“Work safely. Go home safely.” 
The National Framers Council develops and implements
best practices to help ensure framers leave the jobsite
each day in the same health as they arrived.

OSHA's National Safe+Sound Campaign

The NFC supported OSHA’s first Safe+Sound campaign in 2017 in a nationwide effort to raise awareness of the value of workplace safety and health programs as a campaign co-sponsor.

According to OSHA, more than 4 million workers suffer serious-job-related injuries or illnesses each year and companies spend $1 billion per week on worker’s compensation.

OSHA’s Safe+Sound Week: June 12-18, 2017

The NFC, as a  Safe+Sound Week partner, encouraged NFC members to participate in OSHA’s week-long event during which companies show their commitment to safety and participate in OSHA’s Safe+Sound Week on June 12-18, 2017.  

Participation in the Safe+Sound Week was a good way for framers to get started with a new subscription to FrameSAFE or get active subscribers more involved with their existing program. NFC members selected activities that focused on at least one, if not three of the core elements of a safety and health program: management leadership, worker participation and finding and fixing hazards, and received a certificate of recognition for their participation.

Ace Carpentry (Manassas, VA)

Ace Carpentry Safe+Sound event

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NFC Mission

NFC will develop standards for framing field operations and management to be used as industry best practices, nationally.

Become a Member Today!

Learn more about membership or download an application today!

NFC Orientation Checklist

The FrameSAFE Orientation Checklist provides a safety overview for new employees.

Site-Specific Safety Program

The newly expanded version of FrameSAFE is now available! It includes four new modules, along with Toolbox Talks on dozens of topics and a site-specific fall protection plan template!

NFC is a council of the
Structural Building Components Association