OUR VISION AND VALUES
Arizona Chapter National Safety Council
The Arizona Chapter National Safety Council (ACNSC) was founded in 1949. It is a locally controlled Arizona not-for-profit 501(c)3 Corporation.
Mission & Vision
Our purpose is to educate and motivate people to live safer and healthier lives whether at home, work, school, play or on the highway.
Rick MurrayPresident and CEO
Debbie GradoChief Operations Officer
Jennifer TittleDirector of Accounting
Carly BaezDirector of Business Development and Member Services
Davida TaubeProgram Services Manager
Ed TaubeAccount Services/Trainer
Alicia TittleAssistant Marketing Manager
Harrison SeayIT Personnel
Maria AlmeidaCustomer Service Supervisor
Kelly McNettCustomer Service
Cinthia AndradeCustomer Service
Jessica Duarte-GonzalezCustomers Service
Arizona Chapter National Safety Council takes great pride in the enormous talent and professionalism of each of the instructors that facilitate all of the programs ACNSC offers. All of our instructors are credentialed and adhere to high level standards. From classroom training to onsite inspections, our instructors are versatile to accommodate all our members’ safety and compliance needs.
The Howard Pyle Award
In recognition of Former Arizona Governor Pyle and his commitment to safety, Arizona Chapter National Safety Council created the Annual Governor Howard Pyle Safety Award in 1980. This award is given each year to the most deserving agency, company, program or individual making an impact upon the safety in Arizona.
Recognize and honor your key safety person, company, or project by nominating them for the annual Howard Pyle Award. For more information, please visit our website at https://www.southwestsafetycongress.org/howard-pyle-award.php.
Traffic Survival School (TSS) Administration
Arizona Chapter National Safety Council is contracted to administer the ADOT/MVD Traffic Survival School Program.
Each time an individual is convicted or forfeits bail for a moving traffic violation, points are assessed against your permanent driving record. If an individual accumulates 8 or more points in any 12-month period, they may be required to attend Traffic Survival School (TSS), or their driving privilege may be suspended up to 12 months.
All convictions for red-light/stop-sign running, aggressive driving, moving violations resulting in death or serious injury, and the first moving violation for drivers under 18 years of age require successful completion of Traffic Survival School following assignment. Failure to successfully complete Traffic Survival School when ordered will result in the suspension of the person’s driving privilege.
ACNSC Board Members
Michael M. Hosking