More than 100 companies, representing 2.6 million employees, are addressing musculoskeletal disorders, which are the most common workplace injury.

In an effort to address Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), which are the most common workplace injury,  the world’s top employers are taking action under the leadership of the National Safety Council

The group launched the MSD Pledge three months ago in collaboration with Amazon and now reports that more than 100 leading organizations have made a commitment to create safer outcomes for millions of workers worldwide by reducing MSDs by 25% by 2025.

In total, the more than 100 MSD Pledge members represent upwards of 2.6 million employees across every major global continent. By signing the pledge, these organizations commit to:

  • Analyze the causes of MSD injuries and invest in solutions and practices that reduce risks to workers;
  • Leverage innovations and share learnings that improve safety practices;
  • Build a culture of safety where everyone, at every level, is accountable for the safety and health of workers;
  • Collectively reduce MSD risk and subsequent injuries across the pledge community by 25% by 2025.

“While the business impact of MSDs is undeniable – amounting to billions of dollars every year in lost wages, compensation and productivity costs – the human toll of these injuries is even more significant. We could not be prouder to have so many top organizations step up and join us in this vitally important effort to ensure workers everywhere return home safely every day,” said Lorraine Martin, NSC CEO, in a statement. 

In addition to Amazon; Boeing; Concentra; Cummins; John Deere; Lidl; Shutterfly; Tenneco; and United Airlines, the following workplaces have signed the pledge:

  • 6447 Driving Lesson Training Consultancy Services
  • Adam Ayed Enterprises, LLC
  • Advanced Concrete Cutting & Coring, Inc
  • AIHA
  • Alcon Research, LLC (ADP Operations)
  • ALIGNE Inc.
  • Amazon (WW Consumer)
  • Amentum
  • American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
  • American Excelsior Company Inc (Rice Lake)
  • Amerisure Insurance
  • AMP
  • Ansell (North America)
  • Armstrong Air and Heating Inc.
  • A-Rose Consultants
  • Atlantic Air Company Ltd.
  • Benchmark ESG
  • Big Ass Fans
  • Boone County Fiscal Court (Burlington, Kentucky)
  • Briotix Health
  • Bryson Constructors Inc.
  • Cardinal Health (Ontario Medical Distribution Center)
  • CerebrumEdge
  • Chroma Color Corporation
  • City of Gillette (Wyoming)
  • CM3 Building Solutions
  • Colonial Systems
  • CompScience Insurance
  • Concentra
  • Continental Plastic Corp
  • Copper River Native Corporation (Copper Center Alaska)
  • CSI Calendering, Inc.
  • Cummins
  • Dinosaur National Monument
  • Durable Surfaces
  • ErgoPlus
  • ErgoPrevent
  • Evergy, Inc.
  • Favorite Brands
  • First Transit
  • Fluidmaster
  • Gates Corporation (Versailles)
  • Genentech (Genentech, Hillsboro)
  • Global Animal Products, Inc
  • Global/SFC Valve Inc.
  • Grand River Navigation
  • Helix Electric
  • Hendrickson Transportation
  • HFit Health, LLC
  • Human Balance and Stability Systems, LLC
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
  • IEHS Academy of Central Africa
  • IHN EHS Solutions
  • John Deere
  • KadGlobal Engineering Resources
  • Kerry (Crossville, Tennessee)
  • Kinebot
  • Kinetic
  • Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (QHSSE Department of Oil Sector and Contractors, Subcontractor Companies)
  • L&F Distributors
  • Lanista Consultancy Inc.
  • Levin Furniture, LLC
  • Lidl
  • LifeBooster Inc.
  • MäkuSafe
  • Max Box Supplies LLC
  • MEGA InTech Inc.
  • Meteorite
  • Mobil Dialysis
  • Modjoul
  • Morrison Brothers Company
  • NAPCO Precast Broken Arrow (Oklahoma)
  • National Safety Council
  • Nebraska Chapter, National Safety Council
  • North Marin Water District
  • Pentair (Conroe, Texas)
  • PGMSS (Member Assistance)
  • Port of Portland (Portland, Oregon)
  • PSSI
  • R.I. Resource Recovery Corporation
  • Rapid Response Emergency Services, LLC
  • Redwood Empire Schools Insurance Group
  • Safran Electrical & Power
  • Sandalwood Enterprises LP
  • Schneider Electric (North America)
  • SEAM Group
  • Shutterfly, Inc.
  • SIZEMORE, Inc.
  • Soter Analytics
  • Stanco Metal Products
  • Stony Brook Medicine (Environmental Health & Safety)
  • StrongArm Technologies
  • Suburban Transit Network
  • Summit Fire & Security (Casper, Wyoming)
  • Tata Ficosa Automotive Systems Pvt. Ltd.
  • Tenneco
  • The Boeing Company
  • The Industrial Athlete, Inc
  • Trivent Safety Consulting
  • True Value Company, LLC
  • Turner Construction (Central Region Texas)
  • Unify Health Services, LLC
  • United Airlines
  • Universal Industrial Services Group
  • VelocityEHS
  • Wayfair LLC (Supply Chain)
  • WorkCare
  • YANEZ Consulting
  • YKTA

“Fostering a culture of safety requires a continuous commitment to taking proactive, collaborative action on the industry’s most complex safety challenges, which is precisely what the MSD Pledge represents,” said Carla Davis-Madgett, Boeing’s EHS vice president, in a statement. “At Boeing, nothing is more important than safety – from the products we design and build to the teammates we empower across our entire enterprise. Joining this pledge not only affirms our existing dedication to employee wellbeing but equips us with unparalleled access to a network of forward-thinking leaders, resources and information to enhance our safety innovation leadership.”

The MSD Pledge is one of several initiatives launching this year by the MSD Solutions Lab to prevent workplace MSDs worldwide, including: 

  • Advisory Council: Experts in safety, health, ergonomics and innovation support and inform the program’s work by engaging in, researching, solving, and amplifying MSD prevention efforts. New members will continue to join the advisory council to provide guidance.
  • MSD Research: Comprehensive research efforts to explore current and future MSD prevention-related strategies will be available to all industries to explore and glean insights, with the lab’s first white paper being released shortly.
  • Innovation Challenges: The lab will host its inaugural Safety Innovation Challenge at the 2022 NSC Safety Congress & Expo, where cutting-edge technology solutions focused on risk prevention and elimination of workplace MSDs will be showcased.
  • Small Business and University Grants: Provide grants to small businesses, universities and students to fund research and innovation that help companies of all sizes achieve impact.


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