Safety Council of Greater St. Louis Vision:
Ensure that everyone in our workplaces and throughout our community returns home, every day, safe, healthy and whole.
What’s New at the Safety Council in 2016?
2016 Upcoming Classes (click each class for details)
ABOUT THE SAFETY COUNCIL OF GREATER ST. LOUIS
The Safety Council of Greater St. Louis is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3), Non-Governmental, Public Service Organization, chartered by the U.S. Congress to bring safety education to the nation to reduce preventable injuries and accidental deaths. The Council has been promoting safety to the community since 1916. It has undergone many changes and improvements during the last 97 years. The Safety Council of Greater St. Louis is committed to making Metropolitan St. Louis a safer place in which to live, work, and play. Our goal is accomplished through the active participation of our members and the community in a variety of safety related educational programs and activities. These programs are financed by the program fees, memberships and contributions.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Safety Council for your safety educational needs. The Council looks forward to the opportunity of helping serve the Metropolitan St. Louis community in making it a better, safer place to live, work and play.
SATOP – Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program
SATOP is the State of Missouri, Department of Mental Health program that is required for those individuals who receive DWI/DUI offenses. Missouri law requires all persons arrested for an alcohol or drug related traffic offense to complete and assessment screening at an OMU. The result of this evaluation determines the appropriate level (ADEP; OEP; WIP; CIP; YCIP or Level IV) of placement for each consumer.
REACT – REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND COMMUNITY TREATMENT
REACT is a State of Missouri Department of Corrections certified program designed for persons charged with felony RSMo 195 drug charges and is a condition of probation. The client must be referred to the REACT program through probation and parole. Each client must receive an assessment and complete the REACT identified education or treatment program within six months of the initial assessment.