Safety professionals are expected to have expertise in risk management, ergonomics, industrial hygiene, product safety, environmental management, Workers’ Compensation, standards and organizational management, in addition to the more traditional aspects of safety management. Safety 2017 encompasses all this and so much more.
If you want to stay relevant in your profession, you have to know the latest trends and how to implement them in your organization. For three days, engross yourself in almost 20 hours of IACET accredited education formatted as concurrent sessions, flash sessions, roundtables, and panels on the topics relevant to your company’s situation.
Over 4,000 OSH professionals will come together to learn about best practices, case studies, the latest technology and how to advance their safety efforts. The conference has been providing introductory, intermediate and advanced level training for professionals over the past 50 years and is known for providing first-class education and training - it is truly the industry’s “must-attend” event.
The Expo Education Program offers a forum for exhibitors to present technical programs; showcase the positive contributions of SH&E professionals from around the world; or describe their vision for the future of the safety profession. Designed to be educational in nature, direct promotion is not permitted. Exhibitors can, however, discuss their products and services if presented in an educational context.