National Safety Council Congress & Expo – Early Registration Ends June 28
Registration is now open for the NSC Congress & Expo, which will held in Atlanta, GA, September 26 – October 2. The theme is “Building Safer Workplaces.”
As a member of the UWUA, if you are wondering if it would be beneficial to attend the National Safety Council Congress & Expo, please contact UWUA Safety Administrator John Devlin at email@example.com.
The NSC Congress & Expo is the world’s largest annual “must attend” event for safety, health and environmental professionals. For more than 100 years, professionals have turned to this event for industry-leading technology, education, networking opportunities and the tried and true products and services needed to stay at the forefront and remain competitive within the industry. For more information visit: http://congress.nsc.org/nsc2015/public/enter.aspx
The NSC Congress & Expo experience offers:
- Career Advancement
Attendees don’t have to hunt through blogs for perspectives on trends and best practices – they can choose from a host of carefully selected opportunities led by verified safety experts. And because safety challenges come in all shapes and sizes, presenters make time for Q&A at the end.
Hear nationally recognized leaders and motivational s from both the public and private sectors speak about current and future issues affecting the industry.
- Technical Sessions
Participate in more than 130 technical sessions, selected by a team that has hands-on knowledge of the latest industry trends providing the most comprehensive information needed to face today’s challenges.
- Professional Development Seminars
Participate in more than 25 seminars providing in-depth, hands-on opportunities to focus on continued professional growth.
- The Expo Floor
With both employee safety and budget-friendliness in mind, attendees can compare vendors for a particular product in one place over the course of three days. The time and energy put into researching options is minimized – and face-to-face communication ensures questions are answered and needs are met.
- Explore the Expo floor offering 200,000+ net square feet of more than 1,000 companies showcasing the latest innovative products and services. You’ll also find the Email Oasis/Networking Lounge, Mobile Charging Stations, New Product Showcase Locators, OSHA’s Top 10 most cited safety violations and solutions from the International Safety Equipment Association.
- Networking on a global level
Network and unwind with like-minded professionals in the Email Oasis/Networking Lounge, during Dedicated Expo Hours, Technical Tours or at the National Awards Celebration.
The NSC Congress & Expo attracts decision makers, end users and distributors from a wide variety of industries including: manufacturing, construction, petrochemical and utilities. Coming from the United States, Canada and more than 60 other countries, these individuals range in experience from entry level to seasoned safety professionals representing companies such as Boeing, Schneider Electric, BP, Industrial Scientific, Kimberly Clark, URS, RockTenn Norcross, Fruit of the Loom and more.
Hundreds of industry-leading companies from around the world exhibit offering products and services in the following categories: general safety products, personal protective equipment, hazard controls and fall protection. Additionally, vendors specializing in facility maintenance and operation, environmental protection, ergonomics and risk management are in attendance to showcase their latest safety solutions. The show not only features large companies such as Honeywell, 3M and Grainger but hundreds of small to mid-size companies.
For more information visit: http://congress.nsc.org/nsc2015/public/enter.aspx
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