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National Safety Council 2010 Congress & Expo

September 1, 2010


More than 12,000 attendees and exhibitors will come to San Diego for the largest annual gathering in the world of safety, health and environmental professionals. Participants benefit from well-known keynote speakers, increased advance level technical sessions, workshops, panel discussions, and technical tours. The NSC 2010 Congress & Expo Technical Sessions and Professional Development Seminars are selected based on the highest quality standards. A diverse team of qualified experts review course content to ensure its accuracy and real-life application.

The NSC’s dedication to excellence will provide you with timely information and solutions for the safety, health and environmental challenges you face.

The NSC 2010 Congress & Expo features Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Technical Sessions and Professional Development Seminars to educate everyone from the “newcomers” to the profession to the “veteran” professionals alike. Plus, attendees will benefit from the Executive Edge Track, consisting of a series of sessions and workshops for successfully integrating EHS into business operations.

The expo marketplace

The NSC Congress & Expo has been depended upon by countless generations to deliver access to the products, trends, experts, education, and networking opportunities needed to drive your business forward during the prosperous and challenging years alike.

The Expo Floor features more than 800 exhibiting companies offering the latest products and services that provide solutions to your safety needs. Plus, attendees can listen to exhibitors discuss their product and/or service during 30-minute Live Exhibitor Presentations.

As an extension of the Expo Floor, the New Product Showcase in the Registration Area offers attendees a first glance at the newest products and services to hit the marketplace and provides direction as to where you can find them on the Expo Floor.

Meet the sponsor

The National Safety Council saves lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the roads, through leadership, research, education and advocacy.

By 2014, the council will save an additional 10,000 lives and prevent one million injuries. To achieve this goal, NSC will continue to partner with businesses, elected officials and the public to make an impact in areas such as distracted driving, teen driving, workplace safety, and safety in the home and community.

Workplace safety and transportation have been critical areas of focus to the council since its inception in 1913. During the ensuing decades, increases in unintentional injury and death rates in homes and communities have resulted in the council expanding its focus to include safety in homes and communities.

The NSC encourages businesses and individuals to get involved, and provides a variety of ways to do so. Check out the Get Involved section of the website (http://www.nsc.org/get_involved/Pages/ Home.aspx).

Outside the conference

With its great weather, miles of sandy beaches, and major attractions, San Diego is known worldwide as one of the most comfortable tourist destinations.

The Gaslamp Quarter is a well-known dining, shopping and entertainment district, where you’ll find a truly eclectic blend of food, fun and culture all within one of San Diego’s most historic areas.

World-renowned Balboa Park is home to 15 museums, various arts and international culture associations as well as the San Diego Zoo, making it one of the nation’s largest cultural and entertainment complexes.

Keynote Speakers

Journey to Safety Excellence
Joseph J. Ucciferro PhD, Chairman, Board of Directors, National Safety Council
Janet Froetscher, President & CEO, National Safety Council
Michael Abrashoff, Former Navy Commander and Author

Building and Sustaining a Strong Culture

The 2010 Executive Forum features a panel of leading business executives discussing the importance of building and sustaining a strong safety culture and the actions that drive change.

Courtney Billington. Vice President of Manufacturing & Technical Operations, Johnson & Johnson

Ted Klee, Senior Vice President Operations, Schneider Electric North America Bob McGough, President, DynMcDermott Invited: The Honorable Hilda Solis, MPA, Secretary of Labor, U.S. Department of Labor

OSH Vision and Change under the Obama Administration

During this keynote, Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Dr. David Michaels, the Assistant Secretary of Labor for MSHA Joseph Main, and the Director of NIOSH Dr. John Howard will discuss the Obama Adminstration’s vision for occupational safety and health and the actions that their respective agencies are taking to implement the President’s vision. The keynote will conclude with questions for the panelists from the audience.

The Future of Safety: A Hawk-Eye View of What’s on the Safety Horizon

During this cutting-edge talk Richard Hawk will share what’s on the horizon for the safety & health field and how you can benefit from this insight. You’ll learn why and how cutting-edge companies are getting past the “incident rate” syndrome and what it takes to get more “bang for your safety budget bucks by spending them on things that make a bigger difference in performance.

The Human Side of Injury Prevention

Two powerful and dynamic speakers team up to teach the interpersonal dimension of occupational safety: Scott Geller, PhD, Senior Partner, Safety Performance Solutions; and Charlie Morecraft, CEO/ COO/President/Owner, Phoenix Safety Management

Future Dates

2011 Congress & Expo
Congress: October 30 - November 4, 2011
Expo: October 31 - November 2, 2011
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2012 Congress & Expo
Congress: October 21 - October 26, 2012
Expo: October 22 - October 24, 2012
Orlando, Florida