In addition to providing opportunities to network with EHS colleagues, the midday meals at Safety 2015 in Dallas June 7-10 will offer some additional benefits. Additional fee and/or pre-registration is required for some sessions.
Safety professionals who are heading to Texas June 7-9 for the American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Safety 2015 convention will do some networking over Texas-sized BBQ of brisket, ribs and chicken (with all the fixin’s) at Eddie Deen’s Ranch, a downtown Dallas fixture.
March 15-17, Contemporary Resort, Disney World, FL
February 3, 2015
Focused on the multiple needs of this section of the safety industry, enhancement of the glove market and other key issues, IGA combines years of experience with top-quality programs and resources to help its members achieve success in the marketplace while maintaining financially sound organizations.
The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) is currently accepting submissions for workshop proposals for its Fall Conference 2015. The AIHA says the conference is “the best opportunity of the year for IH and OEHS professionals of all levels to learn and network in a collaborative, intimate, and engaging environment.”
The American Society of Safety Engineers, the world’s oldest professional safety society, encourages occupational health and safety professionals to hone their knowledge and skills, including the potential of earning recertification points, by registering now for SeminarFest 2015, Feb. 6-12, 2015 in Las Vegas.
Nine months before the start of A+A 2015, International Trade Fair with Congress for Safety, Security and Health at Work, the show is experiencing strong exhibit space demand, recording further growth and adding a hall. With about 699,650 square feet of booked space, this leading event for the industry will again exceed the record figures of the show’s last staging in 2013 (approximately 653,300 sq. ft.).
Top executives from the energy, construction and entertainment sectors will be among the participants at this year’s Safety 2015 Executive Summit Panel, which lets convention attendees hear how corporate leaders feel about important safety issues.