OSH professionals who are headed to Atlanta for the ASSE Safety 2016 Professional Development Conference & Exposition June 26-29 should plan ahead if they want to take one or more of the popular tech tours offering during the event:
From Salt Lake City, Utah to Dusseldorf, Germany, safety professionals traveled far and wide to expand their professional knowledge and engage in networking with their colleagues. Here are some highlights from 2015’s occupational safety and health conventions:
World of Concrete (WOC)/World of Masonry hosts exciting masonry competitions that pit masonry craftsmen against each other in tests of speed and skill – all in one day. Masonry Madness takes place on Wednesday, Feb. 3 in the Gold Lot, front of North Hall (WOC is at the Las Vegas Convention Center). The competitions:
From interactive workshops and specialized seminars to hands-on skill-building sessions, World of Concrete’s (WOC) world-class education program equips field personnel, project leaders, supervisors and owners with the latest knowledge in every facet of the professional concrete business.
A mint condition 1951 Ford Ready Mix Truck will be auctioned off as part of the 11th annual Concrete Industry Management (CIM) Auction at World of Concrete (WOC). The truck was acquired and restored by Dean Leaman, founder of Allied Concrete Materials and, with full support from Summit Materials.
World of Concrete (WOC) -- the industry’s only annual international event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries -- will once again feature special product and action areas.
The digital workplace has introduced both exciting new possibilities and an unwelcome new dimension to the problem of work-related stress, according to Andrea Maria Nahles, Germany’s Federal Minister of Labour and Social Affairs. The key to dealing with both, she says, is flexibility.
Exhibitors who came from Australia and Venezuela, from Mexico and Monaco, nine cavernous exhibition halls; live demonstrations of products - including fires that attendees were invited to extinguish; conversations in many different languages; a corporate fashion show that could rival a Broadway production, and almost – but not quite – an indoor windmill. Clearly, occupational safety and health trade shows are done a little differently in Germany.