The National Safety Council’s annual Texas Safety Conference & Expo has the theme for 2013 of “Leading the pursuit.” It takes place at the Galveston Island Convention Center in Galveston, Texas.

The National Safety Council Texas Safety Conference & Expo is for safety professionals from the Gulf Coast and beyond looking to improve safety in their organization. The conference allows attendees of all experience levels to learn best practices and trends, network in a variety of settings and discover safety solutions from more than 170 exhibitors. 2012 saw attendance grow by more than five percent.

Keynote speakers

“Getting Back to Basics is Vital to Superior Performance: It is the Little Things that Matter”

Jeff Espenship

Founder/Speaker

Target Leadership 

“The Power of a Positive Attitude” Making a Difference

Hector Escarcega, CSP, ARM, MIH

President

Bilingual Solutions International

Speakers / topics (not the full schedule)

“How to prevent the human error incident” – Dan McCune

“Developing a safety excellence strategy” – Shawn Galloway

“Reduce the cost of job-related injury” – Pat Crawford

“It’s not just about me (safety 24/7)” – Tony Crow

“5 keys to building successful teams” – Mark Hernandez

“Lead from the heart” – Scott Whitelaw

“Flash fire hazard: Assessing FRC compliance” – Guy Brandon, Ken Meschwitz

“Humans: The strongest link in the safety chain” – Corrie Pitzer

“Surviving and thriving with attitude” – Kina Repp

“Preparing for zero incidents” – Ron Walton

“Is your incentive program really driving your safety and health success?” – William Klingbeil

“Develop a culture of reliability” - Craig Hathaway

“Business skills for the safety professional: 18 lessons” – Isabel Perry

SHOW AT A GLANCE

WHAT: Texas Safety Conference & Expo 2013

WHERE: Galveston, Texas

WHEN: April 7-9, (Expo 7-8)

HOW TO REGISTER:

Registration FAQs available at http://tsce.nsc.org/tsce2013/Public/e_FAQManagement.aspx?CatId=9