ASSE to Host Safety & Health 'SeminarFest' in Vegas, Jan. 20-26

The American Society of Safety Engineers will host SeminarFest, an intensive weeklong event of more than 50 seminars ranging from one to three days in length offering essential technical, management, and skill development topics for occupational safety, health, and environmental professionals. The event will take place at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel Jan. 20-26.

Throughout the week, a veritable festival of seminars will be conducted, including skill-building sessions on such topics as safety management, safety training, achieving safety excellence, leadership, and coaching. Business acumen development seminars in ROI, cost-benefit analysis, Six Sigma, statistical analysis, project management, balanced scorecard, performance management, strategic planning, and criminal and liability law are also slated. Technical and topical seminars will cover emergency management, pandemic management, technology solutions, risk management, nanotechnology, hazard analysis, ergonomics, incident investigation, crisis management, environmental management, electrical safety, industrial hygiene, lockout/tagout, confined space rescue, construction issues, fall protection, and more.

SeminarFest will also feature certificate in safety management seminars and certification preparation workshops including a math review and exam preparation workshops for the Associate Safety Professional (ASP), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Construction Health and Safety Technologist (CHST), and the Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST) exams. ASSE has been reviewed and approved as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training. Registrants can earn up to 5.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or 7.0 Certification Maintenance (CM) points at the event. For more information on SeminarFest or to register, visit www.asse.org or call 847-699-2929.

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