Upcoming Executive Summit Targets C-level Safety

Occupational Health & Safety magazine will be covering C-level topics in emergency preparedness, business continuity, and employee health and safety on Oct. 6-7 for its Executive Safety Summit, hosted at the Doubletree Hotel in Arlington, Va.

Attendees will learn how to control employees' health care costs, maximize safety and health ROI, effectively plan for and respond to emergencies, and prevent ergonomic injuries.

With breakout sessions taught by top thought leaders, the OH&S Executive Safety Summit is the go-to event for the industry's most experienced health and safety professionals.

The current registration list includes attendees from: All Star Incentive Marketing, American Electric Power, Baxter Healthcare Corp., Columbia Gas Transmission, ComEd/Exelon, Del Monte Foods, FRC SW, Hunter, Microfibres, PowerSystems International, StayWell, Sunoco, Super Steel Schenectady Inc., Truck-Lite Co. Inc., and more.

CIHs/CAIH attendees will receive 1.0 Industrial Hygiene CM Point from the American Board of Industrial Hygiene.

Sessions topics include:

  • How to Promote Health and Wellness Across Your Company
  • Disaster Preparedness / Risk Analysis
  • Lessons Learned - What To Do in an Emergency
  • Executives Who Are Passionate About Safety
  • C-Suite Issues

For more information, visit www.ohsonline.com/mcv/events/summit/.

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