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SeminarFest 2015 Registration Now Open

ASSE's SeminarFest 2015 will take place Feb. 6-12 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The event features 82 workshops and seminars on a wide variety of topics.

Safety and health professionals can register now for the American Society of Safety Engineers' SeminarFest 2015, which will take place Feb. 6-12 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The event features 82 workshops and seminars, some lasting up to three days, on topics that include certification exam preparation, slip and fall, process safety management, training, electrical safety/arc flash, industrial hygiene, CPR/AED/first aid training, respiratory protection, lockout/tagout, and indoor air quality.

By taking the preparation workshops, participants can earn up to 5.1 CEU/Recertification Points. "SeminarFest is a unique opportunity to become engaged in an educational event that carries with it a wide variety of training topics participants cannot experience anywhere else," said Trudy Goldman, ASSE's manager of Education and Program Development. "The instructors are high-caliber safety professionals, all of whom are considered content and thought leaders in their field. SeminarFest is an ideal way for participants to propel their occupational health and safety careers by improving their skills, earning recertification points, and networking with industry thought leaders," she added.

To register, visit http://www.asse.org/seminar-fest-2015/.

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