Live From NSC Congress & Expo Day 1

The first day of the National Safety Council Congress & Expo in Houston was a whirlwind! Catch up on all the action by visiting our Live From NSC social zone at OHSonline.com/live!

NSC Congress & Expo is one of the biggest safety shows of the year, and everyone brought their best and brightest products and safety solutions to showcase on the packed show floor! Here are some of the highlights from the first day on the show floor.

Industrial Scientific Corporation is showcasing their Bump-N-Go cylinders at Booth 1725. The gas cylinders are designed to simplify bump testing for mobile workers or workers without access to a docking station, and if you go by their booth on Day 2 or Day 3, you could receive your own Bump-N-Go gas cylinder for free!

Columbia Southern University continues to celebrate their 25th year of online safety education, and now they're able to boast their status as a qualified academic program with the Board of Certified Safety Professionals! CSU is also excited about their new educational training partnership with NSC, and will be commemorating the partnership with a special photo opportunity with the NSC president and the president & CEO of the university tomorrow. Be sure to stop by Booth 3616 at 1 – 1:30 p.m. to help them mark the occasion!

Everyone is buzzing about Little Giant's display about the death of the traditional stepladder, including an "In Memorium" video and flower arrangements at Booth 1635. The company's new King Kombo ladder is so versatile, Little Giant had to lay Tad the Traditional Stepladder to rest! Go by their booth before the show ends to see everything the King Kombo can do, as well as say your last goodbyes to the traditional stepladder—if you share your memories of the ladder on camera, you could win $1,000!

It's hard to miss Tingley's new 360-degree booth experience! The back wall of Booth 2601 includes a graphic showcasing the difference between PPE in 1896—when Tingley was founded—and Tingley's safety footwear and clothing offerings today. Tingley is excited to show off products both new and improved, and you can also preview their updated website at the booth before it launches.

Keep up with the excitement as Day 2 unfolds by visiting the Live From NSC Social Zone at OHSonline.com/live.

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