Live From Safety 2019 Day 1

The first day of the Safety 2019 show in New Orleans went by in a flash! Catch up on all the action by visiting our Live From Safety 2019 social zone at!

The expo floor at the Safety 2019 Professional Development Conference & Exposition is packed! Day 1 may have been a shorter day than usual, but you wouldn't be able to tell from the activity and energy levels.

There was a ton of activity at Avery Products, Booth 329. Stop by and ask for a demo of their Avery safety facility sign templates online—it's simple to punch in the number of the template you're using and customize it for your own safety needs.

Columbia Southern University at Booth 1310 had plenty of students, alumni, and interested safety professionals come by to say hello. They're celebrating the New Orleans venue in style with free hot sauce—stop by for a bottle and be sure to ask about their options for continuing your safety education!

Little Giant was climbing on at Booth 1349 with a variety of their ladders and stepladders in tow. Visit their booth before the show ends to get a demo of their HyperLite Ladder, which weighs up to 40 percent less than the leading competitor's standard fiberglass ladder while still offering safety and stability.

At Booth 1449, MCR Safety is hosting D30 demos with the new ANSI/ISEA 138 standard, as well as showing off their cut protection offerings. There will be a D30 impact protection demo at the top of every hour when the expo floor is open, so make sure to catch one before the show ends!

Tingley's got new t-shirts and plenty of overshoes to show off at Booth 236. Stop by to see their Sportsman shirt, which is highly breathable for hot environments and also high-visibility compliant.

Keep an eye on the excitement as Day 2 gets going by visiting the Live From Safety 2019 social zone at!

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