Keynote Speaker Lineup Set for Safety+ 2019

The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants' Association has announced its lineup of speakers headlining its Safety+ national symposium this month.

The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants' Association has announced its lineup of speakers headlining its Safety+ national symposium this month.

Safety+ will take place Aug. 27-30 in New Orleans. The lineup of keynote speakers includes Frank King, speaker, writer and stigma fighter with an impressive lineup of TED Talks, Abby Ferri, Vice President of the National Construction Practice at Hays Companies, Glenn Trout, President and CEO of VelocityEHS, Gary Guller, record-setting mountaineer, as well as Terry D. Gray, a pipefitter for the sole provider or aircraft carriers for the U.S. Navy and largest industrial employer in Virginia, who is the keynote speaker for the Safety+ Closing General Session.

Here are the Opening General Session and Keynote times as well as their locations during the Symposium:

Opening General Session

Tuesday, August 27

1:30 – 2:30 pm

Great Hall A

Keynote with Gary Guller

Wednesday, August 28

8:00 – 9:00 am

Great Hall A

Keynote with Terry D. Gray

Thursday, August 29

8:00 – 9:00 am

Great Hall A

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