Live From NSC 2019 To Start Next Week

This year’s NSC 2019 Congress & Exposition is less than a week away, and this year, it’s in San Diego! You can follow all the action from the show floor by visiting our Live From NSC 2019 social zone at https://ohsonline.com/live.

Whether you’re able to attend the NSC 2019 Congress & Exposition in person or virtually, our Live From NSC 2019 page offers an exclusive look at the show floor from the perspective of our Occupational Health & Safety editors. Our Live From NSC 2019 page is live now at https://ohsonline.com/live and will feature aggregated social media from personalities and brands at the show as well as multimedia coverage from the expo floor.

Readers can follow the action from the NSC 2019 trade show by visiting OHSonline.com and clicking the “Live From NSC 2019” button at the top of the page. The Live From NSC 2019 social zone will update consistently with coverage from multiple social media feeds, including Twitter and Facebook.

Our exclusive coverage from the Occupational Health & Safety staff will showcase news and new product demonstrations from Avery Products (Booth 5716), Columbia Southern University (Booth 2125), and Tingley (Booth 3427).

For more information, visit https://ohsonline.com/live and follow the #NSC2019 for coverage of this year’s NSC 2019 show.

About the Author

Amanda Smiley is an Associate Content Editor for Occupational Health & Safety Magazine and 1105 Media.

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