VPPPA Safety+ Eyes Orlando for 2020 Symposium

VPPPA's annual national conference, the Safety+ symposium, will take place in Orlando, Fla. next year.

Coming off a symposium in New Orleans that changed up the way the symposium interacted with attendees, the 2020 event will take place Aug. 25-28, 2020 at the Orlando World Center Marriot. The facility features 300,000 square feet of total event space with 74 meeting rooms.

VPPPA Chairman J.A. Rodriguez, Jr. told OH&S during the 2019 Safety+ that VPPPA only plans to grow the interactive and networking portions of the symposium in future events. The association has already announced plans to hold the 2021 Safety+ Symposium in Nashville, Tenn. at the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center.

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