A Busy Day at NSC 2019

The San Diego Convention Center opened its doors to thousands of safety professionals for the National Safety Council's Congress & Expo on Sept 9. The show floor was buzzing as attendees spoke with vendors about new products, technology and solutions.

The Occupational Health & Safety team was busy even before the expo hall opened up, presenting trophies to the winners of the OH&S New Product of the Year contest. To see the full list of winners, visit ohsonline.com/npoy.

The rest of the day was spent hopping from booth to booth, taking in the views of the NSC Congress & Expo. I stopped by the booths of our Live From NSC sponsors: Avery, Tingley and Columbia Southern. Here's a little sneak peek at what was happening on the show floor:

OH&S is dedicated to being your source of education and information in the safety industry, especially when it comes to bringing you news from the show. To stay up-to-date on the live views from the expo floor, visit ohsonline.com/live.

Day one was exhausting, but so incredibly productive. I can't wait to see what the final two days of NSC 2019 have in store.

About the Author

Sydny Shepard is the Editor of Occupational Health & Safety.

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