Columbia Southern Delivers Consistency and Career Help for Live From Safety 2020

Another ASSP Safety show has come and gone, and OH&S has enjoyed participating—even virtually. OH&S Live From sponsor, Columbia Southern University (CSU), delivered an impressive amount of resources, tips and course guides despite the unprecedented circumstances.

Sadly, there was no handshaking, live videos from the expo floor or friendly banter at this year’s ASSP Safety show. Nonetheless, speakers and participants made the best of the new setting with virtual sessions, live chat rooms and more. The OH&S Live From program proved as thorough as ever with our sponsor, Columbia Southern University.

You cannot ensure your own safety or that of others without training and education—and no one understands that better than CSU. A Live From sponsor like CSU is perfect for the OH&S readership and audience, because CSU offers everything from training courses and degree plans, helpful flow charts, career development programs and industry news.

CSU is not new to OH&S’ Live From program. In fact, OH&S has worked many times with the wonderful people at CSU for Live From programs and even on a recent episode for SafetyPod.

If you did not follow along with the Live From program this year, don’t worry. You can check out all of CSU’s Live From content on the OH&S Live From page with relevant social media posts and articles. CSU’s great content, commitment to education and consistency keep viewers interested, invested and committed to their safety careers—and Safety 2020’s Live From program is just a testament to this great university.

Thank you, CSU, for another great Live From program at this year’s ASSP Safety show.

About the Author

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

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