See You Next Year: ASSP to Host Safety 2022 in Chicago

See You Next Year: ASSP to Host Safety 2022 in Chicago

Safety 2022 will be in Chicago, Illinois next year from June 27 - 29, 2022.

The American Society of Safety Professionals may have just finished pulling off a very successful hybrid Safety 2021 Professional Development Conference and Exposition last week in Austin, Texas, but there is no time to take a break. The Society is already planning their conference and exposition for next year in Chicago, Illinois.

Safety 2022 is currently planned to be another hybrid event, with attendees choosing to interact with the conference either through the online portal or in person at the Chicago location on June 27 - 29.

A call for presenters has already gone out on the ASSP website. For those interested in applying to speak at next year’s conference, you can visit to find the program objectives, presentation guidelines and application. The deadline to submit is September 28, 2021.

Follow ASSP at for more information about the 2022 show as it is announced. See you next year in Chicago!

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