ASSP Safety 2022: Headed to Chicago!

ASSP Safety 2022: Headed to Chicago!

The OH&S team will be at ASSP’s Safety 2022 Professional Development Conference & Exposition covering the event.

Safety professionals from all industries are excited to be packing their bags and heading to Chicago, Ill. for the American Society of Safety Professional’s Safety 2022 Professional Development Conference and Exposition on June 27 - 29.

Safety 2022 will highlight best practices, industry trends and the latest product innovations. Attendees will have the ability to attend concurrent sessions by industry leaders as well as walk through the aisles of the expo floor that will feature hundreds of companies showcasing their own safety solutions.

“If your job involves the safety and health of your organization, Safety 2022 is the place to gain critical insights and knowledge to advance your work environment,” said Stephanie Gurnari, CSP, chair of ASSP’s Professional Development Conference Planning Committee, in a press release. “It’s a comprehensive experience that provides significant value.”

In the midst of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, ASSP has put together an on-site safety plan that will help to keep attendees safe. Registered attendees must provide proof of full vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test within 48 hours of badge pick-up. At this time, ASSP is not requiring face coverings, but noted that they will continue to monitor public health trends and may revise their guidance as the event draws closer.

For those who are not comfortable traveling yet, ASSP is offering Safety 2022 as a virtual event with livestreamed sessions that allow online attendees to experience the sessions in real-time with those who are at McCormick Place.

In addition, OH&S will be attending Safety 2022 and covering the event from the show. Before, during and after the show you can check back in with www.ohsonline.com to read our coverage of the event each day. If you are attending in person, you can also stop by booth #1212 to grab the most recent copy of the magazine.

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Sydny Shepard is the Editor of Occupational Health & Safety.

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