Look Out! Safety 2023 is Headed to San Antonio

Look Out! Safety 2023 is Headed to San Antonio

ASSP announces new location for their Safety 2023 Professional Development Conference & Exposition.

The American Society of Safety Professionals has just wrapped up a successful Safety 2022 Professional Development Conference & Exposition in Chicago and is already announcing plans for their next PDC.

The Society is excited to have safety professionals save the date for their 2023 conference and exposition on June 5 - 7, 2023 in San Antonio, Texas.

At this time, the Society expects to be planning another hybrid event where attendees can choose between attending Safety 2023 in-person or online through their virtual platform.

A call for presenters has already been submitted on the ASSP’s website. If you are interested in speaking at the 2023 event, you can submit your proposal online before September 28, 2022.

You can follow along at safety.assp.org for information about Safety 2023 as it is announced. See you next year in San Antonio!

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