Live From Safety 2022: Wrap-Up

Live From Safety 2022: Wrap-Up

The ASSP Safety 2022 Professional Development Conference & Exposition is over, and it flew by! We covered sessions and events on the expo floor from Monday, June 27 to Wednesday, June 29. To view everything from the show, visit

To start day three, Assistant Director of Labor for OSHA Doug Parker hosted a special session. Throughout the session, he talked about OSHA and the COVID-19 pandemic, heat stress, workplace violence and DEI.

Although day three was the shortest day, the expo floor was still very busy. Some attendees were able to have their headshots taken at the ASSP booth, and others learned from companies, like Blackline Safety and SGS Forensic Laboratories, at flash sessions.

Next year’s ASSP Safety 23 will be held in San Antonio, Texas, from June 5 to 7. To learn more about the event, read our article.

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