VPPPA Continues Education, Networking Opportunities Through Future Events

Safety+ Symposium is over, but there are VPPPA events and resources to look forward to.

VPPPA’s Safety+ Symposium 2022 has wrapped up. Although the conference held in Washington D.C. this year is over, there are many more future VPPPA events and resources to look forward to.

VPPPA has many great resources on their website and plans to have more in the future. The organization will launch a learning management system later this year, VPPPA Chairman of the Board Terry Schulte said. In the beginning of next year, VPPPA will host a virtual summit, Annual Self-Evaluation Day.

If you're looking for in-person resources and ways to connect, reach out to your local VPPPA region. Each region in the country hosts its own local safety conference every year. Next year, the conferences will take place between March and June. These conferences have included vendors, events, presentations and more in the past. To learn more about the conference in your area, visit VPPPA.org.

Next year’s Safety+ Symposium will be held in Orlando, Florida. To learn more about the event, visit ohsonline.com.

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