NSC Highlights Networking Opportunities at Safety Congress & Expo 2022

NSC Highlights Networking Opportunities at Safety Congress & Expo 2022

Networking with other professionals in your field is a great way to learn, teach and grow.

Networking at conference can be extremely valuable to attendees. Not only can you listen and learn it from other professionals in your field of work but you can also problem-solving and offer solutions to others. The National Safety Council understands this is one of the main reasons people go to safety conferences and works to highlight many opportunities for networking at their annual event. 

In San Diego on September 16 – 22, the NSC will be featuring a few opportunities to network with others. These include: 

NSC Division/Section Meetings 

NSC Divisions offer NSC member company employees the opportunity to learn about emerging issues in their industry, connect with other safety professionals, and add their experience and expertise to the Council. Individuals not employed by an NSC Member company may register for meetings for an additional fee. 

National Awards Celebration 

Monday, September 19 | Marriott Marquis - Mariana Ballroom 

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.  

Come celebrate the accomplishments of NSC members and safety leaders. Enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres before the awards ceremony with NSC member companies, friends, families and colleagues as safety leaders are recognized for their outstanding safety achievements. Separate fee and pre-registration required. $75 per person. 

Green Cross Celebration 

Tuesday, September 20 | USS Midway 

6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. 

Join the National Safety Council in celebrating the best and brightest in safety excellence, innovation and advocacy, while raising funds for the NSC mission to save lives and prevent injuries from the workplace to anyplace. Join us for dinner, entertainment, and awards on the USS Midway Museum - the longest serving aircraft carrier in the 20th century. Separate fee of $300 per person. Pre-register today at nsc.org/greencross 

Will you be attending any of these events? 

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