Live From Day One: 2022 NSC Safety Congress and Expo

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The 2022 NSC Safety Congress and Expo is off to a great start! From an informative opening session to an active expo floor, there was so much to see and do on the first day. Here’s a look at what’s been going on at the congress and expo.

MAPA Professional had a lively first day at booth #2921. Stop by the booth in the next two days to enter for a chance to win a pair of Apple AirPods Pro. Here’s a short video from the expo floor.

Industrial Scientific offered in-booth demonstrations in booth #4135, and there’s more in store for the next two days. Learn more about Industrial Scientific and their products on the video here.

Columbia Southern University (CSU) is here to answer all of your education questions. You can register to win a Yeti cooler at CSU’s booth #3523, in row 3300, and alumni can register for another prize. Learn about CSU by watching this video.

Wrangler showcased its protective and flame-resistant apparel in booth #3531, to the right of the NSC New Product Showcase. Learn more about Wrangler here.

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