Live From Day Two: NSC Safety Congress & Expo 2022

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Day two at the National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress & Expo 2022 in San Diego is done! The expo floor was busy as visitors looking to learn more stopped at the hundreds of booths lining the hall.

At the show, the OH&S team attended a few sessions, including the OSHA Top Ten session, and spoke with the sponsors of our Live From program: Columbia Southern University (CSU), Industrial Scientific, MAPA Professional and Wrangler.

Interested in learning about starting or continuing your education? Visit CSU booth #3532 at the expo to hear from about all their programs. Today, CSU Corporate Outreach Representative Paul Radke talked about the university’s occupational safety and health programs. View the video for details!

Industrial Scientific can answer your questions about gas monitors. They even have a rental program. Stop by their booth #4135 to hear more about their products. Hear from Armando Holder, a district sales manager at Industrial Scientific, on this video.

Looking for the right glove for the job? Visit MAPA Professional at booth #2921 for your hand protection needs. They’re releasing a new hi-vis orange chemical PVC glove soon! Check it out on the expo hall floor. To learn more about MAPA Professional, check out this video.

If you’re looking for protective clothing, look no further than Wrangler. At booth #3531, Wrangler has a variety of shirts and pants to look through and the company can answer your questions. Listen to Johnathon Buss talk about a new product coming soon in this video.

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