ASSP SafetyFOCUS Sessions to be Held February 2023

The sessions will take place in person and online from February 13 to 17 and online only from February 20 to 24.

The next session of the American Society of Safety Professionals’ (ASSP) SafetyFOCUS will be held in February 2023.

Hear from 40 experts during half and full-day sessions at the event, according to a press releaseSafetyFOCUS will take place February 13 to 17, 2023 both in-person in Orlando and virtually via Zoom. An online-only session via Zoom will take place from February 20 to 24, 2023.

Topics will include “business and leadership skills, certification preparation, risk assessment and management, safety management systems, fall protection and comprehensive worker health,” according to the press release. Attendees can earn up to seven continuing education credits if they register for the two weeks (whether attending in-person or online).

Registration is open now.

In-person attendees are not required to show proof of vaccination, but “ASSP strongly recommends that attendees stay up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters,” the press release said.

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