Registration is now open for “Safety 2009,” the American Society of Safety Engineers’ Professional Development Conference and Exposition, scheduled for June 28–July 1, 2009, in San Antonio, TX.
The conference, at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, will feature more than 225 educational sessions, key speakers, safety issue roundtables, an executive summit and additional learning opportunities.
The sessions will include presentations on organization success and the latest safety methodologies. They will provide business examples and safety strategies that attendees can apply immediately in their workplace.
Topics include construction, international safety and health, environment, fire protection, healthcare, industrial hygiene, safety management, manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, risk management and insurance, transportation, regulatory issues, technical and engineering standards, and a new track focusing on business skills.
Key speakers at Safety 2009 will include Fox News business/financial reporter Stuart Varney and former Yahoo! chief solutions officer Tim Sanders. Varney will address the state of global business and the economy, and Sanders will discuss the increasing concern about corporate social responsibility and green business practices.
The conference will also include a panel discussion featuring occupational safety and health leaders invited from the new administration.
To register, visit www.safety2009.org.