2020 OSHA Oil & Gas Issues Call for Abstracts


A call for abstracts has recently been issued by the 2020 OSHA Oil & Gas Safety and Health Conference Advisory Board to industry professionals for presentation proposals for its 2020 Conference.

This year, the 2020 OSHA Oil & Gas Safety and Health Conference will be held Nov. 17-18 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Houston, Texas. The conference is being held in partnership with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration and The University of Texas at Arlington Safety and Health Program.

According to the abstract entry, presentations should relate to at least one of the following Conference Session Tracks:

  • Behavior-Based Safety;
  • Contractor Safety Management & Best Practices;
  • Drilling & Well Control/Well Servicing & Completions;
  • Education & Training/Transportation;
  • Engineering Controls & Process Safety;
  • Events & Mitigation;
  • Management Leadership & HSE Management Systems;
  • OSHA Regulatory/Industrial Hygiene; and
  • Target Topics Including Drug & Alcohol/ Work Readiness.

The conference mission adds that proposals should cover topics, current issues, best practices, theoretical/practical applications in industry, and/or other pertinent and pressing subjects as they relate to one or more of the session tracks.

In order to submit an abstract, speakers must include a session description (50 words or less) and an introductory speaker bio, as well as a color photo for promotional communications. While speakers will be given complimentary entry to the conference, they are responsible for all their travel expenses and hotel accommodations, as they are not reimbursed.

The deadline to submit is May 15. Speakers chosen to present at the event will be notified on Aug. 14.


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