PARK RIDGE, IL — This fall’s SafetyFOCUS immersive education experience from the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) will help occupational safety and health professionals advance their careers and keep workers safe in all industries. But there’s only one week left to secure a discounted rate because early bird registration ends Thursday, Aug. 25.
The five-day event will take place Oct. 24-28, offering courses in person in Columbia, MD, and online via ASSP’s Live Virtual Classroom.
Participants will learn from 22 industry experts who will present courses in full-day formats on a broad range of workplace safety and health topics. SafetyFOCUS is ASSP’s second-largest annual education event, which has been expanded to twice a year.
Courses will focus on business and leadership skills, certification preparation, risk assessment and management, safety management systems, and comprehensive worker health.
Attendees who register for a full week of courses either in person or online can earn up to 3.5 continuing education units (CEUs) that will help them maintain a range of professional certifications. Participants will also expand their networks and take away relevant information and practical guidance they can immediately implement to help their organizations prevent worker injuries, illnesses and fatalities.
Groups from the same company can save on registration by contacting ASSP’s Nancy O’Toole at 847.768.3466 or firstname.lastname@example.org. ASSP members receive discounts on all of the Society’s education, training and workplace safety standards.
The safety and health of everyone at the training facility in Maryland is a priority. ASSP’s safety and health protocols require in-person attendees to provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of arrival on their first day.
Stay informed of the latest SafetyFOCUS news and safety and health protocols at SafetyFOCUS.assp.org.
About ASSP – Working together for a safer, stronger future
For more than 100 years, the American Society of Safety Professionals has been at the forefront of helping occupational safety and health professionals protect people and property. The nonprofit society is based in the Chicago suburb of Park Ridge. Its global membership of 36,000 professionals covers all industries, developing safety and health management systems that prevent injuries, illnesses and deaths. ASSP advances its members and the safety profession through education, advocacy, standards and a professional community. Its flagship publication, Professional Safety, is a longtime leader in the field. Visit www.assp.org and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
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