Looking for a FREE Way to Learn More About Workplace Safety?


Join health and safety professionals from companies of all sizes, industries and locations across the United States and Canada at Protecting Workers on the Job Means Sending Them Home Safe. Co-hosted by the American Red Cross, the Canadian Red Cross and StayWell, this exciting LIVE event offers vital workplace emergency preparedness and safety information, and serves as a keynote of North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week.

Learn from industry experts without leaving your deskand live Q&A sessions, chats and messaging make the event truly interactive. Visit virtual booths to find services, information and content. Plus, it’s a great networking opportunity for health and safety professionals.

Learn from Industry Experts at FREE Webcasts

Timely, topical workplace safety and emergency preparedness information from industry experts, including OSHA, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), the American Red Cross and the Canadian Red Cross, will be presented during 5 free Webcasts scheduled throughout the day. Webcast topics range from injury prevention in the workplace to maintaining a safety culture in a recession. Attend them alland be sure to browse the Exhibit Hall to network with colleagues and learn about services and products that can keep your workplace safe and productive.

Continuing Education Units Available

Professionals with license and/or certification requirements can attend the event and receive continuing education units (CEUs), made possible by the Authorized Provider designation recently awarded to the American Red Cross by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).

Click here to register for this exciting event!


One response to “Looking for a FREE Way to Learn More About Workplace Safety?

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