Don't miss the chance to register for the Safer Safety Leadership Conference at the special early-bird rate. After Friday, October 16, the rate will go up. The SLC will be held virtually November 10-12, and will feature sessions, workshops, and keynote presentations from some of the leading experts in workplace safety and EHS best practices. You'll also hear from the winners of this year's America's Safest Companies competition.
With five tracks and more than 30expert speakers, you will walk away inspired and with proven best practices for how to improve and integrate safety into your organization’s culture. You can also network with speakers and more than 400 like-minded safety professionals through an AI-powered virtual networking platform — safely and socially distanced in the comfort of your own office or home.
The session tracks include Risk Management, Safety Technology, Compliance, Construction, and new for this year, Fleet Safety. Safety leaders from such firms as Alberici Constructors, Amazon, Ecolab, Fisher Phillips, Mark Young Construction, Mohawk Industries, National Safety Council, Royal Cup, and Sysco, among others, will share their experiences and time-proven solutions in a unique, interactive setting.
Keynote sessions will include Jay Harf, vice president of EHSS with L'Oréal; journalist and author Brian Kuebler and highway safety advocate Ed Slattery; and Antoinette Tuff, workplace violence expert on how to create a psychologically safe workplace.
“Safety Leadership Conference has always been focused on helping companies achieve and sustain a safety culture, and this year it’s more important than ever that EHS professionals have a forum to interact with each other—even if it’s virtually,” said Dave Blanchard, content director of SLC 2020 and editor-in-chief of EHS Today.
Registration includes access to all conference content, including keynotes, track sessions, networking and exhibitor pages during the live event and for three months after.
Register now for the 2020 Safety Leadership Conference before the early bird rate of $99 ends Friday, October 16.