Airgas to Exhibit at 2022 ASSP Safety Show

Airgas, an Air Liquide company, will present its safety offerings at the 2022 American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) show at McCormick Place in Chicago from June 27-29, 2022. Airgas is a leading national safety supplier backed by the expertise of 60+ QSSP- and OSHA 30-certified safety specialists. Airgas safety specialists will be on hand at Exhibit #601 to provide solutions that help ensure worker safety from head-to-toe and mitigate risks in plants and workplaces.

Along with an Airgas exhibit focused on “Safety for the Worker and the Plant”, Airgas will also unveil its newest digital safety catalog and hold educational Safety Talks with leading safety manufacturers, right in the exhibit. Other key exhibit highlights will include:

  • Compressed gas safety, including a new 3-part eBook series, as well as SMARTOP™ and EXELTOP™ gas cylinder valve technology
  • Utilizing Airgas’ iMSafe™ safety assessment tool
  • Supply chain solutions including EZ-VEND® Vendor-managed Inventory (VMI) including a vending dashboard and lockers

An ASSP educational flash session “Safety When Working with Compressed Gases” will feature Heath Fleshner,  Airgas Vice President of Safety Sales, discussing safe handling, usage and storage of gas cylinders, including appropriate PPE and safety equipment. This flash session will be held on June 28 from 9:15-9:30 am CST at Booth #355.

Diane Butchart, Director, Business Development – Safety, commented: “Airgas remains committed to helping our customers improve safety in their workplace. We’re excited to return to the Safety show this year and to provide informative Safety Talks about industry challenges, and present leading safety products and PPE from our valued suppliers— all designed to encourage best practices and help mitigate risks.”

 

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