Media Advisory: Journalists invited to Safety 2024 in Denver

WHAT:  ASSP’s Safety 2024 Professional Development Conference and Exposition, a global workplace safety and health event featuring experts and exhibitors who share strategies and solutions that help protect workers and enhance business operations in every industry. Past conferences have included attendees from 40 countries.

WHERE:  The Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th Street in downtown Denver, one of the most popular locations for ASSP’s annual event. The pedestrian-friendly Mile High City is known for its natural beauty with more than 200 city parks and views of the Rocky Mountains.

WHEN:  Wednesday to Friday, Aug. 7-9.

WHY:  ASSP’s signature event – now in its 63rd year – generates stories and photo/video opportunities for journalists who connect with industry experts and develop year-round sources for their articles and segments on the changing world of work. Safety 2024 is a valuable education and networking experience attended by thousands of occupational safety and health professionals worldwide who find strategies and identify solutions to today’s workplace safety challenges. They learn about best practices and industry trends. The expo will feature more than 500 vendors from the occupational safety and health field that showcase the latest product innovations and services to help organizations eliminate hazards and risks that cause injuries, illnesses and fatalities.

HOW:  Press members receive complimentary registration and full access by using promo code 24PDCMEDIA at safety.assp.org/registration. Questions should be directed to Blaine Krage in ASSP public relations at bkrage@assp.org or 630.842.0870. Blaine manages the Safety 2024 press room and helps journalists connect with ASSP leaders and safety experts.

MORE INFO:  Journalists can get a flavor of Safety 2024 and discover everything the event has to offer at safety.assp.org. Starting in early March, reporters can glance at more than 200 concurrent sessions by day and time to find the workplace safety and health topics of greatest interest to them. Also, for journalists who are not local, ASSP has secured discounted rates at more than 20 Denver hotels.

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