Registration Opens for ASSP’s Safety 2022

The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) has opened registration for its signature safety event. The Safety 2022 Professional Development Conference and Exposition will be held in person June 27-29 in Chicago. The event will also feature an online program to give occupational safety and health professionals around the globe convenient access to continuing education.

Safety 2022 will highlight best practices, industry trends and the latest product innovations. Concurrent sessions by industry trendsetters provide practical information that can be used today and in the future to protect workers and enhance business operations. The expo will feature hundreds of companies showcasing innovative safety solutions that can help organizations reduce injuries, illnesses and fatalities.

ASSP will enhance the in-person event at McCormick Place with an engaging virtual program with mobile compatibility for broad access to additional concurrent education sessions. The conference’s popular general and plenary sessions that aim to inspire, entertain and inform will be livestreamed so that in-person and online attendees experience them together in real time.

The safety and health of everyone at the convention center remains a priority. Under ASSP’s on-site safety plan, attendees must provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of badge pick-up. Masks are not required at this time. ASSP continues to track public health guidance and may revise its protocols as the event draws closer.

Safety professionals attending in person can earn 1.4 continuing education units (CEUs) for career advancement. All registrations include 60-day on-demand access to sessions recorded for the online event that provide an additional 6 CEUs, enabling attendees to earn up to 7.4 total. Online-only registrants can earn up to 6.4 CEUs.

Register online to get the discounted early rate through April 21.

For more information, visit https://safety.assp.org.

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