Editor's Note

Editor's Note: See you there

Every year when the National Safety Council’s Safety Congress & Expo rolls around, Safety+Health presents advance coverage of the event, and I write an editor’s note inviting you to stop by the S+H booth and meet the editorial team.

I’m happy to say the invitation remains open for the virtual NSC Safety Congress & Expo, set for March 1-5. It’s just one of the ways the Conventions team here at NSC has made sure that, in this new format, attendees can have a robust and engaging experience.

Well-known names in safety, including NIOSH’s John Howard, occupational keynote speaker Corrie Pitzer, and our good friend and motivator Richard Hawk, all are part of the show. You can stay up to date on the news coming out of the NSC Safety Congress & Expo by signing up for the “Show Daily” newsletter, written and produced by the S+H team. It’s easy: Go to safetyandhealthmagazine.com/signup and click on the box next to “Show Daily.”

In addition to keeping people safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, a virtual show is a great opportunity for those of you who, in past years, have been unable to attend an in-person show because of travel budget constraints. And if you’ve been to the show but time constraints prevented you from signing up for a Professional Development Seminar, now’s your chance to take one of these two-day sessions on some great topics – and earn continuing education units.

S+H will be one of the many exhibitors offering a “virtual booth.” We’ll be available to talk with attendees via chat or Zoom. So if you’d like some quality time with us or simply want to say hello, we’d love to hear from you. See you there!

Melissa J. Ruminski The opinions expressed in “Editor’s Note” do not necessarily reflect those of the National Safety Council or affiliated local Chapters.

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