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On the Safe Side podcast: Three special NSC Safety Congress & Expo mini episodes

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Each month, the Safety+Health editorial team discusses important safety topics, and interviews leading voices in the profession.

Three special mini episodes focus on the NSC Safety Congress & Expo, the nation’s largest occupational safety and health event taking place Oct. 8-14 in Orlando, FL.

NSC Safety Congress & Expo preview

From Keynote sessions to the announcement of OSHA’s Top 10 most cited violations for fiscal year 2021 and a history lesson, the Safety+Health editorial team breaks down what’s ahead at the 2021 National Safety Council Congress & Expo in this special episode of the “On the Safe Side” podcast.

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Monday, Oct. 11

The S+H editorial team recaps a busy Day 1 of the 2021 NSC Safety Congress & Expo and is joined by Safety+Health columnist Richard Hawk during this podcast episode from Orlando, FL.

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Tuesday, Oct. 12

The S+H editorial team discusses Day 2 of the 2021 NSC Safety Congress & Expo and welcomes special guest Tim Page-Bottorff, senior consultant with SafeStart.

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