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The 2022 NSC Safety Congress & Expo

Sept. 16-22 in San Diego

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NSC Safety Congress & Expo Online

Note: In the August issue of our print magazine, Safety+Health lists every Safety Congress & Expo session, event and exhibitor. For our web readers, we're providing links to online and mobile resources. Use this page:

  • To plan your conference experience.
  • For reference while virtually attending the show.
  • To soak up Congress information and buzz even if you are not attending.

Click on the tabs below to view the online resources. Links will open in a new browser tab or window.

Expo: Oct. 11-13

NSC Safety Technology Pavillion

NSC Safety Technology Pavillion

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Sign up to receive this year's Show Daily, an e-newsletter published each day of the Expo by the staff of Safety+Health magazine. We'll be covering keynote addresses, awards, National Safety Council announcements and more.

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A must-have tool for Congress & Expo attendees

Details about how to get the app for iPhone and Android are coming soon.

Live from Twitter

Attendees, exhibitors and speakers: Use Twitter hashtag #NSCExpo to make your Tweets from Congress appear in the feed.

On the Safe Side podcast: Live from San Diego

Safety+Health Associate Editors Barry Bottino, Kevin Druley and Alan Fergusson do double duty as hosts of On the Safe Side, the magazine's monthly podcast.

They'll be recording a special live episode in the exhibit hall on Sept. 20, interviewing a special guest to be announced soon. Be sure to:

  • Stop by the National Safety Council booth to take in the live taping.
  • Check for links to the recording in the Show Daily email newsletter.
  • Subscribe in your favorite podcast app now so you'll never miss an episode.
Podcast taping 2021

See you in San Diego

Whether you’re new to the occupational safety and health industry or a seasoned safety professional, safety starts with you.

The National Safety Council is ready to partner with you on your safety journey. At the 2022 NSC Safety Congress & Expo – set for Sept. 16-22 in San Diego – you’ll find actionable solutions to help you drive safety through needs assessment, consulting and networking. We can guide you along the spectrum – from basic to advanced level training and through the use of technology to keep your workers safe.

The show kicks off Sept. 19 with former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino, who’ll deliver a message about being adaptable in today’s ever-changing landscape. Later, during the Campbell Institute Forum, CEOs from Campbell Institute organizations will share their insights on how to influence the future of safety at your own organization. Then, on Sept. 20, OSHA administrator Doug Parker will give the Occupational Keynote address, filling attendees in on everything the agency has in the works. And don’t forget: NSC Safety Congress & Expo attendees are the first to hear the annual list of OSHA’s Top 10 most cited stand-ards! Be in Ballroom 20 at 11:45 a.m. Pacific as OSHA’s Patrick Kapust unveils the list.

What’s the future of safety? Stop into the all-new Innovation and Technology Experience on the Expo Floor. You’ll able to engage directly with the newest and most promising solutions for problems ranging from ergonomics and musculoskeletal disorders to serious injury and fatality prevention.

New this year: The NSC Safety Congress & Expo will have a Closing Keynote on Sept. 21, featuring a surprise guest. At press time, the speaker hadn’t yet been revealed, but you can stay up to date on the NSC Safety Congress & Expo website, and check back here, to find out more!

No matter where you are on your safety journey, NSC can help you every step of the way.

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