Professional development

2023 NSC Spring Safety Conference & Expo

May 17-19 in Indianapolis

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Make plans now to attend the inaugural NSC Spring Safety Conference & Expo, set to take place May 17-19 in Indianapolis. You can connect with other safety professionals, explore new products and services from more than 100 exhibiting companies, and learn from leading industry experts. Choose from more than 20 educational opportunities, including Professional Development Seminars and Technical Sessions.

Note: In the April issue of our print magazine, Safety+Health provides session descriptions. For our web readers, here are links to online resources. Use this page to plan your conference experience or for reference while virtually attending the show.

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

Expo hours

  • May 18: 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • May 19: 9 a.m. – noon
NSC booth

Learning Lab sessions are back!

Shorter than an average Technical Session but still packed full of content, NSC Learning Lab sessions will take place on the Expo Floor throughout the show.

Learning Labs

Indiana Zoo discount

Save more than 40%.

Zoo discount

On the Safe Side podcast: Special show preview episode

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.

Bottino hosts a show preview episode featuring an interview with keynote speaker Brandon Schroeder.

Subscribe in your favorite podcast app so you'll never miss an episode. Or, sign up to receive an email notification when each new episode has been published.

Live podcast taping 2021

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