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It’s back: Check out the NSC Job and Career Center

Returning to the National Safety Council 2019 Congress & Expo is the NSC Job and Career Center. Stop by Room 4 on the upper level of the convention center to post open safety-related positions or host private meetings or interviews.
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Safety+Health magazine turns 100

Safety+Health, the National Safety Council’s award-winning publication and official magazine of the NSC Congress & Expo, is celebrating its 100th anniversary! Stop by Booth #4335 to see what you’d look like on the cover.
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Stay up to date on social

Don’t miss any of the news coming out of the National Safety Council 2019 Congress & Expo. Follow along on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
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Stamp your way to prizes

National Safety Council 2019 Congress & Expo attendees, listen up: You have the chance to win two American Airlines tickets and a $1,000 American Express gift card.
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Speaker Spotlight

Speaker Spotlight: The safety observation blueprint

“It is important to clearly define the safety observation process in organizations to achieve maximum benefit from the activity and avoid a ‘checking-the-box’ exercise,” says Cary Usrey, process improvement leader at Predictive Solutions, who adds that observations “should be a two-way conversation aimed at developing an understanding and providing mutual benefit.”
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The National Safety Council 2019 Congress & Expo

Set to take place Sept. 6-12 in San Diego, the NSC 2019 Congress & Expo is the world’s largest annual event for environmental, health and safety professionals. Safety+Health offers an extensive preview, including a look at educational sessions, keynote speakers, networking opportunities, the “Best in Show” New Product Showcase Awards, and more.
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Speaker Spotlight

Speaker Spotlight: Beyond zero injuries

“Until leaders understand that there is a level of safety beyond zero, they will be stuck on the dreaded ‘hockey stick plateau’ in their safety performance,” says speaker Bill Sims Jr., who adds that many “fail to see the underlying ‘management system at risk’ behaviors that kill more people than worker behavior ever will.”
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