About Safety 2010

Safety 2010 will be held June 13-16, in Baltimore Maryland.


Thousands of Safety, Health and Environmental professionals will choose SAFETY 2010 as their primary source of professional development this year. Be a part of the excitement. Learn from the successes of other professionals and organizations, take away examples and strategies, network with your peers and earn CEUs.


The American Society of Safety Engineers is pleased to present its 2010 Executive Summit Panel. This year’s Executive Summit Panel will discuss the views of senior management on the importance of employee safety and health and the expectations business and industry leaders have on role of safety and health professionals.  Understanding the perspective of executives at the highest levels of their organizations is a critical element of success for safety and health professionals.  The panel moderated by a practicing safety professional will include questions submitted by attendees


It’s your chance to SPEAK UP! Do you have a lesson learned to share with fellow professionals? Are you looking to meet with others with mutual interests? The Key Issue Roundtables will be hosted by ASSE Practice Specialties’ professionals in areas of their particular expertise. The Roundtables sessions will be conducted during the concurrent session periods. Join the discussion and share your ideas, challenges and successes in each moderated session. The roundtable sessions will be conducted during the concurrent session periods and limited seating is available, first-come, first-serve.


For beginning professionals in the SH&E field or other conference attendees who work with disciplines associated with the safety profession. This program offers an excellent introduction to a broad range of topics and a breadth of insight into the profession.

  • Overview of Regulatory Compliance
  • Hazard Identification and Control
  • Workplace Health
  • Environment
  • Risk Management
  • Fire Protection
  • Basic Safety Management


See the matrix of educational sessions for a broad range of practice areas, industries and interest areas.  New this year is an identified track for Business Skills.  Tracks include:

  • Safety Management
  • Technical/Engineering/Standards
  • Regulatory Issues/Government
  • Career/Personal Development
  • International Issues
  • Ergonomics
  • Risk Management/ Insurance
  • Construction
  • Environment/ Hazardous Material
  • Transportation
  • Business Skills
  • Fire Protection
  • Consulting
  • Health/ Industrial Hygiene
  • Healthcare
  • Training/ Education
  • Emergency Management/ Security
  • Spanish Language Sessions


An Academic Forum will be held Tuesday, June 15 starting at 12:00pm to 5:00pm. The program will focus on issues of importance to SH&E professionals who are involved in teaching and counseling students at the college level, as well as research in safety and health.  Eligible attendees include full time academicians and members of the Academics Practice Specialty. 


Continuing Education Credit

Attendees earn 1.8 CEUs for the conference, which includes the Wednesday lunch (1.7 without lunch). CIH CM points have been applied for. CHMMs earn 1.0 CMPs. Up to 3.5 CEUs, as well as additional CM points and CMPs may be earned for the pre and post-conference seminars.