An ASSE Virtual Symposium

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 12 million people are employed in the manufacturing sector.  And with a resurgence in manufacturing, that number is growing.

With that resurgence comes an increased need for safety professionals to ramp up their skills around the unique safety issues that can be found in a manufacturing setting. These may run the gamut from grinding machine injuries or injuries related to other types of production tools, all the way to less obvious injury types like lifting hazards or slips, trips and falls.

As a safety professional tasked with managing safety in any type of manufacturing environment, ASSE’s latest Virtual Symposium is for you.  With expert speakers from the manufacturing sector, this virtual event takes place online March 25th - 27th. No need to travel away from home to take part in an enriching learning experience. Best yet, all of the live sessions are also recorded. So if you can’t make all the sessions live, you’ll still have the chance to watch the recordings whenever it’s convenient to you.


  • Complete the entire 3-day Virtual Symposium by attending the live webcasts or view the recordings of the sessions ANYTIME/ANYWHERE for up to 90 days after the symposium ends.
  • Earn 1.0 CEUs.

Learning Objectives

After completing this symposium, attendees will be able to:

  • Recall and take action on potential machine guarding and material handling issues found in the manufacturing workplace.
  • Identify and help remedy IH-related issues in a manufacturing setting.
  • Develop an industrial hygiene plan/sampling strategy and assess the results.
  • Describe the best practices and lessons learned from a major international corporation on how it dealt with ergonomics issues within its manufacturing operations.
  • Recall common Lockout/Tagout audit findings and steps to ensure compliance.