Key to Level Descriptions

Our conference brings wide variety of perspectives to our attendees through specialized sessions. Session will be identified by experience levels to help you better navigate the conference. Levels are:

(B) Two to five years of experience is identified as Basic.

(I) Six to ten years of experience is identified as Intermediate.

(A) 10 years plus experience is identified as advanced.

(E) In addition, we have identified Executive Level sessions.



Concurrent Sessions by Track


More than 200 sessions offer variety and depth addressing the key issues and challenges facing the SH&E profession and the skills and knowledge to deal with those challenges. Session Topic Tracks including:

  • Safety Management
  • Technical/ Engineering Standards
  • Regulatory Issues/ Government Public Sector
  • Career/ Personal Development
  • International Safety and Health
  • Human Behavior
  • Ergonomics
  • Risk Management/ Insurance
  • Construction/ Mining
  • Environment/ Hazardous Material
  • Transportation
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Healthcare
  • Training Education
  • Fire Protection
  • Emergency Response
  • Consulting

Key Issues Roundtables

This is your chance to be heard. Join this interactive discussion and share your ideas, challenges and successes in each moderated session. The roundtable sessions will be conducted during the concurrent session periods. These sessions are based on a first-come, first-served seating.

Executive Summit -

Hear a panel of senior leaders from a variety of industries discuss their views on the importance of employee safety and health, business expectations and the function of safety and health. The program will include a moderated panel discussion with the opportunity for you to submit questions for the panel.

Do you have a question for our Executive Summit Panel?

On Thursday morning of the conference we will conduct our fifth annual Executive Summit at which senior executives from a range of organizations and industries will provide their insight on safety and health in their organizations and their perspective on the role of safety and health professionals in their organizations. If you have a question or concern that you would like for the moderator to address to the panel, please respond below by May 2.
please CLICK HERE to tell us your question.