Registration Fees

Early
(Postmarked by Dec. 31, 2011)
Member AIHA/AHMP Member Non-Member
Math Review (#1) $215 $240 $265
All Other One-Day Seminars $295 $320 $345

Executive Program 2-day Seminars (#11 or #12)

$615 $640 $665
All Other Two-Day Seminars $545 $570 $595
Executive Program 3-day (#13) $715 $740 $765
All Three-Day Seminars $625 $650 $675
Regular Registration Fees
(Postmarked after Jan. 1-15, 2012)
Member AIHA/AHMP Member Non-Member
Math Review (#1) $265 $290 $315
All Other One-Day Seminars $345 $370 $395

Executive Program 2-day Seminars (#11 or #12)

$665 $690 $715
All Other Two-Day Seminars $595 $620 $645
Executive Program 3-day (#13) $765 $790 $815
All Three-Day Seminars $675 $700 $725
Late Registration Fees
(Postmarked Jan. 16, 2012 - Onsite)
Member AIHA/AHMP Member Non-Member
Math Review (#1) $285 $310 $335
All Other One-Day Seminars $365 $390 $410

Executive Program 2-day Seminars (#11 or #12)

$690 $715 $740
All Other Two-Day Seminars $620 $645 $670
Executive Program 3-day (#13) $795 $820 $845
All Three-Day Seminars $700 $725 $750

Registration Fee Discount

If you register for three-days of education in any combination of one- or two-day seminars or a three-day seminar, you will receive a discount of $25 off of all other seminars.

Registration Includes:

  • A workbook for each seminar
  • CEU awards:
    • One-day seminars = .7 CEU
    • Two-day seminars = 1.4 CEUs
    • Three-day seminars = 2.1 CEUs
  • Three lunches: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
  • Luncheon speaker on Monday
  • Welcoming reception on Sunday evening

Daily Schedule

Seminars are scheduled from 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM with lunches scheduled from 12:00-1:00 PM.

Cancellation Policy

ASSE reserves the right to cancel any seminar two weeks prior to presentation.  If you cancel your registration after January 15, 2012 your registration fee will be refunded less a $100 administrative fee.  If you do not cancel and do not attend the seminar, your registration fee will not be refunded.  If you send a substitute, a $25 substitution fee will be charged.

Program Substitutions

ASSE reserves the right to make substitutions to the program should unforeseen circumstances occur.  ASSE also reserves the right to cancel the program up to two weeks prior to delivery date.

Hotel Accomodations

Flamingo Las Vegas
3555 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109-4343
1.888.373.9855 $139.00 single/double plus tax

Rate good through December 27, 2011

To receive the group rate, please identify yourself as an American Society of Safety Engineers or ASSE attendee. The hotel reservation deadline for the published rate is December 27, 2011. Please make your reservations early as the hotel rooms at the published rate may sell out before the deadline date.

Physically Challenged

Whenever possible, arrangements will be made for physically challenged registrants provided ASSE receives 45 days advance notice.  Please write a letter of explanation, your name and phone number, and attach to the registration form.  ASSE will contact you.

ASSE On-Site Seminars

If your workforce has safety training needs, ASSE is ready to deliver high-quality, customized education and training that is cost-effective. ASSE can fill the niche for that specialized safety training topics or bring complete Safety Management Certificate programs to any worksite.

Save time and money – train an entire team in one location
To find out how ASSE can bring training to your location, call Charlyn Haguewood at 847.768.3429 for more information.

Corporate Prime Time

This is a special program for companies wishing to have a tailored private education program for their employees.  Companies who bring 10 or more employees to SeminarFest will receive discounted registration fees when they also contract for a private seminar under the Corporate Prime Time program.

Lunch Presentation

Monday, January 30
This luncheon presentation offers .1 CEU
What’s Stopping Us from Preventing Human Errors


Dr. Todd Conklin, a recognized authority on organizational behavior will provide a look at what is behind human performance and why we need to change our perception of human error before we can change safety.

Join us to learn the reasons human error occurs.

Todd Conklin, Ph.D, Environmental Safety and Health Integration, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM