American Society of Safety Engineers’ Orlando Conference Expo Sets Another Record
Orlando, FL (June 25, 2007) — The American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) 2007 Exposition at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, has set a new record for the number of exhibitors and space sold, exceeding the record set in Seattle, New Orleans and Las Vegas. The Exposition, held with the annual ASSE Professional Development Conference (PDC), runs from Sunday, June 24 – Tuesday, June 26 in the West Hall of the convention center on International Drive. The PDC runs from June 24-27 and is focused on occupational safety, health and the environment.
ASSE exhibitor square feet sold for the 2007 Orlando PDC and Exposition outpaced its record 52,780 of square feet sold for the 2006 Seattle PDC and Exposition, selling 57,950 square feet this year. About 400 companies are exhibiting at the Exposition including Fortune 500 companies, federal agencies, non-profit organizations like the American Red Cross and the American Heart Association, colleges and much more. Many are launching new products and providing interactive exhibits.
Founded in 1911, ASSE is based in Des Plaines, IL and has more than 30,000 occupational safety, health and environmental professional members located worldwide. Close to 4000 people from 33 countries will be attending the PDC and Exposition which features more than 200 educational sessions, 40 pre-and-post seminars, an executive summit, regulatory updates from federal officials, technical tours, student activities, key issue roundtables, and more. For more information check ASSE’s web site at www.asse.org.