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What's New at This Year's Conference!

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Whether you're a first-time attendee or have been coming for years, the 2018 Safety in Action Conference has plenty of new, exciting elements to keep you busy! Check them out here.

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Facilitator Skills Workshop Coming to 2018 Safety in Action

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Enriching networking opportunity. . .18 facilitators joined us in Oxnard, CA for the Facilitators Skills Workshop (FSW)

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How to Win a Free Session Just for Registering!

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Psst... You can win free stuff by registering for the conference during the month of October!

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Safety in Action: Innovative Solutions for Safer Workplaces

Safety in Action: Innovative Solutions for Safer Workplaces

Learn why Safety in Action is the can’t-miss safety event for employee teams and their leaders.

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Re-Discover Your Passion for Safety in 2018!

Re-Discover Your Passion for Safety in 2018!

Join us at the Safety in Action Conference in Orlando, FL. Registration is now open!

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Q & A with Our 2017 Safety Icons

Q & A with Our 2017 Safety Icons

Advice from our Icons on how you can become a safety icon of your own at work.

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I Want to Make Other People the Hero

I Want to Make Other People the Hero

This year's keynote speaker talks about what you can expect from him in Chicago.

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Everything You Wanted to Know about the Future of Technology (but were Afraid to Ask)

Everything You Wanted to Know about the Future of Technology (but were Afraid to Ask)

The DEKRA Work Safety Future Lab TECHBar

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How to Use Generational Differences to Build a Positive Safety Culture

How to Use Generational Differences to Build a Positive Safety Culture

A few years ago at the Safety in Action Conference two colleagues discussed generational differences and their effects on building a positive safety culture. From this conversation a conference breakout session called Beyond the Generation Gap was born.

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Two Different People, Same Reason for Attending Safety in Action

Two Different People, Same Reason for Attending Safety in Action

Heidi Brightly is the mayor of a small town in Minnesota who describes herself as former “oil field trash.” Thomas Rice is a Clemson Tigers football fan with a penchant for singing Motown tunes. 

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