Governor's Industrial Safety & Health Conference

Every year the Governor's Industrial Safety and Health Conference offers 2 days of training and education, providing the latest tools, technologies and strategies for workplace safety and health. Alternating between the eastern and western side of the state, each year it attracts approximately 1000 safety and health attendees. More than 300 volunteers, representing the diversity of industrial Washington, contribute to its success year after year!

Find out more by visiting the Governor's Industrial Safety & Health Conference website (www.wagovconf.org), or by following the links provided below (you will be redirected to an external site):

  • Conference Overview (www.wagovconf.org) — Information about this years conference and Featured Presentations.
  • Special Events (www.wagovconf.org) — Learn about the Forklift Rodeo event and Poletop Rescue competition.
  • Registration & Costs (www.wagovconf.org) — Find out how to pre-register and the reasonable fees for attendance for valuable safety and health training.
  • Lifesaving Nomination (www.wagovconf.org) — See how to nominate someone for a life saving award or a heroic rescue.
  • Exhibit & Demo Halls (www.wagovconf.org) — The conference wouldn't be complete without the trade show exhibits where companies display cutting-edge technologies focused on improving worker safety. The Demo Hall will feature lockout/tagout, fall protection, and 3-point truck exiting demonstrations and more!
  • Advisory Board (www.wagovconf.org) — Learn about the members of the Governor's Industrial Safety & Health Conference Advisory Board.
Events
February 25, 2015 Agriculture Safety Day (www.wagovconf.org)
May 6, 2015 Construction Safety Day (www.wagovconf.org)
October 7 & 8, 2015 Governor's Industrial Safety & Health Conference — Tacoma, Wash. (www.wagovconf.org)

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