4th Annual BLR Safety Summit
The 2017 date and location has been announced!
April 3-5, 2017 | Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol |Austin, Texas
Join us for an all-new program to address your latest safety compliance concerns, cutting-edge safety management trends, and new technologies to help you improve performance at your facility. Sessions will be led by some of the top OSHA and safety management experts in the country.
You don't want to miss this safety event of the year! Last year sold out quickly, so save your seat now!
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Making Resources Available
“I’ve been to all 3 Safety Summits and been on the planning committee for the last two years. BLR is striving to make everyone aware of the help and resources available to you for your business or profession through their company, which is very good and professional. I would encourage you to glean everything available and take advantage of the services BLR has to offer.”
Bob Merrill, Tech Support Coordinator | IUPUI
Invaluable to Safety Professionals
“These conferences are invaluable to safety professionals. They learn, not only from the actual sessions (technical learning), but sitting next to somebody—they share the same problems that you do. You network, you learn, and it kind of equalizes the field. You see you’re not alone in this because other people share the same things, they’re going through the same struggles. [The Safety Summit] has a diversity of opinion; they’ve got lawyers, technical experts, law enforcement, a range of practitioners…people from the industry, hands on people. And when they get out in front, you realize ‘Well if they’re doing it, I can do it.’ [BLR] should be congratulated; this is a really nice, well-run conference...and I’ve been to a lot of conferences.”
John J. Meola, CSP, ARM, Safety Consultant | Pillar Engineers, Inc.
“Simply great! The APP was outstanding and I really benefited from it.”
Keith Rogers, FAA Academy Occupational Safety and Health Manager | Department of Transportation/FAA