WNY Safety Conference moved to March 2022 due to pandemic

Registrations made for the 2020-21 conference will carry over to the 2022 conference.Registrations made for the 2020-21 conference will carry over to the 2022 conference.
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Due to ongoing challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020-21 Western New York Safety Conference has been postponed until March 23 and 24, 2022. Registration for the 2022 conference, to be held at the Seneca Events Center and Hotel in Niagara Falls, N.Y., will open Oct. 1, 2021.

Registrations made for the 2020-21 conference will carry over to the 2022 conference. Keynote speakers for the 2022 conference will include Garrison Wynn, a chemical plant explosion survivor, speaker and author; Mike Coe and Dave Catallo of Honda Canada; author and speaker Joe Sweeney; and author and body language expert Traci Brown.

Established in 1935, the WNY Safety Conference has evolved into an annual exchange of safety, health and environmental information directed toward first line supervisors, workers, company administrators with safety and health responsibilities, and the practicing professional. The conference is recognized by both employers and employees alike as an outstanding provider of information that has contributed substantially to the advancement of safety, health, the environment, the worker and the general public. Its mission is to continue to service the Western New York area to reduce injuries and illness.

For details on the WNY Safety Conference, including the 2022 conference agenda, please visit wnysc.com. For more information or questions, please email director@wnysc.com.

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