CAL/OSHA Safety Conference 2005 Helps Businesses Stay Safe, Effective and Profitable

      

Fri, 09 Sep 2005, 13:02:00 EDT

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - September 9 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- The American Safety Council Inc., an industry leader in providing safety solutions for manufacturing, construction, food processing, and restaurant businesses, today announced that the American Safety Conference 2005 will be held on Wednesday, October 5, 2005, at the Shilo Hilltop Suites Hotel and Conference Complex at 3101 Temple Avenue in Pomona, California. This premier event for Safety Professionals helps companies shape sound safety policies, identify safety challenges, and implement more effective and profitable safety solutions.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - September 9 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- The American Safety Council Inc. (www.oshaworkshop.com), an industry leader in providing safety solutions for manufacturing, construction, food processing, and restaurant businesses, today announced that the American Safety Conference 2005 will be held on Wednesday, October 5, 2005, at the Shilo Hilltop Suites Hotel and Conference Complex at 3101 Temple Avenue in Pomona, California. This premier event for Safety Professionals helps companies shape sound safety policies, identify safety challenges, and implement more effective and profitable safety solutions.

"Safety issues in the workplace have come under intense scrutiny lately," said Bob D'Amato, President of the American Safety Council, Inc. "The demand for innovation and effectiveness is higher than ever. The American Safety Conference is an opportunity for companies to stay current with OSHA policy, and to hear about the new CAL-OSHA updates directly from directly from OSHA representatives."

Key issues to be addressed at this year's conference include: what to do when an OSHA inspector shows up at your door, how to assess potential hazards within an organization, new safety audit strategies for Safety Professionals, Facility Managers, Operations Managers, and Risk Managers. Also included are essentials on how to develop, expand, and update company IIPP programs, NEW OSHA Updates, and effective solutions for preventing injuries and illnesses.

"A Safety & Health Management Program can reduce injury & illness costs by 20%-40%," said D'Amato. "The CAL/OSHA Safety Conference is a great opportunity for Safety Professionals, Safety Supervisors, and Managers to learn how their organization can improve their bottom line and increase profitability with informed and productive safety solutions."

Event Sponsors: ASU Insurance Services, and U.S. Safety & Supply Company.

Tickets for the conference are only $145.00 if purchased prior to 9/21/2005, and ticket price includes three morning and three afternoon sessions, as well as a complimentary lunch catered by the Hilltop Restaurant.

For more information or to register for the conference, please visit www.oshaworkshop.com or call 1-888-674-2888.

NEWS SOURCE: The American Safety Council Inc.

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