||2012 NSC Congress & Expo|
Congress: October 20-25
Expo: October 22-24
||Orange County Convention Center|
9800 International Drive
Orlando, Florida 32819
About the NSC Congress & Expo
Safety excellence is not a destination but an ongoing journey. More than 12,000 safety, health and environmental professionals demonstrated their commitment to safety excellence by collectively
honoring and advancing their journey at the 2011 NSC Congress & Expo. The steady attendance
over 2010 is evidence of the importance companies continue to place on building and sustaining a
culture inclusive of safety.
Measure your progress and continue your journey at the 2012 NSC Congress & Expo in Orlando,
Florida, at the Orange County Convention Center (West building), October 20 - 25. Together we will accomplish the most and travel the furthest on this shared journey to safety excellence.
About the Celebration of the Century
It's a special year for this event - the 2012 NSC Congress & Expo is the Celebration of the Century! One hundred years ago, corporate leaders came together for the first Safety Congress and envisioned a national organization solely dedicated to the promotion of safety - the National Safety Council.
The Celebration of the Century symbolizes 100 years of collaboration, lessons learned and progress for safety across the nation. NSC will honor the advancements and accomplishments of organizations and individuals who have helped make safety what it is today.
"100 Years of Safety" Highlights
Monday, October 22 - Wednesday, October 24 on the Expo floor
Take a visual journey through corridors of safety milestones from the last century, showcasing the organizations, products and services and actions that shaped the landscape and understanding of safety.
You're invited to grab some popcorn and sit back for some of our "classics." Located in the 100 aisle with seating for up to 50 attendees, the Safety Theater will offer vignettes of videos and films used for safety advocacy along with moving historical footage capturing safety's development.