Stay up-to-date on industry trends by attending inspirational keynote sessions

Monday, October 17

Opening Session: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Make Building a Safer Workplace a Reality

  Getting safer begins with getting smarter, and at the 2016 NSC Congress & Expo, getting smarter begins with the Opening Session. Featuring remarks from President & CEO Debbie Hersman and NFL Legend Terry Bradshaw, the Opening Session will kick off an inspiring and informative safety event.    
                                  
  Terry Bradshaw
Co-host and Analyst Fox NFL Sunday,
NFL Legend
Deborah A.P. Hersman
President & CEO

National Safety Council 
     


Executive Forum: 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 

Executive Forum The Art & (Neuro)science of Safety  

Presented by the Campbell Institute
Science and art intersect in this year’s Campbell Institute Forum. Join us as we explore human performance and workplace safety through the new lens of leading-edge research in the field of neuroscience. In this panel session, experts from The Toledo Museum of Art and RoundTheClock Resources will delve into the concepts of visual literary and brain-oriented safety. Together, these two intriguing approaches will help you get to the heart (and mind) of human behavior - and leave with practical takeaways you can put into action in your organization.

Adam Levine, Ph.D., Assistant Director
Toledo Museum of Art
Susan L. Koen, Ph.D., CEO & Founder
RoundTheClock Resources, Inc., a DEKRA Company

 

Tuesday, October 18

Motivational Keynote: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
The Human Side of Injury Prevention

Two of the most powerful and dynamic s in the country team up to teach interpersonal dimension of occupational safety. 
   

E.Scott Geller, PHD
Senior Partner
Safety Performance Solutions 

Charlie Morecraft
President and CEO
Phoenix Safety Management                       

Occupational Keynote: 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Understanding Workplace Violence: On the Job - On the Look Out

Recent tragic events have forced workplace violence into the American spotlight.  All workplaces can do more to ensure they are prepared for workplace violence when and if it happens.  At this session, you’ll hear from experts who will help you better define workplace violence (it’s not just active shooter), identify at-risk employees, and develop strategic and systemic countermeasures to protect your people.  Join us for this informative session and ask our panel the questions you need answered to help you prepare for or even prevent these unspeakable events.
 
 

Carol Cambridge
CEO Violence Free

 

 

Carri Casteel, MPH, PhD
President-Elect Society for Advancement of Violence
and Injury Research Associate Professor,
Department of Occupational and Environmental Health
University of Iowa
 

Kevin L. Foust 
Chief of Police & Director of Security
Virginia Tech Police Department
Juliann Sum, JD, ScM
Chief of Cal/OSHA

 

Wednesday, October 19

Leadership Keynote: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Who Killed Lindsey's Father?

As a manager, it would be a real challenge to explain your safety system to a 7-year old, but when it is to the daughter of an employee who was killed at work, no training or Swiss Cheese model prepare you for that. 

Corrie tells the gut-wrenching story of such a day, when he had to convey that news to Danny White’s wife and daughter, how it changed every paradigm in safety and how ‘deepsafe’ leadership emerged.

 

Corrie Pitzer
CEO
SAFEmap International

 

uesday, September 16