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

Monday, September 25

Opening Session: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

Racing to Zero - Safety that Works

Deborah A.P. Hersman
President & CEO
National Safety Council
Kyle Petty
Nascar Driver
Business Executive and Community Leader

uesday, September 16


Executive Forum: 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 

Serious Injury & Fatality Preventions - A View from the Top

Presented by the Campbell Institute

Join us as we celebrate the 10th year of this landmark forum with a frank and open discussion on one of  our biggest challenges as a profession: preventing serious injuries and fatalities even as we continue to improve overall performance rates. The Executive Forum is an opportunity to hear directly from senior operations and EHS leaders as they share their personal stories and strategic insights with the audience. A lively Q&A session offers attendees the chance to pose meaningful questions straight to leaders at the top - and receive honest answers in return. 

Tuesday, September 26

Occupational Keynote:  8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. 

Emergency Preparedness

How are  you ensuring your colleagues are safe in an emergency situation, especially when you may be responsible for hundreds or thousands of employees? Join us to learn what you can do to be prepared for an emergency in the workplace.             

Motivational Keynote: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Normal is Overrated - Aim Higher!

Bonnie's dynamic messages guide audiences to find their individual paths to higher performance, greater productivity and overall success. 

Bonnie St. John
Paralympic Ski Medalist,
Rhodes Scholar, Former 
White House Official and
Best-Selling Author

 Wednesday, September 27

Leadership Keynote: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

The Seven Most Dangerous Ideas in Safety

Never in our history have our workplaces been so safe and our workers well protected.

Yet in recent years, something strange started to happen. While many companies have "hit a wall" in safety performance, some have been slow but visible increase in serious accidents, and most alarmingly, a few "best in class" companies suffered catastrophic events. Something is wrong...

Corrie's presentation will demonstrate how the few seconds before a disaster were years in making - by well-intended, but dangerous ideas, beliefs and delusions. He will discuss the new roles of leaders and practitioners in a different world awaiting us.

Corrie Pitzer
SAFEmap International