What's new in Education?

The National Safety Council has been America's leading safety advocate for more than a century. Each year the NSC Congress & Expo Educational Strategic Advisory Group meets to bring you the best educational program with the most up-to-date information and emerging topics. It's no surprise that 90% of our audience stated that the information they learned would help them perform their job more effectively

Here is a quick overview of what's hot and what's new for 2018. For a detailed listing of our sessions visit the Education Sessions page of our website.

Professional Development Seminars*

Check out these NEW 1-day seminars:

  • How Safety Professionals Influence Decision-Makers

  • Just Imagine!: How to Come Up With Innovative Ideas to Keep Your Safety Program Fresh and Alive

  • Safety 4.0: Updating Safety to Align with Industry 4.0

  • The Behavioral Safety System: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Human Behavior and Safety

  • A Defensible Drug-Free Workplace Policy for Today's Challenges

  • Managing the Human Factor in Safety: The New View, HOP, and "System 3" Safety

  • Safety Training Ninja Workshop

  • Behavior-Based Safety for Today's Realities

  • "Safe 4", A Safety Culture Program - THAT WORKS!

  • Risk Culture Trumps the Safety System Every Time - New Directions to Measure, Analyze and Change It

  • Influencing Skills for the Safety Professional: How to Grow Safety Impact With Your Behavior

Technical Sessions - Check out these HOT topics

  • The Drug Buzz Right Now!

  • Boomers vs. Millennials: Bridging the Great Divide

  • Workplace Violence: What Really Happens

  • The Digital Revolution of Safety: The Time is Now!

  • What's Happening in Washington, DC? Current and Future Developments in Workplace Safety Policy

  • Active Shooter Preparedness: Going Beyond Workplace Violence Training

  • Using Safety Observation Date to Address Serious Injuries and Fatalities

  • Workplace Violence Prevention and Awareness

  • Distraction, Inattention and the Brain

  • Opioid and Workers' Compensation Claims: Tools for Employees

* There is a separate fee to attend a Professional Development Seminar.