Safety doesn’t happen by accident. Help your business mitigate risks, improve safety and stay current on key issues by attending the 2018 Indiana Safety and Health Conference & Expo on March 12-14. With information and training for everyone on your team, this is a must-attend conference for all!

Hear from engaging speakers, choose from more than 70 breakout sessions, plus visit over 100 exhibitors and safety vendors during the three-day event at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis.

The conference is presented by the Indiana Chamber in partnership with the Central Indiana Chapter of American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), INSafe and the Coalition for Construction Safety (CCS), and is sponsored by Gibson.

During the opening general session, keynote speaker Kina Repp shares her personal story about an incident that changed her life. Repp lost her arm the first day of work in a fish processing plant, but she stresses that her presentation isn’t “doom and gloom.”

“There’s more than talking about safety. It’s an inspiring message,” she explains.

Repp, who regularly speaks to Fortune 500 companies, manufacturers and other groups, offers: “My biggest goal is for people to make safety their personal responsibility, so they are not counting on other people taking care of them. A business definitely is required to give the proper training, the proper PPE (personal protective equipment), but the responsibility of safety falls on all of us.”

Other keynote presenters for 2018 are:

  • Sgt. Sammy L. Davis, a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient for his heroics in Vietnam whose actions inspired the wartime service depicted in Forrest Gump; and
  • Tom Cecich, CSP, CIH, Avetta strategic board advisor and ASSE past president, who will discuss the current state of the safety profession and where it may be headed during the Governor’s Workplace Safety Awards Luncheon on March 14.

On the education side, this year’s conference has been expanded to include additional session tracks on construction and maintenance, as well as technology in safety. Other new opportunities are the distracted driver simulator and expanded professional development options such as recertification credits and career counseling. And as always, the latest best practices will be front and center.

For more information about the Indiana Safety and Health Conference visit or call
(800) 824-6885.

Take advantage of early bird pricing by registering before February 1. Save an additional 20% by registering two or more people from the same company.