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					                Preliminary Program
    NSC 2011 Texas Safety Conference & Expo
                                   March 28-29
     The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center • The Woodlands, TX

Opening Session
Monday, March 28 — 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

“The Future of Safety: A Hawk-Eye View
 of What’s on the Safety Horizon”
During this cutting-edge talk Richard will share
what’s on the horizon for the safety and health
field and how you can benefit from this insight.

                                                       Dear Safety
You’ll learn why and how cutting-edge companies
are getting past the “incident rate” syndrome and
what it takes to get more “bang for your safety
budget bucks” by spending them on things that
make a bigger difference in performance.               Advocate:
Richard Hawk, Director                                 It is my great pleasure to invite you
Richard Hawk Inc.                                      to the National Safety Council® (NSC)
                                                       2011 Texas Safety Conference &
It’s rare to find someone who is
both a safety professional and an                      Expo (TSCE), March 28-29, 2011, at The Woodlands Waterway
entertaining speaker, but Richard                      Marriott & Convention Center in The Woodlands, TX.
fits the bill. While his depth of                      Safety issues, trends and best practices – they are all on the
knowledge and experience make for content-rich
                                                       agenda at the NSC 2011 TSCE, which assembles top-level
sessions (Richard spent ten years as a safety
                                                       environmental, safety and health (EHS) professionals. You’ll
engineer and management trainer in the nuclear
industry), he also draws on his sense of humor         be able to hear nationally renowned speakers, learn valuable
and theater background to deliver presentations        knowledge at our technical sessions, receive continuing
that are truly memorable and thought-provoking.        education credit through professional development seminars
                                                       and peruse the latest products and services from more than
                                                       100 exhibiting companies.
Closing Session                                        In this preliminary program you’ll find event details, as well as
Tuesday, March 29 — 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.              enhancements we made based on your feedback from last
                                                       year’s Conference & Expo.
I N J A M (It’s Not Just About Me):
Safety, 24/7                                           Highlights:
Has your past experience or safety cockiness           • Opening Session on March 28 features Richard Hawk,
ever blinded your better judgment to notice              who will share a “Hawk-Eye View” of what to expect in the
and take proper safety measures to minimize              immediate future in the safety and health field
risks associated with your work or leisure time        • Injury Facts Presentation on the Expo floor
activities? Have you ever gotten away with some
“close calls” or adopted an attitude that “incidents   • Closing Session on March 29 features the memorable Tony
haven’t yet and probably never will happen to            Crow, who will speak about the importance of managing and
me?” If so, Tony Crow’s powerful message —               minimizing risk
I N J A M (It’s Not Just About Me) will forever        Thank you again for your continued dedication and resolve to
change the way you look at safety again.
                                                       improve safety, from the National Safety Council.
                                                       Plan now to join us March 28-29.
Tony Crow, President
INJAM                                                  Sincerely,
Tony worked for Texas Utilities
for 26 years. In 2003 he had an
incident that blinded him for life.
He now delivers motivational
                                                       Janet Froetscher
safety presentations to companies nationwide.
He has been a keynote and featured speaker at          President & CEO
many national safety conferences.                      National Safety Council
                         MONDAY, MARCH 28
                         7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.                    Continental Breakfast in the Registration Area
                         8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.                    Opening Session
                         9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.                    Expo Open
                         9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.                   Dedicated Expo Hours
                         10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.                  Mid-Morning Refreshment Break on the Expo Floor
                         11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.                  Concurrent Sessions (7)
                         12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.                   Lunch on the Expo Floor
                         1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.                    Concurrent Sessions (7)
                         3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.                    Ice Cream Social on the Expo Floor

                         TUESDAY, MARCH 29
Conference at a Glance

                         7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.                    Continental Breakfast in Registration Area
                         8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.                    Concurrent Sessions (7)
                         8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.                    Injury Facts Presentation on the Expo Floor
                         9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.                    Expo Open
                         9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.                   Dedicated Expo Hours
                         11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.                  Lunch on the Expo Floor
                         1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.                    Concurrent Sessions (7)
                         1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.                    Professional Development Seminar
                         2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.                    Closing Session
                         please note:   This schedule is subject to change.

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                        Set the pace toward safety excellence
                        when you engage with top-level
                        professionals in the key Environmental,
                        Health and Safety (EHS) event of the
                        year in the Texas and Gulf Coast area.

                        The NSC 2011 TSCE delivers the
                        content-rich payload on everything
                        you’ve come to expect from a
                        National Safety Council conference.
Conference Highlights

                        NSC 2011 TSCE Highlights include:
                          More than 100 Exhibitors with the latest products and
                          services to help you reach your safety destination                        Injury Facts
                          Technical Sessions and Professional Development                           Presentation
                          Seminars bridge the gap and close in on your competition                  when:    t u e s d a y , m a rc h 29
                                                                                                             8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
                          Networking Opportunities so you can share best practices                  w h e re :   expo floor
                          in the field of safety

                          Inspirational Keynote Speakers to share your passion about
                                                                                                    How do you rate?
                          safety and lend new perspectives to refresh your knowledge                Find out how your region
                                                                                                    stacks up to the national level
                          and commitment
                                                                                                    of occupational, transportation,
                                                                                                    and beyond the workplace
                          New Product Showcase so you can see the newest, most
                                                                                                    injuries. This extremely popular
                          innovative product and service offerings                                  session fills up fast, so grab a
                                                                                                    seat early! Learn how you can
                                                                                                    reduce and perhaps eliminate
                                                                                                    numerous injuries each year.

                        Exhibitors, technical sessions, professional development seminars, inspiring keynote addresses,
                        and new products to make your safety program the best it can be.
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Technical Session Overview
                  MONDay, MaRCH 28                                                  TuESDay, MaRCH 29

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.    1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.                 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.      1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

                               session 9

                               The Competent
                               Person - Roles
                               and Realities

Driver & Transportation

session 3                      session 8                                                     session 23

Driving Distractions -         What is Driver                                                Better Driving; Better
A Survival Guide               Behavior Costing                                              Results: Roadmap to a
                               yOuR Company?                                                 Winning Process

Emerging Issues

session 4                      session 10                        session 19                  session 24

Achieving Safety               Fatigue:                          Managing Diversity          You and Your
Excellence in a                Consequences                      for EHS Excellence          Spanish-Speaking
Lean Environment               in the Workplace                                              Workforce


session 5                      session 11                        session 20                  session 22

Breakthrough to                10 Characteristics                Merging Corporate           Teaching Your Supervisors
Health & Safety                of Great Safety                   Goals with                  to be Safety Coaches
Success                        Organizations                     Employee Goals

                                                                 session 21                 session 25

                                                                 The Hero’s Journey:        Sustainable Safety
                                                                 When Safety is             Excellence
                                                                 the Prize

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Technical Session Overview (continued)
                MONDay, MaRCH 28                                                    TuESDay, MaRCH 29

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.     1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.                8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.       1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.


session 6                   session 12                           session 15

Air Emissions from          Arc Flash Hazards:                   The Seven Habits of
Natural Gas Drilling        Keep your Facility                   Safe Electrical Work
Operations                  Compliant

Safety Culture/Behavior-Based Safety
session 1                   session 13                           session 26                  session 16

Zero Industry Culture       Assumptions:                         A Near-Miss                 Holistic? BBS?
                            Their Influence on                   Process That                Forget What you Call It –
                            Errors and Events                    Engages Employees           This Works!
session 7

Actions Speak
Louder Than Words           session 14                           session 17                  session 27

                            Leading Indicators                   A Strong                    Is your Safety Culture
                            in Safety Culture                    Reporting Culture:          Benefiting From
                            Assessments                          Research Findings           Recognition?


session 2                                                        session 18                  session 28

Is your Fall                                                     The 7 Key Elements          Safety Training:
Protection Training                                              to Effective Training       Make it Effective
Really Working?

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Technical Sessions
MONDay, MaRCH 28
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

session 1    intermediate                                                   session 5    introductory

Zero Industry Culture                                                       Breakthrough to Health & Safety Success
Organizations serious about safety performance often talk about             This fun, informative and enlightening interactive presentation introduces
creating an injury-free culture. They know from experience that for         a proven skill set required for generating tangible safety and health
sustained excellence, safety needs to be in an organization’s DNA.          results in today’s rapidly changing environment. It will introduce
There’s just one problem: What got us here won’t get us there.              approaches for examining the responsibility, purpose, vision, goals and
Changes across industry have created a world that is infinitely more        relationships necessary for safety success.
complex. This presentation helps attendees gain actionable steps            Scott Whitelaw, V.P. EHS
toward “zero-injury” performance and learn how they can manage              Texas Brine Co.
safety more effectively with fewer resources.
Jim Spigener, VP & Executive Consultant

session 2    intermediate                                                   session 6    advanced

Is your Fall Protection Training Really Working?                            air Emissions from Natural Gas Drilling Operations
Employers are conducting more fall-protection training than ever            In January 2010, Texas regulators announced the detection of high
before. Equipment manufacturers are designing and delivering better         levels of benzene at 1 out of every 5 sites tested in the Barnett Shale.
equipment than ever before. Yet falls at work are still the leading cause   The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality reported that several
of death in the construction industry. Are we really sending our people     sites exceeded the recommended safe levels. Media attention and the
the correct message? This presentation provides participants with a         urban location of the Barnett Shale wells led to an increase in testing
hands-on tool to evaluate their training curriculum and, consequently,      around wells and compressor stations. This presentation discusses the
direction for improving that information.                                   emissions sources and summarizes studies conducted, exposure effects
Steven Johnson, President                                                   and various monitoring methods.
Safety Training and Consulting Services (STACS) Inc.                        Lori Siegelman, Senior Consultant
                                                                            W&M Environmental Group, Inc.

session 3    intermediate                                                   session 7    intermediate

Driving Distractions - a Survival Guide                                     actions Speak Louder Than Words
Extremely topical and in the news! This presentation addresses              Have you always tried to help employees take personal ownership
the impact of distracted and fatigued driving on employees and on           for workplace safety? Actions truly speak louder than words, and
business. It will present practical ideas and exercises to improve          employees’ actions can be symptomatic of the overall culture. Begin
focus and increase “relaxed awareness” for drivers. Learn physical          to change culture by first understanding what drives your workforce’s
techniques that can help you and your employees improve focus while         behaviors, beliefs and traditions. This session will help you initiate a
driving, both on and off the job.                                           progressive workplace safety performance system that focuses on
Dian Mahaffey, Program Specialist III                                       employee motivation and the strength of using positive interactions.
Texas Dept. of Insurance                                                    Christopher Goulart, Director of Consulting Services
                                                                            RCI Safety

session 4    advanced                                                       session 8    intermediate

achieving Safety Excellence in a Lean Environment                           What is Driver Behavior Costing yOuR Company?
Today, “lean” is more than a set of tools for efficiency; it is a stark     Most companies have safety plans and protocols in place for proper
business and economic reality. Organizations that are not lean by           lifting, evacuation, forklifts, etc. Yet, the fact remains that the highest
choice will become so by necessity. With some innovative thinking           risk for injury and death is the time spent driving an automobile, so
and new tools, the quest for safety excellence can be ongoing in            why is driving safety rarely addressed in safety plans? Join this session
even the worst of times. Learn where the new thinking in safety is          for an in-depth look at risk calculation, and how you can lower your
going and some examples of organizations that are continuously              company’s driving behavior risk and increase productivity.
improving their safety results and modifying their existing safety          Mike Ezzell
programs for greater impact.                                                Greater Texas Training
Shawn M. Galloway, President & COO
TProAct Safety

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Technical Sessions
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

session 9    intermediate                                               session 12   advanced

The Competent Person - Roles and Realities                              arc Flash Hazards: Keep your Facility Compliant
The Competent Person is one of the most confusing OSHA                  This session will present the requirements for complying with the
requirements. For what tasks is a CP required? How is a CP trained      OSHA and NFPA standards involving arc flash hazards and personal
and qualified? What OSHA regulations and definitions apply?             protective equipment. The nature of arc flash and its physiological
This session reviews and discusses these questions. Methods for         effects on the human body are discussed, as well as an eight-step arc
documenting the qualifications, training and experience of a CP         flash hazard analysis procedure. Guidelines to improve safety, avoid
are covered, and sample forms to document the authorization and         accidents, and ensure optimum system performance are provided.
responsibility of an assigned CP will be provided.                      Dennis Neitzel, Director Emeritus
Leslie John Haaf, Jr., Sr. Risk Management Consultant                   AVO Training Institute, Inc.

Peter Kuchinsky, II, Sr. Risk Management Consultant

session 10    introductory                                              session 13   intermediate

Fatigue: Consequences in the Workplace                                  assumptions: Their Influence on Errors and Events
What effect does fatigue have on worker safety, and how do you know     Assumption: What does that mean? Fundamentally, it means errors
if it is an issue at your organization? What can employers do? This     are about to occur – errors that can lead to injuries, illnesses,
presentation explores the various issues surrounding extended work      catastrophes or fatalities. How can assumptions within an organization
hours, including the correlation to errors and incidents. It suggests   be recognized and reduced? This session shows how to recognize
several management strategies and encourages the audience to            when an assumption is being made, how to eliminate the errors that
discuss their experiences, obstacles and strategies.                    may follow and what defenses are available to reduce these types of
Mary Bauer, CSP, CIH, Compliance Assistant Specialist                   incidents.
u.S. Department of Labor - OSHA                                         Dr. Kathy McNeese, Sr. Safety Professional
                                                                        Exelon Corporation

session 11    advanced                                                  session 14   advanced

10 Characteristics of Great Safety Organizations                        Leading Indicators in Safety Culture assessments
After years of studying organizations that have achieved a level        Attitudes, beliefs and behaviors are three commonly cited elements
of greatness in safety, BST has identified ten characteristics that     of culture, yet most culture assessments focus on the first two.
distinguish those organizations from others. Among them: clarity of     Information about behaviors that support or undermine an
vision, integrated understanding of the motivations of employees        organization’s intended culture are important in assessing culture. This
at every level and engagement of all employees. This presentation       case study shows how Bristow Group Ltd. designed an approach to
discusses the ten characteristics that distinguish great safety         assess safety culture maturity using a traditional online survey and
organizations and what leaders do to make them real.                    interviews along with qualitative behavioral data, reported within a
Jim Spigener, Senior Vice President                                     framework of behavioral leading indicators.
BST                                                                     Jason Penco, Global HSE Projects
                                                                        Bristow Group, Ltd.

                                                                        Paula Schwartz, General Manager
                                                                        Moody International Consulting & Training

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Technical Sessions
TuESDay, MaRCH 29
8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

session 15   intermediate                                                   session 19    intermediate

The Seven Habits of Safe Electrical Work                                    Managing Diversity for EHS Excellence
Are you confused by the requirements of NFPA 70E? This presentation         Most American workplaces are like a mini United Nations, with people
focuses on seven daily habits that studies show will keep you safe          from vastly different cultures and backgrounds. These differences
from electrical hazards. It also will address the requirements for shock    bring a range of attitudes, beliefs, values and behaviors that can
and arc flash determination, distance boundaries, current limitation,       challenge and impede your EHS efforts. This session shows you how
personal protective equipment, ground fault circuit interrupters, test      to harness the diversity within your workforce to build a stronger EHS
instruments, labeling, employee training and auditing.                      process and a more unified workforce.
Hugh Hoagland, President                                                    Luis Gonzalez, Trainer/Consultant
ArcWear.com                                                                 Topf Initiatives

Drake Drobnick, Safety Engineer

session 16   intermediate                                                   session 20    intermediate

Holistic? BBS? Forget What you Call It -                                    Merging Corporate Goals with Employee Goals
This Works!                                                                 Learn how your companywide or departmental goals can be distilled
When it comes to choosing a behavioral improvement process for your         down to measurable objectives. These goals represent unique
organization, are you confused by academic terms, catch-all phrases         employee functions – safety, wellness or performance – that, when
and claims by all the different internal and external consultants? What     achieved, drive significant revenue to your bottom line. Management
process should you use? Do you address attitudes or behaviors? How          needs to have a clear line of sight into performance to identify areas for
do you make sense out of everything you hear and read, and sort it all      improvement, and employees want continuous feedback and reward
out? This session explores a holistic, integrated approach so you can       for their performance. See how this all can be aligned through a single
discuss what works to achieve breakthroughs in safety, health and           data platform.
environmental performance.                                                  Doyle Clemmons, Senior Consultant, Merge 9i Employee
Michael Topf, MA, President and CEO                                          Performance Technologies
Topf Initiatives                                                            Newton Manufacturing Co./Maxxstar

session 17   advanced                                                       session 21    advanced

a Strong Reporting Culture: Research Findings                               The Hero’s Journey: When Safety is the Prize
This session reviews leading indicator research drawn from analysis of a    “The Hero’s Journey” is an entertaining and informative interactive
large data set from the energy and chemicals industry. Sources include      presentation that delivers an emerging leadership model based on the
data sets and safety business practices from some industry-leading          landmark body of research by renowned scholar Joseph Campbell.
global companies operating in more than 100 countries. This session         Campbell’s research identified a specific set of universal needs each
reviews the findings and highlights how reporting culture was shown to      “hero” must fulfill on his/her journey to be successful. This presentation
have a strong effect on safety performance.                                 provides managers and supervisors with the tools they need to create
Joe Stough, Executive Vice President of Product Strategy                    and sustain safety heroes.
Syntex Management Systems Inc.                                              Jeffrey Mangrum, President - SST Communications, Inc.
                                                                            SST Communications, Inc.

session 18    introductory                                                  session 22    introductory

The 7 Key Elements to Effective Training                                    Teaching your Supervisors to be Safety Coaches
Training is a key element to an effective safety and health program, yet    Supervisors influence worker behavior perhaps more than any other level
many organizations really don’t understand the basic and fundamental        in an organization and are in a unique position to facilitate the creation
key elements to effective training. This session teaches participants the   of a culture focused on safety excellence. Yet most supervisors have
Seven Key Elements to Effective Training that get results.                  not received formal training on coaching and effective performance
Hector Escarcega, CSP, ARM, President, CEO                                  feedback. Learn how to take supervisors from cops to coaches and
Bilingual Solutions International                                           identify how to transfer these strategies throughout the workplace,
                                                                            ensuring more effective safety supervision methodologies.
                                                                            Shawn M. Galloway, President & COO
                                                                            ProAct Safety

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Technical Sessions
8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

session 23   intermediate                                                 session 26     intermediate

Better Driving; Better Results: Roadmap to a                              a Near-Miss Process That Engages Employees
Winning Process                                                           This presentation documents a fresh approach to a Near Miss
Time is money — and with the demand to do more with less, what            Reporting program by a major utility, a heavy equipment dealer, a
are we really asking of people who operate a motor vehicle for            global construction company and a manufacturing facility. Each firm
company business? With actual cases of litigation against drivers and     engaged its workers to develop a solution set that fit its unique safety
businesses, and with cities and states passing cell phone laws, this      culture. Learn “Five Fatal Flaws” that enable NMR barriers to exist,
session is a must-attend for anyone overseeing driving operations.        experience the excitement generated by employee-created solutions
You will leave this session with a roadmap for developing a policy that   and learn how to apply no-math continuous improvement tools.
matches your organization’s risk tolerance.                               Todd Britten, Senior Consultant
Brian Weatherly, MBA, Consultant                                          CoreMedia
Fit for Work

session 24   intermediate                                                 session 27     intermediate

you and your Spanish-Speaking Workforce                                   Is your Safety Culture Benefiting From Recognition?
If you have a Spanish-speaking workforce, this workshop is for you.       Recognition strategies are one of the most effective ways to improve
Hiring employees who have a desire to work is not good enough             safety performance. This presentation highlights the benefits of moving
- it is vital that you know and understand their culture, values and      beyond “what workers do wrong” to better acknowledge “what they
traditions. Come to this workshop and learn how to improve safety         do right.” Specific field examples illustrate how a positive approach
and productivity among Spanish-speaking workers by closing the            can be effectively used for both. This session is designed to advance
communication and cultural gap.                                           your understanding of employees’ roles in overseeing safe on-the-job
Hector Escarcega, CSP, ARM, President, CEO                                behaviors.
Bilingual Solutions International                                         Todd Efird, Senior Consultant

session 25   advanced                                                     session 28     introductory

Sustainable Safety Excellence                                             Safety Training: Make it Effective
Conducted by a panel of experts that includes a former union leader,      What is effective safety training? Are your students “getting” the
this session will describe interventions for businesses (chemicals, oil   information and learning the course objectives? Does the course have
refineries and upstream oil and gas exploration and production) whose     learning objectives? This presentation offers tips for effective safety
safety performance has hit a “plateau.” The panel will describe four      training – in the field, on a tailgate, in a classroom or online. It will discuss
areas of leverage that can be used by any organization to improve         the importance of developing learning objectives for safety training and
safety performance; leadership by managers, equipping supervisors to      how to use Bloom’s Taxonomy to help students retain information.
be transformational leaders, changing safety cultures, and improving      Dr. Jeffrey Oakley, Director
safety culture by equipping leaders and safety professionals.             Gulf Coast Safety Institute
Dr. John Statzer, Consultant
E.Vironment L.P

Dr. Bob Chapman, Partner
King Chapman & Broussard Inc

John Warne, Partner
King Chapman & Broussard Inc

Paul Pizzi, Managing General Partner of E.Vironment
E.Vironment L.P.

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Professional Development Seminars

TuESDay, MaRCH 29
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Keeping your Safety Team Thriving!
During this upbeat course you will learn several techniques to help     You’ll leave this course with dozens of practical tips and
your safety teams perform better. Besides discovering innovative ways   techniques that you’ll be able to use right away. You’ll also
to promote your safety program, you’ll also learn how to develop an     have a draft of a marketing plan, a list of tactics to influence
effective marketing plan, conduct more valuable meetings and keep       your employees and several ideas on ways to motivate your
your teams on track. Team dynamics and ways to influence employees      safety teams.
will also be covered. One section includes tips on how to prevent and
overcome common problems that face safety teams.
Richard Hawk, Director
Richard Hawk, Inc.

24HR SAFETy LLC                                   FLExIBLE LIFE LINE SySTEMS                           RANDy SMITH TRAINING SOLuTIONS
AEARO TECHNOLOGIES                                FORWARD EDGE INC.                                    RED WING BRANDS OF AMERICA
ALLIANCE HEALTH RESOuRCES                         GALSON LABORATORIES                                  REPSS INC.
APG                                               GARNER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.                   RIVERSIDE MANuFACTuRING CO.
APPLETON MFG. DIVISION                            GFG INSTRuMENTATION INC.                             SAFESTART/SAFETRACK
ASI HEALTHSERVICES.COM                            GLOVE GuARD LP                                       SAFETy BANNERS.ORG
AVO TRAINING INSTITuTE                            GRAND STANDS INC.                                    SAFETy GEAR uSA
BAER ENGINEERING AND                              HAGEMEyER NORTH AMERICA                              SAFETy SOLuTIONS ALLIANCE
  ENVIRONMENTAL CONSuLTING INC.                   HPL PuRESPORT                                        SAFETy VISION
BALCO                                             ICu ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH & SAFETy                   SAFEWARE INC.
BATAVIA SERVICES INC.                             INTELIUS                                             SECON – THE DRuG SCREENING CO.
BIC ALLIANCE                                      J.J. KELLER & ASSOCIATES INC.                        SHAT-R-SHIELD INC.
BLuNDSTONE FOOTWEAR                               JuST FOR EARS                                        SHEA WRITING AND TRAINING
BRyAN FAMILy LP DBA FIRE-STOP                     KIMBERLy-CLARK PROFESSIONAL                            SOLuTIONS INC.
  SYSTEMS USA                                                                                          SITEHAWK
                                                  KROLL SuBSTANCE ABuSE TESTING DIVISION
BST TECHNOLOGIES                                                                                       STRyKER
                                                  LIFELOC TECHNOLOGIES INC.
BuLLARD                                                                                                SuMMEROFF ENTERPRISE
                                                  MASTER BRANDS
BuLWARK PROTECTIVE APPAREL                                                                             SYNTEX MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC.
                                                  MCR SAFETy
BuSTIN INDuSTRIAL PRODuCTS INC.                                                                        TAPCO
                                                  MILLIKEN & COMPANy
BW TECHNOLOGIES By HONEyWELL                                                                           TENCATE
                                                  NEWBART PRODuCTS
C.A. SHORT                                                                                             TExAS ROPE RESCuE
                                                  NORTH SAFETy PRODuCTS By HONEyWELL
CALICHE LTD.                                                                                           THE INTEGRAL GROuP
                                                  OCCuCARE OCCuPATIONAL &
CAM ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES                          MOBILE MEDICINE                                    TK GROuP
CARBIS INC.                                       OCCuNOMIx INTERNATIONAL LLC                          TOTAL SAFETy CORP.
CAVCOM INC.                                       OCCuPATIONAL DOG BITE SAFETy                         TRACERCO
COLLEy SALES                                      OK-1 MANuFACTuRING CO. INC.                          TuNNEL VISION INC.
COLuMBIA SOuTHERN uNIVERSITy                      ONE MARKET SOuRCE                                    TyNDALE CO.
CORETEx PRODuCTS INC.                             ORR SAFETy CORP.                                     VOLuNTARy PROTECTION PROGRAMS
DA MID SOuTH                                        THE uNIVERSITy OF TExAS                              (VPPPA)
DIGIAL-2000 INC.                                    AT ARLINGTON                                       WEB DEVICES
ELK RIVER INC.                                    PELSuE                                               WESTEX INC.
EVERGREEN RESEARCH                                PRIME DISTRIBuTING CO.                               WORKING CONCEPTS
FARRWEST ENVIRONMENTAL SuPPLy INC.                PROACT SAFETy INC.                                   WORKRITE uNIFORM CO.

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                                Continuing Education Information
                                The National Safety Council follows the guidelines established by the International
                                Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).

                                This conference could qualify for Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP)
                                Recertification points. Please see the BCSP Recertification Guide for details, available for
                                download, on the Recertification page at www.bcsp.org/recertification

                                The NSC has received approval from the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) for
                                the awarding of 0.5 Safety CM points for every half day of attendance or 1.5 Safety CM
                                for one and a half days of attendance at the NSC 2011 Texas Safety Conference & Expo.
                                Please use approval code 10-4569 when submitting documentation to the ABIH.

                                For both COC and CM points, it is the individual’s responsibility to submit the appropriate
                                documentation directly to their governing body (the BCSP or the ABIH) to receive proper
                                credit. Questions regarding certification requirements should be directed to the BCSP or
                                the ABIH.

                                For more information, contact:
                                The Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP): (217) 359-9263
                                The American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH): (517) 321-2638

The Woodlands Waterway
Marriott Hotel &
Convention Center
                                                                    In-Conjunction Events
1601 Lake Robbins Drive                                             (Separate registration required)
The Woodlands, TX 77380
phone:   (800) 266-9432                                             NSC Forum to Keep Teen Drivers alive
                                                                    Tuesday, March 29
         (506) 474-2009
                                                                    1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
fax:   (281) 367-9686
                                                                    At the NSC Forum to Keep Teen Drivers Alive, you’ll
web:   nsctexexpo.com                                               hear from community representatives in government,
rates:                                                              law enforcement and education who have successfully
                                                                    implemented safe driving programs for teens in their
$169.00/night [single/double]
                                                                    communities. Also speaking are the founders of the Brandon
reservation cut-off date:                                           and Paul Foundation, a nonprofit organization that lobbies
March 7, 2011                                                       for safer teen driving. The Foundation was created by the
                                                                    deaths of their young sons in a motor vehicle crash.

Check in: 4:00 p.m.
Check out: 11:00 a.m.                                               Creating a Company of Safe Drivers –
                                                                    NSC Business Roundtable

on-site parking fee:                                                Tuesday, March 29 — 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
$2.00/hour, $9.00/day                                               and Wednesday, March 30 — 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
valet parking fee:                                                  Join Texas business and safety leaders to explore the challenges
                                                                    of creating a company of safe drivers. Texas transportation
                                                                    officials will discuss current and emerging Texas traffic safety
                                                                    issues. In facilitated, interactive sessions, explore the role of
Contact hotel for details                                           Texas employers in reducing traffic-related injury and death.
                                                                    Document the challenges companies face keeping employees
                                                                    safe when driving on the job, during the daily commute or
                                                                    traveling with their family. Partner with the NSC Texas Employer
                                                                    Traffic Safety Program to create a roadmap to the tools and
                                                                    resources you need to create a company of safe drivers.

                                                                              NatioNal Safety CouNCil 2011 texas Safety Conference & expo

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