Make plans to attend the 40th Annual TSHC: July 30-August 2, 2017

Learn more about your profession and bring lasting benefit to yourself and your company when you attend the Tennessee Safety & Health Conference in Nashville.

Since 1977, our conference has been a joint venture between the Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration (TOSHA) and the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), offering an agenda of knowledge and expertise that can be used for the promotion,  increased awareness, and implementation of safety and health practices in the workplace.

Our Mission

To provide the widest variety of Workplace Safety & Health Education possible at a reasonable cost.

Our Purpose

“To bring together persons engaged in safety and health to discuss topics of mutual concern that affect working men and women.”

“To develop and formalize a unified force of safety and health persons, composed of government, labor and management, which will work together in support of long-range programs affecting the safety and health of workers on and off the job.”

“To establish a spirit of fraternalism among safety and health persons in order to further disseminate information and educational techniques relative to safety and health.”

“To enlist and develop the cooperation of and coordination among all public and private safety and health organizations in order to further encourage and promote methods and procedures leading to increased worker safety and health.”

Our Location

… at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, Nashville, TN.

Call for Presenters

If you want to be a speaker at one of the 2017 workshops, see the Call For Presenters page on this website. Complete the form, and submit it to our program chairman.

Special 10-Hour Safety Course being offered

Federal OSHA Training Institute’s Approved 10-Hour General Industry Safety & Health Course is being offered at this year’s Conference

Participants will receive a Federal OSHA 10-hour completion card and an extensive library of compliance materials with an explanation of the OSHA Standards for General Industry.

Please note that registration for this course entitles the participant to a full conference registration as described on the Attendee Registration page.

The 2017 TSHC Exhibit Hall

The 2017  exposition will again feature the latest innovations in products and services focusing on workplace safety and health. Activities are planned for the exhibit area to provide opportunity for interaction between delegates and exhibitors. The exhibit hall accommodates 150 booths and other special interest areas.

Continuing Education Units

The Tennessee Safety & Health Conference qualifies for Continuance of Certification (COC) credit for CSPs who attend, and Certification Maintenance (CM) credit for OHSTs and CHSTs who attend.

CSPs may earn at least 1.5 COC points for attending this conference. OHSTs and CHSTs may earn at least 1.5 CM points for attending this conference. Please keep your name badge and program book to verify attendance.

For additional information on points maintenance see bcsp.org for CSPs or cchest.org for OHSTs/CHSTs.

ABIH COC/CM Points — In past years, attendance at the Tennessee Safety and Health Conference has been approved for 2.0 total points by the ABIH. CIHs or CAIHs who desire to use these points can receive the approval number from the registration desk or see www.abih.org CIHs/CAIHs should also maintain programs and name badges to verify attendance.

2017 TSHC Scholarship Application Information

For full or part-time students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in occupational safety & health or a closely related field at an accredited institution. The accredited institution must be within one hundred and fifty mile radius of the state of Tennessee. Students that are serving the country through active duty in the armed forces or honorably discharged, recipients of awards from service organizations or have provided volunteer service to the TSHC or their ASSE or AIHA Student Chapter(s) in a leadership role will also receive priority for this award. For application and additional information, please click here.  All applications must be received by May 1, 2017.

 

 

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