Make plans to join us August 29-31, 2022!

Exhibitors List

Here, you can scroll through the list of exhibitors, and learn which companies are represented at this year’s event. These companies support our conference! So be sure to visit the Exhibit Hall at every opportunity, and talk with company representatives who will be on hand to display and demonstrate the latest and most innovative products and services in workplace safety and health!


Steel Grip Inc.

Bryan Brewer, 800-397-8390, Visit Steel Grip Inc. website

Steel Grip is a manufacturer of personal protective apparel. We specialize in Molten Metal, High Heat, Arc Flash, Liquid Chemical Protection, and many other hazards. Steel Grip offers stock items as well as the ability to customize items for specialized applications.

Booth Number: 415

Stevens EHS Consulting, LLC

Carter Venable, 6157957426, Visit Stevens EHS Consulting, LLC website

Stevens EHS Consulting (SEC) is made of consultants and engineers committed to helping simplify the overwhelming job of EHS compliance. SEC believes and operates by these standards.
The client is in control
We start early to finish on-time
We do not stop until the client is satisfied
We clearly communicate regularly throughout the project

Booth Number: 530

Storm Blow-Off Stations

Scott Romano, 5023162348, Visit Storm Blow-Off Stations website

Safe and Efficient Blow-Off stations for personnel cleaning and dedusting. A safe and economical choice to eliminate the use of dangerous compressed air for this purpose. OSHA compliant and Made in the USA.

Booth Number: 731

Summit Consulting LLC

Mike Jarvie, 865-356-6169, Visit Summit Consulting LLC website

Summit – The people who know Workers’ Comp over the past 40 years, Summit has grown and evolved while maintaining close-knit connections and homegrown roots. A premier choice for workers’ compensation insurance products and services, Summit now works with more than 6,000 independent agents across the southeastern United States to provide claims, underwriting and loss prevention services to more than 31,000 policyholders. Still based in Lakeland, Florida, Summit also has two regional offices—in Gainesville, Georgia, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana—and is a member of Great American Insurance Group. People are our business. Whether you’re an agent, a business owner or an injured worker—we are always working for you. Our employees create lasting relationships with the people we serve, because we understand how workers’ comp can affect a business owner or the entire family of an injured worker. We always remember that our customers are not just a number—they are hardworking people in need of a policy that protects their businesses, and medical care that helps them back on their feet in the event of an injury.

Booth Number: 714

Summit Fire & Security

John Wilson, 6159229096, Visit Summit Fire & Security website

Summit Fire & Security is a full service fire protection company that specializes in inspections, installs, and service on all fire systems. Including: Fire Sprinkler systems, Fire Alarms systems, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Pumps, Kitchen Hoods, Clean Agents, swinging Fire Doors, Fire Dampers, etc.

Booth Number: 606

Sutton’s Safety Shoes, Inc.

Savannah Sutton, 9193943397, Visit Sutton’s Safety Shoes, Inc. website

Sutton’s provides safety shoes and offers the Largest Shoe Trucks on the East Coast with 50% more shoe storage and selling space. Our trucks can stock up to 2,700 pair of safety footwear. We offer the largest seating area enabling us to service up to 6 employees at a time.

Booth Number: 830

Tennessee 811

Craig Ingram, 6155092917, Visit Tennessee 811 website

Tennessee 811 is the statewide “Call Before You Dig” service. Call 811 or click at least three working days before any project that involves excavation. Ask about our training offerings to better help your team understand the state’s dig law, 811 policy, and best practices for safe digging.

Booth Number: 510

Tennessee Dept. of Labor & Workforce Development

Commissioner Jeff McCord, 844-224-5818, Visit Tennessee Dept. of Labor & Workforce Development website

Committed to making Tennessee a desirable place to live/work by helping businesses and workers succeed through job-skill training and safe and healthful work environments.

Booth Number: 610, 612, 614 & 616

Tennessee OSHA

Wendylee Fisher, 615-741-2793 , Visit Tennessee OSHA website

TOSHA works with employers/employees through standards enforcement, free on-site consultations, recognition programs (VPP, SHARP) and training seminars to ensure safe and healthy workplaces for all Tennesseans.

Booth Number: 613, 615, 617 & 619

Tennessee Valley Training Center

Ed Lowery, 2562600350, Visit Tennessee Valley Training Center website

Tennessee Valley Training Center (TVTC) was formed in 2000 by area industries and contractors to provide consistent, standardized training to help create safer workplaces through well-trained workforces. Over the years TVTC services have expanded, in addition to quality safety training at an affordable cost, we offer a fully functional Learning Management System and Contractor Risk Management services.

Booth Number: 514

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