National Safety Council of Northern New England
Providing high quality & affordable training at
Our Site, Your Site, or Online
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • LinkedIn Social Icon
New Hampshire & Vermont

2 Whitney Rd., #11

Concord, NH 03301

Phone: (603) 228-1401

(800) 834-6472


405 Western Ave., #317

South Portland, ME 04106

Phone: (207) 854-8441

(888) 396-2047

Fax: (603) 230-9795

Fax: (207) 222-0105


National Safety Council of

Northern New England

92nd Annual Maine

Safety & Health Conference

October 15-17, 2019

Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Maine

"Navigating the Future"

Join us for the 2019 Maine Safety and Health Conference! 

Lighthouse Picture.jpg

In it's 92nd year, this great Maine tradition features motivating keynote speakers, 28 different breakout sessions on timely safety topics, a HUGE vendor hall with the latest in safety products and services, unlimited networking opportunities, and Continuing Education Credits!

NSCNNE & the Maine Conference Planning Committee want to thank all of our speakers for taking the time to join us and sharing your knowledge

Opening Keynote Speaker

Peter Vigue, Chairman, The Cianbro Companies

"The Cianbro Story" - Mr. Vigue will share the Cianbro story in regards to their safety evolution, company history, and what drove them to become an industry leader in safety.

Michael Bourque, President & CEO, MEMIC

Lunch Keynote Speaker

"Workforce Opportunities of the 21st Century" - Maine’s changing population is the challenge of this century.  Preparing for this new world is an imperative for every Maine business.  Hear how some are successfully navigating this new world by engaging in the renewal of our beloved home state.  Cultural change in the workplace, as the revolution in workplace safety culture did starting with the 1992 workers’ comp reforms, will be a key driver in our economic future.

Kim Shambrook, National Safety Council, Senior Director Workplace & Training

Opening Keynote Speaker

"Addressing Current Challenges and Future Trends in Workplace Safety Training" 

Join us as Ms. Shambrook talks about the challenges that businesses face today in providing timely and high-quality workplace training in a climate of rapidly evolving technology and workforce challenges. Learn about evolving trends and some new ideas about the future of workplace safety training!

  • Fall Protection - Working at Heights is Dangerous

  • How Health Coaching In Your Company Can Impact the Bottom Line

  • Bugs, Plants & Scary Stuff

  • NFPA 70e Risk Assessment Changes & Innovative PPE Programs Combat Error, Reduce Injury Risk

  • Distracted & Fatigue Driving

  • Silica

  • Identity Theft

  • Safety Professional Rut: Thinking Like a Risk Manager

  • Enjoying the Great Maine Outdoors - and Staying Safe

  • What a Waste; Hazards Definitions

  • Fleet Safety Begins in the Shop

  • OSHA / BLS Update

  • Demystifying the Selection, Use, Care, & Maintenance of FR/AR Clothing

  • Worker Focused Prevention for Slips, Trips, & Falls

Break Out Sessions

  • Chief Moulton - Scarborough Police Department

  • Kim Shambrook, Vice President, Safety Education, Training & Services, National Safety Council

  • Michael Botticelli - Executive Director, Grayken Center for Addiction at Boston Medical Center

  • Amanda O'Leary, Planning & Research Associate II, Maine Department of Labor/Bureau of Labor Standards

Closeout Panel on Impairment with Focus on Opioid Use & Abuse

Platinum Sponsors
Silver Sponsors
clark insurance.png
Breakout Sponsors