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52nd Annual New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference!

May 23-24, 2023 the at the Doubletree by Hilton Manchester Downtown

In it's 52nd year, the New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference will be held at the beautiful DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown. We can't wait to see you for this in-person event!

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The conference showcases motivating keynote speakers, 24 breakout sessions on timely safety topics, a large vendor hall with the latest in safety products and services, unlimited networking opportunities, and Continuing Education Credits!

 For Every 5 people registered, the 6th attends for FREE!

NSC-NEC & the New Hampshire Conference Planning Committee want to thank all of our speakers for taking the time to join us and sharing your knowledge

Opening Keynote - Tuesday, May 23, 2023

Mental Health Concerns in Today's Workplace: Starting the Conversation...

Bernie Seifert, LICSW - Deputy Director - NAMI NH

If it seems like there are more people around you - co-workers, friends, and perhaps family members - who are experiencing an increase in mental health challenges, then you are not alone. The pandemic has affected the public's overall mental health and wellbeing, and this is evident in many settings including the workplace. How can we address these issues in a way that promotes a healthy, pleasant, and productive work environment? What gets in the way of having important conversations with others, especially when they give the message that they don't want our help? Join this session to learn more about this pressing concern in today's workforce and gather tips and resources to help address these issues.

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Opening Keynote - Wednesday, May 24, 2023

Safety Culture - Yes, every discipline and every level of an organization.

Donald L. Olesen PE, CSP, MBA - President and CEO - NuTera Safety Solutions, LLC

We have long talked about a safety culture within an organization. Seldom does it actually exist. Is safety in need of its own culture or should it be incorporated into the very fiber of the business? This presentation will focus on what a culture is, who is needed to grow the culture, what are the components of an effective culture that will ultimately put the organization into a position of success. It will also focus on some of the tools needed to actually have safety incorporated into the overall business strategy/culture. This session is designed for all levels of an organization and will talk about the differing roles needed to build a successful culture.

Closing Keynote - Wednesday, May 24, 2023

"Virtually" Touring the Varied Work Environments of the H&S Professional

Susan Reynolds, MS, CIH - Senior Consultant - Colden Corp

Join us on a photographic, interactive tour of a day in the life of a health and safety professional in a variety of work environments. Attendees will actively participate in identifying health and safety hazards and compliance findings and making corrective action recommendations. This is a great opportunity for participants to "virtually" experience real-world hazards in a variety of work settings.

Day 1 - Tuesday, May 23, 2023 - Session Topics:

  • OSHA Update

  • Talk Saves Lives: Suicide Prevention in the Workplace

  • Recovery Friendly Workplace: Good for Employees & Good for Business

  • Safety is NOT Common Sense

  • How to Manage an OSHA Inspection

  • Ergonomic Risk Reduction: Hypertherm's New Approach

  • How to Audit Your OSHA Recordkeeping Program and Worker's Compensation Program

  • Electrical Hazard Awareness for the Transmission & Distribution Systems

  • Mental Health First Aid Highlights

  • Maximize Safety With Less Staff Using Lean Practices

  • Happy Employees Don't Get Hurt: Using technology to better engage employees

  • What You Need To Know About Integrating Health & Wellness Into Your Safety Program

  • Human and Organizational Performance (HOP), Serious Injury and Fatality (SIF) Prevention, and Learning Teams

  • Prevent the #1 Leading Cause of Death in the Workplace

  • OSHA's Long Established Powered Industrial Truck Standard

  • A Hidden Safety Risk: Grief in the Workplace

Day 2 - Wednesday, May 24, 2023 - Session Topics:

  • Fail to Plan, Plan to Fall (to a Lower Level)

  • Understanding Lagging and Leading Indicators and Their Impacts of Operational Safety

  • Permit-Required Confined Space - Implementing Your Program in a Way That Makes Sense and Reduces Risk

  • Understanding the Value of Observation Feedback in Reducing Employee Risk in the Workplace

  • How Sugar Can Be Hazardous and Other Lessons About Combustible Dusts

  • Working with the Generations

  • Servant Leadership

  • Anhydrous Ammonia Hazards & Safe Handling

What past attendees have said about our conferences:
"Excellent classes -  learned a lot, well organized."
"It was a great conference with awesome information! Thank you so much!"
 "All sessions that I attended were relevant and I am looking forward to being able to review both the sessions that I attended in real-time, as well as the ones that I didn't get to see. That is truly a bonus. Great job, it was apparent the amount of work that the team put into this and I was very impressed."
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