Join us for our 50th Annual
New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference!
April 6 & 7, 2021
It's the 50th year of the New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference! Join us as we celebrate this milestone with motivating keynote speakers, over 20 different breakout sessions, an interactive vendor hall with the latest in safety products and services, peer networking, sponsorship opportunities and Continuing Education Credits!
NSCNNE and the New Hampshire Conference Planning Committee are committed to bringing the latest information and resources to safety and health professional through dynamic and innovative speakers covering today's most significant health and safety concerns. These are LIVE sessions allowing conference attendees to interact and ask questions directly of the subject matter experts. Topics to be covered include:
KEYNOTE SPEAKER APRIL 6th
Lisa X. Walden
Co-Founder at Good Company Consulting
Leadership & Communications Expert
Lisa X. Walden is a speaker, strategist, and consultant dedicated to helping businesses create authentic, empowering workplaces. Her presentations deliver action oriented insights that help people better connect, collaborate, and communicate.
As co-founder of Good Company Consulting, her work is centered on the (strangely revolutionary) concept that people and strategy don’t have to be mutually exclusive. She takes a holistic approach to workplace strategy, keeping human beings - arguably the most valuable resources - at front and center. Lisa’s speeches focus on how to maintain thriving cultures, best-practices for mindful communication practices, and tactics for nurturing the single most important component of a healthy work environment—trust.
ADAPTATION AND EVOLUTION IN THE FUTURE OF WORK
KEYNOTE SPEAKER APRIL 7th
President, Crown Point Cabinetry
Mr. Stowell will tell you the story of how Crown Point Cabinetry transformed from a company that believed “accidents happen” to becoming a safety first operation.
Attendees will experience the journey that brought Crown Point Cabinetry to where they are today, in addition to sharing stories of risks taken, mistakes they made and lessons learned. These stories will also embrace our adventure in drug testing. Every attendee will discover something to relate to!
TRANSFORMING COMPANY SAFETY PRACTICES
CLOSING PRESENTATION APRIL 7th
FINDING THE SILVER LINING
There have been many difficulties and challenges that have arisen during the COVID 19 pandemic. Companies have needed to adapt quickly in an ever-changing business environment. Amidst the major economic and safety challenges that arose in 2020, many companies also discovered some silver linings that made their businesses even stronger and more relevant during these difficult times. Join our closing panel to learn about some of the challenges our panelists faced in the past year and how their companies were able to find that elusive silver lining!
BREAKOUT SESSIONS APRIL 6 & 7, 2021
Reducing the Risk of Airborne Transmission of COVID-19 and other Airborne Pathogens in the Built Environment
PFAS- Polyfluoroalkyl Substances
COVID-19 Wastewater Surveillance: An Early Detection Approach
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY
Preparing for A Compliance Inspection in A Virtual World
Understanding Hand Protection in Manufacturing and Construction
Updated NFPA-70e: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
Chemical Safety Management
Working with the Generations
Risk Management General Duty
ISO 45001- Making the Case for Certification
Integrating Collaborative Robots: Hypertherm's experience with integrating collaborative robots in the workplace
Safety Math Explained: The True Numbers of Safety
Writing Successful Safety Professional Award Nominations
Changing a Safety Culture
Diversity & Inclusion: Enhancing Workplace H&S
WELLNESS / ERGONOMICS
Ergonomics in Construction
Kids and Cars
Putting Your Shoulder Into It; How to Prevent Injuries
Home Ergonomics Survival Guide
EMERGENCY PLANNING / SECURITY
DDC Commercial Vehicles
Drug Clearinghouse Updates & Hours of Service Changes
Driving Fleet Safety with Z15.1