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51st Annual New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference!

June 7th-8th, 2022 at the Sheraton Nashua Hotel

(An In-Person Event with a Live Webinar Option)

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"Resetting Safety With An Ever-Changing Normal"

In it's 51st year, the New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference is returning to the Sheraton Nashua Hotel (newly remodeled and formerly the Radisson Nashua.) After 3 long years since we all met together in the same room, this IN-PERSON event will also feature a LIVE WEBINAR option!

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!

FOR YOUR SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS...

Updated on 6/6/2022: 

New Hampshire is currently at low to moderate levels of COVID transmission (CDC Transmission Map), therefore, wear a mask based on your personal preference informed by your personal level of risk. (If you live in an area of high transmission rates, the CDC recommends wearing a well-fitting mask indoors in public, regardless of vaccination status or individual risk.)

* Please practice social distancing and frequent hand washing.

* Anyone feeling ill should not attend. (registrations can be switched from in-person to virtual at no charge.)

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

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OPENING KEYNOTE SPEAKER JUNE 7TH

The Pandemic is Over...Right?

Deborah R Roy, MPH, RN, COHN-S, CIT, CSP, FASSP, FAAOHN 

President, SafeTech Consultants, Inc.

Phew! The pandemic is over...right? So what exactly is an Endemic disease and what is my company supposed to do next in regards to employee safety & health?!

 

Deborah Roy returns to the New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference to update us all on pandemic planning during this ever-changing normal and will address important information and questions including:

  • What is an Endemic disease?

  • Which workplace metrics to inform controls?

  • How to control risks in my organization?

  • Where do I find additional resources?

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OPENING KEYNOTE SPEAKER JUNE 8TH

How Camping in The Great Outdoors Has Changed and Continues to Change

Alan F. Lambert, Adventure Impact Advisors

Al Lambert recently retired as the National Director of Outdoor Adventures for the Boy Scouts of America… a role in which he supported the delivery of outstanding outdoor programs through summer camps, jamboree’s and high adventure programs across America.  Al will discuss the impact that COVID has had on the outdoors, changes that the summer camp community has made as a result of the pandemic, and the relationship of safety professionals with program delivery staff as they seek to serve an exploding market in the outdoors.

He and his wife have launched Adventure Impact Advisors – whose goal is to help those in the outdoor community design and deliver amazing experiences that will impact new families in the outdoors.

Tuesday, June 7, 2022 - Breakout Sessions
  • Behavior Based Safety
  • ​Being Proactive for an OSHA Inspection
  • Case Management - Workers Comp
  • Combustible Dust
  • Defensive Driving Plans and Policies
  • EEOC Harassment Prevention & "Kindness" Training
  • Electrical Safety Audits
  • Get Your Update Here - Ergonomics Tools
  • Hiring Safety Professionals
  • How Does EPA's General Duty Clause Change the Game for Using Chemicals??
  • It's Not a Health and Safety Issue; It's the People
  • Leveraging the Health & Safety Resources Around You; Hint, It's Not Google!
  • Leveraging Technology: Resilient Safety Programs in 2022 and Beyond
  • Maximize Safety with Less Staff Using Lean Practices
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Robotics in Manufacturing: Hypertherm's Experience with Integrating Robotics into Manufacturing Operations
  • Updates to ELDT and Clearinghouse
  • Working with the Generations
Wednesday, June 8, 2022 - Breakout Sessions
  • Early Symptom Intervention (ESI) - How to Prevent OSHA Recordable Injuries and Work Comp Claims
  • Freeze Frame – a photographic audit
  • Heat Injury and Illness Prevention
  • Leveraging the Safety & Health Resources Around You: Hint, It’s Not Google
  • OSHA BLS Update
  • Permit Required Confined Spaces – Alternate Entry? Reclassification? How to Effectively Manage your Program and Reduce the Hazards of your PRCS’s
  • UPS Driver Selection​​
  • Working at Elevated Heights
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CLOSING PANEL DISCUSSION

HOW BUSINESSES ADAPTED DURING THE PANDEMIC AND HOW THEY CONTINUE TO ADAPT

  • Nicole Carrier - Throwback Brewery

  • Laurie Gilbert - Signs of Learning Program

  • Amy Madeira - UPS

  • Christopher Rousseau - Great Brook Academy

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!"
"The conference was much more user friendly then what I assumed it was going to be. You all did a wonderful job with the conference!"
"Just a note that even though I would have attended the in person conference, I have found the virtual program presented extremely well. Thank you and your team for doing so."
 "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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