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Learn Best-in-Class Contractor Management and Ergonomics at PPSA Conference

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The 4-day educational program at PPSA’s 75th Annual Safety and Health Conference is easily living up to "the event you can’t miss" if you are in the workplace safety profession!
 
Two additional educational sessions have just been announced:
  • Dr. Robert Cannon will be returning to lead a highly engaging discussion on ergonomics in the workplace. 
  • Richard Cerenzio from ISN will present a practical education session titled What is Best in Class Contractor Management? 
Relax, Recharge, and Return with Strategies that Work for You
 
Nearly 300 workplace safety professionals will meet at the breathtaking Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club in St. Petersburg, Fla., USA, for vital education and critical industry updates, networking and idea sharing, and an action-packed exhibition where attendees can see what’s new and next from top suppliers and consultants.
 
REGISTRATION OPEN NOW FOR EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS
 
Attendees and organizations can save money if they register before May 1.  
 
 
The full conference schedule, including additional education sessions, keynote, and networking activities, is available here.  
 
Meet the Speakers::
Richard Cerenzio serves as ISN’s Corporate HSEQ Senior Director.  Previous oversight includes ISN’s Contractor Development and Downstream Petrochemical Divisions.  Prior to joining ISN, Mr. Cerenzio spent 18 years in Global HSEQ Senior Management within the petrochemical, facilities, road maintenance and copper mining industries.  
 
Cerenzio is a long-standing ASSE member and currently serves on various NSC Campbell Institute Workgroups, the NORA Oil & Gas Council, and the NCCER Workforce Development Committee.  
 
Over the past 35 years Robert Cannon has provided safety management and injury prevention training to an extraordinarily diverse variety of industries. As a SafeStart consultant and ergonomic specialist, Cannon successfully bridges the gap between ergonomics and human error as it relates to injury reduction. His participatory sessions create a fun and interactive environment. His teaching style is one of audience engagement and sharing of experiences both good and bad to encourage the attendee to make better decisions to reduce at-risk behavior at home and at work.
 
Find out more on the PPSA Conference Website.
 

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