Trade Fair

The Health and Safety Conference Society of Alberta is proud to host its

16th Annual Health and Safety Conference and Trade Fair.

This conference attracts a wide range of exhibitors, facilitates high profile Keynote and Blockbuster speakers, and provides delegates a diverse and valued choice of session topics. The conference focuses on working together in occupational health and safety and  provides current information relevant to any industry.

The 16th Annual Health and Safety Conference and Trade Fair will be held at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel & Cofnerence Center, Banff, AB on October 26 & 27, 2017. The purpose of the Trade Fair is to showcase products and services that are of interest to the conference delegates.

Exhibitor registration for the 16th Annual Health & Safety Conference, will open Spring 2017.

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For a full list of 2016 exhibitors, please click here.


The Health and Safety Conference Society of Alberta (HSCSA) has no association with any Conference Directory nor any other listing company that may contact you. We neither endorse nor promote any directory or product.  If you have been contacted by a listing service, you may wish to contact the Competition Bureau in Ottawa or the Canadian Consumer Information Gateway for advice. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the HSCSA at 780-264-5558.

* The HSCSA is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged exhibitor items.*

Cancellations and Refunds Policy
Refunds will be subject to a 20% administration fee. No refunds will be issued after September 30, 2017. Substitutions will be accepted.

Comments from past exhibitors include:

“Great traffic, made some valuable contacts”
“Very well organized”
“Nice layout of the whole trade fair area – especially liked coffee/food to be in the trade fair area – allowed delegates more time to browse”
“Lots of interest in our booth”
“Lots of chances to network”
“High quality of attendees”
“Good value compared to other conferences”