To Conference Attendees, Exhibitors & Speakers

A big thank you for helping us make the 18th Alberta Health & Safety Conference a big success! We are so excited to be back for a in person conference Thursday May 5 & Friday May 6, 2022.

Registration for attendees and exhibitors is now closed. If you would like to attend, we will be accepting day of registrations on site for attendees.


The Alberta Health & Safety Conference trade show - THE SAFETY HALL, provides exposure to innovative products, technologies, training agencies and associations. Looking for highly qualified, professional leads and maximum booth exposure?



Discover the latest in health and safety innovation and earn points toward various professional certifications. With high profile Keynote and Blockbuster speakers, and a diverse choice of session topics from broad-based to industry specific, there is something for everyone.


Interested in enhancing your reputation and visibility? We offer a range of exclusive sponsorship options, each corresponding to financial and/or product support.




Health and Safety While On Site

We will be following all COVID guidelines and mandates as outlined by the Province of Alberta and Alberta Health Services at the time of the conference. We are also working with NAIT to ensure the safety of all those in attendance. Effective February 28, NAIT is no longer requiring proof of vaccination for their staff and students, and contractors and tenants will not be required to provide proof. NAIT strongly recommends masks be worn in all indoor public spaces on campus and at NAIT facilities. As everyone will make a choice around masking that is best for them, please be kind and understanding in their decision.

First choice HSE event
in Western Canada

Preparing for the Unexpected: Lessons Learned is the theme that anchors an exciting, forward-looking conference. Together with inspiring thought leaders, occupational health and safety experts, and innovative trailblazers we will tackle the opportunities and challenges ahead. As Malcom X so aptly quoted – “The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.”