Thank you to all attendees who joined us May 5 & 6, 2022 for our first in person conference since 2020. Below are details from the 19th Alberta Health & Safety Conference.
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. This conference focuses on working together in occupational health and safety and provides current information relevant to any industry.
Also, enjoy exploring a wide range of exhibitors in THE SAFETY HALL - our Trade Show area.
2022 Attendee Conference Rates
- $599.00 Early Bird Full Conference (first 100 registrations, or until February 22, 2022)
- $699.00 Full Conference Registration
- $449.00 One Day Registration
- $349.00 Student Registration
- $129.00 One Day Entrance to the Safety Hall (Thursday or Friday)
- $59.00 Social Event Only
- All prices are plus applicable taxes
- Note - Accommodations are not included in the conference prices. Please see our hotels page for more information.
Inclusions With 2022 Conference Rate
- Continental breakfast, coffee breaks and lunches on both days
- Access to all conference sessions on both days
- Access to the Social Event Thursday evening
- Wifi – available throughout the PIC building
Additional 2022 Considerations
- Breakfast with Bob Gray
- Conference enhancement package
- Parking passes
- First aid kits
- Note - all additional considerations have a charge, please see our registration form for more details.
2022 Conference Program
Conference sessions may be eligible for professional development credits/points. The Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP), for example, may provide Certification Maintenance (CM) points for eligible conference activities including presentations, lectures, breakouts, Q&A, exams, event overview, event recaps, and discussions. It excludes: generic welcome speeches, participant introductions, breaks, meals, networking, exhibitor time, round tables or discussions with unspecified topics, and social tours. For more information, visit the BCRSP website.
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