Coronavirus concerns cancel in-person sessions and expo

Online-only component goes on as scheduled

 

We have cancelled Ohio Safety Congress & Expo 2020 scheduled for March 11-13 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center due to concerns surrounding COVID-19.
 
The online option will go on as scheduled, including the conference kick-off Wednesday morning and keynote address by NFL Hall of Famer Anthony Muñoz. The more than 8,500 who registered for the in-person event will be automatically enrolled for the online event.
 
Registration for the online component is available here
 
“The health and safety of Ohioans remain our top concern, and we must take every precaution to protect our citizens,” said BWC Administrator/CEO Stephanie McCloud.
 
The in-person component of safety congress will not be rescheduled this year due to the size and scope of the event. Attendees looking to attain continuing education credits are encouraged to review the sessions offered through the online option.
 
BWC encourages participation in next year’s event, March 31 to April 2, 2021.

                                                     

 

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March 27 deadline to complete online evaluation for credit

If you were an OSC online participant and have not completed session evaluations for attendance credit, you must do so by the end of this week.

Visit the OSConline for more details.
 


New online attendance option for OSC 2020

For the first time, we’re offering an online attendance option – a live broadcast of sessions and reports from the event you can watch from anywhere. It’s the next best thing to being there. Click here for more information and registration.


The online component  provides the opportunity to secure continuing education credits for professionals in the health care, human resources, safety, and legal communities. The 8,600 who registered for the in-person event will be enrolled automatically for the online event.
 
Safety congress’s kickoff session at 9:30 Wednesday morning is still scheduled, but for an online audience only. The in-person component will not be rescheduled this year due to the size and scope of the event. Attendees looking to attain continuing education credits are encouraged to review the sessions offered through the online option.