April 19-21 | Cosumnes River College, Sacramento
On-line Registration is Available
Goals of the Expo:
Develops and delivers a comprehensive training and education forum that will help eliminate and/or greatly reduce workplace injuries; provides a trade show that allows workers and supervisors access to manufacturers and suppliers of safety products, tools, equipment and services; promote the advancement of new technology, ideas and processes by recognizing individuals through the Safety Innovation Awards competition; continually strive to develop partnerships with trade partners; other industries, and organizations that share similar goals.
Education | Trade Show | Safety Innovations Award | Value
60 topics and more than 125 sessions! The Expo once again focuses on compliance, certification, hands-on skills, management and financial workshops, The Expo will be offering topics on the Top 10 OSHA Violations.
The 2011 Safety Expo sessions will help your company cut costs while preventing injuries on the shop floor, as well as the job site through synergistic training involving aspects of both general and construction industry segments. This event is recognized for its commitment to safety, and the importance placed on developing people through training. Progressing employees at all levels that are competent in safety, i.e., those that possess the knowledge, skills, and experience to perform safety, consistently is critical to any operation. The Expo provides this invaluable training at $50 for members of the Builders Exchange and $65 to nonmembers for all THREE days, not per day! This is a huge cost savings compared to similar sessions being offered at much higher fees. Classes such as the Federal OSHA 10 and the Cal/OSHA 10 are usually priced from $250 to $350. Accident Investigation is normally priced from $300 to $400. Scaffold certification can be as much as $500 or more, and high voltage electrical safety often go for $700 each or $1,400 for certification.
Back for 2011 is the partnership between the Public Equipment Managers association (PEMA)* and the Expo.
*PEMA is an information and networking organization whose member base consists of fleet managers, supervisors, mechanics, and parts technicians from public fleets in Northern California along with other professionals in the vehicle and equipment field.
"Partnership Marketplace" Trade Show
For 2011, the Expo features a modified trade show and schedule - this year, the trade show will be two days, Tuesday, April 19 and Wednesday, April 20 so that exhibitors will have the maximum amount of time to display their products and services. The Partnership Marketplace presents a tabletop exhibit format along with standard but limited 8'x10' booth space. Exhibiting companies can reach a wider audience by displaying and demonstrating products, services, innovations, and technology related to their businesses. The Safety Expo trade show enhancesthe informational and educational value for attendees, as well as provide the opportunity for the exchange of ideas and solutions together with valuable input from the Expo supplier community.
Safety Innovations Award
The 2011 Safety Advisory Council will review, vote and select one product or procedure as the "2011 Safety Innovations" award recipient. Winners will be presented during the Safety Expo, April 19-21 at Cosumnes River College. Entries will receive publicity in the event's pre- and post- Expo marketing materials, as well as on the www.sacsafetyexpo.com web site. Applications will be considered for any product or procedure no more than five years old. Information to submit entries for 2011 click here: 2011.Entry.Form.pdf 2011.Purpose.pdf and to view the award recipients for the 2010 Safety Innovator on The Year Award: 2010 Safety Innovation Award Recipients.
Expo attendee registration fees provide you with unlimited access to more than 120 sessions and 60 topics April 19-21 over the three days of the conference, not per day! These workshops are comprehensive in content and run from 1 - 8 hours in length, (some over a two-day time period to specific compliance courses).* The Safety Expo also extends a group discount for multiple registrations (10 or more) from the same company.
Employers are faced with many challenges, and an unhealthy economy has fostered a greater sense of uncertainty relative to organizational sustainability. Many employers have no choice but to tighten their belts and make significant sacrifices; "doing more with less" has become synonymous for many.
Training and education is a fundamental cornerstone to any successful organization. During periods of economic decline, there are many challenges for employers to maintain their existing training levels while coping with shrinking budgets. Even if you only have $65* in your budgets for safety training, this is the only program where you can find 70 quality topics and 130 sessions condensed in only three days at that price.
Registration | Pricing
$50 - Members of the Builders Exchange - Early Registration - Deadline to qualify for this rate is Friday, April 8, 2011.
$40 - Multiple Employee Discount - you must have 10 or more employees from the same company to qualify for this registration discount. There is no deadline for this fee to be available to multiple employees sending 10 or more from same company - to qualify for this discount, please contact Heidi Hughes directly to register - 916-442-8991 ext. 121.
$65 - Nonmembers - Early Registration - Deadline to qualify for this rate is Friday, April 8, 2011.
$50 - Multiple Employee Discount - you must have 10 or more employees from the same company to qualify for this registration discount. There is no deadline for this fee to be available to multiple employees sending 10 or more from same company - to qualify for this discount, please contact Heidi Hughes directly to register - 916-442-8991 ext. 121.
$100 - Members and Nonmembers - On-site registration - this rate is available after April 8, 2011 and on-site.
*Some sessions have add-on fees for certifications and material costs that goes directly to the instructor to help cover these costs.
The Safety Expo still provides the greatest return on your training investment dollar