To view the preliminary program for NSC Safety Council and Expo, check it out here
For a full schedule of the events go to the National Safety Council Congress & Expo page here
The National Safety Council Congress & Expo is an extensive event offering presentations, prime networking opportunities and a large expo, all of which will help you build business relationships and have fun while you’re at it!
Additional Onsite Networking Opportunities
Time Out Lounge
Located in a prime area on the Expo floor, use this area as a meeting place to do business as well as a pit stop for a quick refreshment. This area will contain televisions streaming sports coverage throughout the day.
Passport to Prizes
This is your opportunity to meet face-to-face with exhibiting companies from around the world that can help you find the latest solutions to your safety challenges. Participate in this experience and you could win prizes! You must visit all of the sponsors’ booths for a stamp in order to be eligible to win.
Some more tips to networking at NSC Congress & Expo:
- Eat meals with people you don’t know. Don’t just stick with your own circle of co-workers/friends- invite other people, sit with strangers. This is a simple way to network, and best of all, you have a built in ice-breaker; who doesn’t like talking about food?
- Attend after-parties, and have fun! But remember, while the alcohol is free, it is still a reflection of you. Moderate your intake so you remain professional.
- You’re there for networking, not dating. Be professional. Nothing will ruin your reputation faster than being THAT person.
- Don’t feel like attending the after-parties, but still want to network? Try using the app Meetup. If you’re getting in early, staying a day later, or just want to have a small gathering, putting together a Meetup is a great way to meet people in your industry/interests.
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Part of the internationally renowned global Build series in New York, London, Sydney, Glasgow and Auckland; features 150+ speakers across 8 conference tracks (Government Contracts & Policy, Sustainability, Real Estate, Architecture, BIM & Digital Construction, Health & Safety, Future Construction, and Skills Hub), as well as 22 AIA CES Workshops, 175+ exhibitors and a range of free-to-attend networking events.
This is a great opportunity for safety professionals in the construction industry to learn more and network.
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