Register now for the
Annual Safety Forum
September 15-19, 2014 in Scottsdale, AZ at the
(For your travel arrangements, PHX is approx 20 minutes from the hotel/conference site. By the way, Chaparral Suites Hotel does provide a complimentary airport shuttle. Cont’l breakfast & lunch will be provided throughout the week, including those registered for Pre-Con Classes starting on Monday)
Monday & Tuesday – 2 day ISO or HSO Academies run 8:30AM-4:30PM
Tuesday: “Pre-cons” start at 8:30AM with evening Welcome Reception for Attendees starting at 5:00PM
Wednesday: Opening Ceremony 8:30AM
Thursday: Vendor Displays, General Sessions & Breakouts 7:30AM-4:30PM
Friday: Conference Ends at Noon
Join safety officers from across the country for a week full of education, awareness and networking! All are welcome to attend!
Scroll down to view full list of presenters, agenda, displaying vendor information, download flyer, etc.
**September 16th Welcome Reception, sponsored by Masimo, features special guest Randolph Mantooth**
**Two Easy Registration Options for GENERAL ATTENDEES**
1. Familiar with using our site? Click here to log in, register & pay: Online REGISTRATION
2. If you’d rather get an invoice, just complete this simple registration form and we’ll contact you right away:
NAEMT EMS Safety brochure (offered Tuesday, September 16th )
Nationally recognized presenters include:
Dennis Compton, Charlie Dickinson, Dave Dodson, Billy Hayes, Ron Dennis, Henry Costo, Paul Nelson, Ed Nied, Bruce Evans, Michael Szczygiel, Jennifer Groves, Randolph Mantooth, Dr. Jeff Burgess, John Oates, Jeff Dyar, Meghan Rovig, Victor Stagnaro, Rick Mason, Kara Stanek, Thomas Benavidez,
Kim Favorite, Dr. Wayne Peate, Matt Tobia, John Gulotta, Shane Ray, Shadd Whitehead, Steve Kerber, Gary West
Vendors: Interested in displaying your Products & Services at the Safety Forum?
Learn more and register online today!
Also available, a printable Vendor Registration form.
The Fire Department Safety Officer Tribute
While firefighters strive to get the job done, the fire department safety officer ensures we’re #1.
While operating on a scene, from above or below, survival is our mission, starting centuries ago.
The fire department safety officer: that “tap on the shoulder”
Works hard in their job, to ensure we get older.
Operating to remind us, before conditions worsen,
The safety officers mission, albeit it a challenge….each and every person.
Often thankless and difficult, they may feel alone,
But we salute their efforts, to insure we all go home.
By: Billy Goldfeder