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LUNCHES INCLUDED WITH EACH FULL DAY REGISTRATION
BUSINESS EXPO WEDNESDAY
NETWORK SOCIAL AFTER EXPO (includes hors doeuvres and drinks)
THURSDAY LUNCHEON KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Keith Bardney
The featured Keynote Speaker, Keith Bardney, is the Lead Consultant and Coach for KYB Consulting and Coaching (KYBCC) and author of
the book: Creating A Zero-Incident Culture: Getting employees to work safely when management is
not around. Keith is known for guaranteeing safety results through a proven safety system and laser focused
activities in terms of getting employees engaged in the safety process by taking ownership, forming selfdirected
teams, assisting with goal setting, identifying areas of risk and developing safety solutions in a team
environment. His ultimate vision is to take a culture from a dependent stage to an independent stage and
finally to an interdependent stage.
Keith has his CSP (Certified Safety Professional) designation and is an active member of the American
Society of Safety Engineers. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety from Illinois State University,
and has a Master’s degree in OSH/Environmental Management from Columbia Southern University. Overall,
he has been in the food industry for 33 years handling health and safety for over 28 of those years. Keith
established KYBCC in 1997. His work experience also includes quality control, research and development,
production supervision and human resource management.
OVER 75 SESSIONS
This annual educational event features excellent speakers on relevant topics in safety, health and environmental issues. Full and half day seminars in addition to shorter topic sessions.
Attendees receive the most up-to-date information immediately applicable to the workplace.
CEUs (for CSP recertification) approved. Simply sign in each day or half day attending. ASSE records and retains this information for seven years for ASSE members. ASSE education transcripts and CEUs earned are available by contacting (847) 699-2929 or email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference qualifies for CM points for CIHs. The approval process for CM points has been replaced by ABIH (see ABIH website for information).