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VPPPA Announces Next Level Safety

The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants’ Association (VPPPA) is excited to launch a new learning experience for safety and health professionals called Next Level Safety. This virtual safety conference will be held April 20-21, 2021.

“We take pride in listening to our members. During these unprecedented times, we’ve listened and responded with the education, training and resources they need to continue to be safe at work and at home,” said Terry Schulte, chairperson, VPPPA.

After surveying the membership and analyzing the results, VPPPA is offering a two-day event covering topics gleaned straight from the issues members are experiencing on the front lines. Next Level Safety attendees will have 24 top-quality educational workshops to choose from within a three-track program: VPP, OSHA and New to Safety.

Each workshop is 45-minutes long, which includes time for a question-and-answer session with the speaker.

“We are working closely with OSHA to organize this conference. New OSHA guidelines, new safety measures, and how to incorporate both into your already busy schedule, is a challenge for all of us,” added Schulte. “Join us in April as we address concerns from the safety, regulation and practical side of coming to terms with our new normal.”

For more information, visit https://www.vpppa.org.

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