2023 – we celebrate the Safety Council’s 100th Anniversary
Conference Dates: April 17-19, 2023 – Kalahari Resort, WI Dells
Wisconsin’s Safety Council’s Annual Conference is Wisconsin’s premier event highlighting health, safety and human resource best practices challenges and solutions. Our conference features 50+ educational sessions, 200 exhibitors and 6 pre-conference professional development courses. In its 81st year, our conference provides a unique opportunity for professionals to share resources and experiences with colleagues, and to discuss views and concerns with a wide range of stakeholders. You can expect to hear from the same top-notch speakers and attend sessions with the latest safety information.
Register for the Conference here (Registration opens Jan. 1, 2023)
April 17: Professional Development Courses (day prior to conference)
April 18-19: Conference Sessions & Expo
April 18: Networking Reception
*Once you have registered as a conference attendee, do not forget to sign-up below for the sessions you will be attending at the conference.
Sign up for conference sessions here (opens Jan. 1)
Tuesday’s Keynote Speaker: Travis Mills, Retired United States Army Soldier
Never Give Up. Never Quit!
Be prepared to laugh, cry, laugh some more, and stand up and cheer while listening to Travis Mills share his astonishing story of survival and unending service to his country and his fellow man. One of only five quadruple amputees from the war in Iraq/Afghanistan, Travis is the NY Times Best-Selling Author of ‘Tough As They Come’ and one of the most critically acclaimed inspirational speakers in the world. A master of the one-liner, Travis’ infectious humor turns his remarkable story of resilience and overcoming adversity into the highlight of any conference. As the founders of The Travis Mills Foundation, Travis and his wife Kelsey continue to serve hundreds of other injured service men and women, and their families, each year. “That bomb took my arms and it took my legs, I can’t change that. But it was up to me to decide if it would also take my spirit. It was up to me to decide to get back up, to never quit…and that is what I choose to do, every day.” – Travis Mills
Wednesday’s Keynote Speaker: Glen Tellock
A CEO’s Perspective: Building Successful Teams & Instilling a Culture of Safety
Glen Tellock spent three decades in leadership positions with a leading food processor and a manufacturer of construction equipment, and he knows that a strong culture of safety must come from the top. From the balance sheet to the safety log, he spent his career building teams that needed to succeed in every aspect of business. In a fireside chat, Glen will discuss his years as CEO of Lakeside Foods and The Manitowoc Company. The conversation will uncover challenges he faced and highlight how he was able to overcome them. Glen will also address the need for an executive to lead by example when developing a world-class culture of safety. This is sure to be a candid conversation that you won’t want to miss.
If you register by March 17 (Early Bird Pricing)
Members: 2-day conference registration $525; 1-day conference registration $375
Non-members: 2-day conference registration $600; 1-day conference registration $450
If you register after March 17
Members: 2-day conference registration $650; 1-day conference registration $425
Non-members: 2-day conference registration $725; 1-day conference registration $500
Pre-Conference Professional Development Courses (PDCs are not included in the conference pricing)
OSHA 10hr General Industry (April 17-18)
Safety Inspections (April 17)
Team Safety (April 17)
Lift Truck Operator, Train-the-Trainer (April 17)
Basics of Industrial Hygiene (April 17)
Continuing Education Units
You will receive .1 CEU for every hour of class time.
Session Handouts will be available 1 week prior to the conference
Meet the 200 Exhibitors
Visit the Expo Hall and learn about the latest products, services and technologies to enhance your performance as a safety professional.
Tuesday, April 18 from 4-5PM
All conference attendees, speakers and exhibitors are invited.
A block of rooms has been set aside for conference attendees at the Kalahari Resort. Use this link to reserve your room and receive the special rate starting at $144 per night single/double occupancy for regular rooms. https://book.passkey.com/e/50412454. You must be a registered conference attendee to receive the rates. Reservations must be received by March 17 and the block is for nights of April 16-19.
Commitment to Safety Sponsors
Corporate Safety Awards
Your Conference Contact
Wisconsin Safety Council
501 E. Washington Avenue, Madison, WI 53703