[Download the 2020 Symposium Brochure, which includes the Call for Speakers/Presenters, HERE.]
The goals of the annual WSO Symposium always include broadening collaboration among the various sectors of the safety field, building professional skills and knowledge, strengthening professionalism within the membership, broadening networking opportunities, and raising awareness of the value and impact of “Making Safety a Way of Life…Worldwide.”
You’ll connect with leaders, experts, elected officials, and changemakers of today and tomorrow, who are all committed to promoting the continuous advancement of safety and accident prevention technology and striving for a universal level of professionalism and competence among its members and all professionals and practitioners in the multi-discipline of occupational and environmental safety, health and accident prevention.
WSO Symposiums are known for a unique, friendly atmosphere, providing an opportunity for corporate managers and executives, SH&E professionals, advocates of safety and accident prevention, leaders of safety organizations, and WSO members from around the world to network and connect, exchange information, learn about new programs, and gain professional knowledge at a variety of breakout sessions. The WSO Symposium is always the gathering of friends and colleagues, a place to improve performance, and meet new people in the safety field.
WSO Global Safety Roundtable
What better way to round off Opening Day than to hear powerful stories from your colleagues about their own expeditions at work and in life that have led them or those around them to better health and wellness…where ideas are shared, assumptions are tested, and participants are asked to view a perspective through a different lens.
Suggestions, comments, resolutions, etc., of the Roundtable discussion are formatted for submission to governmental legislation and Missions of the United Nations (UN), International Labor Organization (ILO), World Health Organization (WHO), and similar rule-making groups on the local, national and international levels.
The Symposium provides a unique opportunity for corporate managers and executives, safety, health & environmental professionals, advocates of safety and accident prevention, leaders of safety organizations and WSO members from around the world where the WSO is represented through the WSO International/ National Offices, WSO Chapters, and individual members.
Participation in the Symposium provides a forum for information exchange, networking, professional contact with other members, safety professionals, but most of all, learning about new programs and professional knowledge at sessions, panels and workshops presented during the Symposium.
As a part of the program, Symposium participants are invited to take part in the “WSO Global Safety Roundtable” discussion where the suggestions, comments, resolutions, etc., will be formatted for submission to governmental legislation and Missions of the United Nations (UN), International Labor Organization (ILO), World Health Organization (WHO), and similar rule-making groups on the local, national and international levels.
Symposium topics generally include, but are not limited to occupational safety and health, environmental safety and health, ergonomics, systems safety management, security, industrial hygiene, hazardous materials management, transportation safety, construction safety, off-the-job safety, recreational safety, safety of the workplace, disaster preparedness, and legislative topics on the national and global scale. CEU’s (USA only) will be awarded through the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri, USA ($20 fee).
The Symposiums of the World Safety Organization are always international in scope. WSO members from Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and the Americas are frequent participants at the WSO Symposiums and Congresses.
Representatives from state and federal agencies are invited to provide updates on newest laws and regulations relevant to the safety industry.
Located just minutes away from all of the excitement of the glittering Las Vegas Strip and Las Vegas Convention Center, Tuscany Suites & Casino provides a relaxing getaway perfect for business travelers, a long weekend with friends or your next family vacation.
Inspired by the Tuscany region of Northern Italy, the all-suite hotel boasts a warm and welcoming atmosphere surrounded by lush gardens, some of the largest standard hotel suites in the city, and thoughtful amenities to ensure the most comfortable stay possible. Tuscany Suites & Casino will truly be your Las Vegas home away from home.
The Tuscany has blocked rooms for WSO Symposium participants at the discounted rate of $75 (net) per night Sunday through Thursday, single or double occupancy and $129 (net) per night Friday and Saturday.
Please contact the Tuscany directly by telephone at 1-877-887-2261 no later than September 3, 2020, to make your reservation. You may also book online:
- Go to https://tuscanylv.webhotel.microsdc.us/
- Input arrival/departure dates
- Input WSO’s group code (2010WORLD)
WSO Awards Banquet
The WSO Awards Banquet is scheduled on Monday evening, October 5, to honor the individuals, corporations, organizations, and other groups for their concerns in the protection of people, property, resources, and the environment. The banquet is always a highlight of the Symposium, so we hope you will make plans to attend.
Award winners will be recognized, as well as other special honorees including distinguished guests, board members, and committee members. The banquet is included in the registration fee for Symposium attendees, and you may purchase tickets for your guests for $55 each.
A list of all WSO Awards, along with the requirements for each, may be found HERE, or you may request a copy of the Guidelines by contacting the WSO World Management Center by phone or email: +1-660-747-3132, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for nominations is June 1.
- To pay by credit card, you may register online or call the WSO-WMC to make a payment over the phone.
- To pay with check, bank draft, or money order, please download the registration form and mail with payment.
- To pay through Western Union, please download the registration form and email to email@example.com with the MCTN from your Western Union receipt. NOTE: Western Union transactions must be payable to World Safety Organization, Attn: Stephanie Jewell, 106 W. Young Ave, Ste. F, PO Box 518, Warrensburg MO 64093 USA.
Please contact WSO-WMC if you need additional information or assistance:
WSO World Management Center
106 W. Young Avenue, Suite F
PO Box 518
Warrensburg MO 64093 USA
Phone 660.747.3132 | Fax 660.747.2647