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Call for Speakers


If you are interested in sharing your expertise, real-world strategies and knowledge with other safety professionals – we need you! Montana Safety Services Council, a not-for-profit educational association, exists primarily to improve safety culture. We are looking for volunteers to speak at our 20th Annual LEPC/ASSE/MSSC Safety Conference, March3-5, 2015. As a speaker, you receive one complimentary full-conference registration. One of our premier objectives is to provide safety professionals, decision makers and employees at all levels, with knowledge, resources and training that will enable them to enhance the safety culture in their workplace, as well as provide emergency responders with improved tools and resources for emergency preparedness.

Below are several topics under their respective conference tracks to select from. If you have another topic you would like to share, let us know.

If you are able to present at our 2015 conference, please provide your contact information and the topic of your presentation to Cyndi@aehr.org. We will promptly reply back to you.


Management Path

  • Making Safety Part of Your Corporate Strategy
  • Advancing your Career: From Safety Leadership to Strategic Partner
  • Should the Safety Department Manage Safety?
  • Your Culture and Keeping Employee Morale High In Changing Times
  • Applied Professional Ethics
  • Supervisors – Your Best Safety Resource… Sometimes
  • Talk is Cheap: It’s Not What You Say but What You Do that Makes You a Leader

Safety & Health Path

  • Highway Workzone Safety
  • What an Effective Workers’ Compensation Program Needs to Include
  • Revised Electrical Transmission and Distribution Standard
  • Scaffold
  • Whole Worker Health-NIOSH
  • Risk Management Program
  • Silica Fracking?
  • Another Hour of Blah, Blah, Blah? Engaging Your Safety Committee

Emergency Responder Path

  • Practicing Emergency Preparedness: The Key to a Successful Failure –
  • Disaster Management
  • The Active Shooter Threat –
  • OSHA’s Roles and Activities in Protecting the Safety and Health of Workers during Disaster Response
  • Safety & Health in Emergency Management
  • Communications
  • Emerging Technologies