Safety Leadership Conference will provide certificates of attendance for each session. Those sessions may be eligible for recertification points towards the maintenance requirement of the BCSP credential. Please see the BCSP Recertification Guide for complete details: www.bcsp.org/safety-certifications/recertification.

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

10:00 AM - 11:15 AM (EST)
KeynoteAntoinette Tuff Conversation in the Crosshairs: How to Create a Psychologically Safe Workplace

“We are going to all die today.” On August 20, 2013, Antoinette Tuff, a school bookkeeper, heard those words and made a life changing choice. Rather than  run in fear from a potential school shooter waving an AK-47 assault rifle, she chose to stay and negotiate. 

Antoinette used “Tuff Tactics: Compassion, Confidence and Control” to convince the shooter to put down the weapon and surrender. That day she saved more than 1,000 lives at the Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy in the Atlanta metro area. Today, she has become a strong proponent of how a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion can help promote safety within the workplace. Learn from this nationally-recognized speaker how to protect your company from workplace violence while creating an inclusive environment for everyone.


Antoinette Tuff - Keynote Speaker – Workplace & School Violence Expert – Student Safety Expert – Thought Leader – Author – Community Safety Advocate

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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (EST)
KeynoteBrian Kuebler The Long Blink - The True Story of Trauma, Forgiveness and One Man's Fight for Safer Roads

Meet Brian Kuebler, the author of the book, The Long Blink, and the main character, Ed Slattery, as they discuss this true story of surviving unimaginable tragedy to become an advocate for safer roads.

Brian Kuebler - Author
Ed Slattery - Highway Safety Advocate

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Thursday, November 12, 2020

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (EST)
KeynoteJay Harf 2020: The Evolution of the Safety Leader

The emergence of COVID-19 has catapulted workplace safety to the forefront of every U.S. household discussion. The value of the safety professional is now recognized as workers across the nation look up to EHS leaders for knowledge. Join Jay Harf, vice president of Environment, Health, Safety, and Sustainability at L'Oréal as he discusses the evolving role of the safety professional. Discover takeaways and best practices to improve your processes and initiatives.

Speaker: Jay Harf - Vice President of Environment, Health, Safety and Sustainability, L'Oréal

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