These organizations are some of our key partners in providing safety education programs through our Conference and other events.
Evergreen Safety Council
Your Partner in Safety since 1932. For more than 85 years Evergreen Safety Council (ESC) has set the standard in safety training, and consulting, providing safety resources to the organizations, individuals, and communities of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. ESC is a private, non-profit organization based in Kirkland, WA. ESC is designed to deliver the most current training programs and information to industrial and manufacturing employees, construction and road crews, as well as motor carriers and other drivers. ESC has a membership program that provides an easy, low-cost way to gain access to great information and resources for your organization. Membership is open for all seeking to improve the safety and health of their organizations, families, and communities.
University of Washington Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
The University of Washington Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences conducts research, teaching and service to study environmental and workplace factors that affect human health and prevent workplace injuries and illnesses. In addition to diverse faculty expertise in research and teaching, DEOHS has a strong continuing education program committed to delivering high quality professional development courses, building partnerships, and engaging regional communities to promote safe workplaces and sustainable environments.
Washington Department of Labor & Industries Division of Occupational Safety and Health
The Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) has been a Partner in Safety with the Governor’s Industrial Safety and Health Advisory Board and a co-sponsor of the Conference since 1949. DOSH develops safety and health rules; enforces workplace safety and health rules by inspecting worksites for unsafe working conditions; provides free on-site consultation and technical assistance to help Washington State employers aid in the prevention of industrial injuries and occupational diseases; provides free training, safety and health programs, and other resources to help prevent, find, and fix hazards.