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In a bipartisan effort to promote workplace safety, U.S. Senators Michael Enzi (R-WY) and Michael Bennet (D-CO) re-introduced legislation, S. 1878, to make the Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) a permanent part of workplace safety in American industry. VPP recognizes workers, managers and companies who use best practices that go above and beyond the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) minimum safety requirements to enhance workplace safety and health.  

The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants’ Association (VPPPA) is pleased to announce a partnership with the Tennessee Safety & Health Conference (TSHC) for the 2018 Safety+ Symposium. Both organizations will combine their efforts to hold a joint event, which will bring all attendees the same great educational workshops, networking and professional development they have come to expect from VPPPA.

Think your pet is cute enough to be in a magazine? The Autumn issue of The Leader is all about animals and safety. To celebrate, we are having a contest. Submit a photo of your dog, cat, bunny, pet rock, etc. and use #VPPPAnimals in the post. The post with the most "likes" will win a spot in The Leader AND a $100 gift card. Contest runs until September 21 at 4pm EST. We will announce the winner on Sept. 22. Good luck and say cheese!

 

The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants’ Association (VPPPA) is pleased to announce a partnership with the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP). Both organizations recognize the benefits of a collaborative partnership to improve occupational safety and health professionals and practitioners.

 

Currently there are no plans to cancel the Safety+ Symposium and it will continue as scheduled. The safety of our attendees is of the utmost importance and we will continue to monitor the situation and actively communicate with attendees via all mediums (email, website, social media) in the event anything changes.