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The National Safety Council Expo
Chicago, United States - 15th to 17th October 2007
Exhibition / trade show

The National Safety Council Congress (12 to 19 october) & Expo (15 to 17 Oct) is the WORLD�S LARGEST annual event for safety, health and environmental professionals and is ranked among the Top 200 tradeshows in the nation by Tradeshow Week.
With over 830 exhibiting companies, the Expo is a forum where safety, health, environmental, and security manufacturers display and demonstrate an extensive range of products and services.

This year�s Congress is your opportunity to listen to renowned keynote speakers, attend a variety of the 140 quality technical sessions as well as the 32, one to five day thought-provoking professional development seminars, and earn CEUs!

15th to 17th October 2007

McCormick Place

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