2023 Wisconsin Safety Council Annual Conference

January 17, 2023

Meet SCS Engineers professionals at BOOTH 619 at the Wisconsin Safety Council’s 2023 Annual Conference April 17-19 at the Kalahari Resort in the Wisconsin Dells.

This is Wisconsin’s premier event highlighting health, safety, and human resource best practices challenges and solutions. The conference features over 50 educational sessions, 200 exhibitors, and 6 pre-conference professional development courses. CEUs will be available. In its 81st year, the conference provides a unique opportunity for professionals to share resources and experiences with colleagues, and to discuss views and concerns with a wide range of stakeholders. You will hear from top-notch speakers and attend sessions with the latest safety information.

Featured Speaker Travis Mills, Retired United States Army Staff Sergeant of the 82nd Airborne, will make you laugh, cry, laugh some more, and stand up and cheer as he shares his astonishing story of survival and unending service. One of only five quadruple amputees from the war in Iraq/Afghanistan, Travis is the NY Times Best-Selling Author of ‘Tough As They Come’ and one of the most critically acclaimed inspirational speakers in the world. A master of the one-liner, Travis’s infectious humor illuminates this remarkable story of resilience and overcoming adversity.

Keynote Speaker Glen Tellock, Retired President & CEO, Lakeside Foods & Manitowoc Company, will provide “A CEO’s Perspective: Building Successful Teams & Instilling a Culture of Safety”.  Glen spent three decades in leadership positions with a leading food processor and a manufacturer of construction equipment, and he knows that a strong culture of safety must come from the top. In a fireside chat, Glen will discuss his years as CEO, the challenges he faced, and how he overcame them. Glen will also address the need executives to lead by example when developing a world-class culture of safety.

Click for conference details and registration information.  We hope to see you there!



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