More than 300 People Attend Southern Oregon Safety Conference
ASHLAND, Ore. -- About 80 different organizations from Oregon, Washington and California are in Ashland for the 26th Southern Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Conference.
"We are making safety be the thing they think about all day and the thing they do all day long because that is what keeps them safe and keeps them going home to their families which is what we want," said Chair Tanya Haakinson.
There are a variety of session including industrial hygiene, workplace wellness and violence prevention.
The conference started on October 11 and will go on until October 13th. Organizations and business can still register for the last day. If you'd like to sign up, you can CLICK HERE.