The Chesapeake Region Safety Council hosts a variety of events throughout the calendar year. Each event is designed to present health and safety information to companies and their personnel, and to recognize outstanding safety performance in the area.
For more information, please contact us at 410-298-4770.
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CRSC 93rd Annual Meeting
June 1, 2016 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Enjoy an Evening Out in Historic Annapolis, Bring a Friend, Be Recognized for Your Safety Achievements.
Situated on the waterfront, the Museum provides the perfect setting for visitors to engage in interactive experiences that highlight the oyster and its role in shaping the history and the maritime culture of Annapolis. Artifacts as well as an 850-gallon oyster tank are on display to give visitors an understanding of the historic maritime culture that has made Annapolis what it is today.
26th Annual CRSC Conference
October 11, 2017 in Laurel, MD
Click here to view our 2017 Conference Website and for ALL INFO!
Mid Atlantic Construction Safety Conference and Expo
7th Annual Workplace Health and Wellness Symposium
Applications for 2017 Awards being accepted starting March 1, 2017 - Deadline is May 1, 2017
These annual awards are presented at the Annual Meeting on June 2
Award of Excellence - Recognition by the Chesapeake Region Safety Council for the Company that has achieved the highest level of safety performance within their organization through their safety activities to prevent accidental injury or death.
Sponsorship Award - Recognition by the Chesapeake Region Safety Council for the Company that has provided outstanding sponsorship of the safety council's activities.
Safety Professional of the Year - Recognition by the Chesapeake Region Safety Council for the Individual who has obtained outstanding safety record for their organization or achievement within the safety profession.
Most Improved Award - Recognition by the Chesapeake Region Safety Council for the company whose Incidence Rate improved the most, on a percentage basis, every year for three years beginning with 2013.