Why should you attend our Certified Safety Manager course in Chicago in June?

The number one reason why students attend our course is “I want to know how to be an effective safety trainer”. If this is you, then you must attend this exciting training event. Not convinced?

Chicago in June is one of the most beautiful and diverse destinations for a safety professional, with music, art, food, and activities that are sure to make it an experience you won’t soon forget.

Take a walk through some of the world’s tallest and most innovative structures and experience history in action. While you’re out, you can visit the breweries you love, including Goose Island, Revolution, and Lagunitas, all offering tours and taprooms to check out.

If sports are more your thing, Chicago has plenty to offer. The Cubs will be playing a 4-game series throughout the week at home against the Atlanta Braves and the White Sox will be playing a home game against the Minnesota Twins on Friday.

Experiencing genuine stuffed deep-dish pizza alone is reason enough to visit Chicago, but there is plenty of great food this city has to offer. Alongside many great restaurants and bars, other local specialties include dripping Italian beef sandwiches loaded with sweet peppers and giardiniera, Chicago-style hot dogs, and popcorn. You’ll have no shortage of great food while you’re visiting.

In the world of safety, it’s always nice to know that the people who have your back have the best training possible. NASP understands which is why we’re offering a 20% off promotion for our upcoming class. Be sure to use the coupon code “CHI2019” at the checkout to save over $450 on this Class. Click here to register now.

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About the Author

Eric Gislason

Eric Gislason is the CEO and Executive Director of NASP. He is also one of the principal trainers, specializing in OSHA compliance and development of workplace safety culture. Eric has over 33 years of experience in the EHS field, having trained individuals from across the spectrum on OSHA/EPA compliance including manufacturing, oil and gas, construction, warehousing, healthcare, and retail.
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