2020 Bay Area Safety Symposium - Call For Speakers!


Quick Links

"Where Safety Leadership & 
Professional Development Meet Annually"

Call For Speakers - The 2020 Symposium is currently accepting applications for presentationsDownload a PDF application - Click here. (To request a copy in word, e-mail [email protected]).
Registration is open for the 2020 Bay Area Safety Symposium, Wednesday, March 4th, 2020 at the San Ramon Marriott, located at 2600 Bishop Drive in San Ramon, CA.  Register Now - Click here.
Register Early & Save - Network with over 400+ of the Bay Area's top Safety Professionals!
Attendee Registration (save $100) - Click here
Sponsor & Exhibitors (save $250) - Click here
Sponsor & Exhibitor Opportunities PDF - Click here
To register by mail or fax - Click here
Group Discounts - Additional discounts are available for Groups of 3+ attendees, Save $100, email [email protected] for more details.
CEUs - Attendees will receive 0.5* Continuing Education Unit Credits for attending the Symposium (*pending approval).
If you have any questions about the Symposium, please e-mail [email protected] or call Erika May at 661-472-6591.


Erika May
Bay Area Safety Symposium Planning Committee
2019 Symposium Sponsors


Donate to the Developing World Outreach Initiative (DWOI) and Help Make a Difference!!

The DWOI is in need of sampling equipment donations for a project in India. Specifically we are looking for 5 Hi-Flow and 5 Low-Flow sampling pumps in good working conditions plus one flow calibrator. If anyone has any to donate they should contact Karen Gunderson at [email protected].


Your donations and assistance allow you to do what matters and enables the activities of the Developing World Outreach Initiative (DWOI).

Do you prefer that your charitable donation goes straight to a worthy organization that needs it? With no administrative fees or overhead?

Here's your chance to donate directly to an occupational health and safety cause that matters and has made an impact. This year, DWOI volunteers have screened numerous applications from international non-governmental organizations and universities and awarded five $500 training grants and three $2,000 technical grants, but there are still additional worthy projects awaiting funding! We have exhausted all available technical grant funds contributed by National AIHA ($6,000) and training grant funds contributed by AIHA NCS member David Kahane ($2,500) along with remaining historical DWOI funds.

We are asking for donations from you,  AIHA NCS members,  to try to raise $2,000 to fund the following runner up projects:

-Two training grants ($500 each)  for safety training for farm workers in Kenya and electronic workers in Mexico.

-One technical grant ($1,000) for an assessment of DDT application practices for malaria eradication in Uganda.

If we can also raise an additional $500 to match David Kahane's generous $2,500 donation,  DWOI can do even more good work!


From the DWOI Technical and Training Grant Screening Subcommittee Volunteers:
Garrett Brown
Perry Gottesfeld
Karen Gunderson
Richard Hirsh

David Zalk