The OSHA Construction Safety and Health Conference will provide an ideal forum to learn about new and ever changing safety products, processes, procedures and technology in the construction industry.

You will have the opportunity to network with construction safety professionals, technical experts,
regulators and executives to exchange new ideas and concepts related to construction safety. Attend informative sessions, presented by respected safety professionals and specifically focused on current construction safety issues.



Justification Letter


Register today to reserve your place! If you are already registered and unable to attend the conference, you may transfer your registration to a coworker at no cost! Please e-mail your transfer requests to events@uta.edu.




Attendee fee



$575.00

Government/speaker fee:



$395.00
ID required

Exhibit Hall Only fee:



$25.00
Wednesday 1pm-7pm OR
Thursday 9am-3pm

Exhibitor fee:



$2,250
includes 2 full
conference registrations

One Day Attendee Fee:



$295
Valid Wednesday or Thursday





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Featured Speakers



mitch Beckman

Vice President of HR, Webber


Jim Maddux

Retired Prior Director of
Construction Safety at OSHA


Karen Cortell Reisman

Speaker, Coach, Author
Speak for Yourself


Bill Sims, Jr.

Greenbean Leadership, Author, Speaker, and President, The Bill Sims Company, Inc.


Jerral Wyer

Safety Director at TxDOT


David Michaels, PhD, MPH

Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health


Capt. Jim Wetherbee,
USN, RET.

Former Astronaut

WHY ATTEND?

who will ATTEND?

The OSHA Construction Safety and Health Conference will provide an ideal forum to learn about new and ever changing safety products, processes, procedures and technology in the construction industry. You will have the opportunity to network with construction safety professionals, technical experts, regulators and executives to exchange new ideas and concepts related to construction safety. Attend informative sessions, presented by respected safety professionals and specifically focused on current construction safety issues.

  • Safety Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Project Superintendents
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Executives
  • Estimators
  • Safety Professionals
  • Risk Managers
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Local, State, & Federal Government Officials
  • Development Councils
  • Associations
  • Non-profit Organizations
  • Attorneys
  • Safety Consultants