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2020 Conference Registration

The 2020 Rocky Mountain Safety Conference is Going Virtual!
August 27-28, 2020
Daily from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm


Join us August 27th and 28th for our virtual program featuring industry leaders covering what’s new for leaders in safety, how to manage new developments in compliance, and what advances in technology will help you rise to the top! We'll also provide an avenue for Exhibitors with top-of-line safety products and services to connect with you.


Session Information


August 27, 2020

General Session

The Champion’s Code: Building Relationships Through Life Lessons of Integrity and Accountability from the Sports World to the Business World

Ross Bernstein, CSP
Ross Bernstein Speaking

Ross' program is about the DNA of what makes champions in sports so unique and how that relates to business and safety.  It’s based on a series of books he wrote in which he was able to interview more than 1,000 professional athletes and coaches that all had one thing in common — they were all members of championship teams.  In his research he concluded that the same metrics and characteristics that were common among champions in sports, were also common among peak performers in business.  There are reasons certain teams win consistently, whereas others don't... and Ross explains why.


Breakout Sessions

Are You Prepared?  Risk Management Skill Sets for the Future
Andy Giza, CSP, CRIS, CHST
Vice President, Sr. Loss Control Consultant
Lockton Companies

As organizations ask more and more of each of us, we must learn and develop the skill sets we need to respond.  Do you know risk management is a vital partner with safety?  Do you realize the Total Cost of Risk (TCOR) far outweighs any potential regulatory fines?  Can you speak “the language of your senior leadership?”  Do you know the financial ramification of a single $500 employee injury to the ultimate bottom line?  This session will answer these questions by providing key points to help safety professionals play a larger role within their organizations.

Pandemic Plans:  The Tightrope between Recommended and Required
Kristin R.B. White
Fisher & Phillips, LLP

Over the past few months, employers have been inundated with best practices and recommendations for pandemic preparedness plans.  This presentation will discuss when recommendations have really become requirements, and the consequences for ignoring “recommendations” to the detriment of your employees and your business.  Attendees will leave the presentation will a better understanding of what best practices should be carried forward as we revise our pandemic plans.


Safety and Wellness: Cultural Legitimacy
J. Nicholas Williams
Director of Operations
Absolute Caulking and Waterproofing Inc.

Tanya Chapman
Training & Safety Consultant
Colorado Safety Association

Company culture determines the future of our organizations.  Safety culture success comes directly from the top.  We will discuss the tools and techniques to establish a meaningful safety culture from your annual budget to the Holiday party and anywhere in between.  Come ready with challenges and questions, we have the experts to help you craft a solution!

Watch for more speakers and programming...


Registration Fees

Fee includes virtual sessions on both days.

CSA Member/Alliance Member: $375

Non-Member: $390

ASSP Member/Military/Government: $375

Please Note: Zoom platform will be used for this event.


General Information

  • An email will be sent prior to the event with your conference log-in information.
  • Substitutions can be made 24 hours prior to the conference.
  • Zoom will be the platform used for this event.
Looking for Pinnacol Safety Group Credits?
The conference is approved for 2 safety group credits.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations received on or before August 20, 2020 will be refunded the full amount minus a $50.00 service charge. No refunds will be issued for cancellations after August 20, 2020.


Questions? Call 303-373-1937