Explore how Culture can Support your Efforts to Improve Health & Safety

Join us on June 20-22 in Bozeman, Montana for the 2018 Center for Health & Safety Culture Symposium. The purpose of the Symposium is to explore how positive culture improves health and safety, understand the latest science, and gain new insights. With an agenda including in-depth sessions on safety citizenship, workplace engagement, leadership, and communication skills, the Symposium provides an opportunity to discuss the role of culture in improving health and safety with practice leaders. The Center will also present on emerging ideas affecting health and safety such as:

  • Psychological Reactance
  • Stigma
  • Social and Emotional Learning

The Symposium will bring together individuals working at the community, state, tribal, and federal level to address health and safety including public health professionals, substance abuse specialists, traffic safety professionals, violence prevention professionals, and many others. Conversations will generate new knowledge and develop new partnerships. You can find a detailed agenda here: 2018 Symposium Agenda.

The hotel room block closes on April 19, 2018. 

The Lark Hotel is offering our Symposium attendees a group rate of $160.65 (+ tax) on June 18th-21st, and $177.65 (+ tax) on June 22nd. Request the MSU Health & Safety group rate when making reservations.
 
The Lark – Bozeman
122 West Main St.
Bozeman, MT 59715
 1-866-464-1000
www.larkbozeman.com 
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