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DuPont to Address New Technologies, Emerging Safety Trends at "World Safety Congress"

by 5m Editor
12 August 2005, at 12:00am

FLORIDA - DuPont safety experts and leaders will address global safety topics including avian flu and emerging innovations at the XVII "World Congress on Safety and Health at Work" Sept. 18-22 in Orlando, Florida. It will be the first time in 51 years that the global event will be held in the United States.

DuPont to Address New Technologies, Emerging Safety Trends at "World Safety Congress" - FLORIDA - DuPont safety experts and leaders will address global safety topics including avian flu and emerging innovations at the XVII "World Congress on Safety and Health at Work" Sept. 18-22 in Orlando, Florida. It will be the first time in 51 years that the global event will be held in the United States. DuPont Animal Health Solutions

DuPont will address a range of current global safety topics, including: "The Need for a Step Change in BioSecurity," "Dynamics of Safety Management in Asia Pacific," and "Using Innovation and Science to Save Lives." Considered one of the safest industrial companies in the world, DuPont has a workplace safety record that is 11 times better than the U.S. industry average, according to the latest available statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor.

Click here for more World Safety Congress information The World Congress brings together several thousand key leaders and influencers of workplace safety policy from government, labor and industry to present and discuss emerging safety research, trends, best practices and innovations in the workplace.

"Safety knows no borders," said Ellen Kullman, group vice president – DuPont Safety & Protection, who will deliver the World Congress' closing keynote address Sept. 22. "This global event is critically important because it focuses on prevention and collaboration – the keys to unlocking geographical and cultural boundaries to help make lives safer in every corner of the world. We are honored to share our 203 years of safety knowledge and innovations with global leaders today for a safer world tomorrow."

DuPont Chairman and CEO Chad Holliday; Chief Science and Technology Officer Tom Connelly; Vice President – Safety, Health & Environment and Engineering Jim Porter; and Ellen will be among the 11 DuPont global leaders presenting and participating at the World Congress.

DuPont will host several delegations from emerging economies at the World Congress including leaders from China, India, Brazil and Central and Eastern Europe. DuPont safety professionals also will provide some delegation members with a tour of DuPont facilities in the United States, highlighting the company's safety processes.

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Source: DuPont Animal Health Solutions - 12th August 2005

5m Editor