Registration open for 2014 Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit

— April 21, 2014

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and its partners will hold the second annual Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit on June 25-26 at Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne.

The Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit is a joint effort between the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, the Wyoming Workforce Development Council (WWDC), the Wyoming Workforce Innovations Foundation and the Wyoming Oil and Gas Industry Safety Alliance (WOGISA). The effort streamlines several safety conferences that were held in Wyoming and the annual Summit on Workforce Solutions into one event.

“Wyoming’s economic strength lies in its people. A workforce that is both safe and skilled is essential – we cannot have one without the other,” said Director of the Department of Workforce Services Joan Evans. “This event will provide an opportunity to continue to build new alliances and reinforce long-held partnerships that support employers, employees and job seekers throughout Wyoming. The Department of Workforce Services and our partners are looking forward to a very successful Summit.”

During the Summit, awards will be presented to Wyoming employers demonstrating a strong safety culture and excellence in safety and health programs. Additionally, the WWDC, in partnership with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, will honor Wyoming employers who have made exceptional contributions to Wyoming’s workforce.

For more information regarding sponsorship opportunities call (307) 251-0348. To register, or for information about exhibiting opportunities, call (307) 777- 6911 or visit this website.

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