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Safety Fest TN | September 10-14, 2018
Safety Fest TN | September 10-14, 2018

Frequently Asked Questions

The locations of each class can be found in the class schedule and during the registration process. The location of each class will be noted on your conformation email. Finally, you will also be emailed a reminder prior to the event.

Safety Fest TN is open to everyone that is interested in attending free classes that promote safety and good health! We have a large variety of classes to choose from, so there is something for everyone!

Yes, due to limited seating availability, we recommend that you register for the Safety Forum in advance.

All Safety Fest TN classes, sessions and demonstrations are free to attend including the Safety Expo, Secret City Fire Officer’s Conference, and Safety Forum! We also provide free lunch and snacks each day to those that register for classes.

Yes. Although this event is free, seating is limited.

Yes, many of our classes fill up and we need you to register to ensure we have space.

Many of the classes offered during Safety Fest TN will meet the continuing education requirements for several professional certifications (e.g., CIH, CSP, CHMM). Please check with the requisite certifying authority to determine the actual points awarded.

The registration system allows individuals to modify or cancel your registration. You must have your confirmation number that was sent in the confirmation email. If, you need additional assistance, please contact registration at registration@safetyfesttn.org. To modify or cancel group registrations, you need to contact registration at registration@safetyfesttn.org.

Once you have successfully registered for your classes, you will receive a confirmation email that lists your class schedule.

Yes, as long as the classes do not have a time conflict, you can register for as many classes as you like.

OSHA does not approve, certify, or endorse individual trainers or training programs. However, certain classes (e.g., 40-hour HAZWOPER) provide a written certificate as required by OSHA for compliance with the applicable OSHA standard.