Additional Upcoming Events

The UW DEOHS Continuing Education Programs Staff are participating in the following occupational and environmental safety and health-related events. Come out and join us!



2018-2019 program kicks off September 24, 2018. Visit the program website to sign up for a complimentary online information session, or to register for the program today.


2018 American Conference on Human Vibration

June 13-15, 2018 | Cedarbrook Lodge, Seattle, WA

This annual conference provides an opportunity for the exchange of information on all aspects of human responses to whole-body vibration, hand-transmitted vibration, and the emerging field of foot-transmitted vibration.

Scientists, engineers, medical doctors, psychologists, physiologists, health and safety specialists, consultants and others from government agencies, industry, and educational institutions will be in attendance.

Registration: $575 - prices go up June 2, 2018

Pre-Conference Course: HUMAN VIBRATION: Assessment and Impact on Workers, June 12, 2018, UW CMOSH Building, Seattle, WA - Click here to learn more


2018 NAOEM Conference

NAOEM's annual Scientific and Clinical Education Occupational and Environmental Medicine Conference will take place in Seattle at the Cedarbrook Lodge on September 8, 2018

Visit for more information - registration coming soon! Download the save the date flyer


Washington Governor's Industrial Safety and Health Conference

Save the Date! September 26-27, 2018 | Spokane, Convention Center

Don't miss the Forklift Rodeo! Registration opens June 2018


Northwest Occupational Health Conference (NOHC)

October 10-12, 2018 | Kitsap Conference Center, Bremerton, WA

The NOHC, hosted by PNS-AIHA, has a national reputation as a dynamic, high quality, multi-disciplinary conference - one of, if not THE, oldest in the country. Take your career to the next level with three days of inspiring occupational and environmental health and safety- focused education and training at NOHC! 

Registration coming soon! Visit for more information. Download the save the date flyer