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October 5-8, 1999 -- Behavioral Safety Now, Las Vegas, NV. Behavioral safety conference offers three pre and two post-conference half-day educational workshops, in addition to an extensive conference program.


October 5-8, 1999 -- Behavioral Safety Now, Las Vegas, NV. Behavioral safety conference offers three pre and two post-conference half-day educational workshops, in addition to an extensive conference program. The conference is designed for all levels of employees who want to learn how to integrate the behavioral safety approach in their company. For information, visit or contact Suzanne Bell at 281-497-8288; e-mail:

October 5-7, 1999 -- ISA TECH/ 1999, Philadelphia, PA. ISA TECH/1999, sponsored by the International Society for Measurement and Control, will raise the level of measurement and control technology by providing a forum where vendors and users exchange their latest ideas and technology to solve manufacturing problems. ISA TECH/1999 promotes the use of technology as a versatile and powerful answer to industry challenges. For more information about the show and conference, visit, or call 919-549-8411.

October 15-18, 1999 -- 1999 National Safety Council Congress & Expo, New Orleans, LA. The 87th annual Congress & Expo offers 130+ indepth sessions in more than 88 different safety categories and a product expo featuring more than 600 exhibitors. For information about the show and conference, visit www., or call 800-621-7619.

October 16-20, 1999 -- Facilities America '99, Chicago, IL. Annual conference and expo offers 10 preconference seminars and 30 workshops featuring the latest trends and technologies to keep your plant running at peak performance. The expo features more than 200 exhibitors, including maintenance management software suppliers who will conduct hands-on demonstrations. For information, visit the web site of the Association for Facilities Engineering at, or call 888-222-0155.

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