Puget Sound Area Safety Summit

The Safety Summit is dedicated to forming a networked alliance of government, management, and labor to develop methods and solutions for continuous improvement of workplace safety, with the goal of reducing workplace injuries and accidents to zero. Through the Safety Summit, we place an additional focus on increasing educational opportunities and safety awareness and improving safety practices throughout the state.

Monthly Safety Summit meetings, held at the Aerospace Machinist's Hall the second Wednesday of each month from 9am-12pm, provide a forum for industry professionals to share information, collaborate as a team in our commitment to safety excellence, and to seek solutions to common problems. Safety Summit meetings require no pre-registration and are provided free of charge.


We are excited to provide a virtual format so that we may continue to educate ourselves on important safety topics and network with one another during the COVID19 crisis.


We are using Microsoft Teams. You may first need to download Microsoft Teams to your computer if you don't already have it. To download to your computer click here. To download to your mobile device click here.


When: Wednesday, November 11, 2020, 9am

November Topics:  

"Resilience & Rapid Problem Solving in a COVID Environment: Recognizing recurring problems and resolving the pattern quickly and effectively"

Guest Speaker: Marcus Mann, Principal/Sound Predictions LLC


"New Options for Permanently Injured Workers: Training for placement as a safety professional"

Guest Speaker: Kelly Kasper, Intuitive Safety Solutions Inc

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Safety Summit Steering Committee: 

Suspended Until Further Notice
Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month at 6:30 a.m. 

Randy’s Restaurant  
10016 E Marginal Way S, 
Seattle, WA 98108

For more information regarding the Puget Sound Area Safety Summit please contact Brian Ducey, Summit Coordinator, at (206) 812-3824 or send an email to [email protected]


Contact Brian Ducey 206-812-3819 or [email protected] for more information.