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ATRP and USPOULTRY Partner on National Safety Conference for the Poultry Industry

National Safety Conference for the Poultry Industry

National Safety Conference
for the Poultry Industry

August 19-21, 2013

Omni Amelia Island Plantation
Amelia Island, Florida

Registration opens June 24

www.uspoultry.org/educationprograms

Agriculutral Technology Research Program

US Poultry & Egg Association

National Chicken Council

National Turkey Federation

Georgia Poultry Federation

The Agricultural Technology Research Program (ATRP) at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) are excited to announce a new partnership for jointly hosting the National Safety Conference for the Poultry Industry, with additional support provided by the Georgia Poultry Federation, the National Chicken Council, and the National Turkey Federation ­— who, along with GTRI, were founding sponsors of the conference. This year’s conference will take place August 19-21, at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation on Amelia Island, Florida.

For the past 28 years, ATRP has served as the sole coordinator of this event. However, with USPOULTRY’s expansive offering of quality educational and technical seminars, it was an obvious fit for both organizations to partner together to maximize the effectiveness and reach of the National Safety Conference.

“ATRP has long had a strong working relationship with USPOULTRY, and it was only natural for us to partner together to provide the best possible programming for the only safety conference specifically for the poultry industry,” said Doug Britton, ATRP program manager.

The conference is designed specifically for poultry plant and corporate safety personnel, and it will continue as a three-day event with key presentations on important industry topics and updates on government policy. Other highlights include breakout sessions for discussing best practices and current challenges, as well as networking and knowledge exchange opportunities with other safety and health professionals. The technical content for the conference will continue to be guided by an advisory panel of industry safety and health representatives.

USPOULTRY will assume responsibility for managing the logistics of the conference, including the website information, on-line registration, and on-site arrangements. ATRP will continue to play an active role in working with the advisory committee to develop the content and select the topics and speakers for the conference.

The conference registration and hotel registration will open on June 24. Information on the conference can be found at www.uspoultry.org/educationprograms.