Intelex Exhibits at ASSE SAFETY 2013

The annual ASSE conference is well underway! This year’s attendees – over 4,000 safety, health & environmental professionals – have taken over the Las Vegas Convention Center from June 24-27, 2013.

The agenda includes training seminars, speakers, roundtable discussions, and of course a walk around the expo floor to check out the latest products and services the safety industry has to offer. If you get hungry, Intelex is conveniently located right beside the entrance to the luncheon at booth #462!

You’ll find Tomas Kuras and Jeremy Mawson representing Intelex at ASSE this year. The two of them have been having some good conversations with attendees this week about the top safety concerns on people’s minds right now, from injury reporting and risk management to audits, inspections, hazards and more.

“It’s a great turnout at ASSE this year,” says Tomas, Intelex Team Lead and Account Manager. “Lots of activity at the Intelex booth. Great feedback from existing clients looking to implement new components of the Intelex system, and some new faces who can’t wait to get started!”

As you grab your sandwich, feel free to stop by for a chat with Tomas and Jeremy. Fill them in on all your compliance concerns or reporting woes – they just might have a solution for you!

For more information on the American Society of Safety Engineering (ASSE) and the SAFETY 2013 Exposition, visit their website at


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About Alison Grenkie

In my role as an Intelex Product Marketing Manager I get to write about all things EHS and Quality. I'm particularly passionate about safety and sustainability in the resources and energy sectors, including oil and gas, electricity generation and distribution, mining and more. I love sharing ideas, best practices and other insights that can help companies boost their bottom lines while building a better world.

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