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BYU, Church Risk Management plan annual safety conference Aug. 10-12

The Annual Safety Conference, "The Power of Partnership" sponsored by BYU Risk Management and Safety and Church Risk Management, will be conducted Tuesday through Thursday, Aug.10-12. The conference is free to BYU and Church employees.

Tuesday's activities will be at the University Parkway Center in Provo. The conference will focus on six interactive general safety topics and six topics specific to academic areas offering assistance with safety compliance issues. There will be "door prizes" throughout the day and a barbecue at noon.

On Wednesday, the conference will move to the 26th floor of the Church Office Building in Salt Lake City.

Thursday's activities will include a tour of the Church Printing and Distribution Center and an afternoon of golf.

Registration is required. Visit the Web Site at http://safety.byu.edu, locate the heading "Safety Conference 2004" and click on registration will begin online to choose sessions and days you would like to attend. If you have questions or need additional information, please call ext. 2-4468. Participants will need to provide their own transportation to the Salt Lake City sessions.

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