The Statewide Safety Expo is an education-focused, stand-alone program presented by the Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange (SRBX)* – the Exchange, established in 1901 has developed into one of the largest and most active Builders’ Exchanges in the Western United States and is recognized as one of the leading organizations representing the overall construction industry in Northern California.

The inaugural Expo was a success and remains the only safety-focused education and trade show program in California. Since the first event in 2005, the Pacific Builders Safety Expo continues to evolve and develop into a respected, professional, and highly regarded industry event now known as the Annual Statewide Safety Training & Construction Management Expo. At its debut, the original program offered two days of workshops and training for an unprecedented pricing structure of $10 with no compromise to value or the quality and dedication of Expo’s instructors and presenters. It has now evolved into a popular three-day annual event offering more than 60 different session topics; workshops; compliance certification; construction management sessions; along with special projects and forums for an unparalleled value in a registration fee of $95 – the two-day trade show is complimentary – the Expo continues its commitment to the industry with no compromise to quality and no sacrifice in value. The numbers in the past nine years speak for themselves – since the introduction of the event more than 10,000 attendees have participated. It is the goal and intent that those attendees gained the necessary knowledge and education insight to make them and their work environments safer because of the training that this program offers.

*SRBX offers a comprehensive in-house and online plan room. Other member services include educational development, project information services, public policy advocacy, group savings and insurance programs, extensive networking opportunities, design build competition, publications and resources.


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