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The iP Utility Safety Conference & Expo brings together leading safety and operations minds from across the country for three days of education and networking. If you’re a utility safety or operations professional, this is a can’t-miss event.


The iP Utility Safety Conference & Expo brings together leading safety and operations minds from across the country for three days of education and networking. If you’re a utility safety or operations professional, this is a can’t-miss event.

Come together to gain education, insight & knowledge that will help you and your organization achieve new levels of safety success.

Benefits of Attending:

  • Live Professional Development Opportunities and Educational Sessions

  • Network with Utility Industry Peers and Experts

  • Access to Hundreds of Utility Safety Products & Services

  • CUSP credential holders can earn CUSP points towards recertification by attending the conference

Who Attends?

  • Safety Managers
  • Safety Personnel
  • Supervisors & Trainers

  • Foremen
  • Aspiring Safety Leaders
  • Operations Managers

Why Attend?


Our educational sessions are presented by leading utility industry experts who will share their industry experiences and utility safety insights.


The knowledge and connections you will gain at this event will help you increase your value to your employer as a utility safety professional. 


The iP Utility Safety Conference & Expo offers 30+ utility specific educational sessions to choose from, and industry peers will be sharing during engaging panel discussions. Topics range from safety leadership to grounding techniques and more!


Learn alongside and network with peers from across the country. Compare experiences and share common challenges and solutions related to utility industry work.

Participating Companies Include

iP Utility Safety Conference & Expo is an event tailor-made for utility safety and operations professionals who take safety seriously. The event draws employees from electric and gas utilities, communications and cable providers, municipalities and contractors who serve these businesses. Just a sample of the many participating companies includes:

  • Abbys
    All Phase Safety Consulting, LLC
    Allteck Line Contractors Inc.
    Ameren Illinois
    American Electric Power
    Anderson & Wood Construction
    Arc American
    Asplundh Construction
    Atkinson Power
    BBC Electrical Services
    BC Hydro
    Bison Electric
    Black Hills Energy
    Bluebonnet Electric Coop
    Bond Bros Inc.
    Bonneville Power Administration
    Bottomline Safety Services LLC
    Bowen Engineering Corporation
    Brazos Electric Power Cooperative
    Burbank Water & Power
    Bureau of Reclamation
    Burns & McDonnell
    Capital Electric Line Builders, Inc.
    CenterPoint Energy
    Central Hudson Gas and Electric
    Central Maine Power
    Cherry-Todd Electric
    City of Loveland
    City of Tallahassee
    Clark Public Utilities
    Cobb EMC
    Colorado Springs Utilities
    ComEd Corporate
    Consumers Energy
    Conway Corp
    Copper Range
    Coutts Brothers Inc.
    CPS Energy
    Culy Construction & Power Services, LLC
    Dairyland Power Cooperative
    Davis H. Elliott
    Duquesne Light Company
    Edison Power Constructors, Inc.
    Electric Cities of Georgia
    ENMAX Power Corp
    Field Safety Corporation
    Florida Power & Light
    Gannett Fleming PDC
  • Gila River Indian Comm. Utility Authority
    Granger Management Consultants
    Grant County PUD 2
    Green Mountain Power
    Grid One Solutions, Inc.
    Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc.
    Hawaii Electric Light Company
    Henkels & McCoy
    Hooper Corporation
    I.B. Abel Inc
    IBEW 104 OSHE
    IBEW Local 126 OSHE
    Intermountain Rural Electric Association
    ITC Holdings Corp.
    Kansas City Power & Light
    Kenny Construction
    Kent Power
    Lehi City Power
    LeRoy Electrical Enterprizes, Inc.
    Lincoln Electric System
    M&S Engineering
    Matrix NAC
    Michels Corporation
    Midwest Energy
    MJ Electric
    Modesto Irrigation District
    Navajo Tribal Utility Authority
    Nebraska Public Power District
    New Braunfels Utilities
    New River Electrical Corp
    New York State Electric and Gas
    North Little Rock Electric
    Oklahoma Gas and Electric
    Orangeburg Department of Public Utilities
    Otter Tail Power Co.
    Pacific Gas & Electric
    Pacific Power
    Page Utility Enterprises
    Paragould Light, Water & Cable
    Peabody Municipal Light Plant
    Penn Line
    Pike Electric
    PNM Resources
    Portland General Electric
  • Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association
    Power Consulting Associates, LLC.
    Power Corporation of America
    Power Grid Engineering
    PPL Corporation
    Quanta Services – Houston
    Raines Utility Safety Solutions – Griffin
    RES Americas
    Riggs Distler & Co., Inc.
    Safety Management Group
    Safety Priority Consultants, LLC
    Salt River Project
    San Bernard Electric Cooperative
    San Diego Gas & Electric
    San Isabel Electric Association
    Sargent & Lundy
    SET Solutions LLC
    SiteWise LLC
    Snapping Shoals EMC
    Southeast Power Corporation
    Southern California Edison
    Southern Utah Valley Power Systems (SUVPS)
    Southwest Tennessee EMC
    Southwestern Power Administration
    Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Coop
    Sunflower Electric Power Corp
    Supreme Industries
    Tacoma Power
    Taylor Electric Cooperative
    Thayer Infrastructure Services (TIS) Group Tucson Electric Power
    University California Santa Cruz
    Utility Line Construction Services
    Wabash Valley Power Association
    Ward Electric Company
    Washington State Labor & Industries
    West Kelowna Fire Rescue
    Westar Energy
    Western Cooperative Electric
    Western Line Builders, Inc.
    Willbros Utility T&D
    Wilson Construction Co.
    Xcel Energy