2022 FIA Safety Conference

Event Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 to Wednesday, March 30, 2022



Registration is now open for the FIA Safety Conference which will take place March 29-30, 2022, at The Henry (Autograph Collection Hotel) in Dearborn, Michigan. Hosted by the FIA Safety Committee, FIA Safety Conference will provide attendees with valuable educational programming and networking opportunities, including a reception at the Ford Rouge Factory (Henry Ford Museum) and a plant tour at Trenton Forging Company.

The program agenda includes topics such as:

In addition, attendees will hear panel sessions and case studies from FIA Member plants. Participants will also be encouraged to have open discussions about safety at their own plants and ask questions to gain more knowledge and insight from their peers.



The Henry (Autograph Collection Hotel)

300 Town Center Dr.

Dearborn, MI 48126



Click here to download the full conference agenda.



Click the red button below to register for the FIA Safety Conference. For registration questions, please contact Kathy Edwards by email at kathy@forging.org  or phone at (216) 781-6260.



Sponsorship Opportunities:

There are a limited number of sponsorship opportunities available for the FIA Safety Conference. Showcase your products and services and promote your company during the event. The earlier you confirm your sponsorship, the more exposure your business will receive through the event webpage and email marketing. Click here to view the available sponsorship opportunities.


Hotel Accommodations:

FIA has arranged for FIA Safety Conference attendees to receive a discounted room rate of $165/night at The Henry. Attendees may book their hotel rooms at the discounted rate by clicking the red button below or calling the hotel directly at 313-441-2000 and mentioning the Forging Industry Association.  The deadline to reserve a room at the discounted rate is Monday, March 7, 2022. Reservations made after the deadline will be subject to the hotel’s prevailing rates and availability.