COHMED Conference

January 22-26, 2024

Savannah, Georgia

COHMED Conference

Presented by the Cooperative Hazardous Materials Enforcement Development (COHMED) Program, the COHMED Conference is a focused, one-of-a-kind event for individuals and organizations involved in the regulation, enforcement and safety of transporting hazardous materials and dangerous goods.

The COHMED Conference provides a unique opportunity for the hazmat community to present concerns and perspectives about enforcement of regulations. The information sharing and problem solving that takes place at the conference, coupled with hands-on training and in-depth education, is critical to building cooperation among stakeholders. The COHMED Conference is an unparalleled opportunity to network, build better working relationships, learn the latest trends and techniques, and provide input into future changes and regulations.

Conference attendees include representatives from federal and state agencies, hazardous materials specialists, enforcement personnel, emergency planning managers and responders, academic institutions, interest groups and private industry from all across North America.

If you are involved in hazmat regulation, transportation, enforcement or safety, the COHMED Conference is one event you cannot afford to miss.

The next COHMED Conference will take place Jan. 22-26, 2024, in Savannah, Georgia.

Note: CVSA makes the health and safety of all conference attendees a priority. We are committed to following all U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines as well as local health and facility protocols to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and will adopt enhanced health and safety measures, as appropriate, at the 2024 COHMED Conference. In addition, all attendees must agree to CVSA’s Waiver and Release of Liability for Communicable Disease at the point of registration and through the CVSA Events app. Updates to our events health policy will be made on the event website and also on the CVSA Events app.

This conference was made possible, in part, by a Community Safety Grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.