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2020 Inspection Division Conference Registration


October 1 – 2, 2020  |  Salt Lake City, UT   

Registration

Pricing

2020 Inspection Division Conference Registration fees

 

Regular Pricing
(Registration On or After August 31, 2020)

Early Bird Pricing
(Registration Before August 31, 2020)

Full Conference

$299

$199

One Day (either day)

$199

$125

Inspection Division, or
Salt Lake Section Member
Full Conference

$269

$179

Group (4+)
Full Conference

$249 each

$149 each

Group (4+) One Day

$175 each

$99 each

All Conference Registration fees include continental breakfast, coffee break, lunch, and afternoon snack (each day attending).

 

Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy

We understand that occasionally things do happen that prevent you from attending a program for which you have registered. If you find that you cannot attend the ASQ Inspection Division Conference, here’s what you can do:

  • Send a substitute - substitutions can be made at any time, even onsite.
  • Transfer - Transfer your conference fee to another conference of your choice.
  • Cancel - Requests for cancellations and conference fee transfers received on or before September 18, 2020 will receive a full refund. Requests received September 19, 2020 through September 28, 2020 will incur a $50.00 processing fee. No requests will be accepted after September 28, 2020.

Note: Non-payment or Non-attendance does not constitute cancellation.

ASQ's Guarantee

ASQ's Guarantee

If you are not satisfied with this event, we will gladly apply your registration fee to a future ASQ event.

If you are not satisfied with this event, we will gladly apply your registration fee to a future ASQ event. ASQ reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any event, or to change speakers. Please be advised that ASQ is not responsible for any airfare penalties, or hotel charges that may be incurred due to sold out, cancelled, or rescheduled events.

Conferences and Events Policies

Conferences and Events Policies

Images and Recordings Statement

Photographs and video may be taken at ASQ events. ASQ reserves the right to use any and all photographs/video without consent of individuals captured as a result. ASQ may use photographs/video in publications or other media materials, including but not limited to: brochures, books, magazines, websites, ASQTV, etc. By participating in an ASQ event, you agree to release ASQ from any and all claims involving the use of your picture or likeness.

ASQ Anti-Harassment and Anti-Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of ASQ that all Society members and participants in Society activities experience an environment free from all forms of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. As a professional organization, ASQ is committed to providing a conference and meeting environment that is inclusive and safe and encourages the exchange of ideas regardless of sex, race, color, age, national or ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or any other legally protected status. Harassment, discrimination, and retaliation are forms of misconduct that undermine the integrity of the Society and violate ASQ’s Code of Ethics.

ASQ’s Anti-Harassment and Anti-Discrimination Policy applies to all Society members and participants attending conferences and events, specifically including guests, speakers, contractors, sponsors, vendors, and exhibitors.

To review the full ASQ Anti-Harassment and Anti-Discrimination Policy, visit https://asq.org/about-asq/governing-documents#compliance.

To report an incident at AN EVENT: Any person covered by this policy who believes he or she has been subjected to harassment or discrimination should report the incident immediately using ASQ’s Red Flag Reporting system (Client Code: ASQMEM) at 877-647-3335 or www.redflagreporting.com. ASQ management can also assist any person in making a direct report to the legal or human resources departments. All complaints will be treated seriously and investigated promptly. 

In the event of immediate danger or physical threat, call 911 or contact local authorities.