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ASSE went all high-tech Monday morning at its grand opening session. ASSE President Terrie Norris led the packed ballroom in a text messaging poll.
The Institute for Safety and Health Management’s (ISHM) CSHM certification has been approved as an option for professional membership in the ASSE.
Safety’s thought leaders keep bumping into each other at conferences such as ASSE’s annual meeting. Here are three “new thoughts” making the rounds here in Denver:
A quick tour of the ASSE bookstore in the Colorado Convention Center at the group’s annual meeting gives you an idea of the books on the nightstand of safety pro’s:
In an ISHN exclusive, Rick Pollock, CSP, founder of CLMI training company, and the incoming president of the American Society of Safety Engineers, describes the road ahead for both ASSE and the safety profession:
Welcome to the first of two daily dispatches written by ISHN magazine from the Mile High City, where the American Society of Safety Engineers is holding its annual meeting.
Attendees at Safety 2012 – coming up June 3-6 in Denver, CO – will hear from Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Dr. David Michaels, who is expected to discuss the GHS and HCS, National Emphasis Programs (NEPs), fall prevention and other agency priorities.
The poster contest recently held by the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) gave kids aged 5-14 the opportunity to demonstrate their awareness of occupational health and safety.
With a small membership but a large geographical responsibility, Alaska’s Midnight Sun chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) is dedicated and active -- even when winter temperatures in the area dip well below -30.