Over the past year, ASSE has worked with an expert branding firm (88/Brand Partners) to better understand perceptions about the Society, its name, logo and messaging (how ASSE talks about itself, its members and what they do to the world).
Join the National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, May 8-12, 2017, designed to raise national awareness about fall hazards and preventing injuries and fatalities.
ASSE and Cintas have partnered for the past several years to present the Award for Innovation in Occupational Safety Management. The award recognizes those who bring innovation and creativity to managing safety in the workplace. The deadline for applications is right around the corner: April 7, 2017.
ASSE Foundation will hold its annual ASSE Foundation Golf Outing at Safety 2017 in Denver’s Colorado National Golf Club on Monday, June 19, at 8 a.m. The outing’s proceeds will support Safety Matters, the foundation’s signature fund.
Several ASSE Chapters are participating in NAOSH Week this year (May 7-13) to increase awareness of the importance of occupational safety and health. Letters of Proclamation from the mayors of participating chapter groups are being posted on ASSE’s NAOSH webpage.
Three of ASSE’s recently updated national voluntary consensus standards address a pervasive workplace hazard: falls, be it from height or on the same level (a working surface):
Social media is what you make of it. You can use it to engage with events, follow the latest news in your industry or hold conversations. It’s a great way to connect with the safety industry.
ASSE’s global business and professional development team conducted another Train-the-Trainer (TTT) program in Kuwait for ASSE’s Global Safety Certificate.
ASSE’s Columbia-Willamette Chapter partners with Oregon OSHA to sponsor the biennial Oregon Governor’s Occupational Safety and Health (GOSH) Conference. The 2017 GOSH Conference took place last month and was attended by some 1,500 safety and health professionals.