Vote in this month’s PS Caption Contest! We came up with four possible captions for the photo below, and we want you to choose your favorite. The winning caption will appear with the photo, submitted by Patrick Pritchett, a professional member of ASSE’s Heart of America Chapter, in an upcoming issue of PS.
From Oct. 20-28, 2013, a delegation of eight safety professionals and one ASSE staff member, led by ASSE past president Rick A. Pollock, CSP, traveled to India to meet with local safety professionals, exchange best practices and learn more about the people and culture of India.
ASSE’s President Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, CMIOSH, EurOSHM, Executive Director Fred Fortman Jr., LL.
Members of ASSE’s Arizona and Southern Arizona chapters welcomed safety professionals from Saudi Arabia for an event on Oct. 14, 2013. A group of five safety specialists, Waleed Aggad, Omar Al-Omar, Ali Al-Humaid, Dakheelallah Al-Aommr and Ahmad Al-Rashed, from Saudi Electricity Co.
ASSE Foundation’s annual report for the fiscal year ending in March 2013 is available. The report includes important information summing up Foundation activities for this past fiscal year and touches on topics including education, leadership development, research and Safety 2012 events and results.
We are always looking for ASSE members to share their stories of following a parent into the SH&E profession or having a son or daughter follow in their footsteps of spreading the safety message. Here’s the story of Ryan Nicholson, CSP, a professional member of ASSE’s Quad Cities Chapter.
ASSE’s NAOSH Week Student Safety Awareness Art Contest is now open for entries. Formerly known as the Safety-on-the-Job kids’ poster contest, the competition invites children ages 5 to 12 to submit artwork that illustrates workplace safety. New this year is a video contest for teenagers ages 13 to 17.
BCSP recently honored David V. MacCollum, P.E., CSP, a professional member of ASSE’s Southern Arizona Chapter and ASSE past president (1975-76), by establishing an ASSE scholarship in his name.
The Carrollton 4-H Club’s recent meeting at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Westminster, MD, featured several presentations on agriculture safety. The agriculture safety presentation materials were provided by ASSE’s Chesapeake Chapter and Agriculture Branch Chair Michael Wolf.
ASSE Foundation’s Liberty Mutual Safety Research Fellowship program is now open to international students studying in the U.S., as well as to permanent U.S. residents and U.S. citizens.
Are you working in the manufacturing industry looking to enhance your knowledge, network with SH&E professionals in your field and keep up on timely manufacturing-related topics? Look no further than ASSE’s Manufacturing Practice Specialty (MPS).
On Dec. 17, ASSE’s Virtual Classroom will present a virtual event on risk management. Participants will have the opportunity to earn 1.0 CEUs and take part in educational sessions on everything from taking an inventory of workplace hazards, to conducting risk assessments through continuous improvement.
This web fest is made up of two components.