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The Charles V. Culbertson Outstanding Volunteer Service Award recognizes ASSE Board members, committee members or practice specialty officers who have provided outstanding volunteer service to the Society in the past year. This year’s recipients are Eric Hallerud, Wayne Hartz, Ann Lindsey, Gary Lopez, James Ramsay and Eric Voight.
For the past 3 years, ASSE and Cintas have partnered 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 2016 winner is Steven Trammell, P.E.
One member from each ASSE practice specialty was recognized for his/her ongoing efforts and contributions to the Society at Safety 2016, held in Atlanta, GA. Each person received a Practice Specialty Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) Award. The Society also presented its Council on Practices and Standards (COPS) SPY Award.
The winner of the 2015-16 MSA Outstanding Student Section Award is the Central Indiana Chapter’s Indiana University, Bloomington Student Section. The award is given to the ASSE Student section that makes the most significant contribution to safety education and research each year.
ASSE wants to spread the word about the vital role OSH professionals play in today’s world. That’s why we launched the We Are Safety campaign—so our members can share why they do what they do.
The 115th Fighter Wing (FW) hosted the ASSE Region V Operating Committee (ROC) meeting on base April 7-8. By holding the meeting at different locations, attendees are able to tour various companies and facilities, and also learn OSH administration tips from the safety teams at those organizations.
For the 2014-15 chapter year, 11 ASSE chapters achieved the highest level of recognition by achieving Platinum-Level status. The Platinum-Level award replaced the Chapter of the Year award, which was retired after Safety 2015. ASSE chapters complete an annual performance report that indicates how well they met basic standards of excellence.