Board of Certified Safety Professionals hosted the Third Annual Award of Excellence ceremony during ASSE’s Safety 2014 conference in Orlando, FL, to recognize safety practitioners who best represent certificants’ outstanding leadership, expertise and professional commitment. This year, four ASSE members were honored: Bruce A.
The Center for Safety and Health Sustainability (CSHS) is excited to share its inaugural newsletter, “A Tale of Two Cities,” arguing that when it comes to recognizing the importance of worker safety to sustainability, there is much work left to be done.
At Safety 2014 in Orlando, FL, one member from each ASSE region was recognized for his/her ongoing efforts and contributions to the Society.
One member from each ASSE practice specialty was recognized for his/her ongoing efforts and contributions to the Society at Safety 2014, held in Orlando, FL. 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.
One of the best ways ASSE Practice Specialities can encourage involvement of its members and achieve greater levels of member interest is to recognize exceptional work and service. To this end, COPS presented Significant Contributor Awards to one member from each Branch and Common Interest Group (CIG).
Each year, ASSE encourages members to get involved in NAOSH Week in an effort to spread awareness and better educate the public on the positive benefits workplace safety provides not only workers, but their families, friends, businesses and local communities.
ASSE’s Interactive Research Poster Sessions serve as an outlet to enable SH&E professionals to identify key SH&E issues; expand their knowledge tom improve professional skills; prepare for challenges in the field; identify emerging issues relative to the profession; and contribute to the ASSE Body of Knowledge.
Congratulations to the Arizona, Nigeria and Eastern Carolina chapters for winning the January – June 2014 Member Get a Member (MGAM) Chapter Challenge. Each chapter won $150 and collectively they referred more than 100 members during the challenge time frame.