A 2015 ASSE survey of more than 9,000 OSH professionals reveals they earn an annual average base salary of $98,000, an increase of $8,000 since the survey was taken 2 years ago.
Interested in further developing your personal leadership and business skills? The Society’s Nominations and Elections Committee is seeking nominations of qualified professional members to serve as candidates in the 2016 Society Elections.
At Safety 2015 in Dallas, TX, ASSE recognized its Region Safety Professionals of the Year for their 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.
ASSE’s Council on Practices and Standards presented Safety Professional of the Year awards to one member from its Blacks in Safety Engineering Common Interest Group (CIG) and Women in Safety Engineering CIG during Safety 2015 held in Dallas, TX.
Each year, COPS presents the Significant Contributor Award to one member from each Branch who has helped advance the OSH profession through exemplary work and volunteer service.
One way that ASSE promotes OSH research is through the poster sessions presented at the annual professional development conference.
Creating a sense of urgency for safety improvement often means challenging the status quo. One great way to achieve this is to learn about the innovative things that successful companies do and adapt them to your workplace.
ASSE’s Future Safety Leader’s Conference provides ASSE student members with the tools they need for a successful career in safety. The Society is seeking motivated and energized students to join us Nov. 5-6, 2015, in Lombard, IL, for the 11th year of preparing the future OSH leaders.