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Chart Your Path to ASSE Leadership

Darryl Hill from ASSE Safety on Vimeo.

During ASSE's 2016 Leadership Conference in Oak Brook, IL, four current Society volunteer leaders shared how they became involved in ASSE. Their goal was to illustrate the many different ways members can volunteer their time, experience and energy to help the Society grow and prosper.

Speakers Deb Roy, an ASSE at-large director, Thom Kramer, Vice President, Professional Development, Linda Tapp, ASSE Foundation trustee, and Darryl Hill, ASSE Fellow, former Society president and current ASSE Foundation Chair, each described their personal journeys as ASSE volunteers. Their stories cover a wide range of activities as well as varying levels of involvement, all pulled together by a common thread: a desire to support ASSE and advance the OSH profession.

Read more and view video clips from the presentation on the EHS Works blog.


Case Study Demonstrates Shared Responsibility for Temp Workers

OSHA, American Staffing Association and National Safety Council recently partnered on a fictional case study that provides staffing agencies and host employers information to better protect temporary workers.(read more).

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