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Today's Highlights from EHS Works:
Second Steel Safety Day


Today is the second annual Steel Safety Day, an initiative launched by World Steel Association (worldsteel).(read more)

ASSE Releases Mother's Day Public Service Announcement


Earlier today, ASSE released its first-ever video public service announcement (PSA) promoting women’s occupational safety and health in honor of Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 10. (read more)

You’re Invited: ASSE's At-Risk Workers Symposium May 6 in Washington, DC

NAOSH2015If you will be in the Washington, DC, area on Wednesday, May 6, ASSE invites you to attend the "America's At-Risk Workers: A New Perspective on Workplace Vulnerabilities" symposium. The day’s event will begin with presentation of the 2015 ASSE Triangle Award, at 10 a.m. (EDT) at the National Press Club, 529 14th St. NW, 13th floor. The symposium will immediately follow the award presentation and will feature panelists from labor, government and industry discussing topics such as new workers, small contractors and the at-risk worker, and protecting at-risk workers against falls.

The program is free, but attendees need to register in advance to reserve a seat.

May 3-9 is North American Occupational Safety and Health Week and May 6 is Occupational Safety and Health Professional Day. Learn more about these observances on the ASSE NAOSH Week website.


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Health & Wellness

Healthy Workers & Work Environment Helps Prevent Employee Burnout


A Harris Poll conducted for Virgin Pulse, a health promotion company, revealed that 98% of senior executives believe healthy living can help workers from experiencing job burnout.  (read more)

Employees Finding Meaning In Work Can Benefit Companies, Employee Mental Health


Research reported on in the American Heart Association (AHA) journal Stroke suggests that the brains of individuals who feel they have purpose and direction in life might age better than those who do not.  (read more)

Fall Protection

Help Create Better Protections for Communication Tower Workers


The cell phones and other mobile devices we've all come to rely on demand greater wireless coverage and that means building and maintaining more communication towers.

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