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Wisconsin Council of Safety To Honor American Society of Safety Engineers President

 DES PLAINES, IL ( April 24, 2006 ) —At its 64th annual Wisconsin Safety & Health  Congress/Exposition, members of the Wisconsin Council of Safety will bestow upon American Society of Safety Engineers President Jack H. Dobson, Jr.
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Wisconsin Council of Safety To Honor American Society of Safety Engineers President

DES PLAINES, IL ( April 24, 2006 ) —At its 64th annual Wisconsin Safety & Health  Congress/Exposition, members of the Wisconsin Council of Safety will bestow upon American Society of Safety Engineers President Jack H. Dobson, Jr.
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LOUISIANA RESIDENT TO LEAD AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS – THE OLDEST AND LARGEST PROFESSIONAL SAFETY SOCIETY

DES PLAINES, IL (April 17, 2006) – The American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) announced the election of new officers to serve on its Board of Directors following the March 1-31 election by members. Donald S. Jones Sr., P.E., CSP, MBA, of Plaquemine, LA, will serve as ASSE President for the 2006-07 year.
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WASHINGTON GROUP INTERNATIONAL’S GIFT TO AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS’ FOUNDATION PROVIDES SCHOLARSHIP &INTERNSHIP

DES PLAINES, IL (April 17, 2006) – As a result of the Idaho-based Washington Group International’s (WGI) recent donation, the American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Foundation will be awarding a qualified student pursuing a career in safety and health a $3,500 scholarship.
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WASHINGTON GROUP INTERNATIONAL’S GIFT TO AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS’ FOUNDATION PROVIDES SCHOLARSHIP &INTERNSHIP

DES PLAINES, IL (April 17, 2006) – As a result of the Idaho-based Washington Group International’s (WGI) recent donation, the American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Foundation will be awarding a qualified student pursuing a career in safety and health a $3,500 scholarship.
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Rebuilding Iraq, Home-based Healthcare Hazards, Occupational Asthma, Meth Lab Cleanup are Among Many Sessions Featured at the June American Society of Safety Engineers’ Conference

DES PLAINES, IL (April 12, 2006) — A slew of topics covering every range of occupational safety, health and the environment including the rebuilding of Iraq and Afghanistan, benchmarking warehouse safety, occupational asthma, mining emergencies, connecting safety to business needs and more will be available for attendees at June’s American Soci

Rebuilding Iraq, Home-based Healthcare Hazards, Occupational Asthma, Meth Lab Cleanup are Among Many Sessions Featured at the June American Society of Safety Engineers’ Conference

DES PLAINES, IL (April 12, 2006) — A slew of topics covering every range of occupational safety, health and the environment including the rebuilding of Iraq and Afghanistan, benchmarking warehouse safety, occupational asthma, mining emergencies, connecting safety to business needs and more will be available for attendees at June’s American Soci

Rebuilding Iraq, Home-based Healthcare Hazards, Occupational Asthma, Meth Lab Cleanup are Among Many Sessions Featured at the June American Society of Safety Engineers’ Conference

DES PLAINES, IL (April 12, 2006) — A slew of topics covering every range of occupational safety, health and the environment including the rebuilding of Iraq and Afghanistan, benchmarking warehouse safety, occupational asthma, mining emergencies, connecting safety to business needs and more will be available for attendees at June’s American Soci

Regional Safety Conference Addresses Hispanic Safety, Injury Prevention

BIRMINGHAM, AL (April 4, 2006)
What: Addressing top workforce issues from Hispanic safety training to emergency preparedness, the American Society Safety Engineers (ASSE) Region IV is hosting the 2006 Safety and Health Conference to provide ASSE members and the professional safety community with educational sessions on leading occupational safety

CONSTRUCTION SAFETY KEY TOPIC FOR FIRST MID-ATLANTIC SAFETY CONFERENCE

Celebrating North American Occupational Safety and Health Week (NAOSH) WHAT: Fatal work injuries in the construction sector rose eight percent in 2004, according to the U.S.
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