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ASSE Unveils New Tool For Education About History of Occupational Safety and Health

One hundred  years ago in 1911, the United Society of Casualty Inspectors began their work as the first professional safety society in the U.S.  Known today as the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), this historical society has endured a century of global change that has continually impacted the modern safety and health movement.
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ASSE Announces Approval of Groundbreaking Risk Management Standards

The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) announced today its  groundbreaking new risk management American National Standards.  The new set of standards is intended to enhance best practices for safety, health and environmental professionals working in the risk management and insurance industries.
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ASSE’s Central Illinois Chapter Celebrates 60th Anniversary

The Central Illinois Chapter of the 100-year-old American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) is currently celebrating its 60th anniversary of protecting people, property and the environment in the Central Illinois area.
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ASSE Announces New Northern Delaware Section

The 100-year-old American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) is pleased to announce the formation of a new section under its current Region VI Delmarva Chapter, based out of Salisbury, MD.  This milestone event is the result of hard work and dedication of ASSE members, as well as significant growth in membership in the Delmarva Chapter area.
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ASSE’s New Virtual Law Symposium to Provide Legal Work Safety & Health Updates

In an effort to provide continuous opportunities for professional development and education, the American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) virtual classroom is pleased to present a virtual law symposium for safety professionals March 29-30, 2011, titled ‘Watch Out! For Your Organization”.
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Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Information Resources

March 17, 2011 For information on the Japanese Earthquake and Tsunamis from the U.S. State Department, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Nuclear Energy Institute and the Red Cross please view their web pages below and click on their web links: U.S.
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How Can It Happen? ASSE Member Sam Cahan Responds To Fatal Amish Country Fire

Albany, N.Y. Times Union       Letter to the Editor     Detectors, plan critical to safety Published Wednesday, March 16, 2011  The fire that killed seven young children is a tragedy (“Amish country blaze claims seven young lives,” March 10).
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ASSE Opposes OSHA Funding Cuts, Cites Negative Impact on Safety

 For Immediate Release                                                          Contact:  Diane Hurns, 847-768-3413, DES PLAINES, IL (March 16, 2011) – The American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) letter to Rep. Dennis R.
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Am. Society of Safety Engineers NY City Chapter Fire Museum Event to Honor The 146 Triangle Fire Victims

 American Society of Safety Engineers New York Chapter Media Advisory,   Protecting people, property and the environment since 1911  For Immediate Release                                                         Contact:   Diane Hurns, 847-768-3413, dhurns@asse.
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ASSE, Chicago Groups to Hold Free “The Fire That Changed America” Event April 7 at Roosevelt’s Gage Gallery

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For more information on occupational safety, health, and environmental issues, the SH&E profession, NAOSH, Occupational Safety and Health Professional Day, and ASSE, please contact:

Willy Medina
ASSE Public Relations Specialist
(847) 768-3404

Craig May
Manager, Public Relations

Trinity Stachura
Public Relations Assistant
(847) 768-3441