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ASSE’s Chesapeake Chapter to Review Current Safety, Health & Environmental Issues

WHAT:  To provide professional development opportunities for safety, health and environmental professionals, the American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Chesapeake Chapter, in conjunction with the American Industrial Hygiene Association’s (AIHA) Chesapeake Section and the Johns Hopkins University Education and Research Center, will be hos

ASSE Offers Motorists/Employers Safe Driving Tips for Bad Weather/Driving Around Snow Plows

For Immediate Release                                                            Contact:  Diane Hurns, 847-768-3413, dhurns@asse.
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Increase Tractor Safety Now, ASSE’s Ag Branch Says

For Immediate Release                                                                  Contact:  Diane Hurns, 847-768-3413
INCREASE TRACTOR SAFETY NOW, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS’ AG BRANCH SAYS
DES PLAINES, IL (January 31, 2011) – There is a way to prevent injuries and

ASSE’s Granite State Chapter Signs Two-Year Alliance with Key Safety and Health Officials

The American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Granite State Chapter recently signed a two-year Alliance with key safety and health officials from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) New Hampshire Department of Labor, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, the Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital, and the

The American Society of Safety Engineers Reflect on 100 Years of Protecting People, Property and the Environment

Des Plaines, IL (January 12, 2011) — In 1911, coffee prices were at 18.75 cents per pound, a first class U.S. stamp was $.02, and “ready-to-wear” trousers were the newest development on the men’s fashion scene.
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ASSE Announces 2011 Virtual Classroom Schedule

Des Plaines, IL (January 11, 2011) — With new technology and advances in real-time educational tools available for safety, health and environmental (SH&E) professionals, ASSE continues to provide innovative ways to earn continuing education units and engage members.
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Ergonomic Issues Top ASSE Region 4′s Feb. Conference In Orlando

Orlando, FL (January 10, 2011) — WHAT: The American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Region 4 (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi, PR and VI) will be host to its annual Professional Development Conference in Orlando, Florida, this Feb. 3-4.
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ASSE Captures A Century of Safety In New Film

Des Plaines, IL (January 5, 2011) — As many people begin their work day — some putting on their fall protection gear, saddling up to the computer and putting the monitor at eye level, clicking on that safety belt, and taking a drink of purified water — most will be oblivious to their workplace safety systems put in place to preven

The UPS Foundation Donates $35K to the ASSE Foundation Scholarship Program

Des Plaines, IL (January 4, 2011) — The American Society of Safety Engineers’ Foundation (ASSEF) recently received a $35,000 grant from The UPS Foundation, the charitable arm of UPS (NYSE:UPS).
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American Society of Safety Engineers Gear Up To Celebrate Its 100th Birthday In 2011

Des Plaines, IL (December 21, 2010) —
In the wake of one of the worst workplace tragedies in recent history, the March 25, 1911, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) was formed in October of 1911 to enhance safety with the mission “to promote harmonious action in safety work and

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