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Portage, Wisconsin’s Helser Wins Top Prize in 7th Annual American Society of Safety Engineers’ Global Art Contest

Portage, WI (March 12, 2009) — Illustrating how to be safe at work in a creative way, Abigail Christine Helser, age 8, of Portage, WI recently won first place in the seventh annual American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) kids’ ‘Safety-on-the-Job’ poster contest in the 7-8 age category.
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Greenwich, New York’s Carr Wins Top Prize in 7th Annual American Society of Safety Engineers’ Global Art Contest

Greenwich, NY (March 12, 2009) — Illustrating how to be safe at work in a creative way, Amanda Carr, age 13, of Greenwich, NY recently won first place in the seventh annual American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) kids’ ‘Safety-on-the-Job’ poster contest in the 13-14 age category.
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Chandler, Indiana’s Wigger Wins Top Prize in 7th Annual American Society of Safety Engineers’ Global Art Contest

Chandler, IN (March 11, 2009) — Illustrating how to be safe at work in a creative way, Caylin Marie Wigger, age 6, of Chandler, IN recently won first place in the seventh annual American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) kids’ ‘Safety-on-the-Job’ poster contest in the 5-6 age category.
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Moses Lake, Washington’s Visker Wins Top Prize in 7th Annual American Society of Safety Engineers’ Global Art Contest

Moses Lake, WA (March 11, 2009) — Illustrating how to be safe at work in a creative way, Taylor Visker, age 9, of Moses Lake, WA recently won first place in the seventh annual American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) kids’ ‘Safety-on-the-Job’ poster contest in the 9-10 age category.
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Kids From IN, NY, OR, WA & WI Win First Place in ASSE’s Global Safety Art Contest

Des Plaines, IL (February 23, 2009) — Out of hundreds of entries from children aged 5 – 14 from around the world, children from Indiana, New York, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin took the first place honors in their age group for the 7th annual American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) kids’ “safety-on-the-job” poster contest.
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Making Sure Workers Come Home Safely Focus of Annual North American Occupational Safety and Health Week This May

Des Plaines, IL (December 8, 2008) — Safety at work means always coming home and during North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week, to be held May 3 -9, 2009 and the May 6, 2009 Occupational Safety and Health Professional Day, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), the U.S.
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ASSE Launches 7th Annual Kids’ Safety-on-the-Job Poster Contest

Des Plaines, IL (September 19, 2008) — Through the annual American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) kids’ “Safety-on-the-Job” poster contest, being kicked off today, children illustrate what job safety means to them, their families and friends.
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OSHA teams with ASSE, CSSE and industry groups to promote job safety during North American Occupational Safety and Health Week

Washington, D.C. (May 6, 2008) — The U.S.
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Safety Engineers, OSHA, DOT, Kick-off North American Occupational Safety & Health Week at DOL & U.S. Capitol

Des Plaines, IL (May 5, 2008) — WASHINGTON, D.C., (May 5, 2008) – “On-the-job fatalities are not statistics,” American Society of Safety Engineers’ President Michael W. Thompson, CSP, said today at the ASSE U.S. Capitol North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week awards event.
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Thousands to Promote Increasing Workplace Safety for Annual North American Occupational Safety and Health Week May 4 – 10, National Kick-Off in D.C. Monday, May 5

Des Plaines, IL (April 28, 2008) — WHAT: Due to the efforts of many, millions of people go to and return home safely from work every day. However, in the U.S. alone, 5,840 workers died from on-the-job injuries in 2006 and millions more suffered workplace injuries and illnesses. These can be prevented.
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