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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

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS PROVIDE FARM SAFETY TIPS IN PREVENTING AGRICULTURAL INJURIES AND ILLNESSES

DES PLAINES, IL (March 6, 2006) – Supporting the national Agricultural Safety Awareness Program Week this March 5-11, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) is providing farm-related safety and health tips to help reduce the number of agricultural injuries and illnesses that occur each year.
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ASSE Business of Safety Audio Conference Scheduled for February

Des Plaines, IL (January 24, 2006) —The American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) upcoming  “Business of Safety’ Audio Conference, held this February 22 from 11 AM-12:30 PM CST, will focus on safety performance measurement in relation to business/financial management. Leading the presentation is ASSE past president Mark Hansen, P.E.
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SAFETY ENGINEERS OFFER FLU INFECTION CONTROL TIPS

DES PLAINES, IL (January 11, 2006) — What should your workplace do to prepare for a possible flu pandemic? Keep informed, develop a plan and implement public health programs are some of the tips offered to businesses and members by the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Healthcare Practice Specialty group in a newsletter article titled

Anchorage Safety Professional Appointed to Alaska Workers’ Compensation Appeals Commission

DES PLAINES, IL (January 10, 2006) —American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) professional member and past president Philip Ulmer of Eagle River, AK, was recently appointed to the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Appeals Commission by Governor Frank H. Murkowski. Ulmer will serve a four-year term as a member of the commission.
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