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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS ADDRESS THE SAFETY IMPLICATIONS OF GREENING IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

Des Plaines, IL (January 18, 2008) — DES PLAINES, IL (January 18, 2008) – How safety, health and environmental (SH&E) professionals are working to eliminate or reduce risks connected to ‘greening’ efforts are featured in the new American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Hospitality Branch’s “Safety Implicati

Prepare Now For Pandemic Flu Outbreak, Safety And Health Professional Notes During American Society of Safety Engineers’ Webinar

Des Plaines, IL (December 17, 2007) — Scott Mugno, managing director, corporate safety, health and fire protection at FedEx Express, recently told attendees during the American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) “Pandemic Influenza: Threat vs.
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American Society of Safety Engineers Urge Workers to Stay Safe on The Road During Winter Weather, Offer Safety Tips For Motorists

Des Plaines, IL (December 7, 2007) — Transportation incidents are the number one cause of on-the-job deaths and with winter weather already here, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) urge workers to stay safe when driving in winter conditions and offer employers and employees tips on how to stay safe when operating vehicles in bad weat

SAFETY ENGINEERS’ BALTIMORE CONFERENCE TO ILLUSTRATE POSITIVE IMPACTS OF SAFETY ON BOTTOM LINE

Des Plaines, IL (November 19, 2007) — American Society of Safety Engineers Media Advisory Protecting people, property and the environment.
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Looking to The Future, American Society of Safety Engineers Expand Its Reach to Students

Des Plaines, IL (October 22, 2007) — In light of the shrinking workforce, which continues to age and retire while the demand for occupational safety, health and environmental professionals continues to grow, the American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) President Michael W.
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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS’ PRESIDENT COMMENTS ON 2006 U.S. WORKPLACE INJURY AND ILLNESS RATES

Des Plaines, IL (October 19, 2007) — DES PLAINES, IL (October 19, 2007) — The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) President Michael W.
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MISSOURI, KANSAS SAFETY PROFESSIONALS DONATE PROTECTIVE GEAR TO SOLDIERS SERVING IN IRAQ

Des Plaines, IL (October 16, 2007) — KANSAS CITY, MO (October 16, 2007) – In an effort to help protect U.S.
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MISSOURI, KANSAS SAFETY PROFESSIONALS DONATE PROTECTIVE GEAR TO SOLDIERS SERVING IN IRAQ

Des Plaines, IL (October 16, 2007) — KANSAS CITY, MO (October 16, 2007) – In an effort to help protect U.S.
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American Society of Safety Engineers’ Chapter Leaders Rank Lack of Corporate Support One of Six Key Issues Facing Safety Profession

Des Plaines, IL (September 27, 2007) — When asked what were the top six issues facing the safety and health profession today, attendees at the recent American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Leadership Conference ranked lack of C-suite support for occupational safety, health and environmental (SH&E) initiatives as the number one issue.
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ASSE Letter to the Wall Street Journal Editor on “It Was ‘Safety First,’ But Critics Worried Folks Were Going Soft” column

Des Plaines, IL (September 18, 2007) — Letter to the Editor of the Wall Street Journal by ASSE President Michael W.
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