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American Society of Safety Engineers Urge Florida to Enact Workplace Safety Protection For Public Workers

Tallahassee, FL (March 13, 2007) — American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) professional member and chemist Edwin Granberry, Jr., of Florida, commended the U.S.
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“Businesses Need to Prepare for Pandemic Flu Now” Presenter Notes at American Society of Safety Engineers Safety Seminar

Las Vegas, NV (January 25, 2007) — Businesses need to plan now for a possible pandemic flu outbreak because it takes time to develop a concise and workable plan noted Dan Markiewicz, MS, CSP, CIH, CHMM, a presenter at the American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) seminar titled “Controlling Infectious Disease in the Workplace” held J

ASSE Concerned with the Potential Impact of Industry Litigation on Commuicating Chemical Risks to Workers

Des Plaines, IL (December 18, 2006) — The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) today expressed concern over the recent lawsuit filed by industry groups challenging the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) use of threshold limit values (TLVs) used to communicate the risk of exposure limits to chemical hazards through OSH

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS URGE STUDENTS TO STOP FIRES BEFORE THEY START

DES PLAINES, IL (September 1, 2006) – Each year many students lose their lives or are injured in preventable fires.
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SAFETY ENGINEERS OFFER AVIAN FLU INFECTION CONTROL TIPS FOR BUSINESSES

DES PLAINES, IL (July 17, 2006) – Recent surveys have found that many American Businesses are not prepared for what could be a devastating global avian flu pandemic.
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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS OFFER TIPS AIMED AT CELEBRATING INDEPENDENCE DAY SAFELY, NOT IN AN EMERGENCY ROOM

DES PLAINES, IL (June 29, 2006) – As millions of Americans celebrate the July 4, 1776, adoption of the Declaration of Independence this year, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) urge people to be aware of safety dos and don’ts involving fireworks.
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ASSE FOUNDATION AND LIBERTY MUTUAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR SAFETY TO FUND STUDIES ON PREVENTING WORK-RELATED MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS

DES PLAINES, IL (June 21, 2006) – The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Foundation Research Committee and the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety announced today that they will fund two extensive studies aimed at helping prevent work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).
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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS, ISHN TO HOST VIRTUAL SEMINAR ON PROTECTING EMPLOYEES & COMPANY AGAINST REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RISKS, LIABILITIES

Des Plaines, IL (June 21, 2006) – T he American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and Industrial Safety & Hygiene News (ISHN) will be host to a webcast June 28 at 1:00 p.m. EST titled “Best Practices: Protect Your Employees and Your Company Against Reproductive Health Risks and Liabilities.
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SAFETY PROS SEEK SOLUTIONS TO GROWING PROBLEM OF FATAL WORKPLACE FALL

DES PLAINES, IL (May 18, 2006) – Falling at work is the leading cause of fatal/catastrophic incidents, especially from ladders and roofs. Fatal on-the-job falls increased by 17 percent in 2004 countrywide.
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ON THIS MOTHER’S DAY AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS OFFER IMPORTANT WORKPLACE SAFETY TIPS FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS, EMPLOYERS

DES PLAINES, IL (May 10, 2006) – With almost half the workforce being women and many being expectant moms, for this mother’s day the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) suggests that employers and workers be aware of significant physical changes and workplace solutions to help assure a safe workplace for pregnant women.
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