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ASSE’s Professional Safety Journal: The Challenges in Achieving Perfect Workplace Safety

Zero-injury safety targets are easy to communicate and seem to be everywhere, but such goals can be counterproductive to a company’s efforts if the context in which they are used does not go beyond slogans and good intentions, according to the lead article in the April issue of the American Society of Safety Engineers’ Professional Safety Journal.

 
04/01/2015 1:30 PM

Research Is the Foundation of Our Practice

Evidence-based decision making is the cornerstone of our practice as OSH professionals. Decisions based on good science and sound technology legitimize the strategies we champion and the tactics we implement each day to protect millions of workers around the world. By supporting research and working to translate the findings into effective evidence-based solutions, we can eliminate hazards and prevent costly injuries and illnesses.

 

ASSE Supports Updating OSHA National Standards for Eye and Face Protection

ASSE Supports Updating OSHA National Standards for Eye and Face Protection

 

ASSE Signs Agreement with KOSHA to Advance Global Occupational Health and Safety Issues

The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) signed a memorandum of understanding that will explore opportunities to collaborate, exchange technical information and conduct joint educational programs with the Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA).

 

ASSE Webinar: What makes a great safety leader? Ask Paul O’Neill directly

The American Society of Safety Engineers invites safety professionals to register to learn how Paul O’Neill, the former chairman of Alcoa, transformed a company with an average safety record into one the safest manufacturers in the world, all while quintupling its market capitalization.

 
03/03/2015 3:00 PM

At-Risk Workers

The demographics of the global workforce have shifted over the past decade. The new normal consists of a wide range of employment arrangements, including temporary workers, seasonal workers, on-call workers and immigrant labor. As a profession, we must do more to safeguard at-risk workers who make up significant portions of today’s labor pool.

 
03/03/2015 3:00 PM

At-Risk Workers

The demographics of the global workforce have shifted over the past decade. The new normal consists of a wide range of employment arrangements, including temporary workers, seasonal workers, on-call workers and immigrant labor. As a profession, we must do more to safeguard at-risk workers who make up significant portions of today’s labor pool.

 

Registration opens for ASSE Webinar: Protecting Temporary & Non-Traditional Workers

The American Society of Safety Engineers invites safety professionals to register for its virtual symposium entitled, “Protecting Temporary and Non-Traditional Workers,” where they will learn the best practices in hiring and training this working class.

 

ASSE’s Professional Safety Journal: Outcomes-Based Accreditation Advances OSH Profession

Experts are calling for the development of minimum requirements to accredit academic programs in the occupational safety and health (OSH) profession.

 
02/01/2015 3:00 PM

What About the H in OSH?

The names of agencies such as OSHA and NIOSH contain the word health, and many of us refer to ourselves as occupational safety and health professionals. Yet, most of our efforts are focused on safety. Now is an opportune time for us to bring much-needed attention to the health-related aspects of our roles.

 
 
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