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11/13/2017 3:47 PM

Register Now: Young Pros Lunch & Learn With Kathy Seabrook on Global Fluency

Register now to learn about ways to develop global fluency during a special Lunch & Learn featuring ASSE Fellow and past Society president Kathy Seabrook.

 
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WISE Digest: Week of Nov.13

This week's digest includes a link to an article about a problem women in many industries encounter when trying to find PPE that fits properly, as well as information about the WISE speaker directory

 
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11/13/2017 3:33 PM

Young Professionals in OSH Digest: Week of Nov. 13

ASSE is taking steps to improve its research efforts for the safety community. ASSE recently gathered a diverse group of OSH professionals, including leaders from businesses, professional organizations, academia and government, to discuss and identify the various gaps involved in research and how to improve the processes.

 
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11/13/2017 3:23 PM

BISE Digest: Week of Nov. 13

Changing a company’s culture can be a difficult and daunting task. Researchers suggest substantive and symbolic actions leaders can take to successfully change organizational culture.

 
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11/13/2017 3:18 PM

Management Practice Specialty Open Call: Serious Injuries & Fatalities

Join the Management Practice Specialty for a special presentation on serious injury and fatality prevention. Guest speaker Taylor Abel will share what the best-of-the-best are doing to eliminate them. The call is also a great opportunity to find out what's going on in your practice specialty.

 

ISO 45001 Update: Final Standard Expected in February 2018

ISO has confirmed that the ballot on the final draft international standard version of ISO 45001 will begin Nov. 30, 2017, and close on Jan. 25, 2018. According to ISO, If the FDIS ballot is successful, and the U.S. TAG headed by ASSE anticipates that it will be, ISO 45001 will be published in February 2018.

 
11/10/2017 8:50 PM

Workplace injuries decline, but ASSE wants further improvements in job safety

ASSE is encouraged after seeing data that shows a decrease in occupational injuries and illnesses, but the world’s oldest professional safety organization knows even more can be done to protect workers. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that workplace injuries at private industry employers were down by 48,500 cases in 2016.

 
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Study Finds Companies Collect Yet Don’t Always Report Human Capital Metrics

The majority of global companies collect human capital metrics, including OSH data, yet many of these firms do not publicly report the information. That’s the major finding of a joint research study, “Corporate Disclosure of Human Capital Metrics,” between Center for Safety and Health Sustainability and Harvard Law School’s Pensions and Capital Stewardship Project.

 
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11/02/2017 6:19 PM

Setting the Standard

As safety professionals, we work with voluntary national consensus standards each day. These standards are vital to our continued efforts to eliminate hazards, reduce risks and prevent injuries.

 
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Black Friday. Cyber Monday. Giving Tuesday!

Show your love for the safety community by donating to the ASSE Foundation on Nov. 28, Giving Tuesday!​

 
 
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