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NAOSH Champions Recognized at Safety 2010

NAOSH 2010 Champions

North American Occupational Safety and Health Week 2010

NAOSH 2010 Photo Gallery

 

NAOSH 2010 Highway Sign

 

Photos of ASSE members celebrating NAOSH Week and Occupational Safety and Health Professional Day.

NAOSH 2010 D.C. Kick-Off Event at the Smithsonian Institution with Iron Man, 5/3/10
   

 

NAOSH 2010 D.C. Kick-Off Event at the U.S. Department of Labor with OSHA Assistant Secretary and Alliance Partners, 5/3/10

 

 
 
NAOSH ASSE Group at the U.S. Capitol, 5/3/10
 
NAOSH 2010 D.C. Kick-Off Event at the U.S. Capitol with Spider Man and FMCSA Administrator, 5/3/10

 

NAOSH 2010 D.C. Kick-Off Event at the National Zoo, 5/2/10
 

 

NAOSH Canada Kick-off 5/3/2010

Len Hong (President & CEO - CCOHS), Nancy Guptill(Workers Compensation Board of Prince Edward Island), The Honourable Lisa Raitt (Minister of Labour), Terrie Norris(Sr. VP of ASSE), Art Nordholm (President of CSSE) Terrie Norris, Sr VP of ASSE speaks at the CSSE Kick-off  

Left Photo:

  • Len Hong, President & CEO, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety (CCOHS)
  • Nancy Guptill, Chair, Workers’ Compensation Board of Prince Edward Island
  • The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Labour
  • Terrie Norris, Sr. Vice President, American Society of Safety Engineers, and Risk Control Manager, Bickmore Risk Services
  • Art Nordholm, President, Canadian Society of Safety Engineering

Right Photo: ASSE Senior Vice President Terrie Norris speaks at Canada's NAOSH Kick-off meeting

 

List of Activities and Iron Man Event Details!

cake invitation image Iron Man Event Image
May 2 & 3 NAOSH kick-off events in D.C. Super Hero Safety Secrets Flyer
Caleb Bush Family

Caleb Bush family

As “Mission NAOSH 2010: Safe Workplaces” suggests, ASSE and its 32,000 occupational safety, health and environmental (SH&E) professional members continue to lead pioneering efforts in work safety for businesses, workers and communities. North American Occupational Safety and Health Week (May 2-8, 2010) and Occupational Safety and Health Professional Day (May5, 2010) help us reach millions of people on the importance and long-term benefits of workplace safety and health.

Tarheel Chapter Presentation of Award to Caleb Bush

NAOSH Week occurs every year during the first full week of May and is aimed at raising awareness about occupational safety, health and the environment and the SH&E profession. The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) joined with the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) to increase awareness in North America during NAOSH Week. This is one tool the almost 100-year-old ASSE and its 32,000 SH&E members use throughout the year to promote occupational safety aimed at preventing injuries and illnesses. Several organizations representing thousands of businesses have partnered with ASSE and CSSE to support NAOSH Week, including U.S. federal agencies such as the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Tarheel Chapter's Presentation to Group at their Annual Fire and Life Safety Bowl

During NAOSH Week, ASSE and CSSE members, OSHA and NAOSH partners develop and implement activities throughout North America and worldwide (such as Kuwait, Colombia and Ecuador) to promote NAOSH Week. ASSE members have held fleet safety classes, ergonomic awareness events, distributed catastrophe preparedness information, provided teen worker safety programs, held city worker safety fairs,  held symposiums, assisted charities, held  personal protective equipment (PPE) fashion shows, donated PPE and much more.

ASSE also sponsors its annual kids “Safety-on-the-Job” poster contest for ASSE members’ children, brothers and sisters, grandchildren, nieces and nephews and chapter-sponsored schools. [1] Members can sponsor other children such as their co-workers’ children or friends.  The contest runs from September 19, 2009 – February 14, 2010 (Valentine’s Day). The poster contest for kids aged 5-14  aims to teach youth about the importance of work safety and what SH&E professionals do 24/7 to keep workers safe – to make sure they leave work injury and illness free returning home safely. The contest prizes are awarded to children who best illustrate safety at work in their poster. Contest winners, participants, and their families are honored at events in Washington, D.C. during NAOSH Week at the U.S. Department of Labor, the Smithsonian and the U.S. Capitol. Each age group’s winning poster is featured on the 2010 NAOSH poster distributed worldwide. Posters are also displayed at the annual ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exhibition in June.

OR DOT OSHP Day Organizers

Mayor Patterson of Kettering, OH holding the city's NAOSH Day Proclamation with members of the ASSE KittyHawk Chapter.

 

OR DOT OSHP Day Organizers

Commissioners Debbie Lieberman, Dan Foley, and Judy Dodge of Montgomery County, Ohio with the signed Proclamation designating May 2—8, 2010 North American Occupational Safety and Health Week and May 5, 2010 Safety Professionals Day

 

 

OR DOT OSHP Day Organizers

From L to R, Sharon Wyle of the OR DOT Motor Carrier Division, ASSE Region I NAOSH Chair and ASSE PR Committee member Dave Parsons, The Portlander Inn General Manager Chris Wetzel, Jubitz Corporation Manager Tracy St. Martin and OR DOT Motor Carrier Division’s Kynda Nembhard plan for the May 5 ASSE Occupational Safety and Health Professional Day ‘Prevent Roadway Crashes’ news conference to be held at the Portland Jubitz Truck Stop. All ASSE members are invited to attend. Contact ASSE’s dhurns@asse.org for more information.

 

 

NAOSH 2009 Poster Contest Photos
Genie Industries, WA Department of Labor, Washington D.C. Kuwait Genie Industries, WA