Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition in honor of NAOSH Week 2008, signed by Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez.
Current NAOSH News & Tools To Use

Draft State/City/County Proclamation "Declaring May 4-10 North American Occupational Safety and Health Week (NAOSH) and May 7, 2007 Occupational Safety and Health Professional Day" and a draft letter you can personalize and use to forward to your local leaders with the draft proclamation for consideration.

After contacting your local leaders and if they agree to a proclamation ask to be part of the signing ceremony, if possible. Then mail or e-mail us the proclamation (or a copy and photos if available of the signing) to Diane Hurns at 1800 E. Oakton Street, Des Plaines, IL, 60018 or We will post it on the web, frame it to display at ASSE headquarters and at the NAOSH/OSHP 08 kick-off events in Washington, D.C. Monday, May 5. This information will be also be included in our NAOSH Communications.

The following are PowerPoint presentations, articles and resources you can use to distribute in your community, at local meetings, with your employer and local media. We will be adding to this list as we move closer to NAOSH Week.

Des Plaines, IL Lovelock, NV Austin, TX Arlington Heights, IL State of Oklahoma
Portland, OR State of Texas Salem, OR Polk County, FL Wilsonville, OR
Orange County, CA State of Massachusetts Massachusetts State Resolution    


Hazardous Materials: Safety Information Guide (pdf)   Important Workplace Safety Guide for Young Workers (pdf)   Preventing Roadway Crashes (pdf)
Be SAFE at Work: Tips for Teens (pdf)   Guía para Nuevos Trabajadores sobre la Seguridad en el Lugar de Trabajo (pdf)   Los Accidentes en las Vías de Comunicación Terrestres (pdf)


Logo Downloads
ASSE Logo (Color)
ASSE Logo (B&W)
NAOSH Logo (Color)


Sample NAOSH Letter to the Editor

National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries in 2006 (pdf) -- A total of 5,703 people died from work-related injuries in the U.S. in 2006 with transportation accidents remaining the most frequent type of cause followed by falls, workplace homicides and being struck by an object as noted in these federal and state statistics.

President's Message on NAOSH '08