Be a major part of the May celebration and reach our more than 32,000+ occupational safety, health and environmental professional members of the American Society of Safety Engineers, the 50+ partner organizations and other corporations around the globe in supporting the annual North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week this May 2-8, 2010, Occupational Safety and Health Professional (OSHP) Day Wednesday, May 5, 2009, and the eighth annual ASSE kids' "Safety-on-the-Job" poster contest for kids aged 5-14. The poster contest winners are announced during NAOSH Week at an awards ceremony in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., at the DOL and a Smithsonian event.
Signature Story - Posters That Protect
By Matt Alderton
Fourteen-year-old Hayley Lemens of Pendleton, Ore., is soft-spoken and shy. She always has been, according to her mom, Jeanie, who says her daughter — a straight-A student who's involved in everything from dance and music to swimming and Girl Scouts — often struggles socially because she's so reserved.
"Hayley's always been pretty quiet," Lemens says, "which makes it really hard for her to meet new people and make new friends."
Lately, however, that's been changing. And so has Hayley, who's been raising her hand more often in the classroom and speaking up more loudly outside it. Lemens attributes some of her daughter's development to adolescence. Much of it, however, she credits to the Des Plaines, Ill.-based American Society of Safety Engineers, which sponsors an annual poster contest — the ASSE Kids' "Safety-on-the-Job" Poster Contest — that Hayley won this year. ... more
As a sponsor you have an opportunity to be part of a growing program that:
Your organization will be recognized throughout the year as a NAOSH/OSHP supporter through a variety of ways such as:
Your organization can be a part of these NAOSH/OSHP events in many ways such as:
From $200 to $50,000 or more your company or organization could become a NAOSH/OSHP Sponsor.
The focus of NAOSH Week 2010 is "Mission NAOSH 201: Working Safe”. ASSE's 32,000 + members are occupational safety, health and environmental professionals committed to protecting people, property and the environment. Help us get the word out.
To participate, fill out the sponsorship form below today or contact Diane Hurns directly at 847-768-3413 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Distribution materials will be finalized by the end of March, 2010. Please consider being part of this ever growing program aimed at increasing workplace safety for everyone. Please contact us with any questions and go to www.asse.org/naosh09 for a round-up of the 2009 activities.