The Blacks in Safety Engineering (BISE) common interest group's mission is to promote and encourage the collaboration, interest, recognition and promotion of Blacks within the safety profession and within ASSE.
ASSE Members, join today for just $20!
Network via social media, conference calls and annual meetings
Connect with top industry professionals
Request advisory committee guidance and advice
Share or seek knowledge through mentoring services
Enhance your resume through volunteer opportunities
Publish your knowledge to earn recertification points
Outcome Evaluation - How Does Your Safety & Health Program Measure Up?
Performance measurement should be based on data that indicate whether a program achieved its goals and objectives, and to improve its operation.
Volunteer Advisory Committee
Administrator: Kevin Slates
Assistant Administrator: Alexis Daniels
Secretary: Donald Fondel
Content Coordinator: OPEN
Membership Chair: OPEN
Awards & Honors Chair: Monique Parker
Professional Development Chair: Bettina Lucas
Body of Knowledge Chair: Oluwabenga Ogungbe
Website/Social Media Chair: Daniel Osadiaye
Mentoring: Linda Rhodes
BISE Local-Level Contact: Joe Dennis
Technical Question Coordinator: Krystle Hodge
Today’s students will be tomorrow’s safety professionals and ensuring their success is key to improving workplace safety worldwide. The Foundation has helped thousands of students in their educations by providing hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships each year. If Safety Matters to you, please contribute to the BISE Scholarship. Donate today and note BISE Grant in the other field.
BISE Scholarship Recipients
2016 – Charles Ezimoha, Eastern Kentucky University
2015 – Ebony Winder, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
2014 – Limi Akomah-Mordi, Brigham Young University Idaho
2013 – Belema Boyle, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
2012 – Stella Amuwha, Oakland University
2011 – Ernine Porter, Oakland University
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