The Military Branch covers safety topics relevant to active duty, reserve and National Guard members and their civil service counterparts. Operational, fleet and off-duty safety are covered since the branches of the military share common risks and exposures not generally seen outside the military services.
The Military Branch is sponsoring several sessions at Safety 2017. Click here to see the complete list. Be sure to put them on your calendar.
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To be a member of the Military Branch, simply join the Public Sector Practice Specialty for $20. Already a member of the Public Sector Practice Specialty, simply update your member profile to have free access.
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Active Duty Military Membership
ASSE is pleased to offer reduced dues to members who are currently active duty military personnel in any branch of the U.S. military whose job involves OSH and current military reservists whose job involves OSH, and are on active duty (above and beyond their 2-week annual commitment). Proof of active service will be requested in order to receive this offer.
Military Member Benefits Include:
Annual dues of $15 until 1 year after separation (Chapter dues are additional)
Free membership in the Public Sector Practice Specialty/Military Branch
Unlimited access to ASSE online webinars
Digital copy of Professional Safety Journal (PSJ)
How to join: Select the Public Sector Practice Specialty and Public Sector Military Branch on your application form and enter promo code MILMEM at checkout. Or call customer service at +1 847 699.2929.
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Lessons Learned in Safety
While some lessons might not be direct, I believe they contain principles worth reminding other disciplines and leaders throughout safety programs, command leadership, accident investigators and perhaps even organizations like law enforcement and emergency responders.
Volunteer Advisory Committee
Chair: Chris Gates
Vice Chair: Robert Barnette
Content Coordinator: Shawn Lewis
Secretary: Brenda Smith
Membership Chair: Joseph Winfield
Awards & Honors Chair: Brenda Smith
Professional Development Chair: OPEN
Body of Knowledge Chair: OPEN
Website/Social Media Chair: Robert Barnette
Technical Question Coordinator: Shawn Lewis
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The ASSE Foundation supports numerous scholarships for military personnel. Students just beginning their career in OSH will become the leaders of tomorrow, and experienced professionals are constantly striving to expand their skills and knowledge. We support all safety professionals on their path of improvement. Donate to the Safety Matters fund to continue these efforts.