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Title: ASSE Alliance

Type: Text Slide with image


  • ASSE participating on OSHA's Safety & Health Topics Page Editorial Boards
  • ASSE brochure entitled "Workplace Safety Guide for New Workers."
  • Professional certification workshop at Safety 2005 Conference
  • North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week

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Speaker Notes:

ASSE on OSHA Ed. Board

Examples: Motor Vehicle Safety and Ergonomics

Safety Guide for New Workers

An ASSE-developed free brochure, available in English and Spanish, that contains key state and federal contact information, important facts to know and workplace safety questions workers and parents should ask.

Professional Certification Work Shop

June 15, 2005: Through the OSHA and ASSE Alliance, a workshop, Supporting SH&E Careers in Government, will be presented at 11:00 a.m. during ASSE's annual conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Experienced panelists will provide government employees in the safety, health and environmental fields with career development information, including the paths and milestones for professional level certification.


Through the OSHA and ASSE Alliance, OSHA, ASSE, and the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE), held a NAOSH Week kick-off event on May 2 in the auditorium in the Francis Perkins Building. Acting Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Jonathan L. Snare opened the event and served as master of ceremonies. His participation included a presentation on OSHA's new Hispanic Outreach and Youth Resources fact sheets as well as recognition of the national winners of ASSE's "Be Safe at Work" Kids' Poster Contest. In addition, presentations were made by Gene Barfield, ASSE President and a CSSE representation.

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