Chapter Dinner Meeting 10/22/2014
Title: "ISO45001 - What You Need to Know Now"
Speaker: Pam Walaski Regional Manager - EHS Services Compliance Management International
When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014; 5:30 p.m. Social hour – $ cash bar $; 6:00 p.m. Dinner – BBQ Ribs, Smoked Beef Brisket, green beans, Potato casserole, salad and bread, soda, tea and coffee
Where: WINKING LIZARD TAVERN – 25200 Miles Road, Bedford Hts, OH 44146
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Greater Detroit Chapter ASSE Leadership Conference
December 3, 2014
Registration is now open! Your registration includes breakfast, a lively opening session demonstrating the power of PPE, four workshops of your choice, a keynote address from nationally-recognized presenter Shawn Galloway, a fabulous lunch, and an afternoon snack. In addition, safety equipment suppliers will be on hand to answer your questions about what's hot and how to address hazards within your workplace. For More Info Go To: http://greaterdetroit.asse.org/events/?ee=7
I am very excited to be leading our Northern Ohio Chapter into another successful year! Our award-winning chapter has many great opportunities of which you can take advantage:
Active participation in ASSE has molded my career by providing me with:
The best way to enhance your career is by getting involved. Please reach out to me or one of our Executive Committee members to learn more. I hope to see you at our next chapter meeting.
Valerie R. Baker CSP, CHMM
President – Northern Ohio Chapter
American Society of Safety Engineers
Global EHS Manager - Paper Division, Specialty Minerals Inc.
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Today, millions of people go to and return home from work safely every day due, in part, to the commitment of the occupational safety, health and environmental (SH&E) practitioners who work day in and day out identifying hazards and implementing safety advances in all industries and at all workplaces, thereby reducing workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses.
Founded in 1911, the Des Plaines, Illinois-based American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) is the oldest and largest safety organization and represents more than 30,000 SH&E practitioners committed to protecting people, property and the environment and are at the forefront of safety engineering, design, standards development, management and education in virtually every industry, governmental agency, labor and education. Presently, ASSE has 151 chapters, 56 sections and 65 student sections. There are also members in 64 countries including Mexico, Ecuador, Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, Australia, Kuwait and Egypt. ASSE members serve on over 40 safety and health standards committees including the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
ASSE and its members continue to work towards increasing workplace safety and health and raising awareness globally. Throughout history, the safety profession and safety professionals have attempted to improve working conditions. Through these efforts, many lives are saved each day. However, this work is not complete. Until each worker returns home in the same condition s/he came to work in, ASSE and its members still have a formidable task at hand. For more information please go to www.asse.org.