The main publication of the Safety and Health Historical Society is a quarterly journal, The Archives of Safety and Health. The January 2020 issue (Volume 3, Number 1) contains articles for people engaged in and interested in safety and health history. Click HERE for the most recent newsletter.
Holiday Party and Past Presidents Recognition at Maggiano’s December 4th
Dec 16, 2019
Another great event incorporating not just warm and celebratory networking, but Toys for Tots, Treats for Troops, Jack Fearing 2019 SPY award, long term member recognition, and awesome mentalist entertainment. Wonderful time for members and guests! Click HERE for more pictures and information.
2019 NJ ASSP Safety Professional of the Year Award
Dec 11, 2019
Jack Fearing, long time NJ ASSP member and high level contributor, was awarded the 2019 NJ ASSP Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) Award at the Chapter Holiday Party on December 4th at Maggiano’s in Bridgewater. Jack has had key roles in PDCs, monthly meetings, Toys for Tots and Treats for Troops, and the OSHA 10 hour course, all of which increased membership, attendance, and impact. Congratulations and sincere thanks Jack! You are one in a million!
(Left to right; Joe Schwed and Louise Vallee, Past Presidents, Jack Fearing, and Rob Ortiz, current Chapter President)
New Jersey ASSP Chapter Aids “Toys for Tots”
Dec 11, 2019
The New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers (NJASSE) collected over 50 toys for children of all ages at its annual Celebration held at the Maggiano’s Little Italy in Bridgewater. “Participating in the toy drive is the ideal way for local ASSP members and families to give back to the community,” ASSP Community Outreach Chair Jack Fearing said. “Our organization has been an integral part of this community’s service and growth for many years, as such, it comes as no surprise that we to continue to assist Toys for Tots in its annual campaign to raise awareness and donate toys for a worthy cause. The mission of the Marine Toys for Tots foundation since its inception in 1947 has been to ‘bring the joy of Christmas to America’s needy children’.
Free Webinar: Managing OSHA in the Trump Era
Oct 01, 2019
Date: Tuesday, October 15th, 2019Time: 2pm ET / 11am PT
Duration: 1 hour
Sponsored by: Safety Services
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The Trump Administration’s disinterest in OSHA does not mean that nothing has changed for employers.
They must deal with new State-OSHA regulations, major Court and Commission decisions affecting citations and procedures, and a dizzying array of inspection practices by different OSHA Area Offices and State-Plans. A company’s main focus must be on protecting its workers, but you cannot ignore the parallel tracks of OSHA regulation.This Webinar’s Key Takeaways:
- The effect of open leadership positions, underfunding, understaffing, and resulting inconsistent training.
- Managing the scope of an inspection and a renewed importance on procedures such as conducting dual respiratory monitoring.
- Increasing challenges posed by subs, labor providers, and working on a multiemployer site.
Can’t join us for the live event? We’ve got you covered. Register anyway, and we’ll send you the on-demand viewing link shortly after the broadcast.