Have you had a chance to check out the June 2020 issue of Professional Safety Journal (PSJ), ASSP’s monthly publication? Published in the June issue is an article composed by Wyatt Bradbury, CSP, CHST, CIT – National Capital Chapter President.
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Pandemic Challenges: How to Return to Work Safely
Occupational safety and health professionals (OSH) play a key role in bringing employees and contractors back into the workplace following a pandemic like COVID-19. Gain information and review examples of practices OSH professionals can use to help their organization resume operations and safely return people to a traditional work environment. Use practical examples of how to conduct a hazard assessment to create a plan your workplace can use to effectively identify and mitigate hazards.
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Region VI is proud to recognize Ogaga Tebehaevu of the North Carolina Chapter for his selfless servant leadership in being recognized in the inaugural ASSP Emerging Professionals Award.
The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) has selected its first group of recipients for a new award and professional development program that aims to advance occupational safety and health careers while supporting the entire profession. ASSP’s 2020 Emerging Professional Award was earned by five next-generation safety leaders who demonstrate leadership, volunteerism and a desire to widely impact workplace safety through their involvement in the world’s oldest professional safety organization.