ASSE Luncheon – 2018 NC Statewide Safety Conference

Posted: Mar 12, 2018

ASSE Luncheon –2018 NC Statewide Safety Conference
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

The Western Carolina Chapter is hosting the ASSE Luncheon and invite you to meet and hear ASSE President Elect – Rixio Medina, CSP, CPP.

Topic: “Effective Strategies for Maintaining Employee Engagement”

Rixio E. Medina, CSP, CPP is Business Development Director with the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. With 37 years of OSH experience in oil and gas, he has worked as Vice-President of Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Shared Services for CITGO Petroleum Corporation, BP and Mobil. Rixio was appointed by the President of the United States to serve on the Chemical Safety Board, and served four term appointments as occupational safety professional representative on the National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health.

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DRIVE SMART Virginia & ASSE 2018 Event

Posted: Jan 30, 2018


Join Us for a Joint Meeting of DRIVE SMART Virginia and the American Society of Safety Engineers

Each April, DRIVE SMART Virginia and ASSE conduct a joint meeting the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in Ruckersville. This year we have partnered with the NOVA chapter who join us in hosting this multi-chapter event.

Plan to join us on April 12th as we tour the facility, view a crash test, enjoy a catered lunch, and get a briefing from IIHS leadership on their latest research and the state of traffic safety. If you have never experienced a crash test at this facility before, it is a one-of-a-kind opportunity. We hope to see you there!

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2017 Maryland 4H AG Tractor Safety Operator Champion

Posted: Oct 30, 2017

The Chesapeake Chapter had the fortune to sponsor and outstanding young man, Henry Brunette, in his trip to compete in the 2017 National Youth Engineering Challenge at Purdue University.  The contest is designed to give youth who are participating in agricultural tractor and machinery-focused programs an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of tractor maintenance and skill in operation, and to compete with other youth in so doing.  You can see how challenging the criteria is clicking here for the competition details.  There is also a letter from the University of Maryland thanking the Chesapeake Chapter for their support and a personal thank you from Henry for helping him get to the national competition, click here to read.

Congratulations Henry!