Ten American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) members from across the country received the first-ever NAOSH Champion Award recently for their efforts in promoting the importance of workplace safety and its contribution to sustaining a positive quality of life.
From personal protection equipment safety fashion shows to staff /CEO seminars on safety, ASSE members held events in hundreds of cities and companies nationwide to promote ‘being safe at work’ during North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week May 1-7, 2005. And millions listened.
As a result, ASSE members from Oregon, Maine, Texas, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, and Washington, D.C., received the NAOSH Champion Award at the ASSE annual conference recently in New Orleans.
The award winners are ASSE Greater Boston Chapter member Robert Daisy, Boston; Maine Chapter President Raymond Johnson, Hampden, Maine; former ASSE President James “Skipper” Kendrick, Hurst, Texas; former Gulf Coast Chapter President Cynthia Lewis, Santa Fe, Texas; Oklahoma City Chapter President Michael Messner, Oklahoma City; Gulf Coast Chapter President Michael Narvaez, Houston; former Columbia-Willamette Chapter President David Parsons, Keizer, Oregon; Central Texas Chapter Vice President Robert Rogers, Austin, Texas; former Gulf Coast Chapter President Gregory Smith, Austin; and National Capital Chapter member Tony Ashdown, Washington, D.C.
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