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ASSE

Abbr. for “American Society of Sanitary Engineering.”
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Organized by the Kuwait Chapter of ASSE, the award ceremony is an annual event that recognizes the Arabian Gulf region's organizations that have made significant strides in investing and managing workplace risks and developing EH&S performance.
The ASSE (Pakistan Chapter) has recently been awarded a charter by the Board of Directors (BoD) in the USA to promote safety culture in Pakistan.
Founded in 1911, the Park Ridge, Illinois-based ASSE is the oldest professional safety organization and is committed to protecting people, property and the environment.
Members of ASSE will receive special consideration for this fellowship.
The ASSE immediately began a strike campaign, which included protests, petitions, sit-ins and a strike-organizing coalition.
The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) has commended California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger for signing legislation that bans cell phone use by motorists.
Facility Management Association's (IFMA's) 2005 World Workplace Conference last fall, American Society of Safety Engineers' (ASSE) Practice Specialty Administrator Linda Tapp informed attendees that with the workforce being more diverse than ever, it's imperative for facilities managers to be aware and take actions to help provide a safe workplace for everyone--regardless of their age, language, body shape, or size.
American Society of Sanitary Engineers (ASSE) performance standards that govern potable systems' safety valves (see www.asse-plumbing.org) are numbered 1016 and 1017.
In 2000, a total of 70 teenage workers in the United States were fatally injured on the job, while another 77,000 were seriously injured, according to the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).
Iraqi Christians--Chaldeans, Assyrians, Syrians, Armenians, Greeks, and Latins--ask that a future constitution recognize religious, cultural, social and political rights; envision a legal statute in which each person will be considered according to his or her capacities, without discrimination, so that each may have the right to actively participate in the government and the service of the country; consider Christians as Iraqi citizens with full rights; and guarantee the right to 'profess our faith according to our ancient traditions and our religious law, the right to educate our children according to Christian principles, the right to freely asse mble, to build our places of worship, and our cultural and social centers, according to our needs"' (Zenit, May 5/03).