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AcronymDefinition
ASSEAmerican Society of Safety Engineers
ASSEAmerican Society of Sanitary Engineering
ASSEAssociation pour une Solidarité Syndicale Étudiante (Canadian student association)
ASSEAmerican Scandinavian Student Exchange
ASSEAsociace Skautek A Skautù Evropy (Czech Republic scouting)
ASSEAuxiliary Steam System
ASSEAssociation Sportive de Saint Etienne de Football (French soccer team)
ASSEAir Servicing and Standard Equipment
ASSEAcoustic Sensor Suite Equipment
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"This is an excellent opportunity for students and safety professionals to not only research a major issue on workplace safety, but to also identify solutions aimed at increasing worker safety and health," ASSE Foundation Chair, Eddie Greer, CSP, OHST said today.
In 2007, the ASSE hoped to take advantage of its growing student power to block the de-freezing of tuition fees.
"Distracted driving is a safety problem;' said Terrie Norris, regional vice president of ASSE, in a release.
For more information and a copy of Linda Tapp's presentation, check ASSE's website at (www.asse.org/newsroom) or send an e-mail to (customerservice@asse.org).
In addition to providing the brochure, about 100 members of ASSE are presenting classes on workplace safety at 26 Houston-area high schools.
The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), 29th Annual Professional Development Conference, Addison, TX, Contact: Mike Thompson (281) 3664791, michaelthompson@member.asse.org, www.asse.org.
Officials from the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) note that injuries from falls, improper wiring, poor air quality, eye strain and fire can easily occur.
Muro del tempo (Wall of time, 1968), Spartito (Split up, 1969), Obelisco (Obelisk, 1970), and Asse d'equilibrio (Axis of equilibrium, 1973) all played in various ways with the idea of the measurement of time, suggesting a vital current in which one could lose or find oneself again.
The first of these now-unreadable best-sellers is the De asse by the great French humanist Guillaume Bude, first published in 1514, which has never been translated or received a critical edition.