Safety Leadership Conference The Construction Association of Michigan has teamed up with the Greater Detroit Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) to provide a one-day conference specifically designed for leaders with a responsibility for employee safety.  Company owners, top executives, safety managers, and... Read More

Michigan Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation

Traumatic occupational deaths are not random events. Prevention of work-related fatalities can be accomplished if information about the settings and circumstances in which the work-related death occurred and root causes are identified, and if practical and implementable prevention information is shared with stakeholders who can effect work practice changes in their workplaces. Surveillance and... Read More

Presedent’s Message to Members – April 2014

As President of our West Michigan ASSE Chapter, I have a few important updates for you. Next Tuesday during the Michigan Safety Conference, we are co-hosting a FREE joint-meeting with the Greater Detroit and Lansing Chapters. The meeting will start at 4:30 pm and end around 5:30 pm in Room 201 at the Lansing Center. RSVP information is listed on the attached flyer. Our ASSE Region 7 Regional Vice... Read More

ASSE Government Affairs Update

March 28, 2014   The following are activities related to government and public policy that impact the practice of safety, health and environmental (SH&E) professionals.  You can go directly to for the entire GA Update.  This is not copyrighted.  You are encouraged to share this with anyone who might find this information useful.  ASSE... Read More

2013/14 New Year Welcome

Hello everyone. With the WMASSE new year just beginning, I wanted to share some information with you. July 1st was the beginning of our new West Michigan ASSE Chapter year, and also brought an end to last year’s (2012-2013) term.  To the 2012-2013 board members, thank you for all of your time and dedication to our chapter’s success. With increased work and family responsibilities... Read More