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westex and the american society of safety engineers sign a 2-year extension

Westex and the American Society of Safety Engineers Sign a 2-Year Extension

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31 Mar 2014

Westex and the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) have signed a 2-Year extension to the existing Gold Sponsorship Agreement for 2014-2015. Over the next two years, Westex will provide a financial contribution to ASSE along with product and educational support to the ASSE membership.

Westex’s Gold Sponsorship of ASSE will include the following recognitions for 2014 & 2015: • Sponsorship of the Manufacturing Practice Specialty • Sponsorship of the Oil & Gas Practice Specialty • Sponsorship of 4 Educational Sessions at PDC • Sponsorship of the ASSE Leadership Conference

Westex and ASSE also will collaborate on a Non-Commercial, Scientific Research Project in 2014-2015. This project will include: • Data collection with analytic analysis by ASSE with assistance by Westex • Presentation of data findings to ASSE Members and industry constituents • Development of a White Paper to disseminate data and key findings • Webinar to Present data and key findings

“ASSE strongly emphasizes worker safety, and is proud to have Westex as a sponsor who shares the same philosophy. By committing to educating the industry, and by focusing on protecting people, Westex has shown that worker safety is an organizational value.” Kathy A. Seabrook CSP, CMIOSH, EurOSHM ASSE President, 2013-2014

“Westex is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of ASSE and to extend this relationship for an additional 2 years,” said Westex President Dan Bischoff. “For 25 years, Westex has supported ASSE and looks forward to continuing to provide ASSE and its members with the highest quality products and innovative testing and educational materials.”

About ASSE Founded in 1911, the Chicago-based ASSE has more than 35,000 occupational safety, health and environmental professional members from around the globe who lead, manage, supervise, research and consult on safety, health, transportation and environmental issues in all industries, government, labor, health care and education. For more information please go to www.asse.org

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