July Grapevine Event: Legalized Impairment and What Employers can do About It

Wednesday July 15, 2015 – Wednesday July 15, 2015 | Register Description: Topic: Legalized Impairment and What Employers can do About it Speaker: Jerry Bach, CSHM Where: Charlie’s Grill 1320 19th Hole Dr.               Windsor, CA (707-838-8802) Cost: Member (w/ online pay) $29 Member (at door) $36 Non-Member: $40 Please Register Here Please arrive by 6pm for Social...

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Thanks for a great 2014-2015 year!

On behalf of the ASSE Board members, thank you all for a great year! Our last meeting of the year was on Wednesday June 10th. We will resume our monthly meetings every 2nd Wednesday of the month starting in September at our usual venue, Scott’s Seafood in Jack London Square. Mark you calendars, below is a list of meetings topics that will be coming up: September – New Heat Illness...

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Construction Health and Safety Technician Exam Prep Class: October 14-16, 2015

Wednesday October 14, 2015 – Friday October 16, 2015 7600 Dublin Blvd., Suite 102 Map and Directions | Register Description: The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) San Francisco Chapter is once again offering a Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) Exam Prep Class in the San Francisco Bay Area, for those persons interested in preparing to sit for the examination.  The...

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ASSE in Spanish! New Website!

We are happy to announce the launch of our new website in Spanish. By this new effort we aim to provide information and resources to our growing membership in Latin America, Spain, and the large population in the United States that speak Spanish. This website will better connect ASSE with diverse audiences and will expand the benefits for our Spanish speaking members. With this new Spanish...

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Why eyewitnesses get it wrong

Why eyewitnesses get it wrong: Video on TED.com  Scott Fraser studies how humans remember crimes — and bear witness to them. In this powerful talk, which focuses on a deadly shooting at sunset, he suggests that even close-up eyewitnesses to a crime can create “memories” they could not have seen. Why? Because the brain abhors a vacuum.  But there is another compelling part of...

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