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CNY ASSE Monthly Meeting
The Central New York Chpater of the American Society of Safety Engineers is pleased to announce Oryx Insurance Brokerage Inc. as the exclusive conference sponsor of this years 1/2 day Professional Development Conference (PDC) on June 23rd in Skaneateles.
Oryx Insurance Brokerage, Inc. is a Managing General Agent (MGA) located in Binghamton, NY. Founded in 1996, our focus has been on construction clients within the Northeast.
Once again the CNY Chapter of the ASSE will be hosting a Professional Development Conference. This year’s event will once again be in conjunction with our annual networking boat ride and lunch on beautiful Skaneateles Lake. As in years past we anticipate this event to be very educational and well attended.
OSHA 1904 Recordkeeping Updates and Enforcement Trends.
Do not miss this tremendous cost saving opportunity! Once again, the Penn-Jersey, New Jersey, and Philadelphia Chapters of ASSE are sponsoring a 3 day ASP and a 3 day CSP certification preparation course in June of 2016. Each course will be taught by Langlois, Weigand & Associates, Inc., who are the trainers used by ASSE and NSC. The cost of attending this course is approximately 25% of the total cost if you were to travel to take the ASP or CSP prep course. There are only 25 seats available in each course so act quickly.
February 18th – Open House Meeting @ Dig Safe NY
March 22nd – Dig Safe Seminar @ OCC
April 21st – Local Homeland Security @ To Be Announced
May Meeting – To Be Determined
June 23rd – Half Day PDC @ The Lodge, SkeaneatelesRead More
EligibilityMust have 60 credit hours of towards Occupational Safety Health or related degree (eg. Fire science, risk control, etc). must provide transcript(s) Must be enrolled as at least as part time student and provide proof of enrollment. Must be a resident of Central NY Chapter area Complete application
PreferenceMember of CNY Chapter, or Immediate Family of Member (spouse or child) will be given preference. Non-recipient applicants over past recipients
The student must have a grade point average of 2.5 (or higher) out of 4.