As an ASSP member, you are part of a vibrant community of safety professionals working to create a safer, stronger future.

Our members work in all industries and represent diverse voices across age, gender and ethnicity. Together we promote sound safe practices and set the standard for professional excellence.

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Online ASSP Community

Our exclusive online member community connects you with great resources and great people to help you grow professionally and engage with colleagues on a global scale.

Build Your Leadership Skills

Serving on an ASSP committee is a great way to build new skills, meet new contacts and make a difference in the OSH profession. We have opportunities in member communities, education, standards and advocacy areas.


Member Communities

Whether you’re interested in getting involved with safety professionals near you by joining a local chapter, or networking among safety professionals in similar industries or with similar backgrounds and interests, we have a group just for you.

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Member Directory

Build your professional network and find solutions to your occupational safety and health challenges by connecting with other ASSP members.

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Diana Stegall presents award to RIchard Olawyin

Member Awards and Honors

Our members work hard to improve occupational safety and health within their own organizations and across workplaces around the world. These achievements deserve recognition. That's why we recognize our members with a multitude of awards each year — offering them peer recognition, as well as recognition from their employers and within their diverse industries.

Learn about our awards


Volunteer Involvement and Leadership

As a volunteer ASSP leader, you will grow your personal leadership and business skills, while helping the ASSP community to enhance the safety profession’s future. We offer many opportunities to get involved — whether volunteering on committees, running for elected Society office, teaching courses, or authoring articles or books.

Become a volunteer leader

While we encourage you to simply raise your hand to get involved in many ways, some ASSP leadership positions require you be elected.

Learn about our election process

Being a safety professional is one of the best jobs in the world. You get to use all of your skills to benefit employees. It's just a fantastic job.
Sharon Kemerer

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