Our more than 36,000 members lead, manage, supervise, research and consult on occupational safety and health across all industries and represent diverse voices across age, gender and ethnicity.
ASSP has a long-standing reputation of delivering top-quality occupational safety and health education and training members can immediately put into practice.
ASSP engages in a consensus process that brings together diverse viewpoints to ensure that standards reflect the latest industry developments and recognized best practices.
Safety professionals count on ASSP publications to deliver the information they need to create safer, healthier workplaces that protect workers and improve organizational performance.
We are committed to advancing our profession through evidence-based approaches such as risk assessment and prevention through design.
We are your source for insights on trends in the safety profession, including developments in safety management, worker safety, government and regulatory affairs, and standards.
We connect you to great resources that help you prevent workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities.
Welcome to the safety profession. With ASSP, you can grow your future career, build your network, expand your education, connect with industry experts and earn scholarships.
Become an author and share your expertise, add to the occupational safety and health (OSH) profession’s knowledge base, build your resume, and earn credits that will help you fulfill various continuing education and OSH credential requirements.
ASSP has a long-standing reputation of delivering top-quality occupational safety and health knowledge through highly regarded OSH publications. Write for any ASSP publication to share your expertise: You’ll be viewed as a true resource—someone others look to for guidance and professional leadership. Becoming a published author has several benefits:
*Student article. An article written and submitted for publication by a student(s) currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in OSH or related field. To qualify as a student paper, the manuscript must meet both of the following criteria: 1) Author has less than three years’ practical experience working in a field related to occupational safety and health, industrial hygiene and/or environmental or related endeavor; and 2) No coauthors are university faculty members.
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