Hurricane Florence

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Good afternoon ASSP members,

I’m sure all of you are aware of the approach of Hurricane Florence and its expected impact along the East Coast, especially in the Carolinas. The dangers not only involve devastating winds and flying debris but also torrential rains and widespread flooding. The storm could dump as much as 40 inches of rain on some communities. The result of that ...

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Safety 2018 – ASSP’s premier annual event is upon us!@ASSPSafety #Safety2018?

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American Society of Safety Professionals
Know Before You Go

LOCATIONHenry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, 900 E Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205

 

SCHEDULE 

Pre-Conference Courses: June 2-3*

Saturday, June 2 & Sunday, June 3: 7:00AM – ...

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Workers’ Memorial Day

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It’s estimated that 4,600 people die annually from a workplace fatality in the U.S. Globally, 6,300 people die every day because of occupational accidents or work-related diseases – more than 2.3 million deaths per year, according to the International Labour Organization.  
The 38,439 members of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) have dedicated their lives to helping reduce injuries and save lives. Workers’ Memorial Day, April 28, is a painful reminder of how much the ...
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Update: Massachusetts Amends their Ban the Box Regulation

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Massachusetts made changes to their Ban the Box ordinance. These changes will go into effect on October 13, 2018. (reprinted from CareerBuilder Employment Screening)
Under Massachusetts law, employers are prohibited from asking for information about an applicant’s criminal history on an “initial written employment application” (this is referred to as the “ban the box” provision).
After the “initial written employment ...
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ISO 45001-2018 Adopted as an ANSI/ASSE National Standard (reprinted from ASSE)

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Adoption of ISO 45001 as an American National Standard is a watershed moment for occupational health and safety management systems (OHSMS). The standard provides a structure around which organizations can work to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities.

ASSE filed the required paperwork with ANSI in January 2018, anticipating that the standard would be approved following balloting during the final draft international stage. The approved standard was published March 12, 2018, with 93 percent of its members voting in ...

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Consentium Search will be attending Safety 2018 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, in San Antonio, Texas, June 3-5

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Come by the Consentium Search LLC booth 2453 to meet our team and see our latest products and solutions.

 

Consentium Search will be attending Safety 2018 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, in San Antonio, Texas, June 3-5 and have three separate venues where you can meet us:

1. We will be on the Exhibit Floor at Booth 2453. Stop by to learn how Consentium Search can assist you in your critical recruiting efforts to source and hire the best Environmental, ...

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The Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals (ATAP) announces the PROFESSIONAL CODE OF RECRUITING INTEGRITY

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Consentium Search is proud to be a member of The Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals (ATAP) and is happy to adopt and adhere to the newly created and adopted PROFESSIONAL CODE OF RECRUITING INTEGRITY

This code of recruiting integrity was crafted by a team of ATAP members and peer-reviewed by dozens of recruitment professionals. It’s designed to reflect the desired ethical behaviors of our global profession. By agreeing to this code, ATAP members promise to engage in ongoing and active dialogue regarding ...

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Update regarding laws surrounding salary inquiry

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Jurisdictions Impacted by Salary Restrictions
  • This is a reminder that Oregon and New York City’s Salary History Restrictions go into effect October 2017. Delaware goes into effect November 2017, where as San Francisco and Massachusetts don’t take effect until July 2018. Philadelphia is still on hold.
    • Employers need to be mindful of this now ever more popular trend in legislation, because the main concern is that employers are making hiring decisions over a candidate’s current or past salary. The following cities and states ...
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