She has held numerous ASSE chapter offices and was also named Council on Practices and Standards Safety Professional of the Year in 2008.
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- Social Pattern of Value
- Société Protectrice des Oiseaux de Ville (French)
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- Stichting Pensioenfonds Openbaar Vervoer (Dutch: Public Transport Pension Fund; Netherlands)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Seville was named Alaska Safety Professional of the Year by the Alaska Chapter of ASSE in 2005.
Last month, the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) presented BPRR with its President's Award for best employee safety record in the 250,000-500,000 man-hours category and also named Tyrone James, GWI's vice president of safety and compliance, its Safety Professional of the Year.
Gary Thibodeux (recent recipient of the 1996 National Safety Professional of the Year Award from the National Private Truck Council) and Mr.
Other CTA awards presented at the banquet included awards for Industry Achievement, Fleet Safety Professional of the Year, Excellence in Maintenance and a number of Fleet Safety awards.
CWX also captured two other top safety awards: first place for safest line-haul (highway transport between city) operations, in the over seven million miles yearly category; and Safety Professional of the Year, an individual award presented to Bill Fyfe, CWX's regional safety supervisor for Southern California.