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Photo Gallery: North American Occupational Safety and Health Week 2013 Kickoff Program
(May 6, 2013)

Images include:

  • Dr. David Michaels, assistant secretary of labor for occupational safety and health, delivers welcome remarks at the kickoff of NAOSH week.
  • Richard Pollock, president of the American Society of Safety Engineers, reaffirms the ASSE's commitment to promote the common goal of getting workers home safe at the end of the day, with Dr. David Michaels looking on.
  • Jim Hopkins, president of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering, echoes how employers and workers all across North America will take time to reflect this week on how they can maintain and improve their efforts to stay safe and healthy at work.
  • Victoriano Angüis Terrazas, president of the Mexican Association of Safety and Health, delivers a presentation on the common goal to get workers home safe at the end of the day.
  • Director of Safety, Health and Training for LeBlanc Building Company of Phoenix, Ariz., Jeremy Bethancourt receives the ASSE's first ever Triangle Award, which honors a professional in the field of occupational safety, health and environmental work.
  • From left to right, President of the Mexican Association of Safety and Health Victoriano Angüis Terrazas; President of the American Society of Safety Engineers Richard Pollock; Director of Safety, Health and Training for LeBlanc Building Company of Phoenix, Ariz., Jeremy Bethancourt; Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health Dr. David Michaels; and President of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering Jim Hopkins.
  • The conclusion of the kickoff program honors the winners of the ASSE's annual children's poster contest, based on this year's NAOSH theme, "Worker Safety Works for Everyone."
  • OSHA Official Kathy Seabrook introduces the winners and runner-ups of the ASSE's annual children's poster contest, which was based on this year's NAOSH Week theme, "Worker Safety Works for Everyone."
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 9-10.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 11-12.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 5-6.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 7-8.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 5-6.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest.

Images include:

  • Dr. David Michaels, assistant secretary of labor for occupational safety and health, delivers welcome remarks at the kickoff of NAOSH week.
  • Richard Pollock, president of the American Society of Safety Engineers, reaffirms the ASSE's commitment to promote the common goal of getting workers home safe at the end of the day, with Dr. David Michaels looking on.
  • Jim Hopkins, president of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering, echoes how employers and workers all across North America will take time to reflect this week on how they can maintain and improve their efforts to stay safe and healthy at work.
  • Victoriano Angüis Terrazas, president of the Mexican Association of Safety and Health, delivers a presentation on the common goal to get workers home safe at the end of the day.
  • Director of Safety, Health and Training for LeBlanc Building Company of Phoenix, Ariz., Jeremy Bethancourt receives the ASSE's first ever Triangle Award, which honors a professional in the field of occupational safety, health and environmental work.
  • From left to right, President of the Mexican Association of Safety and Health Victoriano Angüis Terrazas; President of the American Society of Safety Engineers Richard Pollock; Director of Safety, Health and Training for LeBlanc Building Company of Phoenix, Ariz., Jeremy Bethancourt; Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health Dr. David Michaels; and President of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering Jim Hopkins.
  • The conclusion of the kickoff program honors the winners of the ASSE's annual children's poster contest, based on this year's NAOSH theme, "Worker Safety Works for Everyone."
  • OSHA Official Kathy Seabrook introduces the winners and runner-ups of the ASSE's annual children's poster contest, which was based on this year's NAOSH Week theme, "Worker Safety Works for Everyone."
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 9-10.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 11-12.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 5-6.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 7-8.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest, ages 5-6.
  • Winning posters from this year's ASSE Kids "Worker Safety Works for Everyone" poster contest.