Willis North America’s Patricia Ennis Named President Of The American Society Of Safety Engineers – Yahoo Finance

Ennis said, “The ASSE is a dynamic organization leading the way in occupational health women and safety and I am honored to have been elected as the 100th president. We will continue to develop innovative ideas and strategies, providing our members with competencies to manage a wide range of risks, while creating safer work environments and preventing workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses.” “Trish Ennis is a well-known and respected occupational safety professional who has deep experience in serving a range of clients,” said Marc Hindman, Risk Control & Claim Advocacy Practice Leader, Willis North America. “We’re thrilled to have Trish represent ASSE in this leadership role where she will continue to advocate for workplace safety issues via ASSE’s global platform. This partnership underscores Willis’ commitment to delivering industry leading risk control solutions and services to clients.” Based in Denver, CO, Ms. Ennis previously served as senior vice president and vice president of professional development for ASSE. She was chair of the 2008 Future Safety Leaders Conference for ASSE and has held a variety of leadership roles with ASSE’s Colorado Chapter. In 2011, she was recognized among the top “100 Women Making a Difference in the field http://finance.cbs42.com/inergize.wiat/news/read/26075459/ of Occupational, Safety, Health and Environment.” Individuals can follow the latest workplace safety trends and issues, and hear more from Ms. Ennis on WillisWire .
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