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It is in the middle of these mountains of desert sand in 1997 where the Philippine Society of Safety Engineers, Middle East Chapter(PSSE-MEC) was founded and is now known as the Philippine Society of Safety Practitioners, Middle East Region(PSSP-MER). It is the quest to extract the vast amount of black gold under these sand dunes that led to the creation of this safety organization. Read more >>

Front page of the 20th Anniversary Souvenir Program

February 10, 2017 in Newsletters


On this special occasion, fabulous giveaways are prepared for all the attendees, among these are:
1. A round trip ticket Dammam-Manila-Dammam sponsored by the Secretary General
2. A 40-inch LCD TV set sponsored by the society VP-Internal
3. A digital camera sponsored by the society President
And many more. . . .no attendee will go home empty handed. . . .that's a promise.
Presentation on 

Design Contest open to all members.

Focus of the design/lay-out is the approved theme for the celebration.

The theme is... PSSP-MER 20 years onwards...Developing Filipino Global Excellence in the Safety Profession!


Winning designer will win a complimentary 1/2 page space within the program where he/she can post greetings, photos, or anything not offensive or illegal.

Contact any society's officer or BOD for more details.

Submit your entries on or before May 12, 2017. Top 3 designs will be featured in the program.

PSSP-MER 20th Year Anniversary Celebration

February 09, 2017 in Events

Hope to see you there this August 11, 2017.

Contact any officer or BOD of the society for details and suggestions.

Venue will be announced at a later date.

All members specially those working here in Saudi Arabia are more than welcome to join the celebration.


February 02, 2012 in Newsletters


“Being at the top” is not safe these days.


Okay, I used a wrong word above. What I’m getting at is that working at heights had been found by OSHA this 2011 to be the most unsafe. This US government regulating body had just released their list of TOP 10 Violations and FALL PROTECTION topped their list. It was ranked #2 last Y2010 and it had reached prominence this year.



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Hear, Hear… or Hear Me Not…

August 17, 2011 in Newsletters

The OSHA Construction Standard for Occupational Noise Exposure, 29 CFR 1926.52 requires the development and implementation of a comprehensive Hearing Conservation Program.
by Levi S. Alejo.....

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