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OSHA increases penalties for 2019

OSHA to increase penalties again this year. We will likely continue to see penalty increases annually due to the Inflation Adjustment Act of 2015 that mandates federal agencies adjust their civil monetary penalties, annually, to account for inflation. Click the link below for more information. https://www.osha.gov/penalties/

NYC ASSP, AIHA, SENY Joint Meeting

Join us for the annual PALMS Meeting! Mark Drozdov will be presenting “The Common Contaminants of Concern in the PALMS of your hands and OSHA+AIHA Alliance Update: PCB’s, Asbestos, Lead, Legionella, Mold, Metals, Silica February 21st at 5:30pm. See the flyer below for more details.

SENY Members Dues Notice

SENY Membership Dues for 2019 are posted. Follow the link below to pay your dues. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seny-annual-member-dues-tickets-51151758286

Who We Are

Who We Are


Safety Executives of New York, Inc. (SENY) is a non-profit organization whose objective is to further the progress of the safety professional and advance the theory and practice of safety management.

SENY was founded in 1944. Membership is limited to the senior safety manager for his/her organization in the metropolitan New York area. Current members represent organizations in a variety of endeavors including manufacturing, retail, construction, public service, financial services and insurance. As the responsibilities of the safety professional have expanded over the years into health, environmental and security, so has SENY's focus to meet our member’s needs.

Our meetings include the annual Professional Development Conference, held in the spring of each year. The Professional Development Conference is open to the public and is attended by safety, risk managment, security and operating management personnel.