Chapter Meetings Resume September 21!
Posted - Aug 15, 2017

Chapter meetings for the ASSE Craters of the Moon Chapter will resume on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.

The meeting location will be the Idaho Falls Public Library.  Light snacks will be available.

New and prospective members are encouraged to attend.


Please contact Danielle DeLaughder at 406-702-9047 or via email at for more information on attending this offering or joining ASSE.

Congratulations to Newest Certificants
Posted - Jul 11, 2017

The ASSE Craters of the Moon Chapter would like to congratulate the following local safety and health professionals who recently attained the Certified Safety Professional or Certified Industrial Hygienist credential:

Jake Fellows, CSP – May, 2017

Gary Harrison, CSP – October, 2016

Darrin Stark, CSP – June 2017

Mike Szabo, CSP-  June, 2017

Travis Butterworth, CIH – May, 2016

Colby Howe, CIH – May, 2017

Jake Tanner, CIH – May, 2017

ASSE Foundation Scholarship Award
Posted - Apr 05, 2017

The 2017 ASSE Foundation recipient of the Scott Dominguez ($1000.00) Scholarship Craters of the Moon Chapter is Dylan Anderson, Utah State University majoring in the Public Health/Industrial Hygiene area.

Scholarship for part-or full-time students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in occupational safety and health or a closely related field. Students residing within the Craters of the Moon Chapter, Idaho, and Region II (MT, ID, WY, CO, UT, NV, AZ, NM) will have priority. Students that are employees or dependents of a sponsoring organization, serve the country through active duty in the armed forces or honorably discharged, members of the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, FFA, 4H, etc. in previous years, recipients of awards from service organizations, or have provided volunteer service to an ASSE chapter in a leadership role will also receive priority on this award. ASSE student membership required for full-time student. ASSE general or professional membership required for part-time students. Minimum GPA is 3.0 for undergraduates and 3.5 for graduates.

Congratulations to Dylan.