World Safety Organization (WSO)
1975-11-26 Manila Philippines
26 Nov 1975, Manila (Philippines), at 1st World Safety and Accident Prevention Conference (WOSAPCON), organized by Safety Organization of the Philippines. Entire operation managed, since 11 Sep 1989, from WSO World Management Center, Warrensburg MO (USA). Incorporated in the State of Missouri (USA).
Make safety a way of life in all aspects of human endeavour; internationalize safety and accident prevention movement; disseminate benefits of practices, skills, arts and technologies of safety and accident prevention; support activities of other national and international professional organizations in protection of people, environment, resources and property.
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Executive Action Committee, consisting of President, Vice-President, Chief Executive Officer and Immediate Past President. Board of Directors (21 to 23 members of the international safety, security and health community), meets annually. Continental Chapter offices; International Offices. Corporate offices, staff and WSO Certification Board located at World Management Center, set up 1987.
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