About Us


What is Safe Chapter One?
The SAFE Association is dedicated to encouraging the exchange of information related to the advancement of human safety and protection in land, sea, air and space environments.

SAFE Chapter One is the regional Southern California chapter of the National SAFE Association. The SAFE Association is an international (non-profit) professional organization with regional chapters in the United Sates, Europe, and Asia.

SAFE Chapter One membership spans industry, government, and academia though out the Southern California area representing interests from engineering, human factors, psychology, physiology, industrial safety, education, and training, and many other fields association with human safety and protection.

The chapter provides local venues to support the goals of SAFE, and interests of local members. Regular opportunities are provided for members to exchange information, make business and technical contacts, tour facilities, hear speakers, witness technology demonstrations, and socialize. The chapter is also a forum for marketing products, technologies, methods, and ideas.

National SAFE Association
Members of SAFE Chapter One are also encouraged to join The National SAFE Assocation. Like SAFE Chapter One, The National Association is comprised of corporate sponsors, individual, government, and academic members. The National Association provides additional forums for members which include technical publications and an annual symposium.

The National Association publishes the SAFE Journal which consists of technical articles and items of general interest. Members are encouraged to submit papers for publication in the journal.

The annual SAFE Symposium features exhibits, technical demonstrations, and technical paper sessions which focus on the latest information and state-of-the-art advancements in human safety and performance. The SAFE Symposium is an internationl gathering which attracts more than 700 attendees and over 50 industry and military exhibitors from around the world.

SAFE Association Website