The System Safety Society presented the Scientific Research and Development Award to A-P-T Research, Inc., in recognition of Outstanding Development of System Safety Engineering Methods during the Risk Summing Workshop.
Presented by the Department of the Army to A-P-T Research, Inc. The Grissom High School JROTC wishes to acknowledge the generous support APT has provided to the program. Our mission is to motivate young Americans to be better citizens. The assistance APT has provided has enabled our training to be carried out successfully.
The System Safety Society presented its Scientific Research and Development Award for 2003 to A-P-T Research, Inc. in recognition of “Outstanding Development of System Safety Engineering Methods.” APT was recognized for the development tools Safety Assessment for Explosives Risk (SAFER) and Analysis of Death and Injuries Resulting from Explosions (DIRE).
System Safety Professional of the Year (2003)
Congratulations to Howard Kuettner, who has been named “System Safety Professional of the Year” by the Tennessee Valley Chapter, System Safety Society. The award was presented at the Huntsville Association of Technical Societies (HATS) luncheon on February 20.
On August 8th at the International System Safety Society Awards banquet, Melissa Emery received the System Safety Society Engineer of the Year award for outstanding system safety performance.
A-P-T Research, Inc., won the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce’s 2001 Small Business of the Year Award in the Technology Category. Criteria for winning a category were growth, company turnover, management strategy, financial strength, longevity and tenacity.
Dr. John Hall, A-P-T Research Division Manager, Industrial Engineering, was honored at the HATS Award Dinner. Dr. Hall was named the Military Applications Societies’ Professional of the Year. Dr. Hall was recognized for his unique ability to find innovative solutions to difficult problems.
Mr. Phil Owen, A-P-T Research Vice President and Chief System Safety Engineer was honored as being named the Systems Safety Society’s Professional of the Year. The award was presented at the Huntsville Association of Technical Societies (HATS) Awards Dinner on 16 May 2001. Mr. Owen won this award for a life time of achievements in the area of system safety.
Tom Pfitzer, a member of the Tennessee Valley Chapter, was the recipient of the System Safety Society’s Manager of the Year Award for 1999. The Manager of the Year Award is presented annually to an individual member of the Society who has made significant contributions through the implementation of an effective system safety management program for a major system effort. Tom’s selection was based on system safety management actions that significantly contributed to the expansion of the discipline of system safety into other safety disciplines.