“American Society of Safety Engineers — A Century of Safety” tells the story of work safety and tragedy through the decades, and why we are safer today. It spans several years and topics, from the March 25, 1911, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City that took 146 lives due to locked doors and collapsed fire escapes to the successful building of large projects without worker injuries or fatalities. The film is part of the society's 100th anniversary. Visit www.asse.org/assecenturyofsafety.