Wayne Vanderhoof CSP, CIT, Chapter Vice President, has been selected as the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) Region VIII Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) for 2021!
The Safety Professional of the Year Award is awarded annually to an ASSP member who demonstrates outstanding achievement in the occupational safety and health (OSH) field while also advancing the OSH profession overall.
The April Technical Meeting was conducted as a live virtual lunchtime meeting on April 08, 2021. The Speaker was Mr. Chris Eastly CSP, HUB International. The Presentation was “Fleet Safety and Driver Qualifications”. There were twenty-nine (29) people that participated. We had 44 people register for the virtual meeting. Thank you to those who participated in this virtual meeting!
The Western PA ASSP Chapter Executive Committee for the 2021-2022 Chapter year is listed below:
President: Josh Becker
Vice President: Fran Sehn
Secretary Christopher Sarracino
Treasurer: Robert McAninch
Delegate: Alec Kinslow
Delegate: Jordan Crescenzi
Delegate: Wayne Vanderhoof
Thank you to the Nominations and Elections Committee for conducting the Election!
Thank you to the 35% of the Chapter membership that participated in the voting!
ASSP, in support of current members, wants to reassure you that you can count on ASSP during this time. ASSP would like to extend a one-year complimentary membership to you. Specific information can be found here.
BotsIQ is a manufacturing workforce development program of the Pittsburgh Chapter National Tooling & Machining Foundation whose goal is to provide a pathway for youth to learn about rewarding career options in manufacturing. Simply put, it’s those awesome battle bot competitions you have seen on TV!!
What we are in need of are volunteers to donate their time to serve as Safety Inspectors for these events and also individuals who would be able to remotely “judge” safety plans. This is a great opportunity to get involved with students that may be entering your workforces and you can gain some re-certification points along the way.
Secondly, we are looking for OSHA General Industry Outreach Trainers in Fayette and Westmoreland Counties who would be willing to donate their time to instruct training for this organization as well. You don’t need to reside in these counties but that is where the training will be conducted.
If interested in getting involved with either of these opportunities, please contact Chapter President Josh Becker at firstname.lastname@example.org.