Western Pennsylvania Chapter Achieved Silver Level Recognition within ASSP

Aug 29, 2020

The following message was received from ASSP:
“Congratulations on a great chapter year. The Western Pennsylvania Chapter has achieved Silver level recognition for the 2019-2020 year. This recognition is based from the information your chapter submitted in the Chapter Operations Management Tool (COMT) of 6/30/2020. 

This year provided a new challenge and ASSP chapters adapted to the realities this situation created to protect the health and well-being of their members and local communities.  All your efforts benefited your chapter members and the safety profession as a whole.  The chapters achievement of this level of success is greatly appreciated by ASSP.  

Again, congratulations on your accomplishment, and thank you for your work in providing opportunities for ASSP members to become better safety professionals.”

Congratulations and job well done to the Executive Committee of the 2019-2020 Chapter Year led by Cameron Boots and Bill Boots!

Professional Safety Journal Article – Pam Walaski

Aug 29, 2020

Western PA Chapter member and ASSP Board of Directors member, Pam Walaski, has been published in the August 2020 edition of ASSP’s Professional Safety Journal. The title of her peer-reviewed article is “The Role of Leading and Lagging Indicators in OSH Performance Management”.

2020-2021 Chapter Election Results

May 16, 2020

The results of the 2020-2021 Chapter elections are listed below:

President – Josh Becker

VP – Wayne Vanderhoof

Secretary – Christopher Sarracino

Treasurer – Peter Kroll

Delegates (chapter is allowed 4) – Zachary Ambrisco, Jordan Crescenzi, Fran Sehn, Wayne Vanderhoof

Thank you to those members that took the time to participate in the voting process!

Thank you to the Nominations & Elections Committee for conducting the election this year!

March Virtual Meeting Summary

Apr 04, 2020

The March Technical Meeting was conducted as a virtual meeting in place of an in-person meeting.
The two resources listed below were able to be reviewed by members:
1. The Safety Professional’s Role in Planning for a Pandemic (news article)
2. Webinar: “Coronavirus Q&A session” with Deb Roy (60 minutes)

There were 20 members that participated during the last two weeks of March when these items were available to view.

Thank you to those who participated in this virtual meeting!