Chesapeake Chapter ASSP Condolences
The Chesapeake Chapter wants to extend their condolences to the victims and their families involved in the construction related tragedy on I695 in Baltimore, Maryland yesterday March 22, 2023. Our thoughts and prayers are with all during these difficult times.
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Chapter President’s Message
Thank you for taking time out of your day to visit the website for the Chesapeake Chapter of the American Society of Safety Professionals. In the early morning hours of the second Sunday in March, we moved the clocks ahead an hour in recognition of daylight savings time. For many, this is the unofficial start of spring. A few weeks later, the sun’s rays shined onto the equator, while the Earth sat with its axis tilted neither toward nor away from the sun. For those of you who are familiar with astronomy… this marked the spring equinox, which is the official start of the spring season. Regardless of how you define the change of seasons, we can confidently state that Spring is in the air!
With the change in season comes some unique hazards that may effect workers in all employment settings. While it is estimated that about 25% of Americans are still working remotely, at least for a portion of their work week, there are still a large percentage of the workforce who commute on a daily basis. With the time change comes an increase in auto accidents, heart attacks, and strokes. In addition, there is an increase in fatigue, lack of focus, and complacency. Please be sure to take the time necessary to allow your body to adjust to the time change.
The spring season also means that it is election season for the Chesapeake Chapter of ASSP! All chapter members will receive an email regarding the upcoming chapter elections. Elected officers include; President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Director. Each position requires the officer to volunteer between 2 and 10 hours per month, and all elected officers serve one year terms. In addition, the elected President appoints a chair for the following committees; Chapter Professional Development Conference, Programs, Membership, Nominations and Elections, Awards and Scholarships, Communications, Government Affairs, Professional Organizations, and WISE (Women in Safety Excellence). The appointed committee chairs then add volunteers to their respective committee.
Regardless of the commitment that you are able to make, your assistance is needed and appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to visit the website for the Chesapeake Chapter of the American Society of Safety Professionals. I hope to hear from you soon.
ASSP Chesapeake Chapter President
Welcome and thank you for taking the time to join us at ASSP Chesapeake Chapter. There are many great reasons to join our chapter such as sharing of technical knowledge, professional development opportunities and networking. These interactions help to provide guidance, techniques and solutions to help OSH professionals prevent injuries, improve work environments and educate management. Another advantage is the free subscription to the professional journal Professional Safety, which offers in depth articles on best practices, leadership, standards, policy and regulation. Membership also helps you tap into a powerful audience with ASSP Media Solutions and other means to develop professionally. Our chapter is 392 members strong and still growing!
The ASSP organization itself is the oldest and largest professional safety organization. With more than 37, 000 members worldwide, it is a global association of occupational safety, health and environmental professionals that advances the interests of its members and the profession.
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