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New Feature for the Monthly Newsletter: Pick-Six Member Spotlight

In a growing and geographically expansive chapter it is very easy to lose sight of the individuals who make up our Chapter and the safety, health and environmental community at large here in our great state.

We would love to have our members get to know each other and a great way to do that is through a member spotlight and we are looking for volunteers!

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Message From The President – January 2020

Happy New Year and Welcome to 2020!

Our Chapter is kicking the new year off in a big way with a great new PDC on January 16th. We’ll be meeting at the AGC Conference Center and our topics will include:

Qualified Crane Operators – Get up to speed with the most current requirements for crane operators and strategies for compliance.

Aerial Lift Operator and Training – The new ANSI standards for safe use and for training include new classifications for lifts (now MEWPs) and requirements that will change lift designs and how we use them. These revisions are comprehensive and will impact employers across the map.

Sling and Chain Inspection – Failure to properly set up a load and lift can have disastrous outcomes. Get up to speed, or get refreshed, on the procedures that responsible employers must perform to ensure that every lift is a safe and successful lift.  

You can get registered for the Chapter PDC on our events page. As usual, breakfast and lunch will be provided and CEUs are awarded for attendees. Exhibitor space is also available.

I hope to see you all there! Let’s join together to make 2020 one of the best learning years ever for the ASSP Alabama Chapter.

 

Sincerely,

Matt Hollub, CIH, CSP

President, ASSP Alabama Chapter

Message from The President – December 2019

Season’s Greetings!

It’s that time of year where we give thanks for all the goodness and blessings that have come our way.  We all celebrate the season in our own ways – with friends, with family, with reverence and grateful hearts, and with the hope for better days ahead.  This time of year also comes with a myriad of distractions and challenges for so many of us.  That’s why it becomes all the more important for us to maintain our focus on working safely and helping others to get through their workdays without injury.  So maybe this would be a good time to take a moment and check in on our employees and colleagues – perhaps giving a bit of added attention to those who may be struggling.

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