ASSP Arizona Chapter Nominations Committee is pleased to present the following Slate of Candidates. The Slate was approved by the Nominating Committee on February 29th, 2024. This Slate has been developed for the election of Chapter Officers for the 2024 – 2025 Chapter Year. Per the by-laws, an election of this slate of candidates can happen after the slate has been announced to members for a minimum of 30 days. All members will also receive an email with a link to review this slate of candidates. The election of the slate of candidates will be sent out as an electronic vote on April 8th, 2024.
Past President – Nicholas Sexton (automatic succession)
President – Jon Cordoba (automatic succession)
President-Elect – James Harrald (automatic succession)
Vice President – Amber Pappas (running unopposed)
Secretary – Staci Lindquist (running unopposed)
Treasure – David Bellmont (running unopposed)
Brandon Wiseman – Nominations Committee Chair
See below for candidate bios:Read More
ASSP has sponsored a series engaging with members across Society focused on getting to know the person in PPE. The latest edition features our Chapter President – Nick Sexton. Check it out – it’s a short 2 minute video!
Come to the Phoenix Safety Training Center at 12pm on March 27th for a Lunch and Learn on Petzl’s Confined Space Solutions. Petzl Technical Sales Rep Bill Moor will demonstrate how workers can safely enter and exit confined space environments, and ways to be prepared for a rescue using a ropes-based system. Register Online Here!
Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute, recipients of an OSHA Susan G. Harwood grant for OSH Training, will be providing a free 4.5 hour class on April 18, 2024 from 8am-12:30pm. Check out this flyer for more details and a QR code for registration. Seats are limited, so please only register if you plan on attending.
Wondering if you should be using traditional hard hats, bump caps, or safety helmets? Federal OSHA has developed recommended guidance on using head protection. See this Safety and Health Information Bulletin to learn more!
Final Rule: Employee or Independent Contractor Classification Under the Fair Labor Standards Act has been updated by the Department of Labor. Check out the details here!