Thomas F. Cecich, CSP, CIH

Regional Vice Presidents Candidate

Region VI – Michael A Wolf

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Michael A. Wolf is an ESH manager living in Lineboro, MD, roughly 40 miles north of Baltimore. His primary responsibilities include providing ESH & BCP strategic planning, program assessment/development/delivery, process improvement through sustainable and cost-effective solutions, incident prevention and injury management, mentoring/coaching, environmental safety & health management system development, and employee socialization/training. His experience includes more than 15 years of EHS, risk management, and hazardous materials experience in a challenging classified/high tech environment. Michael holds a B.A. in Biology from St. Mary's College of Maryland.

Michael joined ASSE in 2007 and is a professional member of the Chesapeake Chapter. ASSE service includes Chesapeake Chapter offices, culminating as chapter president (2 terms, 2010-2012); vice president/president elect in 2009; and Region 6 ARVP (2011-12), ARVP Communications (2012-13). Michael also served on the nominations and elections committee for Region VI in 2011, serves on the chapter operations committee, and is the founder & chair of the Agricultural Branch of ASSE.

Platform Statement

I’m excited about the opportunity to run for the Region 6 RVP position. It’s a chance to add some real value to our membership in Region 6, to network with some of the best in the business, and to support and lead our volunteer chapter teams.  I started as an active ASSE member, and I have continued to enjoy serving the Chesapeake chapter & Region 6 in a variety of different capacities.

Most recently, during my term as chapter president, I set challenging but achievable goals for our chapter through a clearly communicated strategic plan. With great respect for our past history and with an eye on the future, we carried out our plan to maintain & grow the strong foundation that had been passed to us. We improved  our service to chapter members  through better use of available technologies (upgraded  our website, launched our Facebook page, started our LinkedIn group, launched a twitter page, set up a chapter g-mail  address, and provided  webinars to better  serve our more distant members); enhanced communication about the current  happenings  through social media giving a 3-6 month  view of our upcoming  events; more value-added  and timely  event selection including  social events & technical tours.