Thomas F. Cecich, CSP, CIH

Regional Vice Presidents Candidate

Region IV – Pamela B. Perrich, CIH

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Biography

Pamela B. Perrich, CIH, MPH is the industrial hygiene program manager for the Naval Hospital in Pensacola, FL.  She oversees the Navy’s industrial hygiene program for the southeast and parts of the mid-west providing comprehensive consultative industrial hygiene services to all of the Navy and Marine Corps activities.  She has 30 years of experience in industrial hygiene and occupational health.  

Pam served as chapter president from 2004-2006 for the Pensacola Chapter.  She served two terms as the assistant administrator of the Industrial Hygiene Practice Specialty and then one term as administrator.  In 2008 she was elected the area director for the Georgia/North Florida Area of Region IV and served two terms in that role.   She is currently the vice president of Region IV.

Pam was the Pensacola Chapter’s Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) in 2006 and the Region IV SPY in 2008 and has twice been the SPY for the Industrial Hygiene practice specialty.  In 2009, she earned the Charles V. Culbertson Outstanding Volunteer Service Award.   She has served on the Leadership Committee and the Admissions Committee.
 
Pam teaches 4th grade Sunday school at St. Luke United Methodist Church, sits on the University of West Florida’s School of Allied Health and Life Science Advisory Committee, and is a member of the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Deep South Center for Occupational Health and Safety Board of Advisors. 

Platform Statement

Greetings Members of Region IV! 

I am excited for the opportunity to run for a second term as your Region Vice President.  These are exciting times for ASSE and I am honored to be part of its leadership.  While times are difficult for many of us, ASSE remains a tremendous asset to safety and health professionals around the world.  From career and networking opportunities, to Professional Safety, standards, technical publications, and the Body of Knowledge, to premier educational and leadership development events, to shaping the future of occupational safety and health – the member volunteers and staff of ASSE are busy making sure we get the absolute most from our memberships. 

It is because of these efforts that ASSE is so successful.  With this success comes great responsibility – to manage our growth, to respect the diversity of our members, chapters, and regions, to have a clear vision for ASSE, to set sound strategic goals, to routinely communicate with (talk to and listen to) our members, and to govern transparently.  It would be my great honor to be your voice within the Board of Directors and carry out these responsibilities.