The Public Sector Practice Specialty (PSPS) fosters information sharing, learning, networking and communication among professionals working for governmental agencies and facilities at federal, state, county, municipal and institutional levels in urban, suburban and rural communities. Through this group, members are given access to technical information specific to public sector safety professionals to allow them to upgrade their skills and attain the knowledge necessary to successfully perform their scope of responsibilities (i.e., emergency preparedness, disaster planning and recovery, campus/school safety, public health, pedestrian safety, water safety and health, road safety, park and recreation safety, storm and weather preparedness and response, public sector workers’ compensation, etc.).
Please join us for our free Open Call meeting – everyone is welcome to attend!
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 (60 minutes)
3:30 pm EST; 2:30 pm CST; 1:30 pm MST; 12:30 PM PST
I. Update on current PSPS’s Activities and Professional Development Opportunities – Lori Schroth, Administrator and Brandon Hody, Assistant Administrator
II. Preview of the ASSE Webinar, “Impulse Noise Control from Weapons Fire” – Corey Bender, Executive Secretary
III. Review of submitted technical questions – Becky Bernat, Technical Question Coordinator
IV. Q&A session
Sponsored Sessions for SAFETY 2018
Click here to view the sessions sponsored by the Public Sector Practice Specialty
ASSE Members, join today for just $20!
Network via social media, conference calls and annual meetings
Connect with top industry professionals
Access digital technical publications
Request advisory committee guidance and advice
Review conference speaking proposals
Share or seek knowledge through mentoring services
Enhance your resume through volunteer opportunities
Publish your knowledge to earn recertification points
Empower Your Change Drivers – Strategies for Engaging Employees in Safety Culture Improvement
Empowering front-line workers—those who stand to benefit the most from an effective safety process—has been talked about much over the last decade, yet many organizations that start the journey seem to stop abruptly. Regardless of the reason for derailment, a failed attempt can have a lasting negative impact on safety culture.
Volunteer Advisory Committee
Administrator: Lori Schroth
Assistant Administrator: Brandon Hody
Secretary: Corey Bender
Membership Chair: Leo Debobes
Awards & Honors Chair: Howard Spencer
Professional Development Chair: Kelly Bernish
Body of Knowledge Chair: Joann Robertson
Website/Social Media Chair: Delaney Jones
Content Coordinator: Elliot Laratonda
Content Coordinator Alternate: Carmen-Julia Castellon
Technical Question Coordinator: Chris Chaffin and Becky Bernat
Nominations Chair: Heather Campbell
Government Affairs Chair: Sean Hannifin
Other Technical Resources
Students just beginning their career in OSH will become the leaders of tomorrow, and experienced professionals are constantly striving to expand their skills and knowledge. We support all safety professionals on their path of improvement through Professional Education Grants, the Future Safety Leaders Conference, and Next Generation Board. Donate to the Safety Matters fund to continue these efforts.