Current Openings

To post job vacancies, please email the following information to Bryce Lawlor ARVP – Communications, at communications@region6.assp.org

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  • Salary Range
  • Location
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  • Date Positions Closes

Vacant Positions

Please note: The following positions are listed with Region VI of the American Society of Safety Professionals as a courtesy to its members. The Region does not necessarily endorse the employers listed nor warrant the suitability of a specified position for a member.

Crushing attendance records!

We just reached over 300+ attendees for the PDC next month 🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊

We are crushing attendance registration from last year already and we have a whole month to go!

You are not going to want to miss this year.  You still have time to register!  Hotels are filling up fast so get registered while you can: https://lnkd.in/gRsemC4g

Need some help convincing the boss? Here’s a resource that may help you: https://lnkd.in/ehvYHAe5

Congratulations to Elizabeth Barnette – newly elected Northern Area Director

Please join us in welcoming our new Region VI ASSP Northern Area Director: Elizabeth Barnette, CSP, ASP, SMS 🎉🎉

Congratulations to you and thank you to Elizabeth for your continued leadership with American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) and Region VI – American Society of Safety Professionals

Elizabeth has been in the EHS field for over 20 years, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety & Health from Columbia Southern University. She holds the designations of CSP, ASP, and SMS from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. An active member of ASSP, Elizabeth and has served in numerous positions in Leadership, including Chapter President, Region VI PDC Planning Committee, and is currently the Advisory Group representative for her Chapter.

Elizabeth has received numerous awards including the 2012-2013 and 2019 Greater Tidewater Chapter Safety Professional of the Year, the 2013 Significant Contributor Award for the Health and Wellness Branch and was the 2013-14 Region VI Safety Professional of the Year. She is also an active representative of the Associated Builders and Contractors – Hampton Roads chapter as a member and Chair of the Safety Committee as well as a member of the Virginia BUILT council.

On the importance of her new role with ASSP, Elizabeth stated,

“[The safety] profession continues to evolve in a rapidly changing world. As it does, we must remain vigilant in the pursuit of continuing education. ASSP has been a constant contributor to the success of safety professionals all over the world as we work to protect the people that we serve…Many in our field are nearing retirement age, and it is critical to the future that we attract, educate, and mentor new safety professionals to continue the good work that has been done and face the challenges that lie ahead.”

Elizabeth replaces Daniel Ashworth from his latest term with the Region and we want to thank Daniel for his time, leadership, commitment and all he did to help advance the Northern Area Region!

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Region VI Safety Professional of the Year

Please join us in congratulating Frank Cruice, who has been named as the 2023 Region VI Safety Professional of the Year by the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP).

Over his 40+ years in the profession, Frank has served in various leadership roles for the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) & other safety organizations. Frank is currently a member of the ASSP Honors & Awards Committee as well as serving as the Delmarva Chapter’s representative to ASSP’s Advisory Group and its Webmaster.

In his 22 years of service with Perdue Farms Frank served as the Senior Director of Safety and Security. He led the efforts in improving the safety culture that resulted in a 91% reduction in OSHA recordable cases, a 67% reduction in Lost Workday cases and a 93% reduction in Days Away, Restricted and Transfer cases. Frank has led numerous process improvement implementations over the years in both Behavioral Based Safety and new software platforms that have strengthened and streamlined the safety programs. Frank’s efforts in championing the Safety Processes and Culture have led to Perdue Farms becoming a leader in the Poultry Industry in safety excellence.

ASSP recognizes one outstanding safety professional from each of the nine geographical regions annually as a Regional Safety Professional of the Year (SPY). With over 38,000 professional members in 80 countries, only nine men and women are recognized annually for this achievement.  The SPY recipients have advanced the American Society of Safety Professionals and the safety profession through their dedication and leadership.  Region VI of ASSP comprises 13 chapters of ASSP and covers South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Maryland and Delaware.

The ASSP Regional SPY award is an honor acknowledging the dedication and outstanding contributions of a member to a specific Region.  The criteria in which a candidate is judged include:

  1. Demonstrated technical expertise in the broad field of safety and a thorough knowledge of the operational aspects of his/her nominee’s safety employment.
  2. Demonstrated outstanding contributions to the Society, Council, Region, or Membership Community activities, including committee or task force chair, officer, services to members, lecturer at seminars, etc.
  3. Professional contributions to advance the Safety Profession, such as fostering professional development, public/community services, instructor at educational institutions, involvement in codes and legislation, articles written, work with allied groups, etc.
  4. Awards and innovations, including citations, honors, plaques; or new procedures or systems developed.
  5. Leadership in establishment, maintenance, and improvement of technical or Society programs in the organization nominee serves or elsewhere.
  6. Other personal achievements related to safety and health.
  7. Endorsements by superiors and verification by associates, in the form of letters on appropriate stationery of the employer, Membership Community, or Council.

Find out about upcoming events

Looking for upcoming events in our area? We are compiling a list of all applicable events you may be interested in within our Region. This will include American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) technical events from Chapters, conferences, workshops and more.

How?

Head over to our Instagram page @asspregionvi and in our bio section you will see our story highlights. These stories are also posted to our Facebook page but disappear after a day so they aren’t archived like they are on our Instagram: https://instagram.com/asspregionvi

The different events are broken up by month so you can easily see what is going on each month. Have something you think the Region should know about? Send it to us! Tag us here or on Instagram or send us a direct message

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ASSP Region VI welcomes the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) Student Section!

We are pleased to announce the establishment of a new Student Section at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The UNCC Student Section is under the school’s Fire and Safety Engineering Technology Program, in the department of Engineering Technology and Construction Management.

Many thanks to Dr. Michael Benjamin, who is the faculty advisor; the student section officers, the Executive Committee of ASSP Tarheel Chapter and others that supported this long-time dream that has now become reality.

“Since students are from the Fire Safety Engineering Technology Program, we have aimed to gear this club (the section) to the safety applications of the field of fire protection, but still cover the general safety practices” – Seth Averette, Student Section President.

It was about this same time last year that the Region welcomed Liberty University Student Section in Lynchburg, Virginia. We are excited that our students are getting engaged with professional activities from college, which is a boost for their future career paths.  

Please join us to congratulate UNCC Student Section. We look forward to working with you!

Wyatt Bradbury Named 2022 Region VI Safety Professional of the Year

Please join us in congratulating Wyatt Bradbury, who has been named as the 2022 Region VI Safety Professional of the Year by the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP).

Wyatt is a member of the National Capital Chapter of ASSP. He has been an active chapter member, serving as president and numerous other leadership roles, and led the chapter to Platinum Level status during his tenure.  He currently serves Region VI as the Assistant Regional Vice President of Communications, and at a society level as the Chair of the Community Leader Training Committee and a member of the Nominations and Elections Committee.

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Liberty University Welcomed as New Student Section

ASSP Region 6 welcomes – Liberty University Student Section!

Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA, part of the Star Valley Chapter, is home to our latest student section. The school’s residential industrial and systems engineering program offers a B.S in Industrial and Systems Engineering.

Building on experience and support provided by faculty advisor Diana Jo Schwerha, Ph.D., the section’s officers took the lead in building the section and recruiting the members needed to form the section.

“We have a focus on servant leadership,” Schwerha says. “I would like to weave those leadership skills into our academic training so that our students enter the workforce prepared for both the technical and leadership challenges ahead of them.”

Congratulations, Liberty University! We look forward to your activities and contributions!

Safety Manager

Responsible for implementing, administering, and coordinating all Company safety policies and programs including safety training for the locations, departments, and projects within their assigned geographical area. Ensure compliance with all federal and state OSHA standards and regulations. Analyze, evaluate, and address workplace hazards and accidents.

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Future Safety Leaders Programming

The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) Future Safety Leaders programming (in an all new format!) kicks off with networking and trivia hosted by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals this Thursday, and mock interviews with sponsors begin January 18.

All programming is complimentary! Simply register for any session you wish to attend: https://www.assp.org/education/conferences/future-safety-leaders-conference/about/?utm_source=MagnetMail&utm_medium=email&utm_term=mike@wdlabgrowndiamonds.com&utm_content=FSLC%20Students%201%2D10%2D22&utm_campaign=misc

Thank you to SFLC Sponsors Matt Law, MPH, CSP, REHS Grainger Amy Murphy Amazon Mark Heuchert, QSSP MBA Dräger Herman Watts, CSP Georgia-Pacific LLC and Colette Lertkantitham & Laura Turro CSP, ARM Liberty Mutual Insurance