The North Carolina Chapters of ASSP came together for a very special October Meeting – a Live Q&A Session with North Carolina’s Commissioner Berry. The collaboration brought together over 90 ASSP members from across the state to hear Commissioner Berry discuss stories from her incredible time as NC DOL Commissioner, share lessons learned, and personal insights as well as answer questions from the audience. We are incredibly grateful to Commissioner Berry and her staff for making this event possible for our members and being so generous with her time!
Wyatt Bradbury, CSP, CHST, CIT Assistant Regional Vice President for Communication and National Capital Chapter Past-President and Delegate was published in the August 2020 Edition of the Professional Safety Journal with an article titled “Creating Your Leadership Tree.” Professional Safety Journal (PSJ) is ASSP’s monthly publication.
Read the full article here: LTBradbury_0820
Congratulations to the National Capital and North Carolina Chapters on their Platinum Level Recognition for the 2019-2020 Chapter Year! The National Capital Chapter President was Wyatt Bradbury, CSP, CHST, CIT and the North Carolina Chapter President was Kimberly Blatz, MEng.
Additional information is available at the dedicated society page at this link: https://www.assp.org/membership/awards-and-honors/group-awards/platinum-chapter-award/past-recipients
Have you had a chance to check out the June 2020 issue of Professional Safety Journal (PSJ), ASSP’s monthly publication? Published in the June issue is an article composed by Wyatt Bradbury, CSP, CHST, CIT – National Capital Chapter President.
Check out the article here .
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