Committee members are involved with recruiting new members, telephoning members for chapter-related business, and making presentations on behalf of the Orange County ASSE. For information about volunteering to help with the activities, contact Dolores Salman at Dolores.Salman@ESIS.com.
The Orange County Chapter is involved in tracking legislation that may affect safety and health professionals in the State of California. OCASSE is represented on the California Governmental Affairs Council, which is a concerted effort by representatives from California ASSE Chapters to monitor relevant safety-related legislation and communicate important information to their Chapter members. For more information, contact Rich Warner at email@example.com.
The Orange County Chapter is dedicated to supporting and fostering the professional development of emerging safety professionals as well as recognizing those who have already established themselves as renowned safety professionals. We strive to accomplish these intentions though our Awards & Honors Programs.
Below are descriptions of our programs as well as instructions, guidelines, and forms for application for each award or scholarship.
For more information, contact Phil Combest at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarship and Award Programs
The Orange County Chapter has three programs for providing financial support to individuals seeking an education or certification in the broad field of safety and health.
We have established two programs for recognizing excellence in the safety profession: the Safety Professional of the Year and the Orange County Safety Hall of Fame.
Safety Professional of the Year
The purpose of the Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) Award is to pay tribute to the outstanding accomplishments of Society professionals engaged in the broad field of occupational safety and health. One SPY is selected to represent the Orange County Chapter each year.
Orange County Safety Hall of Fame
The Orange County Safety Hall of Fame is committed to honoring individuals who have had exceptional careers and inducting eligible professionals through the petition process.