Well, as the incoming President, I need to introduce myself to those of you I have not met yet. My name is Dave Lockhart; I am the Director of Loss Control for Poole & Kent Company of Florida. I have been in safety for 20 years.
This is an exciting time to be a member of such a great organization. The name change to the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP), reflex’s our membership. With that, it is important to know that we still have the great resources as we did in the past.
Any organization is only as good as its members and we are now different. As we continue to grow it is important that we provide our membership with relevant topics and additional resources to help our members become strong safety leaders in our prospective rolls.
We need our members to become active members. There are so many things you can do to help make us a stronger chapter. Participate in our monthly meetings is the first step.
Hope to see you there.
Dave Lockhart, President
South Florida Chapter of the American Society of Safety Professionals
40 Years of Service to ASSE
Nov 16, 2017
Allan Brazis, 40 years of service to the local chapter. He has been the glue that has held the chapter together. He is a mentor, a colleague, a friend, and the world’s best networking guru. He has always helped with recruiting, program, and has been an advocate for a safe working environment for everyone. Alan is currently the chapter’s President Elect.
(L to R) Alex Scott – Region IV Area Director, Alan Brazis – President Elect, Tracy Linhart – Past President
President’s Message – November 2017
Nov 16, 2017
Our ASSE chapter has been a strong networking community in this area for several years and I wish to continue that as your president. I will continue to strive to have this chapter be a valuable resource for you on a daily basis.
President’s Message – October 2017
Oct 03, 2017
Dear Member of the South Florida Chapter of ASSE,
I would like to first like to send well wishes to everyone recovering from Hurricane Irma and/or Maria. We here in South Florida were impacted a great deal. This is why we cancelled the September OSHA update meeting and rescheduled it for next Tuesday October 10th at BreakThru Beverage in Miramar.
Here are some things to be aware of that has happened recently: