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April 12, 2022 -Understanding Bias by Dummies

Topic: Understanding Bias by Dummies

Presenter:Bill Stettiner

When:Apr 12, 2022 11:45 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

To register: Click here.

Greater San Jose Chapter of the ASSP proudly presents Understanding Bias by Dummies.An oversimplified introduction to bias and how to spot it in yourself and others.Our resident moron (Uncle Bill the Safety Guy), explains simple everyday bias in the simplest terms possible. But I’m not Biased.Bias vs. Belief.What about Geniuses?Where do we go from here? By merely attending this session, you will not only learn how little you know about bias, you’ll fully appreciate how very little Bill Stettiner knows about bias. 

About The Presenter

Bill Stettiner, Safety Malcontent has years of experience trying to understand himself and his biases. He is a champion of understanding bias and cannot be stopped from writing posts and articles on LinkedIn about understanding and overcoming bias.

Registration

To register, click here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Nominations are Open!

The Greater San Jose Chapter of the American Society of Safety Professionals is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2022-2023 Chapter Executive Committee.

We are seeking candidates for the following positions:

  • President-Elect
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Delegates (two positions)
  • Vice President, Membership
  • Vice President, Government Affairs

Serve on our Executive Committee and help drive the decisions that shape the future of our highly-respected chapter.  Being a Chapter officer is an opportunity to work with other leaders in ASSP – locally, regionally, and nationally.  It’s a chance to grow personally and professionally, to develop skills, gain experience and make connections with a team of passionate and motivated professionals.  You’ll also:

  • Develop valuable skills in leadership, team building, project management, goal setting and strategic planning
  • Expand your network of professional contacts
  • Gain recognition from your employer, the safety community, and your peers
  • Earn recertification points for certification credentials

For more information concerning the responsibilities associated with these positions, click the see the Operating Guidelines on the chapter’s website.

Ready to lead?

Contact Bill Stettiner at presidentelect@sj.assp.org to nominate yourself or a colleague for one of the positions listed above.

Dates to remember:

  • Call for nominations closes March 11th
  • Slate of candidates will be published by April 1st
  • Voting occurs electronically between at the May 1st – May 22nd
  • All election results will be announced at the June 14th Chapter meeting

Not quite ready to throw your hat in the ring? 

We encourage all of our members to participate, no matter what the level.  Your input is valuable to the Chapter.  Here are a couple of things to consider:

  • Want to see how the Chapter works?  Come to an Executive Committee meeting.  They are typically held the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 10:30-11:30 am.  It’s open to all members, so come check it out!
  • No previous committee experience is required to serve on the Executive Committee.  We all bring different experiences to the table.  Add your voice and help us make the Chapter even better.
  • Got questions?  Talk to us!  Any of the current and past Executive Committee members are happy to discuss their positions with you.  They can even set up shadowing opportunities so that you can get a feel for the position.
  • In addition, the Chapter has a number of non-elected positions that participate in Executive Committee meetings.  These non-elected positions are an opportunity to get familiar with the workings of our Chapter and contribute to our success without having to commit to an elected position.  If this is something you are interested in please contact Chapter President, Ashli Sturgill, at president@sj.assp.org for more details.

Getting engaged and involved with ASSP in a leadership capacity is a rewarding experience AND a meaningful way to give back to your profession while expanding your network!