The Sustainable Workplace Alliance wanted to extend an invitation to ASSP Greater San Jose Chapter membership to register and attend any of their FREE hazmat classes scheduled for the first quarter of 2022
Here is their flyer for the online and in-class training sessions.
– http://sustainablewp.org/hmit.php as well.
Below are the dates of classes in the Pacific Time Zone:
January 13 – 14, 2022: 2-day “HazMat Site Security”
February 17 – 18, 2022: 2-day “HazMat Prep & Response ”*
(*This course qualifies for 8Hr HAZWOPER Refresher hours!)
March 29 – 30, 2022: 2-day “49CFR/HazMat Shipping”
This is also a great opportunity for members to earn 6 technical contact hours of CEU’s for each day of training attended. And since the training is funded by a federal training grant, there is absolutely no cost to attend!
Topic: A Talk with the Author of “The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership”
Presenter: Rosa Antonia Carrillo
To register: Click here.
About The Presenter
Rosa Antonia Carrillo, MSOD is an author and leadership and culture expert with an emphasis in environment. Her new book, The Relationship Factor in Safety Leadership, published by Routledge has been called required reading to understand the foundations of “safety culture” by Edgar Schein.
Her ground breaking articles on relationship centered leadership, safety culture, mindful conversations, trust and open communication have gained the attention of of leaders world-wide. In recognition of her contributions, the Safety Institute of Australia invited her as the Wigglesworth Memorial Lecturer in 2015.
She is president of Carrillo & Associates, Inc. a provider for employee engagement, leadership development, and coaching services for leaders of companies that want to achieve high performance in EHS while delivering business results.
Ms. Carrillo holds a Masters of Science in Organizational Development and is former adjunct faculty for the Presidential Key Executive MBA program at Pepperdine University.
To register, click here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
The current members of the nominations and elections committee are Bill Stettiner – ASSP Greater San Jose President Elect, and Angel Mendez – ASSP Greater San Jose Chapter Member. Stay tuned for an announcement in the new year for the call for nominations for elected executive committee positions.