TRC is seeking a Senior Health and Safety Specialist/Project Manager to join our growing Engineering and Remediation Practice in Greenville, South Carolina. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual and is a results-oriented leader who works with stakeholders to understand project needs and manages teams to deliver services to meet those requirements. The position focuses on a candidate with the ability to work independently or in a project team with demonstrated excellence in written and oral communications, presentations, analytical, professional judgment, and team building skills.
TRC is also seeking a Environmental Compliance Engineer/Scientist to join our growing Engineering and Remediation Practice in Greenville, South Carolina. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual who works with project managers to deliver services to meet client requirements. The position focuses on a candidate with the ability to work independently or in a project team with demonstrated excellence in written and oral communications, presentations, analytical, professional judgment, and team building skills.
The September chapter meeting was held at the SCDOT Sign Shop conference room. The kick off session of our 2022-2023 season (session, season, what do we call it?) included an introduction of new officers, a review of ASSP services and demonstration of web resources from ASSP national, regional and local. We had a report on the Region VI PDC and a networking session. Don’t forget, we have a Facebook page South Carolina Chapter – American Society of Safety Professionals. Give us a look and be sure to join!
Thanks to our VP – John Michael Pierce and our Secretary – Mike Ehrmanntraut for representing the SC ASSP chapter at this year’s Region VI PDC in Myrtle Beach!
I hope everyone is having a great summer! I am excited to be starting my first year as your SC ASSP Chapter President! Your leadership team has been working behind the scenes to plan a year filled with networking opportunities, educational opportunities, and fun.
First, let me introduce you to your 2022-2023 SC ASSP Chapter leadership team:
President – Tracey Wallace, CSP, ARM (803-397-4996)
Vice-President – John Michael Pierce, CSP (864-421-7736)
Secretary – Michael Ehrmanntraut, ARM, OHST, CFI-I, AINS, CFPS (803-899-1165)
Treasurer – Robert Wiggs, COHC (803-447-2127)
This chapter year we have set three goals for the year, each goal is designed to strengthen the chapter and increase value for all members. We would like to invite each member to become involved and participate in the opportunities offered through out the year! Any of the leadership team would be happy to talk with you about how you can get involved. More details to come throughout the year, but our 3 goals are:
- Increase member involvement by providing shorter time commitment opportunities (this will be a great opportunity for those who are not able to commit to a full year of working on a task, but want to help).
- Increasing communication to members by use/increase technology (LinkedIn/Facebook) – (More to come on this, we are creating accounts now and will be communicating with everyone once they are up. This is a great way to stay connected and network with the group even if you can’t make the meetings!)
- Conduct a PDC (with CEUs) – This is always a wonderful event, but it takes a lot of time/effort to coordinate (This would be a great project for someone to volunteer to assist with!).
We have also created a tentative schedule for the year. I’m providing the dates so you can block your calendars. We will send out email invitations for each meeting with the meeting details. Our regular meetings are going to remain from 11:30-1 with lunch. Please note the below is subject to change.
September 22 – Chapter Meeting (General Info/Networking) – SC DOT-Shop Road Conf Rm
October 20 – Chapter Meeting (Technical Presentation) – SC DOT-Richland Maintenance Conf Rm
November 17 – Chapter Meeting (Technical Presentation) – SC DOT-Shop Road Conf Rm
December 15 – Chapter Social Luncheon – Location TBD
January 19 – Facility Tour – Location TBD
February 16 or 17- SC ASSP PDC (Professional Development Conference) – Location TBD
March 16 – Chapter Meeting (Technical Presentation) – SC DOT-Shop Road Conf Rm
April 20 – Facility Tour – Location TBD
May 18 – OSHA Roundtable – SC DOT-Shop Road Conf Rm
June 15 – Chapter Social
July/August- Summer Break
Keep an eye on your email for an invite for September’s meeting and we hope to see you there! If you have any questions or suggestions, please reach out to me or another one of the leadership team. We’d love to get your ideas on topics you would like to see or suggestions on future speakers!
SC ASSP President
We had a successful PDC this year! Thank you to BCBS for hosting us at their facility!