January 2021 Chapter Meeting

January 20  |  5:30 pm – 6:45 pm

Please join us VIRTUALLY this Wednesday, January 20 from 5:30 – 6:45 pm, for our January 2021 SC ASSP Chapter meeting.  This will be a joint meeting with the Augusta Chapter who has invited us to join them with their speaker, Joe Wiess.  

Topic: ASSP Government Affairs Committee (GAC) 
Mr. Joe Wiess, National ASSP GAC Staff Liason, will present on the function of the GAC, what is happening in Washington with OSHA, and how to stay abreast to further actions.  


5:30 – 6:00 pm – Networking

6:00 – 6:45 pm – Presentation

There is no cost to attend this virtual meeting.

This meeting has already occurred.


November 2020 – March 2021

ASSP’s Future Safety Leaders Virtual Programming

Typically, ASSP hosts an annual two-day conference where practicing safety professionals educate, develop and mentor a select group of ASSP student members, helping them kickstart their careers and transition from student life to employment in the occupational safety and health (OSH) field.

However, we know that the world, and particularly how and where we learn, will look different as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. Planning for the future in uncertain times requires trust, nimbleness and knowledge. This means things will look different for ASSP and our programming for future safety leaders. 

Instead of the standard two-day live in-person event, ASSP is hosting future safety leaders programming virtual events both students and emerging professionals beginning in November through March 2021. These events include roundtable discussions with top companies like Amazon, Grainger and Liberty Mutuals, sessions about kickstarting your career, and more. Registration is now open for the January events.

Register at:

New Board Member

Join us in welcoming John Michael Pierce to the South Carolina ASSP Board as your new Secretary!

Devro Tour

We had a wonderful group tour last week of of the Devro plant.  Thank you to our members that work there for giving us the tour!  We were able to see some great safety programs they put into place and some creative ergonomic solutions for their production line.