Download and view the Society’s May 2021 News Release.
Jameson Huntley has been an ASSP Delmarva Chapter member since 2018. Last month he passed the Board of Certified Safety Professional’s Associate Safety Professional exam. Originally from Massachusetts, Jameson is a 2016 graduate from Westfield State University with a B.S. in Environmental Science and was an ASSP Connecticut Valley member. Jameson is currently the Safety Manager at Burris Logistics in Federalsburg, MD. Jameson is glad to have his brain take a break from studying, but is looking forward to continuing his education and earning his Certified Safety Professional certification.
The members of the Delmarva Chapter congratulate Jameson on achieving this professional milestone and wish him only the best as he works to achieve his CSP.
It seems to me our roles in support of our company’s worker safety culture are increasingly a “journey” rather than a “destination”. I was thinking about it this weekend and suddenly had a flashback to my Sophomore high school English class of all things! My teacher, David Senecal, is likely sitting up in his grave saying – “I told you this was important!!!” I liken our “safety journey” as a direct retelling of the classic late middle age saga – The Canterbury Tales published in 1400 by Geoffrey Chaucer, where a group of 30 pilgrims traveled the 60 miles from London to the St Thomas Becket shrine at Canterbury Cathedral over a week-and-a-half period. They were a motley mix of all levels of society and trades – Knights, Lawyers, Millers, Reeves, Cooks, Merchants, Monks, Nuns, Physicians, Seamen and even some unescorted Women; quite radical for that time! They decided to have a contest in telling the best story, as judged by the Tabard innkeeper who joins the group, with the winner receiving a free dinner at the Tabard Inn, the de rigueur restaurant of the time, when they returned to London.
All, if attending an Delmarva ASSP event going forward or if you attended the last event and were unable to pay please use this app or the scan below.
A simple how to for installing and using Venmo to make payments with your mobile device.
What is Venmo?
- Venmo is a mobile application (app) that allows you to perform transactions between individuals. We will be using it for ASSP dues and various charges to members with our meetings and events.
- Open your APP store or Google Play application
- Search for the Venmo App.
- Select the “Get” or “Install” option.