ISHM is pleased to announce that this year the meeting will be held on Saturday, October 20 at the Holiday Inn Castle in Orlando, Florida. The meeting will begin at 12:30 PM local time and any Associate Safety and Health Manager (ASHM) or Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM) is invited to attend.
Attendees may observe or request that an item be placed on the agenda for discussion. Those attending may also be asked to provide feedback on important matters before the board. “Although the board meeting is over three months away, the ISHM wanted to get the word out as early as possible,” stated Larry Curtis, CSHM, Executive Director of ISHM. “Many of the ISHM’s certificant holders attend this annual conference and exposition, making it a perfect venue for the board of directors meeting. While it may seem to be early, the venues available are filling rapidly and we need to lock our space in soon. We want to make sure we have enough room for anyone who would like to attend. Please let me know at email@example.com no later than July 9, 2012 if you will be attending. We hope to see you there.”
The ISHM Board of Directors meeting, being held during the 2012 NSC Congress & Expo, allows CSHMs and ASHMs the opportunity to attend both the important annual meeting and the NSC Congress & Expo. Last year, over 12,000 safety, health and environmental professionals attended the NSC event. The NSC expo hall will also host over 800 exhibiting companies for three days.
To learn more about the ASHM, CSHM or the Institute for Safety and Health Management, please visit http://www.ISHM.org, email info@ISHM.org or call (877) 201-4053.
About the Institute for Safety and Health Management
The Institute for Safety and Health Management is the premier credentialing organization founded to promote the establishment of standards and recognition of safety and risk management professionals. Through the ISHM’s certification programs, Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM) and Associate Safety Health Manager (ASHM), it promotes the advancement of safety management through the application of management principles and the integration of safety into all levels and activities of management.