As a member of the Snake River Chapter of ASSP, you are entitled to vote for your elected officers for the next chapter term (7/1/21 through 6/30/23). The succession to President and President-Elect is automatic so the future President-Elect Chad Hoffman and the next President Jason Barry do not appear on the ballot. Please take a moment to exercise your right to vote once you receive the electronic ballot.
Voting will close on Friday, April 25th. If you have questions, please contact Kozzette Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Secretary Brandon Huff, ASP
Brandon Huff is the Northern Division Safety and Quality Manager for Atlas. In this role he conducts risk assessments, evaluates hazard control, investigates incidents, prepares emergency response plans and provides on-the-job training in both safety and quality. He performs audits at all Atlas laboratory locations and all offsite nuclear gauge storage locations for safety and quality compliance. He collaborates with company managers and offices to identify new initiatives and opportunities to improve the safety and quality programs. Brandon has led or participated in over 45 audits of testing laboratories since 2012; including verification to ISO 17025 Standard and NQA-1 requirements.
Brandon has an AS in Occupational Safety and Health from Columbia Southern and holds an ASP. He is running for Secretary.
Treasurer Emilee McCullough, GSP
Emilee McCullough is a Corporate Safety Administrator for POWER Engineers, Inc. She specializes in office safety administration and manages safety at all of POWER’s offices, each with an Office Safety Coordinator who reports to her regarding safety matters. She also handles emergency preparedness and writes company-wide safety messages.
Emilee graduated from Boise State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental and Occupational Health and a certificate in Leadership and Human Relations. She holds a GSP and is currently working towards a Master’s degree in Safety Management. Emilee has served as Secretary for the Snake River Chapter for the last two years and is running for Treasurer.
The American Society of Safety Professionals, the world’s oldest professional safety organization, has launched a biweekly Safety Standards and Tech Pubs Podcast to help occupational safety and health professionals stay informed of industry consensus standards and technical publications. The podcast debuted in October and has already covered helpful safety topics through six episodes.
Donors can establish a named academic scholarship or professional education grant fund through the ASSP Foundation. Scholarships and grants advance the safety profession and provide national recognition for the donor. The Foundation manages the administrative details of this program and works with the donor to provide qualified award recipients each year.
The WISE Mentoring program successfully connects today’s most talented and experienced women mentors with rising and aspiring mentees. This pairing is designed to encourage and empower mentees to more effectively advance their careers through alignment with identified business objective, skill development, career option consideration, and network formation. All discussions are strictly confidential between the two parties. If you are an SH&E practitioner seeking to chart a successful career path or a seasoned pro eager to share experiences and insight, please visit the ASSP WISE website for more information.