The Region was well represented at the Future Safety Leaders Conference in Lobard, Illinois with attendees from Student Sections all over the region. Some of the schools present include: Embry Riddle, Gateway Community College, BYU-Idaho and Montana Tech. Here are some photos from the event courtesy of Dustin Richartz.
Jennifer (Melissa) Schmaltz was recognized as one of the National Safety Council’s Rising Stars for 2015. Read the magazine article here: http://www.safetyandhealthmagazine.com/articles/12822-rising-stars-of-safety-class-of-2015-nsc?page=39
At the recent ROC held in Salt Lake City at the University of Utah Officer’s Club, Dustin Richartz, Area B Director of Region II ASSE was awarded the Safety Professional of the Year for 2014-2015. Congratulations to Dustin and special thanks goes to Melissa Schmaltz, and the Awards and Honors committee.
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