Chapter News

**ATTENTION**SPEAKERS WANTED!!!

The AIHA-RMS is planning for its 2022 Fall Technical Conference (FTC), to be held in-person at the Arvada Center, September 13-14, 2022. The abstract submission form is now open: https://aiharmls.memberclicks.net/2022abstract#/

AIHA would like to increase the number of safety topics, so reaching out to our ASSP membership to recruit speakers


Please submit your abstract by June 15th. We have simplified the submission form and hope that it is more user friendly. Speakers that are selected can attend the conference free of charge on the day that they are presenting. Potential session topics might include:


Case studies
Subject matter expert presentations in industrial hygiene or safety topics

Heat Stress / Heat Illness prevention programs
New or emerging areas of practice
Climate change and occupational health
Risk management/reduction
Professional practice topics
Construction topics
Ergonomics
Big data
The changing world of work

In Case You Missed It….

Click here to watch our September 2021 ASSP Colorado Chapter hybrid meeting speaker Kristin White of Fisher & Phillips discuss Vaccine Mandates, Incentives, and Employee Questions.

MEMBER SPOTLIGHT!

An article named “What People Earn: 2021” appeared in Parade Magazine between August 29-Septmber 5th, spotlighting member Mwangi Ndodga! Congratulations!

See the article here

Ray Smith Scholarship Applications

The Ray Smith Scholarship was established to recognize and reward outstanding high school academic performance and overall involvement in community affairs by students and family members of the trucking industry and CMCA member companies in Colorado.

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This is a yearly scholarship program sponsored by the Colorado Motor Carriers Foundation. We encourage all of our member companies to spread the word about this valuable program throughout your driver, mechanic, and safety management teams. This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors or college bound returning students who intend to enter a technical/diesel/mechanical school or an accredited college.

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