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Online FEMA CERT Course

The University of Utah-Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health has developed an online CERT course. This course is NOW available for persons wanting the CERT training.

This training is FREE and meets the classroom portion of the CERT training requirements. Students can sign up at https://utah.instructure.com/register and use the following join code: RR3BX6. Please ensure that you click on “I’m a Student” when you register.

Successful Scholarship Fundraiser!

Thank you all for your efforts and help in our 3rd Annual Dinner and Silent Auction event held February 24, 2018.

It was a very successful and fun event.  We plan on holding this event again next February. Dinner from the Olive Garden was again very tasty and well received. A success. Our Guest Speaker was very good and provided lots of great information and hand-outs for those attending. Another success.

Our initial total from the event, per Trevor Hinckley, is – $2,732.00 for our scholarship and education funds.  A success for sure.

And one last special Thanks to Danielle Denne and WCF for hosting this event for the past 3 years.  It has worked out excellent for all.

Ritchey Science and Engineering Fair

Once again we sponsored the Ritchey Science and Engineering Fair at Weber State University.  This is a great and worthwhile event to continue supporting. Here is the overview/review for the event last Friday (3/24/17), with our ASSE judges and awards.

All judges, once again, were impressed with the quality of the projects and the quality of the students.  The Ritchey Science and Engineering Fair staff was again excellent to work with.

Thanks to Brad Whitworth, Kryz Tung, and Keith Crumpton.  Also – a big thank you to Ben Gerlach for continuing to help us sponsor this event.

Utah Chapter Past President Award – Mark Chavez

Mark was in the role of President of the Utah ASSE chapter for the past two years, ending in July 2016. He is currently serving as Past President and will have a role in organizing our next elections. He served as President-Elect for two years prior to becoming president. Mark has shown his commitment to our profession by volunteering his time to our local chapter for the past five years. Mark has also served on the planning committee for the joint safety and health conference that is held each October at the University of Utah. He began several years ago representing the mining and construction industry and has been serving on the committee more recently in his position as president. Mark is dedicated to our profession and is a true professional.