About ASSP’s Annual Future Safety Leaders Programming
The Future Safety Leaders Programming will include networking, mock interviews, and sponsor-led presentations. Registration is now open for the following:
Join BCSP and ASSP for the 2021-2022 kickoff of the Future Safety Leaders Programming events. Take a break and show off what you know. Bring your phone to compete online for fabulous prizes in a friendly, yet competitive game of trivia and networking to follow.
Thursday, January 13
BCSP Trivia Networking Event | Zoom
Mock Interviews with Sponsors
Student members and emerging professionals will be paired with representatives from the Future Safety Leaders Programming sponsors (Amazon, Georgia-Pacific, Grainger, & Liberty Mutual) to simulate a real-world interview experience in short virtual sessions. Resumes MUST be submitted to Student Services prior to signing up for the session. Note: If mock interviews fill up, all participants are welcome to submit resumes which will be distributed to all conference sponsors to StudentServices@assp.org through January 10, 2022.
Tuesday, January 18
Thursday, January 20
Tuesday, January 25
Wednesday, January 26
Sponsor-Led Presentations with Sponsors
Wednesday, February 2 | 2:00 p.m. CST | 60 min Session w/ Q&A | Zoom
Women in Safety: What it Means for Women to Lead hosted by Amazon
Key Takeaways: How women can break into the field; The importance of having all voices at the table; How to hone the best leadership skills in your safety position.
Thursday, February 3 | 2:00 p.m. CST | 60 min Session w/ Q&A | Zoom
How Being a Volunteer Benefits the Community and Your Career hosted by Dräger
Key Takeaways: Volunteering expands your network of friends and business contacts; Many companies sponsor certain charities – how to leverage that for both community and personal growth; Bonus: a few tips on financial planning (401k, ROTH, Robinhood, BIT)
Wednesday, February 9 | 2:00 p.m. CST | 60 min Session w/ Q&A | Zoom
Human & Organizational Performance: Viewing Safety Through a Different Lens hosted by Georgia-Pacific
Key Takeaways: If you want to improve SIF performance, you must learn from normal work; Normal work looks different than your procedures; Employees who trust you will help you learn.
Thursday, February 10 | 2:00 p.m. CST | 60 min Session w/ Q&A | Zoom
Value of ASSP in Your Career hosted by Grainger
Key Takeaways: Describe opportunities for continuing education and professional development through ASSP membership; Identify ways to network with other safety professionals and industry leaders and examine how ASSP serves as a conduit for building your own professional brand; Discuss member stories about how ASSP has brought value to their careers and helped them be successful as safety professionals.
Wednesday, February 16 | 2:00 p.m. CST | 60 min Session w/ Q&A | Zoom
Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling hosted by Liberty Mutual
Key Takeaways: Explore how humble inquiry shows up in interactions and creates the space to foster inclusion, innovation, and growth; Reflect on how you can practice the art of asking questions and listening in your day-to-day work environment; How to overcome barriers that keep us from asking questions.
Who Should Attend?
ASSP student members and emerging professionals who are ready to transition working in the safety profession should attend.
Geared toward OSH students and emerging professionals looking to transition into their careers, the Future Safety Leaders Programming offers unique opportunities to:
- Network for the purpose of seeking out employment opportunities
- Engage in virtual programming discussions with experienced safety professionals
- Gain career advice from ASSP leaders and top employers
- Enhance career development skills
- Develop leadership skills that you can be transferred to the future workplace
- Share best practices and meet key ASSP leaders
Programming Costs & Registration Info
Program registration is free and there is no application process. Register for each session you wish to attend.