Why It Matters
Engineers are a critical component to facilitating safety in the workplace. We enable our strong network of engineers to collaborate so they can have a real impact on the OSH industry and workplace safety. For example, our members have made significant contributions to protect those who work at heights and to prevent slips, trips and falls in the workplace — even helping to develop formal standards like the Z359 Fall Protection Code and ANSI/ASSP A1264.1-2017, Safety Requirements for Workplace Walking/Working Surfaces and Their Access.
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Engineering Practice Specialty Advisory Committee
Administrator Marjory E Anderson, CSP
Assistant Administrator Scott Baranowski, CSP
Awards & Honors Chair Marjory E Anderson, CSP
Content Coordinator Lawrence J H Schulze, Ph.D., P.E., CPE
Membership Chair Lawrence J H Schulze, Ph.D., P.E., CPE
Nominations & Elections Chair Daren C Williams, P.E.
Professional Development Chair Scott Baranowski, CSP
Secretary Michael A Ray, M.S., CSP, CSMP
Social Media Chair Matthew F Herron, M.S., P.E., CSP, CPE
Staff Liaison Charlyn L Haguewood
Standards Chair Mark D Hansen, P.E., CSP, CPE, CPEA, FASSP
Technical Question Coordinator Marjory E Anderson, CSP
Go beyond belonging to the Engineering Practice Specialty group and volunteer for a position on our Advisory Committee. Or, consider running to be elected as assistant administrator, which, after two years, leads to the office of administrator. As a volunteer leader, you can lend your time and expertise to our many initiatives, while developing transferable leadership and team-building skills. Leadership positions within ASSP help members reach their highest level of performance, both on the job and in the Society.
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