Alexis Westin, CSP, ASP, OHST, WCP
Position: Practice Specialty Assistant Administrator - Consultants
Alexis Westin, CSP, ASP, OHST, WCP, has over 10 years of experience in providing safety management in the insurance industry. She has worked in a variety of industries from hospitals and construction, to non-profit organizations. In this time, Alexis has worked in New England, the South, the Southwest and the Midwest. During her time in Tucson, she was fortunate enough to work as part of a safety team on the hit show “Extreme Home Makeover." Since 2005 she has been an active member of the ASSP. She started in the student chapter while at the University of Maine, eventually becoming secretary for the ASSP Arizona Chapter and treasurer for the Northwest Chapter.
Alexis holds a B.S. in Environmental Health and Safety from the University of Maine and an M.S. in Occupational Health and Safety with a minor in Environmental Management from Columbia Southern University.
I believe it is important to give back to our community in all forms. My community for safety has always been ASSP. In the last few years I have expanded my community into working with the Consultants Practice Specialty group. I am looking forward to encouraging participation in the group as well as using my experience with the group to determine pertinent trainings and topics to benefit the group as a whole.
As the assistance administrator, I look forward to gaining knowledge of the systems and technology used for the regular meetings as well as how to propel the group forward with the changes within the ASSP community.
My experience in the consulting industry for almost two decades will be beneficial for the group in terms of bringing pertinent discussion topics, knowledge of speakers and regulatory and compliance knowledge.
As the social media coordinator for the past two years for the Consultants Practice Specialty group, I am aware of the importance of communication within the group and ASSP. I will continue the communications and make sure that we are working towards a common goal of the group.