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 New Mexico Society of Hazardous Materials Managers
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BCSP Global Learning Summit
May 10 - May 12 | 6:00 am - 6:00 pm

As our May technical offering, we encourage New Mexico Society of Hazardous Materials Professional (NMSHMM) members to take advantage of the technical content offered by attending the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) Global Learning Summit (GLS). Registration is only $25, which provides access to 150+ technical sessions! Dates for live tutorials are May 10-12, 2022, with access to recorded sessions and a total of 15 recertification points.

The inaugural BCSP GLS offers speakers and presenters from 11 countries, including our own NMSHMM Chapter President, Timothy Stirrup REM ASP CHMM, and Past-President/Director at Large & Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals (AHMP) Secretary, Kelsey Forde CIH CSP CHMM. Timothy & Kelsey will be leading two (2) technical sessions on at the first BCSP GLS!

More information and online ticketing is available at the following link: https://registration.socio.events/e/bcspgls

Other Announcements

Call for Volunteers:

The NMSHMM is actively recruiting volunteers to help serve on the Board of Directors, committees, plan membership events, and help mold the NMSHMM Chapter to fit the needs of our Members. We are looking for people to help with technical meetings, membership outreach, volunteer activities, webpage/newsletter content, and much, much more... If you or a colleague is interested in participating in NMSHMM leadership, please reach out to anyone in the current NMSHMM Leadership and/or talk to NMSHMM Leadership at an upcoming Technical Meeting or other NMSHMM event.

Your Expertise Wanted:

NM ASSP Zia Section Chair, Ms. Juanita Miller, is requesting your expertise, experiences, and lessons learned in laboratory management and Experimental Safety Plans (ESPs). Ms. Miller is specifically requesting collaboration with colleagues from diverse and complex organizations such as LANL, SNL, NREL, NNSA, UNM, etc. in association with her efforts to streamline documentation and training requirements within the Chemical Engineering Department at NMSU. Share your expertise within our NM ASSP community and collaborate with fellow ASSP Leaders.