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NSMS: Golden Gate Chapter – Four Tips for Improving Safety through Collaboration
Posted - Mar 20, 2018

National Safety Management Society – Golden Gate Chapter

THE TOPIC: Four Tips for Improving Safety through Collaboration

THE SPEAKER: Sue Dyer, MBA, MPF, MDRF

THE DATE: Friday, April 13, 2018

THE TIME: 11:15 Registration, 11:30 Lunch, 12:00 to 1:30 Presentation

THE PLACE: Hs. Lordships at the Berkeley Marina, 199 Seawall Dr, Berkeley 94710, 510.843.2733

THE COST: Luncheon and Presentation $45 members, $55 non-members.Cash, checks and PayPal accepted.

Please note: The cost for this luncheon is $45 for NSMS GGC members and $55 for non-members. If you are unsure of your membership status, please reply with your inquiry. Luncheon payments made by PayPal will be accepted after March 23rd, 2018.

RESERVATIONS: Telephone (530) 790-0432 or email: susie@alarsonsafety.com Please make your reservations by Wednesday, April 11, 2018

THE MENU: Full Buffet

Overview:

Research shows that there is a very strong correlation between safety and the level of collaboration you have within your teams. No matter what organizations you are a part of, or what initiative or project you endeavor to complete, collaboration and safety go hand in hand. This session will share four specific tips for improving your team collaboration. We will use San Francisco International Airport (SFO) as an example of an organization fully committed to both collaboration and safety. We hope the audience will get a deeper understanding of how to collaborate in the interest of safety. Sue Dyer, MBA, MPF, MDRF is president of OrgMetrics LLC, a partnering facilitation firm dedicated to helping construction organizations and project teams develop collaborative cultures. Sue has become the thought leader on collaboration in construction. She has worked for over 30 years to perfect the model of structured Collaborative Partnering and her One Team System. Sue has been leading the Partnering Program at SFO for the past 24 years.

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February 13, 2018 BAE Systems Tour
Posted - Jan 26, 2018

February Tour Announcement

Title: BAE Systems Tour

Limited attendance – Please register early!   Registration close date: February 9th at 5 pm

Must be US citizen and bring picture ID (Drivers License is acceptable);

No cameras or laptops. Please arrive by 11:30 for escort to meeting area

Overview: The BAE Systems San Jose facility is home to strategic technology centers of excellence in the areas of Software, Survivable Structures, and Electrical Power Management technology/design for current and future Army and Marine Corp ground combat vehicle systems. The site also supports key efforts in the areas of composite materials, hybrid electric drive systems, integrated vehicle survivability, armor and terminal ballistics lab, crew station design, structure design and modeling and simulation. Much of the prototype manufacturing and integration experience from San Jose has helped to form the company wide prototype network strategy moving forward.

Join ASSE Greater SJ for a tour of BAE Systems’ operations including:

  • Polymer, Metallurgy, Composite Labs
  • Vehicle Test Integration Lab (See Bradley Fighting Vehicles)
  • User Centric Lab (Human factors and customer testing)

Reservations: Click here

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Proposed Amendments to Chapter Bylaws
Posted - Jan 05, 2018

This past August, ASSE members made the historic decision to change the organization’s name to the American Society of Safety Professionals.

ASSE members voted to amend Society bylaws to reflect the new name. As a separately incorporated entity, our chapter needs to hold a separate chapter member vote to change the name in our bylaws, as well.

To learn more about these proposed changes:

We will hold a member vote on these proposed changes at an upcoming meeting of the chapter.