Thursday - April 26, 2018
Regional Learning Alliance
Cranberry Township, PA
Since MASHA was established in 2007, it has been our pleasure to offer an annual conference in western Pennsylvania with educational opportunities reflective of our diversity in occupational safety and health.
2018 marked our 10th year of the MASHA Safety and Health Conference. This year's event was very well attended with nearly 240 participants, including professionals from a wide range of industries and over 50 students from Slippery Rock University, West Virginia University, Fairmont State University, and Carnegie Mellon University to name a few. We are grateful for all who helped make this year's event a great success! Special thanks to the 2018 Conference Speakers, Exhibitors and the Conference Workgroup members listed below.
We look forward to seeing you in 2019!
Thank you to the following sponsor organiztions exhibiting at the 2018 Conference. Please stop by and say hello during breaks and after lunch.
Thank you to the following members who helped to plan the 2018 Conference.
Just published "The Business Ethics Field Guide" with Dr. Brad Agle and Dr. Aaron Miller.. US Army - Officer, Transportation Corps, USSteel - Industrial Engineer, Alcoa - Patent Counsel, Asst. General Counsel, VP Global Business Services, VP Procurement, Corporate Auditor, VP Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability, President Alcoa-Russia, and Chief Information Officer, Foundation Board Member; now retired. Lecturer on Ethics at Duquesne University, BYU, Nebraska, Illinois, Pitt, CMU, Notre Dame, etc. also taught "Change" and "Strategy" in Duquesne University's MBA Program.
Outreach & Traning Specialist, Greenbriar Treatment Center. Rachel works with companies in the Greater Pittsburgh Area as a training specialist. She conducts supervisory trainings that discuss identifying substance abuse in the workplace and the best ways to establish awareness of drug and alcohol issues. She is a clinical evaluator as well, and does assessments on-site with direct referrals to determine an individual's level of care.
Dave is the Assistant Director USDOL-OSHA Pittsburgh Area Office.