|Partners / Affiliates|
NASP/IASP has now formed a partnership with Safetyinfo.com. Members of NASP/IASP are eligible for a discounted price of $349 (normally $399) for an annual membership with SafetyInfo.com. Safetyinfo.com has over 9000 pages of safety related material to aid in proper development and implementation of plans, programs, procedures and training. A membership with SafetyInfo.com will provide additional tools including:
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EHS - Academy (Cairo - Egypt) was established in April 2010 and EHS - Training Centre (Dubai - UAE) was established in June 2011 as an Occupational Safety & Health Training and Consultant Company. Since 1981, The founder and owner of EHS - Academy and EHS - Training Centre, Mr. Wagdi Fouad Seffain has conducted thousands of International and National Safety & Health Training Courses in Egypt and the Middle East, and more than 30,000 persons have attended these courses. Our mission is to develop new, high performance standards in the field of Occupational Safety & Health and Fire Safety in Egypt and the Middle East. EHS Academy wishes to raise the level of Safety & Health awareness and enhance Safety & Health programs and plans by providing high quality Occupational Safety & Health Management Training Courses to Safety Personnel throughout Egypt and the Middle East. For more information about EHS - Academy, click here.
Fire Safety Investigation, or FSI, is located in Bridgeport, West Virginia and is owned and managed by Mr. Brent Harris. FSI is a leading safety consulting company for the Oil and Gas Industry with instructors having backgrounds in the fire service and military, as well as a vast amount of knowledge and experience in the various safety regulations found at drilling sites. They teach Petroleum Safety Specialist Courses and issue NASP/IASP certificates and wallet cards for personnel in the oil and gas industry. For more information about FSI, click here.
NASP/IASP Partnership with National Safety Council (NSC):
NASP/IASP is a proud member of the National Safety Council, a nonprofit organization with the mission to save lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy. Working to make the world measurably safer, NSC advances this mission by engaging businesses, government agencies, elected officials and the public to help prevent the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S. – unintentional injuries. For more information regarding the NSC, click here.
NASP/IASP is a proud advocate to and contributor for the United Support & Memorial for Workplace Fatalities. USMWF is a support group made up of empathetic families who have been there and understand the emotions and questions one may have regarding the loss of a family member. Here's a direct quote from their website:
"We know and understand the devastation which takes place in the mind, body and soul and we strive to help you and others from having to go through both the grieving process and investigative process alone."
"Often people feel no one can relate to the tragedy of a workplace death and what you have been through. The grief and feelings of loneliness can be overwhelming."
"It is important that you know you are not alone."
"You are approximately one family out of 12-16 families a day in the United States that found out your loved one was fatality injured in a preventable work-related incident. There is nothing anyone can say or do to ease the pain of your loss. The trauma involved is beyond the “normal” grieving process."
"When a workplace tragedy occurs, there is a terrible sense of injustice, bewilderment, disbelief, sometimes anger – all combined with feelings of horror, loss and pain. This is a confusing and causes conflicting arrays of emotions all while trying to “come to terms with” the fact a tragedy happened."
"It is important for you to know your loved one is not forgotten – he/she is in the hearts and minds of many."
For more information on USMWF, click here.