President’s Corner

Puget Sound ASSP Members,

The leaves are changing , the rainy season has come, and the holidays are right around the corner.

How quickly our first two chapter meetings have come and gone, and we have enjoyed two very dynamic speakers thus far: Brent Knight of Intuitive Safety Solutions and Jeffery Lyth of QSP Leadership. We thank them both for engaging with our members and sharing their messages. Our next chapter meeting will be held on November 28th, where we will welcome Dr. Rammohan Maikala of Providence Regional Medical Center.

Recognition is very important in our society, and in that spirit I want to take the opportunity to identify one of our chapter members for recently being published in Professional Safety magazine. Morgan Bliss, CIH, CSP has been included in the October publication in an article she co-authored titled “Storytelling in Safety Training”. Our chapter is very proud of Morgan’s continued accomplishments, and look forward to future publications.

We have some exciting opportunities upcoming in December, and I want to make sure you “save-the-date”. Foremost, we will be holding our annual holiday party on December 12th (time and location being finalized). This will be our chapter leadership’s opportunity to celebrate our members, give out our annual awards, and give you the opportunity to network with other members. Please keep an eye out for a final time and location communication in November.

As a chapter, we are also planning a community volunteer opportunity on Saturday, December 15th with Food Lifeline, helping in the effort to make sure no one in our community goes to bed hungry.


Registration is required – any unregistered spots will be released to the waitlist 5 days before the scheduled session.  

Registration Link:

Reservation Time: 12/15/2018 Sort & Pack Afternoon (1:30PM – 4:00PM)

Group Size: 25 people ( adults/ youth)


815 S 96th St

Seattle WA 98108

Things to Note

  • Parking is limited  –coordinating carpool is advised.
  • Remember to wear warm layers and closed-toe shoes – this is mandatory to enter the warehouse.
  • Please bring a completed parent/guardian consent form for any youth volunteers (ages 6-17) – this form will be good for the 2018 calendar year.


I look forward to seeing you on November, 28th.

Be Safe,

Justin Molocznik MS CSP CHST