ASSP North Section Meeting

  • May 19, 2022
    11:00 am - 1:00 pm

On Thursday, May 19, 2022, the ASSP GCC North Section will host an in-person monthly section meeting.

Topic ASSP Gulf Coast Chapter 2021-2022 Operational Report, 2022-2023 Outlook, ASSP Society Update

A review of the operations of the Gulf Coast Chapter over the 2021-2022 year and provide insight on plans for the upcoming 2022-2023 operational year. This will include an update on current affairs at the ASSP Region III and Society levels, including the recent elections, House of Delegates vote, and upcoming Region III and Society Professional Development Conferences.

Speaker Jeron Quincy, President of the ASSP Gulf Coast Chapter

Jeron holds a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety Management and a Master of Science degree in Industrial Safety Management from the University of Central Missouri. Jeron has been a Certified Safety Professional since April of 2013 and holds several other industry issued and recognized safety credentials and certifications. Jeron has been assigned to leadership roles in HSE and Operations since 1999 and has specialized in behavior-based safety management as well as the development and implementation of safety management systems. His leadership has driven industry leading HSE results in large and mid-sized construction, service, and manufacturing organizations. Positive communication is a basic expectation he strives to have every organization embrace as they adopt and embrace a zero-harm philosophy.  Jeron currently is serving as the Gulf Coast Chapter president.


  • 11:00 AM – Networking
  • 11:30 AM – Lunch, Introductions, Pledges of Allegiance
  • 11:45 AM – ASSP GCC & North Section Updates
  • 12:00 PM – Presentation & Discussions
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Venue:   Sam Houston State University - The Woodlands Center, Room 330

3380 College Park Drive, Conroe, Texas, 77384


Parking is free, but park in the SHSU parking garage or SHSU parking in front of the building.  Avoid faculty/staff spots or the Lone Star College parking.