I hope everyone has had a safe, wonderful summer and is as ready and excited as we are for this year’s American Foundry Society Program and events.
I know everyone has been spending their time worrying about our wonderful government and the OSHA Silica rule they are forcing on our industry. So we have a speaker that has been working toward compliance as well as working in Washington to try and change some minds.
Our speaker this month is Jessica Ulmer-West. The topic we, light heartedly, titled “Is it safe to walk the beach?” Within this title, Jessica will discuss our situation and how things are being defined so we might better understand what must be done to comply.
Jessica is currently sits on the board of the Central Ohio Chapter and is employed at Kenton Iron as the Environmental, Safety & HR Manager. She is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a B.S. in English Literature and seeking a MBA from the University of Findlay. Jessica has made several trips to Washington DC to meet with our representatives and explain our situation and concerns.
Please feel free to bring your questions and your experiences for some discussion.
Please join us Thursday September 15, 2016 and welcome Jessica at the Holiday Inn located at 7007 N High St, Worthington, OH 43085
Sign in starts at 6:00 PM and dinner at 6:30
Cost is $30.00
Clear your calendar now before you forget.
Click reply and get your RSVP in or sign on to our website, www.afscentralohio.org and R.S.V.P. Remember, it could be worth $50!
Thank you and have a great Holiday weekend.
Michael J. Warner
To advance, through Research and Education, the Arts and Sciences relating to the Manufacture and Utilization of Metal Castings
The American Foundry Society (AFS) was founded in 1896
to provide and promote knowledge and services that strengthen the metalcasting industry for the ultimate benefit of its customers and society.
Since then the AFS has grown into an international organization with over 10,000
with members in 47 countries and today there are 52 local chapters and 33 student chapters affiliated with the AFS in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Membership in the AFS is open to anyone interested to support and promote the foundry industry and includes membership in the chapter closest to your residence. By joining the AFS you automatically become eligible for all the benefits and advantages our Society has to offer including educational opportunities and the fellowship and networking offered by your local chapter. There are seven classes of membership to choose from: