Tarheel Chapter Hall of Fame Criteria

The ASSP Tarheel Chapter Hall of Fame was created to recognize members who have gone the extra mile to contribute to our chapter and safety in our region. These individuals have given countless hours of volunteer time to benefit our chapter.

To be eligible nominees must meet the following criteria

  1. Be a Professional Member or Member in good standing of their Chapter and the Society.
  2. Not have received this award previously.
  3. Have spent at least ten (10) years working in the safety field.
  4. Nominees are not eligible if they are currently serving as a member of the Board of Directors or the Chapter Awards Committee.

Judging Criteria

  1. ASSP Member in good standing for a minimum of 15 years. (Less service may be considered if special circumstances exist).
  2. Served the Chapter as a member of the Executive Committee or held a long-term position as a Committee Chair or member.
  3. ASSP Society member in good standing with present or past certifications in Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Risk, Insurance, etc.
  4. Recognized by the Chapter, Region, Society, or other applicable organizations for their service to the profession.
  5. Demonstrated commitment to attending and supporting Chapter events.
  6. Other Leadership/ Professional contributions to the profession, community, education, professional development, etc.
  1. Demonstrated outstanding contributions to the, Chapter or Section, activities, including committee or task force chair, officer, services to members, lecturer at seminars, etc.
  2. Have made significant contributions to the ASSP over a minimum period of ten (10) years. A “significant contribution” could be described by serving on committees, holding Board of Director positions, presenting at Chapter meetings, attending National ASSP meetings, and donating to future generations of safety professionals.
  3. Professional contributions to advance the safety profession, such as fostering professional development, public/community services, instructor at educational institutions, involvement in codes and legislation, articles written, work with allied groups, etc.
  4. Awards and innovations, including citations, honors, plaques; or new procedures or systems developed.
  5. Endorsements by superiors and verification by associates, in the form of letters on appropriate stationery of the employer, Area Director, where applicable and Regional Vice President.
  6. Have consistently adhered to the Society’s professional code of conduct.
  7. Other personal achievements related to safety and health.