SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organized 1962 Incorporated 1973 Professionals
SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organized 1962 Incorporated 1973 Professionals Dedicated to the Safety of Systems, Products & Services SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY ANNUAL REPORT Submitted by Paul Kryska August 2004 Organized 1962 Incorporated 1973 SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organization 2003/2004 Professionals Dedicated to the Safety of Systems, Products & Services Past Presidents Council SSS Founder Roger Lockwood Dir. Government & Intersociety Services Steve Smith 2001-2005 Administrative Secretary Cathy Carter (Staff)
Dir. Member Services Barry Hendrix 2001-2005 Standards Committee xx Liaison Reps ANSI 01.1 & ASTM E34 RAMS ASSE Committee President Paul Kryska 2003-2005 Past President Clif Ericson 2003-2005 OVP Individual Membership Dick Stephans OVP Corporate Membership Warner Talso Executive Secretary Melissa Emery 2003-2005 Executive Vice President Larry Jones 2003-2005 Dir. Publicity & Media Josh McNeil 2001-2005 OVP Communications xx
OVP Marketing Mike Kochmann Technical Editor JSS Niles Welch Treasurer Chris Olson 2003-2005 Dir. Education and Professional Development Steve Mattern 2004-2008 Dir. Chapter Services Jerry Banister 2004-2008 OVP Awards Steve Mattern OVP Training Education Bob Sweginnis RVP Chapter Services East Coast RVP Chapter Services West Coast OVP Prof Development Dev Raheja Dir. Conferences Jon Derickson 2004-2005 2002 Conference Chair Jim Wiggins Denver, Colorado 2003 Conference Chair
Gary Einarsson Ottawa, Canada 2004 Conference Chair Niles Welch Providence, RI BCSP Representative Larry Jones SVP Science & Tech SVP Intl Activities SVP Information Bay Area Chapter Mike JeungWesoloski Central CA Chapter Steve Castro Alamos Chapter August, 2004 LosArt Crawford New England Chapter David Rice New Mexico Chapter John Covan Northwest Chapter John Hinckley Ohio Chapter Warren Brown Sierra HD Chapter Jerry Banister Puget Sound Chapter Sam Lainoff
Southern CA Chapter Ruben G. Moran Sacramento Chapter Doug Smith TN Valley Chapter Lon McDaniel Washington DC Chapter Jim Rinko North Texas Chapter Inactive Florida Chapter Inactive Twin Cities Chapter Inactive 2 SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organized 1962 Incorporated 1973 Professionals Dedicated to the Safety of Systems, Products & Services Science & Technology (ST) Goal ST1 Create an international system safety network that focuses on bringing the connectivity to the latest technological developments and how they will affect system safety. Society membership increased by 20% over previous year Established new international chapter in Eastern Canada Continued support by the Safety-critical Systems Club (U.K.) for ISSC
Jointly hosted the 21st International System Safety Conference (Providence, RI) with the Navys Weapon System Safety Symposium Attendees represented various nationalities and industries Topics included broad variety of subject matter (aerospace, aviation, mass transit, nuclear, automotive, national defense, etc.) August, 2004 3 SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organized 1962 Incorporated 1973 Professionals Dedicated to the Safety of Systems, Products & Services Information (IN) Goal IN1 Create a 24 hour, on-demand system safety information resource. Created web space on society site for: ISSC conference use Society chapters use (10MB per chapter) JSS and eJSS use Created Recent Updates page on website Upgraded society server space to 800MB Created past conference presentations archive page August, 2004 4 SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organized 1962
Incorporated 1973 Professionals Dedicated to the Safety of Systems, Products & Services Information (IN) Goal IN2 Improve HQ response to customer needs. Member Services developed implemented a strategic plan to sustain and grow both individual and corporate membership Member Services contacted 60 former members to determine cause for dropped membership Incorporated new policy and flexible price structure for corporate members August, 2004 5 SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organized 1962 Incorporated 1973 Professionals Dedicated to the Safety of Systems, Products & Services Education (ED) Goal ED1 Integrate the products of the S&T and Information branches to create the knowledge base and capability to enable our customers to develop the best design solutions for their customers system, product or process safety problems. Added database report of Safety related courses and focus groups to the society website Developed draft system safety common practice for review by EC Developed a roadmap for professional development as an initial step toward the promotion of increased safety certification
August, 2004 6 SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organized 1962 Incorporated 1973 Professionals Dedicated to the Safety of Systems, Products & Services Education Goal ED2 Provide professional development opportunities for the members. 2003 International System Safety Conference (Ottawa, Canada) 1st conference conducted outside U.S.A. Very successful conference 2004 International System Safety Conference (Providence, R.I.) Includes track sponsored by Navys Weapon System Symposium August, 2004 7 SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organized 1962 Incorporated 1973 Professionals Dedicated to the Safety of Systems, Products & Services Education
Goal ED3 Increase national and international influence. Cooperative involvement with technical organizations Interagency Risk Management Working Group American Industrial Hygiene Association Reliability and Maintainability Society International Council of Systems Engineering American Society of Safety Engineers International involvement 3rd Bieleschweig Workshop Rail Automation Conference Representation on Safety Boards/Committees Board of Certified Safety Professionals G-48 Committee August, 2004 8 SYSTEM SAFETY SOCIETY Organized 1962 Incorporated 1973 Professionals Dedicated to the Safety of Systems, Products & Services Education Goal ED4 Institutionalize continuous improvement program. Generated Society Officer Calendar Review of society insurance coverage August, 2004 9
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