Safety Alliance Brings Safety to businesses in the Texas Panhandle

The Texas Panhandle Safety Alliance (TPSA) will hold its charter meeting on March 9, 2018 as the Safety Alliance continues to build a strong alliance with OSHA, universities and colleges, attorneys, safety professionals and vendors, as well as, others who support their efforts to develop "Best Practices" for improving workplace safety, and provide a resource for safety, health and risk professionals to work together. Safety Alliance monthly meetings are free to attend, membership is free and offers participants the opportunity to network with others who are dedicated to creating a safer work
environment in their community.

The Safety Alliance was so successful in Miami, that in 2017 the Safety Alliance established ten additional chapters throughout Florida. In 2018, the Safety Alliance established their first chapter in Texas and will continue to expand their organization both nationally and internationally.

By expanding the Safety Alliance, members can share their challenges, and their success stories, and discuss practical solutions for improving their safety cultures.

Together, everyone can work for a common cause, creating a safer environment, for employees, free of accidents, injuries and fatalities.

The Safety Alliance maintains strong relationships with local area OSHA offices and invites OSHA to participate in their monthly meetings. The Safety Alliance signed an OSHA Alliance in 2013 in South Florida and it was renewed with OSHA in 2015.

Because this has been one of the most successful OSHA Alliances, in 2017, OSHA renewed their Alliance for an additional five years. TPSA will seek to gain OSHA’s support by establishing the same strong relationship, and Alliance, with the Panhandle Area OSHA Office. In addition to OSHA, TPSA will work closely with local colleges and universities and trade associations.

David Wessin, Founder and CEO of the Safety Alliance will be in attendance at the charter meeting and will be speaking about some of the benefits that business owners, safety, health and risk professionals and others will be able to take advantage of through membership and sponsorship in the TPSA.

David has been devoted to safety and health for the past 35 years. He has served and chaired various safety and health committees both locally and nationally; he has also received awards both locally and nationally for creating safety programs and advances in the field of safety and health. The Safety Alliance created the Change4Change Program in 2016 and makes donations, on a quarterly basis, to local charities. In November each year, the Safety Alliance conducts their annual food drive benefiting
local food shelves and in December, they conduct their annual toy drive benefiting local children’s hospitals. The Safety Alliance recently created their SAFE-VET program. In honor of our military men and women, we will provide free OSHA 10-Hour training for our Veterans. We are honored to provide this training to keep our Veterans safe, because of the sacrifices they have made to keep us all safe.

Texas Panhandle Safety Alliance:
The TPSA Charter meeting will occur at 10:00 am on March 9, 2018, at the Amarillo College, 1314 S. Polk Street, Room 112B, Amarillo, TX 79101. Please join us for coffee, donuts and networking before the meeting from 9:30 am to 10 am, and a Texas Style BBQ lunch following the meeting.

For more information about the TPSA or to register for this event, visit our website at

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