WSSU director of health and safety presents at seminar

WSSU director of health and safety presents at seminar
July 30
00:00 2015

In above photo: Aaron Leftwich

Special to The Chronicle

Aaron Leftwich, Winston-Salem State University’s director of environmental health & safety (EHS), presented recently at a national conference for campus safety, health and environmental practitioners.

Leftwich’s presentation “How and Why to Implement Interns and Student Workers in EHS Departments,” was part of a professional development seminar at the 62nd annual Campus Safety, Health, and Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA) Conference in Washington, DC in July.

The session, titled “Safety at Small Colleges and Universities,” was presented by a consortium of EHS directors at colleges and universities with similar staffing complements.

The seminar focused on strategies EHS Directors can employ to meet the vast needs of their respective schools.

Leftwich, who joined WSSU in 2012, is a member of CSHEMA’s Small Colleges and Universities Community of Practice and currently serves as the UNC System representative for Small Colleges and Universities on the North Carolina State Safety and Health Steering Committee.

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