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I. Administrative/Leadership Activities MAXIMUM POSSIBLE POINTS
A. Officer Report Submitted by Due Date B. Financial Report Submitted by Due Date C. Leadership Conference Representative D. House of Delegates Representation

Points 1000
200 200 300 300

Guidelines
Chapter submits Chapter Officer Delegate and Committee Chair Report to ASSE HQ and RVP by May 31. Chapter submits Chapter Financial Report to ASSE HQ and RVP by May 31. Chapter sends at least one representative to the Annual Leadership Conference. Chapter sends appropriate representation to the Annual House of Delegates meeting.

II. Chapter Activities MAXIMUM POSSIBLE POINTS
A. Chapter Programs

Points 1185
100

Guidelines
Chapter holds a minimum of 6 technical programs (meetings) each year. Topics must be relevant and timely Attendance must be taken at each meeting.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – A B. Additional Programs

100 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Two more technical meetings, for a total of eight (8) Average monthly attendance is 15% of the total membership or at least 40 members, whichever is smaller, over a one year period. Average monthly attendance is 25% of the total membership or at least 50 members, whichever is smaller, over a one year period. A total of at least 10 technical programs. Chapter conducts a pre-planning meeting before the first meeting of the Chapter year. Chapter provides documentation that the average program attendance for the year increased at least 10% from the previous year. Chapter conducts 12 meetings. Attendance taken. At least one (1) Chapter program sponsored by a Practice Specialty. Small/Medium Chapters: Chapter conducts a joint meeting with another ASSE Chapter, Section or Student Section. Large Chapters: Chapter conducts two joint meetings with another ASSE Chapter, Section or Student Section. Chapter conducts at least one joint meeting with their Student Section. Chapter conducts a joint professional development event with the Student Section.

B. Additional Programs con’t.

20 20 TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – B C. Awards & Honors 220 15 15 15 15 15 15
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Chapter recognizes members for their outstanding service to the Society or the Profession. Chapter nominates and selects a Chapter Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) and/or presents another Chapter award to a Chapter member. Chapter forwards at least one SPY candidate for consideration at the Regional level. Chapter forwards a SPY candidate to the National level. National SPY Petition Guidelines must be followed. Chapter honors a non-Society member for their service to the Chapter/ Region/Society. Chapter submits a Fellow Petition. The petition follows Fellow Guidelines.

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C. Awards & Honors Continued TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - C D. Membership Recruitment

15 105 20 20 20 20 20 100 20 20 20 20

Chapter submits a Chapter Stars Recognition Award petition.

Chapter develops or uses current strategic plan for recruiting new members. Chapter has a 5% increase in membership as a result of participation in the ASSE Membership campaign or a local Chapter campaign. Chapter has a 10% increase in membership as a result of participation in the ASSE Membership campaign or a local Chapter campaign. Chapter has a 15% increase in membership as a result of participation in the ASSE Membership campaign. Chapter conducts a new membership orientation program annually.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – D E. Membership Retention

Chapter surveys members or uses some other means to determine member expectations. Chapter devotes a section of their Strategic Plan to membership retention. Chapter assigns a Hospitality Committee to welcome members at all Chapter functions. Chapter institutes or maintains a program to contact members whose membership has lapsed.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – E F. Membership Recognition

80 20 20 20 20 20
Chapter recognizes members within Chapter newsletter/web site who serve on committees, receive promotions / awards and/or who promote the Society through some type of media source (radio, TV, print, electronic, etc.) Chapter recognizes members at Chapter functions. Chapter invites member’s supervisory team to a Chapter function to recognize member achievements. (*Note: If the supervisor is invited but the invitation is not accepted, the Chapter still qualifies for points in this category.) Chapter submits information on recognized members to the Society for publication in Society publications and to local/regional media sources. Chapter schedules a meeting to honor Society Fellows, SPYs, emeritus members, special guests and long-time service award recipients.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - F G. Ex. Committee – Professional Development

100 15 15 15 15
Chapter sends at least 1 person to the ASSE Leadership Conference. Chapter develops a duty checklist for all incoming officers that is reviewed and updated annually. Chapter conducts an annual new officer workshop or sends its new officers to a Regional program. One or more Chapter officers are selected as presenters at the ASSE Leadership Conference or Regional Student Leaders Conference.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – G H. Miscellaneous Membership Services

60 10 10 20 15 15
A Chapter representative (i.e. Chapter Job Chair) provides employment information at meetings, in Chapter newsletters and website. Video, print or multimedia resource library for member use.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - H I. Revenue Generation and Disbursement

Chapter develops one or more revenue generating programs (up to five at 15 points each). At least 50% of the net proceeds from revenue-generating programs is returned to the Chapter membership in the form of member services.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - I J. Chapter Scholarships

90 20 20 20
Chapter develops or has developed a written Scholarship program with specific guidelines. Chapter selects Scholarship recipient(s) within the Chapter year. Chapter administers their Scholarship program through the ASSE Foundation to ensure proper distribution of funds and to promote the Foundation.

COMRA – 2005 – A

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TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - J K. Long Range Strategic Planning

60 15 15 15 45 15 15 15 15 15 75 20 80 20 30
Chapter provides assistance to National, Regional or Area activity (i.e. chapter member participation in administration of a regional PDC) Chapter supplies, sponsors or hosts activities for a ROC meeting. (plant tour, recreational activity, etc.) Chapter develops a long range strategic plan that is updated annually. Chapter meets current year’s goals in their strategic plan. Chapter exceeds current year’s listed goals.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - K L. Technical Writing

One or more technical articles from Chapter members are submitted to Professional Safety for publication. One or more technical articles from Chapter members are published in Professional Safety. One or more technical articles from Chapter members are submitted for publication in a non-Society safety, health, or environmental publication. One or more technical articles from Chapter members are published in a non-Society safety, health or environmental publication. Each Chapter newsletter contains at least one technical article.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - L M. Innovations TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - M N. National/Regional/Area Activities

Chapter establishes a unique, extraordinary, or innovative program, activity or service to enhance member service (up to 4 at 20 points each)

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - N

III. Professional Development MAXIMUM POSSIBLE POINTS
A. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops
(Note: If a Chapter conducts more than one PDC, They can earn extra points. Example: a 1/2 day and a different 1 day seminar is worth 40 points.)

50 Points 235
20 20 20 20 20 100 15 15 15 15 60 1 1

Guidelines
Chapter provides at least a 1/2 day seminar, conference, or workshop. Chapter provides a full day professional development activity. Chapter provides a multi-day professional development activity. CEUs are offered for any of the above mentioned seminars. Vendors are invited to display/exhibit at a PDC.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – A B. Career Enhancements

Chapter develops a certification, preparatory or review class. Attendance for career enhancement classes is 1% of total Chapter membership or at least 5 members, whichever is lower. Attendance for career enhancement classes is 5% of total Chapter membership or at least 10 members, whichever is lower. Chapter sponsors a career day for local schools.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – B C. Volunteer Participation
(Note: A maximum of 35 points can be earned within this section depending on the members who participate on committees.)

1 point per member for members serving on a Chapter Committee who attend at least 66% of all required meetings. (up to 5 at 1 point each) 1 point per member for members or designated alternates serving on a Regional or Area Operating Committee other than the Chapter President. (up to 5 at 1 point each) 1 point per member for members or designated alternates serving on a National Society Committee (up to 15 at 1 point each) 1 point per member for members or designated alternates serving on a non-Society National Committee. (up to 10 at 1 point each)

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COMRA – 2005 – A

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TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – C D. Common Interest Groups

35 10 10
Chapter forms one or more common interest groups (up to 3 at 10 points each) Groups meet on a routine basis and provide the Chapter Executive Committee with at least a quarterly report.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - D

40

IV. Communications MAXIMUM POSSIBLE POINTS
A. Newsletters

Points 415
15

Guidelines
Chapter publishes a newsletter or notice for every Chapter meeting which includes: a. Meeting announcements b. Arrives at least 7 calendar days before the meeting. c. Accurate spelling, punctuation and grammar, and reasonable lack of typographical errors d. Attractively printed or produced electronically or online (up to 12 at 15 points per newsletter) In addition to the above, plus lists the following: a. Chapter Activities (Executive Committee minutes, future meetings, Executive Committee phone numbers, etc.) b. Membership campaigns, awards and honors, long range plans, governmental affairs activities, external affairs, bylaws. (All of these don’t have to be in every newsletter, but should be in at least once per year.) In addition to the above, plus the following: a. Graphics and pictures, b. Society news such as Society awards and honors, PDC, educational seminars, etc. (All of these do not have to be in every issue, but should be in at least once per year.) In addition to the above, plus the following: a. membership profiles b. membership surveys

Add 15

Add 15

Add 15

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – A B. Marketing/Public Relations

225 15 15 15 15 15 15 90 20
Chapter establishes/maintains a standing Public Relations Committee that meets on at least a quarterly basis. Chapter submits Chapter events to local media. Chapter conducts a Public Relations Campaign. Chapter members speak on behalf of the Chapter to local media outlets at least twice a year. Chapter publicizes its name and/or services on promotional literature (i.e. local advertising media, billboards, etc.) Chapter is recognized by a National organization for service to the public.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - B C. Electronic Media/Chapter Web Site

Chapter creates a Chapter website which includes information on Chapter meetings, Society information and Chapter officers' information, including e-mail addresses. The website must be maintained on a regular basis so that material on the site is never outdated. Chapter website includes electronic versions of Chapter newsletters. Chapter website is hyperlinked to the Society website and ASSE’s Member Only area and at least ten (10) other safety, health or environmental sites. Chapter website contains interactive presentations for member use and orientation. Chapter website contains Chapter Long Range Strategic Plan.

20 20 20 20 100

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS - C

COMRA – 2005 – A

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V. Governmental Affairs MAXIMUM POSSIBLE POINTS

Points 180
20 20 20

Guidelines
Creation/Maintenance of a Chapter Governmental Affairs Committee (GAC) which meets on a regular basis during the Chapter year. In addition to the above, the GAC provides at least quarterly reports to the Chapter Executive Committee. A Chapter member belongs to a National/State legislative affairs committee related to safety, health and environment and attends at least three (3) meetings. Chapter hosts State or National legislative leaders. Chapter develops and distributes promotional material to all members to increase their participation in legislative affairs. The Chapter, either by itself or with another Society unit, sponsors local or state legislation. Legislation must be co-sponsored by a current legislator. Chapter legislation becomes law. Chapter develops a position paper on local / state affairs. Chapter develops a program to introduce/promote the Chapter/Society to legislators.

20 20 20 20 20 20

VI. Inter-Society Affairs MAXIMUM POSSIBLE POINTS

Points 100
20 20 20 20 20

Guidelines
Chapter schedules at least one (1) meeting with another safety, health or environmental organization. Chapter Executive Committee distributes regular reports on inter-society affairs within the Chapter area to membership. Chapter works with another safety, health or environmental organization on legislation. Mutual work on legislation becomes law. Member attendance at combined meeting(s) is equal to or greater than the monthly average of regular Chapter meetings.

VII. ASSE Foundation MAXIMUM POSSIBLE POINTS

Points 90
15 15

Guidelines
Chapter schedules a specific event or activity to benefit the ASSE Foundation (up to 5 at 15 points each) Chapter promotes the ASSE Foundation through other various methods of advertising.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS – Section VII

90

Information Resources
For further information regarding the CSRP, please contact the Chapter Services Department using the following information: Carla R. DeFlorio, CAE Manager, Chapter Services Phone: 847.768.3403 E-mail: cdeflorio@asse.org Jill Burgos Chapter Coordinator Phone: 847.768.3440 E-mail: jburgos@asse.org

COMRA – 2005 – A

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