The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) is located in Arizona and was established as a 501 (C) (3) non-profit and charitable organization dedicated to providing safety, health and environmental educational services.
IASHEP has established a reputation for providing honesty and integrity to our association members, students , faculty member and clients.
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) members include state and federal agencies, municipal and county governments, private industries, construction industries, public school systems and university campuses, law enforcement agencies, emergency medical services, fire departments, public works departments, utility companies, and public health agencies.
IASHEP is committed to helping its members and the public prevent unintentional injuries and deaths by providing knowledge and resources to our members that enable them to reduce risks, engage employees, measure progress and continuously improve their safety management systems.
This mission is achieved by conducting instructor-led classroom, onsite and online training courses; authorizing affiliate International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) training centers located worldwide and our signature certified educational courses can be conducted anywhere in the world.
For more information about our Association, please spend some time visiting our website and see what we have to offer our members.
IASHEP Board of Directors may serve up to four, three-year terms. Directors volunteer their time and serve without pay. They assist with evaluation of applicant qualifications, governance, liaison with other organizations, and many other important activities.
IASHEP Company Officers & Retired Founding Member
Mr. John F. Podojil (CEHSP, CSHET, CHMM, CHCM) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the first of the four original founding members and developers of IASHEP and holds a lifetime role as Chief Executive Officer and is an official officer in IASHEP.
Peggy Sue Podojil Retired) - Board of Directors is the second person of the four original founding members and developers of IASHEP. Mrs. Podojil retired from IASHEP Board of Directors in 2020 but still holds the title of President and is an official officer of IASHEP. Mrs. Podojil holds a lifetime membership in IASHEP.
Mrs. Karen Schomburg (CEHSP, CSHET, IASHEP-CI) - Vice President is the third person of the original four founding members. Mrs. Schomburg retired from IASHEP Board of Directors in 2022 but still holds the title of Vice-President and is an official officer of IASHEP. Mrs. Schomburg holds a lifetime membership in IASHEP.
Mr. Raymond (Ray) Enama (CEHSP, CSHET, CESS) Member (Retired) - Board of Directors is the fourth person of the original founding members and developers of IASHEP. Mr. Enama retired from IASHEP and the Board of Directors in 2014. Mr. Enama holds a lifetime membership in IASHEP.
IASHEP EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Mr. John F. Podojil (CEHSP, CSHET, CHMM, CHCM) IASHEP - Chief Executive Officer (CEO) email@example.com
Mrs. Peggy Sue Podojil (CEHSP, CSHET) President
Mrs. Karen Schomburg (CEHSP, CSHET, IASHEP-CI) - Vice President firstname.lastname@example.org
IASHEP BOARD MEMBERS
Mr. Kippy Lewis (CEHSP, CSHET, IASHEP-CI) Chairperson IASHEP Board of Directors
Mr. Alex Rivera (CEHSP, CSHET, IASHEP-CI) - Vice Chairperson IASHEP Member Board of Directors
Mr. Derek Sang (CEHSP) - Ethics Director - IASHEP Member Board of Director
Mrs. Diane Hale (CEHSP, CSHET) - Director Recertification - IASHEP Member Board of Directors
Mr. JR Imes (CEHSP, CSHET) - Director - IASHEP Director of Communication - IASHEP Member Board of Directors
Mr. Glenn Hale (CEHSP, CSHET) - Director of Civil Engineering IASHEP Member Board of Directors
Orlando (Orly) Pernites (CEHSP, CSHET, IASHEP-CI) Director of Middle East Region
Joe Olson Asst. (CEHSP, CSHET) Director of Advisor Committees - IASHEP Member Board of Directors
Mr. Jeffrey A. Sadler (CEHSP, CSHET) - Director of Construction Activities - IASHEP Member Board of Directors
Director of Membership Awards - All IASHEP Board of Directors Responsibilities
Unauthorized Use of Credentials Policy
This Policy prohibits unauthorized use of designations, certifications, or marks issued by the International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP).
Scope: IASHEP has the authority and obligation to make public the names of individuals who IASHEP authorizes to use the credentials titles it awards. IASHEP publishes these names which is publicly available on the IASHEP website.
Past Board Members or Members
SeaRay Beltran --- Director South Pacific Region - Former IASHEP member and Board of Director member --- Notice: Mr. SeaRay Beltran as of February 11, 2023, Mr. SeaRay Beltran and all of his companies have agreed to separate themselves from the IASHEP Board of Directors and he has agreed to forfeit his membership and his professional certifications. IASHEP has agreed to remove Mr. Beltran from the Board of Directors and Mr. Beltran no longer has the right to use IASHEP name, any of its courses, advertising materials, logos, or issue any statements etc. as of 2/13/ 2023.
Mr. Samuel Wilson - Director --- Guyana, Tobago, South America Region -- Former IASHEP member and Board of Director member --- Notice: Mr. Samuel Wilson as of October 26, 2022, Mr. Wilson and all of his companies have agreed to separate themselves from the IASHEP Board of Directors and he has agreed to forfeit his membership and his professional certifications. IASHEP has agreed to remove Mr. Wilson from the Board of Directors and Mr. Wilson no longer has the right to use IASHEP name, any of its courses, advertising materials, logos, or issue any statements etc. as of
2/13/ 2023. Mr. Wilson continues to use these professional credentials in violation with the IASHEP agreement to not use our professional credentials and he can be found on LinkedIn.
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The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation (named after the path Stephen took on foot to help) honors those who put their lives on the line to protect our country. This takes the form of several programs, including building Smart Homes for veterans that have been severely injured.
The International Assoc. of Safety Health Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) is a supporter of the foundation.
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The International Association of Safety Health & Environmental Professionals (IASHEP) is not a government agency and is not affiliated with the U.S. Department of Labor or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.