Join the Safety and Health Historical Society
SHHS offers a variety of ways for participating. One way is to join SHHS to contribute to its success. All who join receive the quarterly journal of SHHS, The Archives of Safety and Health. In addition, the annual fees are tax deductible, since SHHS is a charitable and educational organization. Participation is annual. Another way to participate with SHHS is to become an author of an article for the SHHS journal.
There are three main ways to join:
- As an individual,
- As a library wishing to subscribe to The Archives of Safety and Health,
- As one of several categories of organizations.
Individuals are individual persons interested in the history of safety and health. With participation, an individual receives the quarterly journal and contributes to SHHS success. SHHS denotes participating individuals as patrons.
Libraries are public, academic, company or other official libraries that wish to receive the quarterly journal. SHHS denotes participating libraries as subscribers. Libraries must identify a contact person associated with its subscription.
Organizations include professional societies and trade associations. SHHS denotes these organizations as contributors. Organizations must identify a contact person with whom SHHS can work to develop and post on the SHHS web site historical information about the
organization. SHHS will list participating Organizations on its web site.
Organization – Chapter. These are official chapters of professional societies or trade associations. SHHS denotes them as contributors and lists their participation on the SHHS web site.
Companies are privately held or publicly traded manufacturers, suppliers, publishers and other businesses associated with safety and health. SHHS denotes them as contributors also and will list their participation on the SHHS web site. SHHS will work with companies on their historical roles with safety and health. SHHS requires a company to a) officially notify SHHS of their participation and b) provide a point of contact to develop and post such historical contributions for the SHHS web site.
Government Agencies are official units of government at the federal, state and local level with official responsibilities for some aspect of safety and health. SHHS also denotes their participation as contributors. Participation must be authorized by the head of the agency through a letter to SHHS. SHHS will list the agency on its web site. The letter must appoint a contact person within the agency who can work with SHHS to develop and post on the SHHS web site historical contributions to safety and health by the agency.
Education Institutions are higher education schools offering accredited degrees at the associate, bachelors or graduate level in areas of practice in safety and health. SHHS denotes these schools as contributors. Participation must be identified to SHHS by the head of such degrees programs and assign a contact person for SHHS. SHHS will verify the program accreditation and list the school’s accredited degrees on its web site.
Select the category of participation with the Safety and Health Historical Society. Then complete the application form and submit the required fee and any additional information if required.