State of the Association, Economy & Industry
ISEA’s Month of Excellence will continue with a focus on association and industry business. ISEA leadership will offer members a look at where the association has come in the last year and plans for the rest of 2021 and beyond. Industry leaders will discuss how the safety equipment industry impacts the US economy and workplace, and the association’s favorite economist will let us know what we can expect from the global economy going forward.
1:00 pm | Keynote – Bernie Baumohl
The Global Economy Today and What it Means for PPE
Last year Bernie told us what to expect around the world as COVID continued. This year, our favorite economist at The Economic Outlook Group will report back on the permanent effects of the global pandemic, additional changes we’ll see, and how the safety equipment industry can be prepared as the global economy recovers.
2:00 pm | Association & Industry Update
Craig Wallentine, ISEA Chair and DuPont Safety & Construction (ret.)
Hear from ISEA Leadership on the state of the industry and your trade association.
2:30 pm | Industry Leadership Development
Rodney Taylor, Director of Sales @ Watson Gloves & Chair of ISEA’s Leadership Committee
Learn about ISEA’s Leadership Development efforts, aimed at identifying leaders in the industry with comprehensive training opportunities for product group leaders, With proper training on the how ISEA works to support the safety equipment industry, we can establish a pipeline for future association and industry leaders.
3:10 pm | OPEN/BREAK
3:10 pm | Safety & Economic Impact of PPE
John Dunham @ Dunham & Associates
Ned Hickock, ISEA Board Member & President @ OccuNomix International
Charles Johnson, ISEA President & CEO
ISEA commissioned a detailed study to estimate economic contributions made by the safety equipment industry to the US economy, as well as a look who and how many workers are protected by safety equipment. The results are IN. Tune in to get some top-level data and learn how to use the new online tool.