Join the SESHA Community and enjoy the many benefits of our network, including educational opportunities to expand your ESH expertise, gain access to conference proceedings and SESHA Journal Archives, and network with industry professionals.
SESHA is dedicated to communication and education on ESH issues in high technology industries. Since its founding, SESHA has established itself as the premier international organization promoting the effective communication of safety, health and environmental information to the high technology and associated industries.
SESHA’s annual Symposium is the perfect opportunity to network with top industry professionals, discuss cutting edge high technology ESH topics, learn about approaches to ESH challenges and emerging ESH technologies, and foster collaboration with others within the SESHA community.
SESHA local chapter activities help you stay up-to-date on developing regional regulatory compliance and environmental, health and safety challenges, and network with other ESH professionals in your region.
SESHA’s Career Center gives you access to ESH job listings in the high technology and associated industries
SESHA Webinars are presentations on topics of importance to the ESH professional in the high technology and associated industries. Webinars are held the second Wednesday of every month at 4:00 pm EST.
Earn certification education units at SESHA’s annual Symposium, Local Chapter Mini-Conferences, and webinars
Get access to archives of decades worth of historical presentations and technical papers from past SESHA symposiums, regional meetings, and Journals.
Join the discussion online at SESHA’s LinkedIn Group
Network with other ESH professionals in the high technology and associated industries at our annual Symposium and Local Chapter events
Access the SESHA Membership Directory (Must join the SESHA Community)
SESHA is always looking for volunteers to serve on committees or support SESHA in other roles: Symposium Planning Committee, Local Chapter Leadership or Meeting planning, or write for the SESHA Blog.