What does AlaSHE provide its members?
Regularly scheduled educational meetings on such topics as engineering management, energy conservation, preventive maintenance, managing your medical equipment program, electrical safety, fire safety and codes and standard updates. The Society conducts semi-annual statewide conferences to present information on current issues from the experts and to exchange ideas with Society members from across the state. This also is an opportunity for AlaSHE families to meet one another and enjoy social events together.
Directory of membership: The official roster of all members, officers, committees and sponsors.
Who is eligible for AlaSHE membership?
Individuals eligible for membership in the Society shall be actively employed in the field of Healthcare Engineering, Biomedical Electronics, Facilities Compliance, Environmental Services, Construction, Utilities & Energy Management and/or Safety and Security as a regular employee in a health care facility as defined in the Eligibility requirements.
Membership in the Society shall become effective upon submission of a completed application form, approval by the Board of Directors of the Society and receipt by the Secretary of the specified dues. Should an application not be approved by the board, the dues will be refunded. Membership in the Society shall not be restricted by state boundaries.
“Active” members of AlaSHE are those professionals who are interested in personal development and professional advancement and who engage in one or more of the following healthcare management responsibilities:
- Plant Operations
- Plant Engineering
- Safety Management
- Security Management
- Biomedical Engineering
Types of Memberships
Active Membership (Voting)
Active membership in the Society shall be actively employed in the field of Healthcare Engineering, Biomedical Electronics, Facilities Compliance, Environmental Services, Construction, Utilities & Energy Management and/or Safety and Security as a regular employee in a health care facility as defined in the Eligibility requirements.
Active members shall receive all Society mailings, may hold office, vote on issues and participate after registration in all Society meetings and any other rights and privileges as adopted by the Board of Directors and the Society.
Associate Members (Non-Voting)
Associate membership in the Society shall be available to individuals directly related to healthcare services (for example, member of a Professional Service Organization, a vendor, manufacturer, distributor, etc.). Membership benefits are limited to the receipt of Society publications and participation in the spring and annual meetings on a non-solicitory basis, following standard meeting registration. A non solicitory basis is defined as being limited to attending educational sessions & meeting functions for educational purposes only. Associate membership shall be limited to not more than four (4 paid memberships) per any one (1) company or Professional Service Organization. Associate members may not vote or hold office.