Rob Bray, CPEA has been elected to serve a second term as the President of The Auditing Roundtable, the leading professional association of EHS auditors. The term expires September 2010.
“I am grateful to the Board of Directors and the membership for giving me the opportunity of continuing the discussions and initiatives for the organization that I planted as last year’s President,” Bray said. “As with many other organizations, The Roundtable is facing several challenges that are reflective of the times. The Board – along with direct input from the general membership – is looking at options for managing through these challenges. And I am happy to be able to assist.”
The Auditing Roundtable, founded in 1982, is a professional organization dedicated to the development and professional practice of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) auditing. Today, the Roundtable represents the voice of the profession with more than 800 members, all of whom have agreed to abide by the Roundtable’s Code of Ethics. Its mission is to enhance the practice of EHS auditing by creating a national forum and organization to advance ideas, procedures and member interaction.