Accomplishments Report 2017 11 Member Engagement ATSSAwelcomes new members in 2017 ATSSA’s membership base continues to grow with 68 individual newmembers and 50 new member organizations. ATSSA is comprised of approximately 1,400member companies and public agencies, which partner with the association in its goal to move Toward Zero Deaths on the nation’s roadways. The new members of 2017 are listed below. Advanced Electrical Services DBA Brite Traffic Control Advanced Government Services All Access Rigging Co (#282977) All State Traffic Control, Inc. Ash Creek Mfg Inc DBA Sign Up ATG DIRECT Atlantic Paving Co., Inc. Aura Optical Systems, L.P. Beverly, City of Boh Brothers Construction Co., LLC Boulder, City of Brigadier Pipelines Bristol, City of Buena Park, City of BuildXGroup, LLC Bulldog Consulting Inc. Cardno Carrier & Gable, Inc. Civil Construction Co & Environmental Svcs. Clark County Public Works Continental Divide Sales, LLC Cornerstone Construction Material, LLC Costa Mesa, City of CWT Worktools USA Dania Beach, City of (#701134) Del-Mar-Va Flagging Service District Department of Transportation ECM Energy Services (288128) Edmond, City of FAM Construction LLC (#700416) Flagsafe Four Hats, Inc. Frontier Fence & Guardrail Ltd. G P Roadway Solutions Inc. (Grace Pacific) G&M Training & Services, LLC Globosocks LLC Green Choice Design Group Henkels & McCoy Hickman Williams & Company Highway 1 LLC Highway District No. 1 (New Plymouth, City of) IBC, Inc. Interwest Safety Supply LLC Jaflo Tree Service Kansas City Missouri, City of Kansas City, City of - Public Works Kraton Chemical Las Vegas Paving Corporation (#272066) Laura Metaal - Road Safety Lewis-Clark State College Los Angeles County, Department of PublicWorks Louisiana DOT (#93411) MAC Construction & Excavating, Inc. Main Street Signs Maricopa County DOT McCraren Compliance (279673) Millennium Concrete Construction LLC Mohawk Traffic Services, LLC. New Hampshire Department of Transportation New South Access & Environmental Solutions Northern Industrial Training Osburn Associates, Inc. Pavement Stencil Co. Pavement Surface Coatings LLC Pima County DOT Pollution Solution, Inc Prince George County MD DPW&T Quality ConstructionManagement Inc. (#280099) R.E. Cabrera & Associates Resin Chemicals Co., Ltd. Rhino Services LLC Road Safety Services and Design LLC Road Work Ahead Const. Supply Inc. Safe Barriers Pte. Ltd. Safety Technologies, Inc. Safe-Way Barricades, Inc. SA-SO Scott County of - Public Works SHAKA, Inc. SolaRight Wireless Lighting Southern Commercial Development, LLC SouthernMaryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) Stay Safe Traffic Control Steel Crafts Europa SRL a Socio Unico STiM Straub Design Company Striping Service and Supply, Inc. Sun Star Services LLC Sussex Protection Service, LLC Sutter, County of The Sandbag Store T-LOK Traffic Pro LLC Traffic Safety Service LLC. Traffic Safety Technology, LLC Training & Beyond, LLC Tri-State Guardrail & Sign Co. TruckBlox UAT, LLC Underground Construction Universal Safety Concepts Vermont Agency of Transportation W.F. Wilson & Sons Inc. WD Wright Contracting Inc. Workforce Solutions of America LLC Yonkers, City of Monthly “90-Second Update” provides ATSSA members with roadway safety news ATSSA’s 90-SecondUpdates are emailed monthly, mid-month, providing ATSSA members an audio message that’s fast- paced and informative. Members are kept abreast of the top stories in the roadway safety industry andATSSAnews and events. For ATSSA members who prefer to read the 90-SecondUpdates, a text version is also available. ATSSA staff supports 81 chapter meetings and events in 2017 ATSSA now has five people serving as dedicated liaisons toassist its26chapters. The liaisons work with each chapter board to plan and support chapter meetings and events that are held annually. During 2017, chapter liaisons supported 81 chapter meetings and events, which were attended by 1,867 members, including 310 public agency representatives. ATSSA staff visited over 79 member or prospective member organizations in 2017. Updates on MASH standards support ATSSA members ATSSA staff spent innumerable hours advocating for our industry on the imple- mentationofthenewManualforAccessing SafetyHardware (MASH) standards, with a particular focus on restoring self- certification for “Category 1” devices, “sample testing” sign stands, and testing of generic Type III barricades.