This is an Anniversary Event
The 10th Annual Construction Safety Summit
Wayne Thomas Memorial Golf Scramble
Tuesday July 25th 2017, with a 10am tee off, the Construction Safety Summit will be hosting the event of the summer the Wayne Thmas Memorial Golf Scramble. We will be going back to Stone Creek Golf Course in Oregon City. This will the place to be for fun, food, sun, and a great golfing event. We proud to continue the great tradition of bringing together the safety community and hosting this summer event.
The registration page has an option to create a team. This will help you with registration and help day-of-play registration go quicker.
Cost this year is $100.00 per player, this includes greens fees, cart, dinner, and unlimited driving range.
Please register and pay online, there will not be a pay at the course option this year to help speed up the sign in process.
The goal of this event is to support the Wayne Thomas Memorial Education Fund. The Construction Safety Summit (CSS) of Portland, Oregon, is honored to establish this fund in memory of Wayne Thomas. Wayne was a well-known and highly respected Safety Professional in the Northwest and it is through this fund that the CSS intends to recognize and preserve his many career accomplishments. Noteworthy among his contributions was his dedication to the improvement of the safety and health of construction workers throughout the region. Additionally, his commitment as mentor to fellow safety professionals was generous and unwavering. His gracious leadership and solid professionalism touched and inspired the Northwest construction industry, enhancing the worker’s right to go home safe to their loved ones at the end of the day.
The Wayne Thomas Memorial Fund (WTMF) will provide financial aid toward professional development opportunities to eligible fellow safety professionals in the Greater Portland area, seeking to advance their skills in the field of construction safety. In addition, the fund will also be available, on a case by case basis, to advance construction safety for the common good of the CSS and its participants, to include funding of its workshops and other educational opportunities, such as the Governor’s Occupational Safety and Health Conference.