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Arizona Utilities Supervisors Association, Inc. (AUSA)

The Arizona Utilities Supervisor's Association was formed to promote positive relationships among member utilities throughout the State of Arizona and neighboring states. AUSA provides a forum for member company front line Supervisors along with safety experts to share problems and solutions to everyday situations.Over time, our membership has expanded to include line personnel and production people from all aspects of the utility industry to share safety concerns and successes.

AUSA uses a combination of guest speakers on a broad range of topics to inform members of new or ongoing developments within the industry. We utilize member expertise on topics to share knowledge and improve safety awareness.

As a rule our member companies can all operate in good conditions and nice weather. We are looking for new tools, products, clothing, and equipment to make the tough projects safer and more efficient. We ask our members to come with the intention of looking for solutions to specific problems. We encourage an exchange of ideas on common problems related to equipment, tools, material and changing regulations.

We ask vendors to find solutions to problems facing member companies in common tasks and unique situations. The vendors are focused on remote, limited access sites or difficult conditions with their displays.

We endeavor to keep our members informed of innovative industry technology and fast-breaking changes within our unique markets. We share a dedication to quality in our individual companies and bring this same dedication to this organization. The AUSA organization links all levels of supervision into one harmonious group in order to support each member company in the challenges we all face in the utility industry.

The AUSA organization is composed of a Board of Directors which consists of a President, Vice President, Secretary and a Treasurer. A vendor show and conference is held twice each year in the Spring and Fall in the greater Phoenix, Arizona area.

 

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