BSI partnership offers SESHA members unparalleled industry knowledge and expertise

April 4, 2022

Scottsdale, Az - The Consulting Services arm of BSI, the global business improvement and standards company, today announced a strategic partnership with the Semiconductor Environmental Safety and Health Association (SESHA), an international organization with more than 350 member companies in high-tech and associated industries.

BSI’s collaboration provides discounts for SESHA members on BSI training and other services, access to special BSI industry insights and reports, the opportunity for co-conducted research between the organizations and exclusive webinars, roundtables and conference sessions with BSI’s experts in supply chain, sustainability, security, employee health and well-being, and more.

“Partnering with SESHA to mutually promote both of our organizations’ missions and purposes is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg,” said Steve Trammell, BSI Principal Consultant and the newly elected SESHA President. “Our goal is to help the association to better serve their members and to provide essential knowledge and support to help organizations be prepared to tackle the issues affecting business and their people, today and in the future.”

As a global leader in industry-critical training, research and thought-leadership, BSI offers over 120 years of experience, historic accomplishments and the contribution to the betterment of society, from its beginnings in standardizing tram rails in the early 20th century in London to authoring some of the most commonly used business management standards around the world today, BSI helps organizations to be future-ready.

“SESHA is fortunate to have many strong corporate partners and this new collaboration with BSI is taking things to a new level,” said Matt Wyman, president of SESHA and CEO and CTO of KFPI, LLC. “Our members will benefit from new education and research opportunities.”

The partnership is effective immediately and SESHA members will begin receiving more information on how to access the BSI-specific benefits and content in the coming weeks.