During NAHAD’s Annual Convention last month, leadership unveiled a completely redesigned committee structure for NAHAD. The goal in doing so was to accomplish four key elements: create value, engage membership, offer opportunities for future leadership, and address industry needs. As a result, we are pleased to report that five new committees have been formed: Hose Safety Institute, Education, Membership, Industry Insights, and Technology – all designed to accomplish these key objectives and move the association forward.
Please take a moment to learn about each committee’s new vision and objectives here
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As a NAHAD member, your company gains access to resources and training made for improving hose quality and increasing profitability
With decades of hose industry experience, NAHAD’s Hose Safety Institute has set the standard for comprehensive guidelines and training.
In today’s complex, ever-changing environment, leaders are learning that the very nature of leadership is rapidly being redefined by the social, technological, and demographic forces creating new customer and employee expectations. Leaders must look beyond solely managing performance and productivity to focus on purpose and impact in this modern world.
The war for talent is escalating. Some organizations are ill-prepared to handle the challenges of an increasingly complex labor market, shackled by the “we’ve always done it this way” mentality. Others are thriving, armed with analytical insights and surrounded by allies, allowing them to snap up highly performing “impact players” and supercharge their growth.
Proper safety procedures and training is something any company must embrace.
Hose safety benefits your company’s quality and bottom line. More importantly, it ensures that your customers’ employees arrive home safely to their loved ones at the end of every day. That is invaluable.
"The Hose Safety Institute has been the ideal environment for our Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) project, Matching Acquisition Strategies to Industrial Capabilities (MASIC), to interact effectively with the hose and accessories industry. It allows us to understand better what deters the industrial hose/fittings community from bidding on Government solicitations and what steps might be taken to improve industry response. NAHAD and the Institute have set the bar very high for future DLA-Industry relationship development. We couldn’t ask for more open and interested collaboration."