Guidance for ASPE Members During These Uncertain Times
The American Society of Plumbing Engineers is dedicated to protecting the health, welfare, and safety of the public—and that starts with our members. We want to help you stay safe and also productive wherever and however you are conducting business these days, so we have developed this proactive guidance webpage with resources to help address many of the needs and concerns of our members.
We want to assure you that the ASPE Staff and Board of Directors are taking all precautions to help stop the spread of this disease, including implementing a work-from-home policy for our Staff and suspending all Society-related travel until it is deemed safe again.
As a Staff, we also are taking steps to minimize any impacts on our operations as we strive to maintain all member services during this period as best as possible. The best way to communicate with Staff is via email. Should you need to phone, please leave a voicemail and our Staff will follow up as soon as possible. Additionally, for members needing to renew their membership, or if you know someone wanting to join ASPE, please do so online at aspe.org/membership-global-community/join.
Getting Design Help from Home
With work-from-home policies, many of us no longer have the luxury of shouting over the cubicle wall to our co-workers whenever we get stuck on a design. Do not despair! At ASPE Connect you can find 3,000+ experts who are waiting to help you out! Do NOT fail to take advantage of this easy and convenient tool for almost instantaneous advice, answers, commiseration, and networking. Social distancing doesn't mean you still can't connect!
Premise Plumbing Guidance
If you are an ASPE Chapter Officer and have questions about the Society's policies, please contact your Region Director or another member of the Board of Directors.
If you have questions about ASPE education, membership, or other Society operations, please contact the appropriate member of the ASPE Staff.