Facts & Questions About NAEM
Q: What's the difference between individual and corporate membership?
A: Individual members are those in-house EHS&S leaders who choose to join NAEM on their own to advance their professional goals. This class of membership does not involve participation in the Corporate Benchmarking program, nor a role in NAEM's governance structure. Corporate membership in NAEM, on the other hand, carries these benefits for every person in the company's EHS&S department. Learn more about the benefits of NAEM membership.
Q: If I am an individual member, do my coworkers receive a member discount on programs?
A: No, the discounts just apply to the member. If you have multiple people who are interested in NAEM's offerings, you may want to consider a corporate membership, which covers everyone in your EHS&S department.
Q: Can individual consultants join NAEM?
A: NAEM recognizes that consultants and service providers are valued partners to our members, so we offer an opportunity for that engagement via our Affiliates Council. This class of membership is only available at an enterprise-wide level, however. Individual consultants are not permitted to join on their own.
In order to become part of NAEM's Affiliates Council, which is our preferred vendor list, you must fill out an application, attend at least two of NAEM's conferences and receive recommendations from a few of our members or your clients. Please email Briana@naem.org for an application and more details.
Q: Is my company a member of NAEM?
A: Check our corporate member page or email email@example.com.
Q: Do you have to be an NAEM member to speak at an event?
A: No, we are always looking for new perspectives and insights to share with our community. Please share your story. Email Sonora@naem.org to inquire about speaking opportunities.