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Membership Categories:

Full Membership - $1,750
Companies that qualify for this level of membership include Spill contractors, emergency environmental response services, site remediation, risk assessment, contingency planning, environmental investigation, transportation related firms, Consultants, Qualified Individuals (QIs), Spill Management Teams (SMTs) and Manufacturers and Distributors of industry related products. This level of membership enjoys full voting rights and may elect representatives to serve on the SCAA board.

Associate Membership - $750
Companies or individuals that qualify for this level of membership include Firms or individuals that have an interest in supporting SCAA as a trade organization, but do not qualify as a full member as outlined above. This level of membership entitles the member to all benefits and privileges of the Association and limited voting rights in the association, but Associate member representatives may not serve on the SCAA board.

International Membership - $750
Companies or individuals that qualify for this level of membership include non-U.S. registered companies who do not have a business operating presence or subsidiary in the U.S. International Members can perform the functions of Full Members or Alternate Members as outlined above. This level of membership entitles the member to all benefits and privileges of the Association with limited voting rights in the association, but International member representatives may not serve on the SCAA board.

Individual Membership - $600
Companies or individuals that qualify for this level of membership include consultants and service providers with fewer than four full time employees. This level of membership entitles the member to all benefits and privileges of the Association and limited voting rights in the association. Individual member representatives may not serve on the SCAA board.

Government/Educational - $250
This level of membership is reserved for individuals working in related government agencies or educational institutions. Related university departments are also eligible for this type of membership. This level of membership does not have voting rights nor may representatives serve on the SCAA board.

*Please note: membership categories and costs are determined by the SCAA Board of Directors and may be reviewed at the Board’s discretion.


Membership Benefits:

SCAA Annual Conference
SCAA's Annual Conference is invaluable to members in search of continuing education, networking opportunities and face-to-face contact with vendors or customers. Educational sessions run the gamut from business management to dealing with industry issues and trends.

Annual Capitol Hill Visit
SCAA members receive a special opportunity to visit Capitol Hill each year as part of this SCAA-sponsored event. SCAA staff and members visit Senate and House members and their staff in a targeted effort to discuss and present SCAA’s top legislative priorities.

Spill Briefs
SCAA's electronic newsletter keeps members in the know about industry events, association business and legal and legislative issues. Available only to members, Spill Briefs is a top rated membership benefit.

SCAA Seminars
SCAA periodically produces seminars addressing areas of interest to its members. Topics range from general business management, sales, networking and new business technology. SCAA members participate at reduced rates.

www.scaa-spill.org
SCAA's website, www.scaa-spill.org, provides 24-hour access to SCAA's resources. Registration information for meetings, seminars, industry resources, and live links to members' web sites are available via the World Wide Web. SCCA's web site also serves as a valuable marketing tool to highlight our member companies. Additional content is available for SCAA members.

Discounted Employee Background Screening by Occuscreen
SSCAA has partnered with Occuscreen, a leading provider of pre-employment background screening. Via this partnership, SCAA members will receive substantially reduced pricing for this vital and necessary hiring component. Occuscreen fully integrates with software from ISNET World, making background screening processes more efficient and cost-effective.

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Why to Join SCAA:

As a member of the Spill Control Association of America (SCAA), you will benefit from the experience of an association that has been serving the needs of the response industry since 1973. You will have access to a forum that is willing to listen to your frustrations and concerns, then take action on your behalf when necessary. You will have the opportunity to participate in SCAA's annual meeting and regional meetings, where you can meet with your colleagues in the industry, and become more familiar with them. Not only is this a good business practice, it also provides you with the opportunity to obtain some new business.

As a member in good standing, your company will be listed in the directory on the SCAA web site at no cost, providing you with both the credibility and presitige associated with being a part of our nationwide organization. This listing will also give your company higher web visibility and recognition, while keeping you informed on industry trends, regulations, and other related news.

You will be kept informed of developments in our profession through SCAA's newsletter ("Spill Briefs"). The newsletter serves as the association's sounding-board, whereby you, as a member, are kept up-to-date on the issues facing other members across the nation and have the opportunity to bring your own issues and concerns to the attention of SCAA's membership. You will also have the opportunity to participate in discussions and/or meetings that may shape the future of our profession. This is particularly true in the case of SCAA's quality partnership for marine safety and environmental protection with the U.S. Coast Guard and Association of Petroleum Industry Co-op Managers ("APICOM").

The strength of an association is its membership, and the strength of an association's membership is diversity. As an industry with a unified voice, we make a difference. We look forward to welcoming you to our group, and working together to the benefit of our profession and our environment.


Member Testimonials:

"My involvement with the Spill Control Association of America (SCAA) has been one of the most enriching experiences of my professional career. By becoming actively involved in the organization, I have had the opportunity over the years to be engaged with leading industry and government experts in our response community. My participation in the Incident Specific Preparedness Review (ISPR) for Deepwater Horizon, participation in the Partnership Action Team (PAT) and subsequent participation in various Coast Guard work groups have all directly evolved out of my SCAA involvement. I have found SCAA to be an excellent entrée into new opportunities and exposure not only for myself, but for my entire organization as well. SCAA has allowed me to not only become involved with the development and shaping of important industry issues, but perhaps most importantly to develop long term relationships and meaningful friendships along the way."

- Brian House, President & CEO, Moran Environmental Recovery, and also past president of SCAA

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