February 21, 2018 - Arizona Risk Management & Safety Association (ARMSA) welcomes the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association (SAHBA) to the Association Partnership Program!
Founded in 1952, the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association's founders sought a strong, unified voice at the city, county and state level. They envisioned a pro-active industry organization that served the community as well.
SAHBA advocates for public policies and develops activities and services that advance the home building industry.
SAHBA is a member of the National Association of Home Builders. SAHBA also represents the industry and members in the Pima County area including the City of Tucson, Town of Marana, Town of Oro Valley, and Town of Sahuarita. SAHBA also serves additional counties as well as Cochise and Santa Cruz Counties. SAHBA advocates for member interests at the State and Federal levels.
New home construction is one of the key driving forces to the area's economic well-being. SAHBA is the voice of the industry dealing with critical issues like sufficient water supplies, environmental regulations, government impact fees, taxation, public funding support for transportation and other basic services impacting positive growth.
The Association Partnership Program is beneficial to not only the Associations within our state to support them with additional resources for safety training and discounts on consultation services, but also beneficial to their members with access to a discounted workers' compensation and risk management program.
As safety conscious groups, we see the value in coming together for the benefit of our members, for business owners all over the state, and the organizations that support them. Safety and risk management is truly a community effort and we are excited to work together to promote a safer work environment.
For more information about Southern Arizona Home Builders Association and the value they offer to their members, visit their website at www.sahba.org.
To request information about ARMSA's Association Partnership Program, contact Carly Baez, Director of Safety and Member Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.