Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

Cal/OSHA Comings and Goings

Oakland, California – The Division of Occupational Safety and Health announces the following personnel moves. Mary Allen of the Oakland Legal Unit; OSHA Information System coordinators Karen Crank and Aida Santos; and Eugene Murphy of the Oakland High Hazard office have retired. The following people have been promoted: Irish Caraig, management services technician; Larry Davenport, Assistant Safety Engineer in American Canyon; Stanley Henry, associate safety engineer in Fremont; and Keneshia Wills, staff services analyst in the Oakland headquarters. New hires include: Andrew Adams, associate safety engineer in the Oakland Pressure Vessel Unit; Lizet Andrade, legal secretary in the Los Angeles Legal Unit; Kwai Ching Doris Chan, office assistant at the Calico Lab in San Leandro; Marvin Dayrit, management services technician in the Elevator Unit; Yeng Her, office assistant in Fremont; Carissa McMillin, management services technician at the Labor Employment Task Force; and Briana Martinez, office technician in the Elevator Unit. Source: Cal-OSHA Reporter


Bolduc Named Director of Maine Bureau of Labor Standards

Augusta, Maine – The Maine Department of Labor has hired Daniel Bolduc as director of the Bureau of Labor Standards. He replaces Pamela Megathlin, who left the department in 2017 for a new opportunity. Bolduc joins the department with more than 30 years of work in the private sector as both an insurance agent and the owner and operator of his own insurance firm. He is a graduate of Harvard University and a former Olympic athlete and professional hockey player in the National Hockey League with the Detroit Red Wings. Source: Mainebiz

 


Texas: Students Receive OSHA Certificate

Port Lavaca, Texas – Eighteen Calhoun High School students recently completed an industry-recognized OSHA General Industry/Healthcare Concentration certification. These students, enrolled in the health science theory and clinical course, spent a portion of their week in the classroom and another portion shadowing various healthcare workers in local medical facilities throughout the school year. Students recognized are: Jamie Gonzales, Avery Grimaldo, Jazmin Magana, Dahlia Ortiz, Cailyn Padilla, Karis Rendon, Joseph Salas, Annalia Valdez, Corrine Villegas, Alexis Carreon, Idalia Cruz, Zachary Gonzales, Rocky Hernandez, Delwe Htoo, Colt Massey, Present May, Macy Medlin and Corbin Rivera. The clinical rotation classes are taught by Darla Dullye, RN and Darcie Henke, RT(R)(M). Source: Port Lavaca Wave


Montana: Yellowstone County’s Emergency Services Director Headed to Texas

Billings, Montana – Brad Shoemaker, Yellowstone County’s fire warden and emergency services director for the last two years, has accepted a job as a U.S. Air Force wildfire program analyst in San Antonio. He will begin his new duties August 1, technically working for Colorado State University’s Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands. He will be part of the team establishing the Air Force Wildland Fire Branch, which will manage wildfire and prescribed burns on Air Force-owned lands, including bases, around the country. Tim Miller, the county’s road and bridge and public works director, and Sheriff’s Lt. Kent O’Donnell will fill in for Shoemaker until commissioners name a permanent replacement. Source: Billings Gazette