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Left to Right: Patrick Howey; Executive Director, National Association of Tower Erectors; Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., then-Assistant Secretary, Occupational Safety and Health Administration; Don Doty, Chairman, National Association of Tower Erectors

Left to Right: Patrick Howey; Executive Director, National Association of Tower Erectors; Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., then-Assistant Secretary, Occupational Safety and Health Administration; Don Doty, Chairman, National Association of Tower Erectors

Group photo at the OSHA and National Association of Tower Erectors Partnership signing

Front Row: Left to Right: Patrick Howey, Executive Director, National Association of Tower Erectors; Edwin G. Foulke, Jr., then-Assistant Secretary, Occupational Safety and Health Administration; and Don Doty, Chairman, National Association of Tower Erectors

Second Row: Left to Right: Julie Evans, Cooperative Programs Manager, OSHA Region 5; Cathy Oliver, Program Director, Office of Partnerships and Recognition, OSHA; Jim Coleman, Board Member, National Association of Tower Erectors; Michael Connors, Regional Administrator, Region 5; Pat Cipov, Vice Chairman, National Association of Tower Erectors; and Terry Sharp, Secretary/Treasurer, National Association of Tower Erectors

Back Row: Left to Right: Dave Anthony, Board Member, National Association of Tower Erectors; Jim Goldwater, Washington Representative, National Association of Tower Erectors; Noah Connell, Directorate of Construction, OSHA; Rob Medlock, OSHA Area Director, Cleveland Area Office; Paula White, Director, Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs (Former), OSHA; Willie Gathright, Sr., Board Member, National Association of Tower Erectors; Michael Buchet, Directorate of Construction (Former), OSHA; and John S. Hanna, Jr. Board Member, National Association of Tower Erectors.

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