Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA

MACOSH Membership

The composition of MACOSH is as follows:

  • Four members represent management;
  • Four members represent labor;
  • Three members represent the occupational safety and health professions; and
  • Four members represent government, one of which must be from a state safety and health agency, and one must be designated by the Secretary of the Health and Human Services.

Members serve two-year terms. At the discretion of the Secretary, members may be appointed to successive terms, or may be removed and replaced at any time.

MACOSH Membership (2019 - 2021)

Government Interests

Matthew Layman

U.S. Coast Guard
(USCG)

James Rone

Washington State
Department of Labor
and Industries
Division of
Occupational Safety
and Health

Alice Shumate

National Institute for
Occupational
Safety and Health

Regina Farr

U.S. Department of
Transportation
Maritime
Administration

Worker Interests

Robert Fiore

International
Longshoremen's
Association

Michael Podue

International
Longshore and
Warehouse Union;
Local 63

James Reid

International
Association of
Machinists
and Aerospace
Workers

Robert Godinez

International
Brotherhood of
Boilermakers - Iron
Shipbuilders

Employer Interests

David Turner

VP SSE
NYK Ports

Donald V. Raffo

Electric Boat
Corporation

William Crow

Virginia Ship Repair
Association

Jeremy Riddle

BalTerm, LLC - South
Locust Point Marine
Terminal

Professional Organization Interests

Gunther Hoock

National Safety Council

Amy Sly Liu

Marine Chemist Association

Lawrence Russell

National Fire Protection
Association

Special Agency Liaison

Julia Hearthway, Director, OWCP

Department of Labor Special Agency Liaison (SAL) for MACOSH

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