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Michael G. Conners, administrator of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Chicago regional office, has been named the agency's new deputy assistant secretary. He will assume his new duties on January 17.
As deputy assistant secretary, Conners will direct and coordinate the activities of OSHA's regional and area offices. He will also be responsible for OSHA's directorates of federal and state operations, compliance programs and construction.
Assistant Secretary of Labor, Joseph A. Dear called Conners, "an excellent addition to his national office staff."
"Mike brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the deputy assistant secretary position," he said. "He was a pivotal player on our aea office redesign team and will provide a key role in implementing the agency's reinvention efforts in the field. He is also known as a strong enforcer of workplace safety and health issues."
Before beginning work in OSHA's Cincinnati area office, Conners worked as an industrial hygienist for the State of Ohio. He assumed duties as assistant regional administrator for technical support in the Chicago regional office in November 1980. In April 1982, he was named that region's deputy regional administrator, a position he held until assuming regional administrator duties in April 1988. He and his wife, Susan Salem, have one daughter. Conners has a bachelor of arts degree in zoology from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and a master of science degree in environmental health from the University of Cincinnati.
Conners replaces James W. Stanley, who is leaving OSHA to work in the private industry.
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