- Aug. 16, 2012 - DOYLESTOWN, Pa. --
DALLAS (August 16, 2012) – Holman Boiler Works, Inc. (Holman), one of the nation’s largest full-service boiler solutions providers, announced today that Randall Cox was named Safety Director for the organization. Cox brings more than 25 years of safety management experience to the position. He will oversee safe work policies, practices, and procedures as well as ensure compliance for safety, health, and environmental regulations. As Safety Director, Cox will be responsible for Holman’s Safety Program, a company-wide priority to build a Zero-Injury Culture and implement world-class safety practices. He will report directly to John Marrinucci, President & CEO of Holman.
Prior to joining Holman, Cox was the Safety Manager for Regency Gas/Energy Transfer in Louisiana and Arkansas. He has experience in contract site safety for electric utility power plant outages and boiler re-construction. He worked in safety management at TXU Corporation for over 25 years where he was responsible for interpretation and application of governmental regulations from OSHA, NIOSH, ANSI, and MSHA relating to electric / gas distribution and transmission, power plants and mining.
“Safety is our most fundamental commitment at Holman,” said Marrinucci. “Randall brings a level of experience and leadership in creating a safe environment for employees to work that enhances our commitment to safety not only at our facilities but our customers’ facilities as well.”
ABOUT HOLMAN BOILER WORKS
Holman Boiler Works, Inc. is one of the most innovative and fastest growing boiler services companies in the United States. As a single-source supplier for more than 65 years, Holman is the leader in designing and delivering a full range of integrated boiler solutions for commercial and industrial markets. Holman’
s unique go-to-market strategy combines the strength of local sales and 24/7/365 service support through its 13 regional offices and 300 employees with company-wide best practices in design, engineering, project management, fabrication and field installation. Based in Dallas, Holman has thousands of customers worldwide in steam-intensive markets, including food processing, refinery, petrochemical, utility, gas processing, energy, packaging, environmental, healthcare, education and government. Visit the company Web site at www.holmanboiler.com for more information.