Press Release: Inyo Board of Supervisors Joined Tuesday January 17, 2023 in Congratulating Two County Departments for Making Significant Safety Improvements During 2022.

Inyo County Safety Coordinator Tehauna Tiffany (far left) presents Road Superintendent Shannon Platt with a 2022 Most Improved in Safety Award, as Heavy Equipment Mechanic Carlos Sualez, Public Works Director Mike Errante, and Risk Manager Aaron Holmberg (l-r) look on.

Inyo County Safety Coordinator Tehauna Tiffany (far right) presents Animal
Services Supervisor Julie Richardson with a 2022 Most Improved in Safety Award, as Lt. Tim Bachman and Risk Manager Aaron Holmberg (far left) look on.

Members of the Inyo Board of Supervisors joined Tuesday in congratulating two County departments for making significant safety improvements during 2022.

Risk Manager Aaron Holmberg and new Safety Coordinator Tehauna Tiffany presented Risk Management’s annual “Most Improved in Safety” awards to the Inyo County Road Department and Animal Services. The former was recognized for its efforts at the Bishop Road Yard, and the latter for its work at the Inyo County Animal Shelter in Big Pine.

“Continuous improvement is the hallmark of a successful safety program,” Holmberg wrote in a report to the Board. “The annual safety award strives to acknowledge continuous improvement in employee and facility safety, and to encourage such improvements throughout all county locations.”

The 2020 award went to HHS Aging and Social Services for improvements at Statham Hall in Lone Pine and the 2021 award went to Eastern California Museum.


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