Mid-Cumberland Regional Safety Council
The Mid-Cumberland Regional Safety Council is a community based service organization comprised of industry professionals providing focused outreach on occupational safety and health, behavioral and environmental concerns. Using the most current information, products, services and training to implement best practices impacting manufacturing, education, medical, construction, public safety and utility industries.
Full Council Meeting
Tuesday, March 17, 9-10:30 a.m.
Gateway Medical Center, Liberty Room
Guest Speaker: Larry Vannozzi, Meteorologist-in-Charge
National Weather Service, Nashville
RSVP to Linda Stolz
931-221-7175 of firstname.lastname@example.org
Larry Vannozzi is the Meteorologist-in-Charge of the National Weather Service's office in Nashville, Tennessee. His office issues forecasts, watches, and warnings for 38 counties across Middle Tennessee. They employ 23 people including forecasters and support staff.
Prior to joining the Nashville office in 2004, he supervised the NWS office in Lubbock, Texas during 2002 and 2003. Larry has 25 years with the NWS, including work in Houston, Albuquerque and the NWS's Southern Region Headquarters in Fort Worth, TX.
Larry earned his Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology from Penn State University and a Master of Science degree in Management at Texas Tech University.
Austin Peay's role will be to partner with the council in things such as training, research and planning assistance, best practices and the resources to convene the group.
If you are interested in participating in the Safety Council, please contact the Center for Extended and Distance Education at (931) 221-7175 or email email@example.com