Date: August 28, 2008
Judson L. Kenoyer, CHP, CIH, named President-Elect of the Baltimore-Washington Chapter of the Health Physics Society. Kenoyer is a member of the company’s Fairfax, Va., office, located near Washington, DC.
As President-Elect, he will be responsible for planning, scheduling, and organizing technical meetings throughout the year, as well as integrating into the current Board structure. He also will continue his current role as Chair of the Chapter’s First Responders Volunteer Assistance Effort, under which more than 20 Chapter volunteers are providing training to local area first responders. Kenoyer will become President of the Chapter in June 2009.
Kenoyer has worked in the Health Physics and Industrial Hygiene fields for 33 years and has provided management, technical leadership, and assistance in several related areas at Dade Moeller & Associates. His experience emphasizes line, project and program management, operational health physics and industrial hygiene, radiation protection instrumentation calibration and performance testing, occupational safety, generation and characterization of complex pollutant atmospheres, inhalation toxicological studies, and emergency preparedness. He is certified by both the American Board of Health Physics and the American Board of Industrial Hygiene and is one of three Dade Moeller & Associates employees to have dual certification.
Headquartered in Richland, Dade Moeller & Associates (www.moellerinc.com) is a nationally recognized professional consulting firm that specializes in radiological and nuclear safety, occupational safety and health, public and environmental health protection, and technical and site services. The company employs more Certified Health Physicists than any other private company in the United States – as well as Certified Industrial Hygienists and Certified Safety Professionals. Dade Moeller & Associates has a sustained history of involvement with Richland-area communities and professional and academic associations.
The Health Physics Society (www.hps.org) is a nonprofit scientific professional organization established in 1956 to promote the practice of radiation safety. The Baltimore-Washington Chapter (hpschapters.org/bwc/) was chartered in 1958.