Jean Vettel, our culture has a growing interest in tracking our behavior with Fitbit watches, Garmin computers and various apps on our smartphones, and one of ARL's main aims in the translational neuroscience research program is to identify ways that technology can adapt to the Soldier."We all experience time frames where we feel fatigued, have a hard time attending to information, need to reread the same text a few times to comprehend it, experience stress and the like."This award is well deserved," said Leslie York-Hubbard, environmental safety technician and ASSE member.
Altenburg also cites his service in the United States Marine Corps as a source of his dedication and passion for supporting ARL's mission.
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He began his career as a compliance officer with the Maryland Occupational Safety and Health Agency and prior to joining ARL, he worked as a consultant in private industry and as a safety and occupational health manager for the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D. "This recognition indicates the level of excellence associated, not only by his technical abilities, nor the customer services he is able to provide, but the on-going support he brings to the laboratory's day-to-day research mission and community," said Fred Thompson, chief of ARL's Safety and Environmental Branch, who added that ARL has established safety as one of the core pillars of the organization.
Robb Altenburg earned the honor for his technical and administrative expertise, as well as his "dedication to fostering professional development opportunities and community services for the Chesapeake safety engineers," said Chapter President Craig D. Altenburg has worked in the safety and health field for 25 years and is responsible for ARL's occupational safety and health program at APG.
The racial makeup of the city was 99.35% White, and 0.65% from two or more races.
There were 126 households out of which 35.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 61.9% were married couples living together, 5.6% had a female householder with no husband present, and 31.0% were non-families.
These settlers would form the backbone of what would later become the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.
Trinity Lutheran Church was established in 1839 in a log cabin, and was later replaced by a limestone, and then a frame church.
Altenburg is home to two Lutheran churches, Trinity and Immanuel, as well as a parochial Lutheran grade school and a public elementary school.
The East Perry County Fair is held annually on the fair grounds each September.).
"He has the ability to take information from any situation, quickly process, analyze it, and develop the absolute best action.