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People news: Welliver hires project safety director

By Traci DeLore (tdelore@cnybj.com)

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Eric Hadlock
Eric Hadlock has joined Welliver as project safety director and is responsible for the company’s overall safety compliance. (Photo credit: Welliver)

MONTOUR FALLS, N.Y. — Welliver, a construction-services provider in New York and northern Pennsylvania, has appointed Eric Hadlock as project safety director.

In this role, Hadlock works to establish and promote safe worksites and successfully completed projects. With extensive Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training and certifications, he is responsible for the overall status and facilitation of the company’s safety compliance, tracking, reporting, documentation, and oversight of all on-site safety managers.

“Safety has been an essential part of Eric’s diverse career background,” Anne Welliver-Hartsing, company president, said in a news release. “He will be a valuable addition to our team with a focus on building safety awareness and helping people understand the need to follow safety procedures and protocols.”

With prior experience in the United States Army and the New York State Police, Hadlock has mastered attention to detail and the ability to forecast and correct potential risks to employees on the jobsite, the company contends.

Hadlock is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. He is trained and certified in numerous programs conducted by OSHA.

Welliver (www.buildwelliver.com) is a fifth-generation, family-owned construction firm.