Lori J. Rachul
North Ridgeville Resident Promoted to Chief of Hazardous Chemicals Office
Cleveland, OH -- Manuel B. Dominguez was recently selected to serve as Chief of the Hazardous Chemicals Office at the
NASA Lewis Research Center.
In his new position, Dominguez's responsibilities will consist of directing and managing the Center's Hazardous Communication and
Laboratory Safety Programs. He is also responsible for coordinating the acquisition of all chemicals for the Center and will also serve as head of the Chlorofluoro carbons (CFC's) Phase-out Committee, tasked to develop plans to eliminate all CFC's at Lewis by 1995.
Joining Lewis in 1990, Dominguez held the position of safety engineer in the Safety Assurance Office. He has written a technical
paper entitled "Controlling Hazardous Energy Sources."
Dominguez received his bachelor of science degree in biology from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, and his master of
science degree in industrial safety from Central Missouri State University. He and his wife, Sharon, reside in North Ridgeville, Ohio.
They have two children.
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