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Haws Corporation® is pleased to announce several additional team members as well as internal promotions within various company departments. These additions are in support of Haws’ continued success in the emergency equipment and hydration industries.
Per Lindvall- Managing Director- Asia Pacific
With advanced education in economics, law, and business management studies, Per comes to Haws with great depth in general management leading many successful multi-national organizations in the Asian and European markets. His strengths include experiential knowledge in sales, marketing, operations, start ups, mergers, and finance.
Lynda Murdock- Human Resources Manager
Lynda joins Haws with an extensive background in Human Resources, training and organizational development and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and a MA in Adult Education and Training, both from the University of Phoenix. Lynda will be creating, implementing and delivering training and development programs within all levels of the organization.
Brandon Siri- Digital Marketing Manager
Brandon is a graduate of University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism/Advertising and has more than nine years of marketing experience. Brandon’s skills and expertise include designing, managing and developing corporate websites, social media marketing, mobile website development, media generation and blogging, and market research of which he will apply to his new position as Digital Marketing Manager.
Arthur Salas- Haws Integrated Production Supervisor
Arthur joins Haws with a Bachelor of Science degree in Trade and Industrial Education as well as a Master of Arts degree in Educational Leadership Administration. Arthur most recently was the Dean of Students at Damonte Ranch High School. In his new position as Production Supervisor, Arthur will be overseeing the Haws Integrated production and operations.
Among the articles in the October 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we answer questions on dangerous dusts, discuss respiratory protection programs and the risks and benefits of smoke tubes, and learn how to get creative with training programs.