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Medical Questions (Code 1957, Art. 100, sec.
95A), Contracts for Public Works (Code 1957,
Art. 100, secs. 96-107), Wage Payment and Col-
lection (Code 1957, Art. 100, sec. 94).

Railroad Safety: Railroad Safety and Health
(Code 1957, Art. 89, secs. 82-99).

Mediation and Conciliation: Arbitration of Labor
Disputes (Code 1957, Art. 89, secs. 1-13).

Safety Inspection: Boiler and Pressure Vessel
Safety (Code 1957, Art. 48, secs. 167-180); Smok-
ing on Elevators (Code 1957, Art. 89, sec. 64);
Amusement Park Safety (Code 1957, Art. 89,
secs. 65-81); Elevators, Dumbwaiters, Escalators,
and Moving Walks (Code 1957, Art. 89, sec.

Apprenticeship and Training: Apprenticeship and
Training (Code 1957, Art. 89, secs. 50-56).

Research and Information: Registration of Work-
shops and Factories (Code 1957, Art. 27, secs.

Occupational Safety and Health: Occupational
Safety and Health (Code 1957, Art. 89, secs.

Employment Agencies: Fee Charging Employ-
ment Agencies (Code 1957, Art. 56, secs.


Chairperson: N. William Miller, 1988

Amusement Ride Manufacturers Representative:
Edward D. Hubert, 1986

Carnival Owners Representative: Ralph E. Shaw,

Amusement Park Owners Representatives: Gran-
ville Trimper, 1987; Michael H. Jones, 1988.

State or County Fairs Representative: Howard M.
Mosner, Jr., 1985

Mechanical Engineer Representative: Emil
Gennanos, 1987

Public Representatives: Richard E. Marchant,
1986; Melvin J. Kodenski, 1988.

501 St. Paul Place
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 659-4157
Toll Free: 1-800-492-6226

The Amusement Safety Advisory Board was
created by Chapter 844, Acts of 1976. The Board

consists of nine members appointed by the Gov-
ernor with the advice and consent of the Senate
for six-year terms. One member represents the
amusement ride manufacturers, one the carnival
owners, two the amusement park owners, and
one the State or county fairs. One member must
be a mechanical engineer. Three members repre-
sent the general public. One of the public mem-
bers is designated as chairperson.

The Board advises, consults with, makes rec-
ommendations, and proposes reasonable regula-
tions and standards to the Commissioner for the
prevention of conditions detrimental to the public
in the use of amusement rides and attractions and
for the protection and safety of the public (Code
1957, Art. 89, secs. 65-81).


Chairperson: John Willett McCaughey, 1984

Ex officio member: Harvey A. Epstein, Commis-
sioner of Labor and Industry

Appointed employee organization members: Ed-
win K. Legg, 1983; Bernard A. Carpenter,
1984; Wilmer S. Webster, 1985.

Appointed employer members: John W.
McCaughey, 1984; Marian E. Goetze, 1983;
Duane Gary Boggs, 1985.

Public member: Joseph A. Boston, 1986

501 St. Paul Place
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 659-4212
Toll Free: 1-800-492-6226

Originally created by Chapter 671, Acts of
1966, the Apprenticeship and Training Council
had its membership altered by Chapter 539, Acts
of 1974. The Council consists of seven members
appointed by the Governor with the advice of the
Secretary of Licensing and Regulation and with
the advice and consent of the Senate for four-year
terms. The Governor designates the chairperson.
Three members are representatives of employee
organizations, three represent employers, and one
represents the general public. The membership in-
cludes black representation.

The Council encourages the development of an
apprenticeship and training system through the
voluntary cooperation of management, labor, and
interested State agencies. In cooperation with oth-
er states and the federal government, the Council
formulates policies for the overall apprenticeship
program, formulates and adopts standards of ap-
prenticeship that safeguard the welfare of appren-
tices, and registers apprentices under approved


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