Jim started with IAMU in July 2019 and was responsible for traveling the state to deliver OSHA educational and training classes for IAMU safety members. He also worked closely with members, customizing their OSHA written programs and developing machine-specific lockout/tagout procedures.
Jim is survived by his wife, Maria, and son, Jordan. A private service has already been held.
In a 2020 Informer article, Jim said, “I’m so grateful to be a part of the IAMU family, and I appreciate every one of you.”