As a great corporate steward, MILSPRAY™ is committed to performance and manufacturing excellence with a proactive and preventative strategy to execute on this commitment. This commitment delivers superior products, systems, and services to our customers in a manner that protect employees, saves lives, increases efficiencies, reduces costs and minimizes environmental impacts.
“The safety and security of every employee is paramount to our success as a business and is a strategic imperative for our organization. To drive improvement in these areas, we emphasize leadership engagement and accountability as well as employee engagement, driven through a variety of comprehensive safety programs, training curriculum and initiatives”, said Brian Feser, Chief Executive Officer and President of MILSPRAY™.
In support of this commitment, Rand Drozdowicz will transition to the full-time role of Safety and Security Manager for MILSPRAY™ effective immediately reporting to Brian Feser.
Rand has more than 8 years of experience in various positions from manufacturing, safety and business development within the company. In his previous position as a Special Project Manager, he was instrumental in providing logistical support to the US Marine Forces Reserve (MARFORRES) for the maintenance of the MILSPRAY™ Above Ground and Expeditionary Vehicle Wash Systems located nationally and internationally.
He has traveled extensively throughout the world deploying our Scorpion Energy Hunter™ and the Vehicle Wash Systems in support of the US Marine Corps (USMC) African Lion in Agadir, Morocco; Dakar, Senegal; and Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Additionally, he was part of the team that traveled to Andersen Air Force Base in Guam to set-up the first Vehicle Wash System purchased by the US Air Force.
In 2013, he was awarded a patent (#8,496,015) for the co-invention of the company’s first Expeditionary Vehicle Wash System (EVWS) designed and manufactured in 2008. Rand holds numerous certificates from the Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA), the Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) and the National Asbestos & Environmental Training Institute (NAETI)/Environment Protection Agency (EPA) as a Model Lead Paint Supervisor/Contractor of Housing and Public Buildings to mention a few.
“Our commitment to the environment, safety and health of our employees and customers is vital to improving operational performance and enhancing reputational value for our employees, customers, partners and community stakeholders”, added Feser.
As Safety and Security Manager, Rand Drozdowicz will continue his efforts in leading key initiatives to improve our safety and security performance as outlined by federal and state laws and regulations. Rand has executed an integrated approach to workplace safety and security that encompasses education, management accountability and employee engagement.
“At MILSPRAY™, our employees are our greatest asset,” said Brian Feser. “A safe work environment, be it in the office, on a deployed site, lab or production area, benefits the employee and enables us to provide greater productivity to our customers.”