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Cathy Ranger

Cathy Ranger
For the past 30 years, Cathy Ranger has dedicated herself in support of the dental laboratory industry. She began her career in the administrative field, serving as both an office and human resources manager for a national dental device manufacturer. Through her responsibilities for facility and employee safety and health, she was inspired to pursue a career in the compliance field. Most recently, she served the dental device manufacturer as Regulatory Compliance Coordinator. Since 2013, she has been working to create, implement and train to relatable policies and programs to decrease risk and improve workplace health conditions that supported the quality efforts of the company. She is passionate about inspiring personal accountability by encouraging active learning, which she believes lends to a culture committed to safety. Cathy holds a degree in Business Administration from New Hampshire College and a Bachelors of Science in Occupational Safety and Health from Columbia Southern University. She is currently seeking her designation as a safety professional.

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