Dr. Deans was appointed a member of the Board in November 2018. From 2006 to 2015, Dr. Deans held a series of positions as the chief executive officer of multiple affiliates and directly owned subsidiaries of INEOS Group Holdings S.A., a chemical company. From August 2015 to December 2017, he also served as a member of the board of directors of Canpotex Potash Export Company. Most recently Dr. Deans was Chief EHS and Operations Officer at Johnson Matthey PLC. Dr. Deans holds a Ph.D and M.Phil. in chemistry from Strathclyde University as well as a B.Sc. in chemistry from Glasgow University. From August 2015 to December 2017, Dr. Deans was the Senior Vice President of Agrium Inc., a fertilizer producer and distributor, prior to its merger with Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan to form Nutrien Ltd., where he served as the Executive Vice President and President of the nitrogen division from January 2018 to May 2018. “I am honored to be given the opportunity to fulfil the role of Chief Executive Officer at Navigator and I look forward to working even more closely with the Navigator management team. As a global leader in seaborne transportation of liquefied gases, the Company continues to play a vital role in the liquefied gas supply chain, which will be further enhanced by the addition of the Morgan’s Point ethylene terminal coming on‐line later this year.” Dr. Harry Deans, the Company’s incoming Chief Executive Officer, commented: Sea News, June 27 (Image Courtesy: Navigator Gas) On June 25, 2019, the Board of Directors of Navigator Holdings Ltd. appointed Dr Henry “Harry” Deans as Chief Executive Officer, effective August 22, 2019. David Butters, the Company’s current President and Chief Executive Officer will relinquish that role to Dr. Deans on that date and continue as Chairman of the Board. Dr. Deans will continue as a member of the Board after the effectiveness of his appointment as Chief Executive Officer. “I am delighted that Harry Deans has agreed to join the Company as Chief Executive Officer and I look forward to working with him and to continue to grow and develop the Company over the coming months and years. I have been impressed with Harry’s considerable knowledge and understanding of the petrochemical industry since becoming a non‐executive director of the Company last year, so I am very pleased to pass the Chief Executive role to a highly capable leader in Harry Deans.” David Butters, the Company’s Chairman and current President and Chief Executive Officer commented: Author: Baibhav Mishra
If the virus drives up demand for services, communities may also see a change in how calls are prioritized and, if workforce ranks are diminished, how fast responders arrive, say experts on emergency preparedness. That means dispatchers may be more selective about when to send an ambulance,, The growing number of COVID-19 cases highlights a new threat faced by the nation’s first responders — including emergency medical technicians, ambulance crews and some firefighters. Nelson: “It’s pretty common knowledge that there is a demand on that. We here at the borough are working to make sure our first responders and health care providers are taken care of on that, and we need to keep them safe.” Still, there is a worry among the rescuers on the front line. Nelson: “We are meeting and accessing all of those PPE, protective equipment needs, for our first responders and trying to project out what those needs are in the future.” Despite the uncertainty, Nelson says plans are underway. To help guide emergency personnel, dispatchers are ramping up their screening of callers to identify potential cases of the coronavirus. Hospital emergency management directors are reviewing how to conserve and repurpose in-demand supplies. And EMT and fire departments are taking inventory to make sure they have enough protective equipment for responders in the field. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享First responders, often used to chaos, told KSRM News that that novel coronavirus has put them in uncharted waters. Incident Manager with the Borough Office of Emergency Management Dan Nelson said paramedics within the fire department try to screen patients over the phone, while rushing to help them, in hopes of knowing what protective gear to wear when they get there. Per the OEM, Dispatch and Fire/EMS: Crews are working to maintain operations; however, public are not be allowed to enter these facilities. First responders within the borough will continue guidance specific to call outs.