Joint Loss Management Committee

The purpose of the Joint Loss Management Committee is to bring workers and management together in a cooperative effort to improve health and safety in the workplace.

The City of Portsmouth considers no aspect of its operation or administration more important than the health and safety of its employees, customers, and community.  We work to improve our processes, demonstrate leadership, and deliver comprehensive safety programs.  The expectation is that all employees adhere to our safety standards, and actively participate in and support the advancement of our health and safety practices.  Individual accountability is accomplished by fostering a culture focused on awareness, open communication, safety education, supervision, and safe working methods. Safety is the responsibility of all employees, including both top management and the individual skilled worker. We will work together to achieve our goal of reducing work place injuries.

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If you have a safety concern, you can report it directly to the Joint Loss Management committee through the link above.  Paper reporting forms will be located at bulletin board areas of each building.  If you are using the paper version, please submit your form to anyone on the list below.

Committee Members

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Name

Department

Representative

Joe Almeida

Public Works

Management

Arthur Ashley

School Department

Employee

Michael Finn

Public Works

Employee

Kelly Harper

Human Resources

Management

Patrick Howe

Fire Department

Management

David Lippmeier

Public Works

Employee

Nathan Lunney

School Department

Management

Helen Moore

Library

Employee

Steve Morse

Fire Department

Employee

Michael Paganelli – Chairman

Public Works

Employee

Terry Poulin

Finance

Employee

Darrin Sargent

Police Department

Management

Doug Sparks

Public Works

Employee

Mark Young

Public Works

Management