Gary A. Jones is the assistant vice president of the environmental, health, and safety (EHS) affairs at Printing Industries of America near Pittsburgh, PA. His primary responsibility is to monitor and analyze EHS regulatory activities at all government levels and provide representation on behalf of the printing industry. In doing so, Mr. Jones works closely with the federal and state-level Environmental Protection Agencies (EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Agency (OSHA), Department of Transportation (DOT), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) by providing direct representation. He also supports the local Printing Industries of America affiliates in their efforts to represent printers in these areas.
Mr. Jones provides membership assistance through a variety of approaches, including responding to inquiries, writing, and consulting services. He regularly presents lectures at numerous industry events and conducts workshops for Printing Industries of America. In addition, he has written several publications and his “Environmental Alert” column appears in Printing Industries of America: The Magazine.
Mr. Jones is also heading up Printing Industries of America’s efforts for the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership, an organization dedicated to assisting printers respond to the customer demand for sustainable printing.
Prior to joining Printing Industries of America in 1987, Mr. Jones worked in the field of forensic science as an analytical chemist. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from LaRoche College and a Master of Science in chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh.
Kaitlin Rundle is an Environmental, Health, and Safety Associate in the EHS Affairs department at Printing Industries of America. She provides membership support and assistance by answering inquiries from members, assisting with sustainability certification programs, supporting the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership, and providing consulting services for individual companies such as EHS compliance audits and conducting safety training. She also represents the printing industry at all government levels during rule development and requests for interpretations. Ms. Rundle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.
Matthew Crownover provides environmental, health, and safety services to Printing Industries of America members. He also offers industry representation during government rulemaking, assists members with securing environmental permits, as well as advises members on how to achieve certification under various environmental programs such as the Forest Stewardship Council’s Chain of Custody and the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership. Along with these services he also provides consulting services such as EHS compliance audits and safety training. Matthew Crownover holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Geoscience from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.