Dok Stevens-Dehring Named EHS Manager at Tubelite

Tubelite Inc.Tubelite_DStevens-Dehring-300x289 recently named Dok Stevens-Dehring, a member of ASSE’s West Michigan Chapter, the environmental health and safety (EHS) manager of the company’s Michigan and Texas facilities. In her new role, she is responsible for ensuring occupational safety and environmental compliance, preventing and reducing opportunities for injuries, and leading lean and ergonomic improvement initiatives.

Stevens-Dehring has more than 20 years’ OSH experience and holds an M.S. in Environmental Hydrogeology and a B.S. in Environmental Science, English and Biology from Western Michigan University. Concurrent to her career, she has volunteered as a member of local emergency planning committees in Wisconsin and Iowa, and as a Muskegon County Hazmat Team member in Michigan. She has also published multiple professional articles and authored several books, including Haven: A Treatise on Asylum Lake and A Concept Plan to Recycle Abandoned, Contaminated Properties in Kalamazoo, MI.