ATA thanks employees for their hard work

Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA) recently held a special barbecue luncheon for employees at the Chem/Met Lab to express appreciation for a couple of major efforts. The Chemicals Lab successfully received recertification by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and the Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) lab’s X-ray support of a recent solid rocket motor. ATA Director Lynn Moran, Deputy Director Debbie Bayer and Branch Manager Walt Bishop say they organized the luncheon to recognize the Chem Lab employees for their continued excellence of work. AIHA certification is difficult to obtain and establishes high standards of performance for laboratories; it promotes the production of quality data for use in evaluating exposures that impact public health, the environment and public resources. The NDT folks were recognized for successfully meeting a customer’s requirement on schedule which was a complex task requiring experience and flexibility. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)

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