FA08.pdf - BULLETIN FALL 2008 • VOLUME 63 • NUMBER 3 Donald E Tanner Executive Director Richard L Allison Executive Director Donald Tanner reflects

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Cover Story 10 A ROAD WELL-TRAVELED: An Interview with Retiring Executive Director Donald Tanner Features 3 Bette Midler shows off BULLETIN 6 77th General Meeting Highlights 14 Tube Plugging of Firetube Boilers By Robert E. Ferrell 17 2008 Registrations 18 S/S Norway: The NTSB Final Report 22 FROM SAP TO SYRUP the Art of Sugaring Departments 2 Executive Director’s Message: Now Entering the Danger Zone 4 Perspective: New Crane Regulations Up In the Air 30 Profile in Safety: Wayne Brigham, Chief Boiler Inspector, New Hampshire 32 Transition: Diehl, Nagpaul, and Neumann Elected as Honorary Members; Timothy Stewart Joins National Board; Douin, Given, Krasiun Elected to Board of Trustees 34 Inspector’s Insight: Common Misconceptions When Applying Code Rules 37 Do You Know . . . Connie Luckeydoo, Administrative Coordinator 38 Training Matters: CSD-1 Back Online and Better Than Ever 39 Training Calendar 40 The Way We Were: Rise and Fall in Northumberland Executive Director Donald Tanner reflects on his term with the National Board. Read more on Page 10. Cover photograph by Greg Sailor Donald E. Tanner Executive Director Richard L. Allison Assistant Executive Director – Administrative George Bynog Assistant Executive Director – Technical Paul D. Brennan, APR Director of Public Affairs David Culwell Publications Editor Brandon Sofsky Manager of Publications BOARD OF TRUSTEES David A. Douin Chairman Robert J. Aben Jr. First Vice Chairman Mark Mooney Second Vice Chairman Donald E. Tanner Secretary-Treasurer Joel T. Amato Member at Large Jack M. Given Jr. Member at Large Brian Krasiun Member at Large Daniel C. Price Member at Large ADVISORY COMMITTEE Charles G. Schaber Representing authorized inspection agencies (insurance companies) Greg McRae Representing pressure vessel manufacturers Brian R. Morelock, P.E. Representing boiler and pressure vessel users Edward J. Hoveke Representing National Board certificate holders George W. Galanes Representing the welding industry Charles E. Perry Representing boiler manufacturers Lawrence J. McManamon Jr. Representing organized labor BULLETIN The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors was organized for the purpose of promoting greater safety by securing concerted action and maintain- ing uniformity in the construction, installation, inspection, and repair of boilers and other pressure vessels and their appurtenances, thereby assuring acceptance and interchangeability among jurisdictional authorities empowered to assure adherence to code construction and repair of boilers and pressure vessels. The National Board BULLETIN is published three times a year by The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors, 1055 Crupper Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43229- 1183, 614.888.8320, nationalboard.org . Postage paid at Columbus, Ohio.
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