Dick Monod de Froideville

Dick recently retired from the California Division of Occupational Safety & Health (Cal/OSHA) where he worked from 1980 to 2013 in both the Enforcement & Consultation Units where he conducted complaint or accident precipitated construction, electrical and industrial safety inspections, surveys or investigations; consulted with employer and labor groups, government agencies and the general public regarding occupational safety and health problems; conducted OJT and outreach training; applied safety and other applicable laws; implemented Department policies and recommended penalties or citations where appropriate, prepared for prosecution of citations and made presentations at hearings of Appeals Boards; prepared reports and correspondence; analyzed existing and proposed State regulations and policies on occupational safety and health associated with construction, electrical and industrial disciplines; acted in a lead capacity and assisted in training other staff; participated in special projects related to occupational safety and health in the construction, electrical and industrial disciplines. Acted as interim District Manager Dec. 2009- Feb. 2012

Education and Training

  • 1975-1990 USAF – Bio-Environmental Health Technician
  • 1995 Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Sciences in Health Care Administration, California State University Dominguez Hills
  • 2006 Masters Degree in Public Administration, California State University Dominguez Hills
Dick Monod de Froideville