Liliana Calderon Named New Safety and Health Programs Manager
Jobsite health and safety has never been more important during our response to COVID-19. That’s why BAC has been working diligently with Locals and members to continually address these issues. Part of that effort is the recent appointment of Lily Calderon as BAC’s Manager of Health and Safety Programs.
In her new BAC role, Calderon, a 14-year bricklayer of Local 21 Illinois, will promote new and current construction industry safety regulations and legislation, coordinate with IMI and IMTEF on safety initiatives and training resources, and produce BAC safety and health materials. She will also continue to work with the AFL-CIO, North America’s Building Trades Unions, and other partners and organizations to foster and promote better safety and health environments. In addition, Calderon will serve as a line of communication between BAC Locals and members to assist with job safety and health concerns, and to increase worker safety and overall compliance.
BAC Executive Vice President Jerry Sullivan says Locals and members will benefit from the wealth of knowledge and experience Calderon brings to the job. “Her unparalleled passion for the industry and steadfast commitment to our Union and members will help lead our safety and health programs to succeed. We look forward to working together to secure safe and healthy work environments for all BAC members.”