Mr. Kyle G. JohnsonPresident and CEO
With over 15 years experience in both corporate and managerial leadership, Mr. Johnson is a leader in the Occupational Health and Safety industry. His pioneering ability is proven by his experience in founding two Occupational Medicine start-up companies, S.A.M.E.S. and Onsite OHS, Inc. Mr. Johnson calls on his medical experience from the US Navy and construction industry to provide medical coverage in austere environments. Within weeks of being awarded a contract with DynCorp Intl., Mr. Johnson was able to mobilize a medical team for international deployment and set up a functioning clinic in southern Afghanistan. Mr. Johnson leads a dynamic group of medical and support personnel ready to meet global medical service requirements, taking care of people, and providing them with what they need to do their job.
Randy RahmanDirector of Finance
Mr. Rahman has over 30 years experience in the business world. His experience ranges from the accounting/finance profession to contract administration, information technology, project management and log home construction. His varied business experience makes him a valuable member of the executive team. He currently leads the Finance Department along with overseeing the construction efforts on the buildings owned by Onsite OHS in downtown Princeton, IN. Mr. Rahman has worked to strengthen internal controls to safeguard the financial well-being of Onsite OHS and build a foundation of accounting policies and procedures for future growth.
Jeff DevineDirector of Human Capital
Mr. Devine is from Evansville, Ind., and a graduate of the University of Southern Indiana and Saint Louis University School of Law. He has been an attorney and human resource professional for 21 years. He is the former General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and Director of Human Resources for Integra Bank Corporation and Corporate Secretary and Manager of Human Resources for the Florida Reliability Coordinating Council, Inc.
He is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources. He has been active in the Evansville community having served as a member of various Boards and positions including, the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center Board, Chairman, Vanderburgh County Public Defender Board, Vanderburgh County Welfare to Work Committee, Vanderburgh County Community Corrections Board, Evansville Mayor's Education Roundtable, EVSC Community Educational Steering Committee and was President of the Evansville Area Council of PTA's.
Dr. Gregory FullerCorporate Medical Director
Dr. Gregory Fuller, a former U.S. Navy Medical Officer, has more than 25 years of experience as a licensed physician. He has served as Medical Director over medical programs in austere environments such as Haiti, Iraq and Afghanistan; he has extensive leadership experience in family and emergency medicine, and maintains a breadth of experience in various leadership roles. He maintains his medical license in good standing in Indiana, Michigan, Florida, Georgia and Ohio, and is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Family Practice. He currently serves on the faculty for Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, along with an active practice in a level I trauma facility.
As the Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Fuller provides leadership, direction and planning for a wide variety of medical and related activities for Onsite OHS. He serves as a member of the Executive Staff and participates in the company's administrative decision making and recommends and approves policies and procedures, as well as, provides in-depth advice and medical direction for the development of protocols, business development planning and clinical operations for the company. He also provides superior oversight to our medical teams and helps maintain the appropriateness level of services and continuously improve the quality of care.
Kraig R. JohnsonProgram Manager
Mr. Kraig Johnson is a former US Navy Hospital Corpsman with a diverse range of leadership and professional experiences in Medical Support and Services. He has over 15 years of managerial experience in the field of Occupational Health and Safety, including assignment on a $400 million EPA facility and oversight of over 300 personnel. Mr. Johnson’s leadership is demonstrated by his ability to lead an Onsite OHS medical team that grew from 3 members in 2009 to 70 staff members in 2011. While working on the LOGCAP IV project in Afghanistan, Mr. Johnson consistently achieved all goals within deadlines and was instrumental in the restructuring and realignment of DynCorp’s revitalized medical program in the Afghanistan south AOR. Mr. Johnson is a leader with the demonstrated oversight and interpersonal skill to lead a dynamic medical team in a variety of locations and conditions.