by William Sampson
Jamison Scott was presented with the WMMA’s Ralph B. Baldwin Award April 27 in recognition of his extensive service to the woodworking indus- try and the Wood Machinery Manufacturers of America. Chris Hacker, James L. Taylor Mfg. and presi- dent of the WMMA, presented the award to Scott during the annual Woodworking Industry Confer- ence held this year in Rancho Mirage, California.
Hacker noted the significance of the award being
a clock because Scott had devoted so much of his
time over the years in support of the WMMA and
the industry as a whole.
Scott is currently executive vice president of
Air Handling Systems, a third generation family-owned business in Woodbridge, Connecticut.
He has done extensive research on issues related to safety and combustible dust and has made
presentations on the subject across the country.
He has written many reports on the dangers of
combustible dust for a variety of publications
domestically and internationally, including FDMC
and Woodworking Network.
Related to his concerns about fire dangers in
woodworking operations, he is a member of the
National Fire Protection Association.
Jamison Scott wins Baldwin Award
Longtime industry booster Jamison Scott wins WMMA’s Ralph B.
Baldwin Award at Woodworking Industry Conference.
Jamison Scott is flanked by Chris Hacker, left, and Steve Carter after receiving the WMMA Ralph B. Baldwin Award.