Tranzonic Companies hires Millsaps as director of environmental health and safety


Ronald Millsaps
The Tranzonic Companies

Tranzonic Companies has hired Ronald Millsaps as director of environmental health and safety (EHS) at the national manufacturing firm’s Hardin Valley location.

Millsaps is responsible for creating and coordinating programs that reduce accidents, injuries and losses at the company’s Knoxville locations and for facilities in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Ohio and Nevada.

“Ronald brings a keen eye and so much relevant experience to help keep our people safe by reviewing, updating and creating processes and reducing work hazards,” said Brian Rhoades, executive vice president of operations for Tranzonic. “Wherever there are moving parts, there is a need for professionals like Ronald, and we’re glad to add him to the Tranzonic team.”

Millsaps earned master’s degrees in environmental management from Samford University and safety service and education from University of Tennessee. He holds a bachelor’s degree in management from Tusculum University and an associate degree in industrial security from the Community College of the Air Force. He has held multiple EHS compliance positions, most recently for Hitachi Zosen Inova, a global cleantech company, and earned several industry and business certifications. He is a veteran and has served in both the United States Air Force and the United States Army Reserves.

Based in Cleveland, Ohio, The Tranzonic Companies was founded in 1921 and manufactures and distributes wiping cloths, personal hygiene products, textiles, washroom supplies and accessories, wiping and cleaning supplies, and safety products. The company has two Knoxville locations; its facility located off Hardin Valley Road is the largest manufacturing and distribution site for The Tranzonic Companies.

The growing company is hiring, and job seekers can learn more and apply online at tranzonic.com.

About The Tranzonic Companies

The Tranzonic Companies, a national firm headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, has been in business since 1921. Core products include wiping cloths, personal hygiene, textiles, washroom supplies and accessories, wiping and cleaning supplies, and safety products. The Knoxville location is the largest manufacturing and distribution facility for The Tranzonic Companies. For more information, visit tranzonic.com.