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Itasca, IL – The National Safety Council is proud to announce its 11th class of Rising Stars of Safety – a group of future leaders younger than age 40 dedicated to making workplaces safer. The 32 honorees have promoted a cycle of continuous improvement within their organizations and created initiatives focused on measureable outcomes.
“We are thrilled to spotlight these up-and-coming safety professionals, who have demonstrated enthusiasm, skill and leadership to further promote safety,” said Lorraine M. Martin, president and CEO of the National Safety Council. “The work these Rising Stars undertake day in and day out is helping people live their fullest lives. We applaud them for their dedication.”
The Class of 2020 honorees are listed below and featured in the October issue of Safety+Health magazine.
Mohammed J. Al-Dossary
Loss Prevention Technical and Support Services Unit Supervisor
Environmental, Health and Safety Manager
Brian S. Bailey
Director – Safety and Environmental Stewardship
The American Waterways Operators
The Boeing Co.
Leah M. Beckworth
and Safety Culture Lead
Teri Renee Boydo
Driver Training Program Manager
Assistant Safety Director
Clean Gulf Associates Services LLC
EHS and S Center of Expertise Consultant
Regional Health and Safety Manager
Senior Process Safety Engineer
Engro Fertilizers Ltd.
Area Safety Manager
Clark Construction Group
Rony Peterson Kirmse Jabour
Education Director/Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer
United Safety Net Inc.
Jessica M. Jannaman
Executive Director of Environmental, Health and Safety
Global Automotive Systems
Safety Specialist IV
Syed Ali Haider Kazmi
Assistant Manager Health, Safety and Environment
Sindh Engro Coal Mining Co.
Occupational Safety Manager
Argonne National Laboratory
H and S Advisor
WSP Middle East
Senior Engineer HSE
Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd. Pakistan
Miranda M. McCarthy
Health, Safety and Environmental
Leader – Mining
Senior Manager, Safety, Health and Environment
Laynnea J. Myles
Director of Environment,
Health, and Safety
Redi Services LLC
Washington River Protection Solutions
Director of Safety
Nicholas Hugh Sexton
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Senior Master Sgt.
Superintendent, Safety Directorate, Air Combat Command
U.S. Air Force
Workforce Health and Safety Manager
LifeCare Medical Transports
Ryan P. Wood
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Div.
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