Trio Elected to NSC Board

Safety leaders for UPS, Captive Resources LLC, and the IBEW were elected to serve two-year terms.

ORLANDO, Fla. – The National Safety Council announced three new members were elected to its Board of Directors during the board's annual meeting Oct. 21 as part of the 2012 National Safety Congress & Expo. All three will serve two-year terms.

They are Moises Huntt, vice president of Global Health & Safety for UPS; Andrew Johnson, executive vice president of Captive Resources LLC; and James Tomaseski, director of Safety and Health for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

"As the council celebrates a century of safety, it is a pleasure for the NSC Board to welcome these leaders to our team," said Kent McElhattan, chairman of the board and chairman of Industrial Scientific Corporation. "The skills and knowledge they have to share will surely assist the council in saving more lives."

Huntt oversees all aspects of the health and safety at UPS, a global company comprised with nearly 400,000 employees. Johnson has been with Captive Resources LLC since 1992 and is responsible for the management of safety/risk control efforts for more than 1,200 companies across the country and the oversight of 200+ safety and health consultants. Tomaseski has been a member of the NSC Labor Division since 2002 and served on the Board of Delegates in 2002, as well. His responsibilities include reviewing incident data from a broad range of occupational fields, including electrical, gas, construction, manufacturing, telecommunications, and railroad.

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