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Company Overview of National Safety Council
National Safety Council, a nonprofit organization, prevents injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road. The company focuses on the preventable injuries and deaths occur due to use of cell phone while driving, teen driving, workplace safety, prescription painkiller use, and safety in the community. It serves businesses, government agencies, elected officials, and the public in the United States. The company sells training equipment, books, and other resources online. National Safety Council was founded in 1913 and is based in Itasca, Illinois.
1121 Spring Lake Drive
Itasca, IL 60143-3201
Founded in 1913
Key Executives for National Safety Council
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Vice President of Communications & Advocacy
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
National Safety Council Key Developments
National Safety Council Elects Seven New Members to its Board of Directors
Oct 19 16
National Safety Council welcomed seven new members to its Board of Directors at its annual meeting, held this week in Anaheim during the annual NSC Congress & Expo. The seven safety leaders accepting two-year terms are: Elaine S. Beitler, John J. Dreyzehner, Roberta Kloda, David Koeneke, Jim S. Kreinbrink, Anne McCartt and Peter Sullivan. Elaine Beitler serves as CEO of BROWZ, LLC. BROWZ implements supply chain prequalification and compliance programs for its corporate clients. John Dreyzehner began his medical service in 1989 as a United States Air Force flight surgeon and later, Chief of Aeromedical Assessment for Air Combat Command. He was honorably discharged as a major in 1997. In 2002, he became director of a multi-county health district in the Tri-cities region of central Appalachia before becoming Tennessee Commissioner of Health. Roberta Kloda joined FMC Agricultural Solutions in April. She oversees and develops strategic safety plans, creates safety and health programs and manages environmental requirements and waste reduction projects. David Koeneke has held various jobs in the occupational medicine and workers' compensation areas of operations and marketing. Mr. Koeneke leads the Oklahoma Safety Council, which promotes the adoption of safety, health, and environmental practices and procedures that prevent and mitigate human suffering and economic loss. Mr. Koeneke represents NSC Chapters on the Board of Directors. Jim S. Kreinbrink has held several management, service management and technical positions within the Business Market, National Market and Commercial Markets Loss Prevention Departments at Liberty Mutual. Mr. Kreinbrink was responsible for the principal development, integration and implementation of the current National Market customer service model. Anne McCartt worked in the highway safety field for more than 25 years. Peter Sullivan has more than 16 years of operational and training management experience, is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Certified EHS Trainer (CET).
National Safety Council Announces Executive Changes
Sep 28 15
The National Safety Council announced that John Surma, retired chairman and CEO of United States Steel Corporation, has been elected chairman of the NSC board of directors. Surma succeeds Jeff Woodbury, vice president of investor relations and secretary of the Exxon Mobil Corporation, and takes over as chairman on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015 following the annual board of directors meeting. Woodbury's successor Surma retired from United States Steel in 2013. The Council also welcomes four new board members to two-year terms: Raymond T. Betler, president and CEO, Wabtec Corporation; Brian J. Cook, senior vice president and chief administrative officer, USG Corporation; Lynne Lachenmyer, vice president, ExxonMobil Corporation; and Douglas C. Pontsler, vice president of EHS & Operations Sustainability, Owens Corning. Betler is the president and CEO of Wabtec Corporation and also serves on the company's Board of Directors. Cook is senior vice president and chief administrative officer of USG Corporation, USG Interiors Inc., USG International, and L&W Supply Corporation. Cook is responsible for the Human Resources, Corporate Communications and Corporate Marketing functions as well as Corporate Services including Occupational Safety and Health, Business Continuity, Fleet Operations, Facilities, and Travel. Lachenmyer is vice president, ExxonMobil Corporation, Dallas, Texas. In this position, she manages Safety, Security, Health and Environment for the corporation. Lachenmyer joined Mobil Oil Corporation in 1980. Pontsler is vice president of EHS & Operations Sustainability for Owens Corning. He was named to his current position in August 2009. In this leadership role, he has responsibility for directing safety and environmental matters within Owens Corning globally.
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