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    Safety culture | Leadership

    2013 CEOs Who "Get It"

    February 1, 2013

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    "It is an honor for the National Safety Council to announce the 2013 CEOs Who 'Get It.'

    This year's leaders represent national and multinational organizations ranging from fewer than 50 employees to more than 40,000, from a wide variety of industries and locations. Each of these leaders understands that safety is not only the right thing to do, but also a business imperative."

    Read the full introduction by Janet Froetscher, president and CEO, National Safety Council.

    Teri L. Bristol
    Deputy COO
    Air Traffic Organization, Federal Aviation Administration

    Richard D. Fox
    CDM Smith

    Anthony J. Orlando
    President & CEO
    Covanta Energy Corp.

    Richard R. Sarles
    General Manager and CEO
    Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

    David T. Seaton
    Chairman and CEO
    Fluor Corp.

    Michael L. Sims
    General Manager
    Butler Rural Electric
    Cooperative Inc.

    Maj. Gen. Peter J. Talleri
    Commanding General
    Marine Corps Installations Pacific and Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler
    U.S. Marine Corps

    Bill Wright
    President & CEO
    Petrochem Insulation Inc.

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