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    2010 CEOs Who 'Get It'

    February 1, 2010

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    Janet Froetscher,
    National Safety Council President and CEO.

    "The 2010 CEOs Who “Get It” represent very diverse organizations. The industries range from industrial automation and materials production to petroleum and aerospace. Even their employee base is diverse – from 78 employees to more than 150,000. While the organizations may not look all that similar, one common thread exists – they are all world-class safety organizations with CEOs whose involvement, influence and leadership demonstrates a commitment to the well-being of their employees."

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



    Roger Jinks
    AMEC's Earth &
    Environmental Division

    Keith Nosbusch
    Chairman & CEO
    Rockwell Automation Inc.

    Robert E. McGough
    President & CEO
    DynMcDermott Petroleum
    Operations Co.

    William H. Swanson
    Chairman & CEO
    Raytheon Co.

    Jim McNerney
    Chairman, President & CEO
    The Boeing Co.

    Ron Vetter
    Vetter Stone Co.

    Daniel Nobbe
    Plant Leader
    Fiberteq LLC

    Thomas Zarges
    President of Energy & Construction
    URS Corp.

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