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2012 CEOs Who 'Get It'

February 1, 2012

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The National Safety Council announces the 2012 CEOs Who “Get It.” This year’s honorees lead national and international organizations ranging in size from 90 employees to more than 100,000. Coverage of this year’s CEOs Who “Get It” begins with Andrew Liveris, chairman and CEO of The Dow Chemical Co. – the 2012 recipient of the National Safety Council’s Green Cross for Safety Medal.

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

Andrew Liveris
Chairman & CEO
The Dow Chemical Company
Midland, MI



2012 Green Cross for Safety Medal Winner

Andrew Liveris is chairman and CEO of The Dow Chemical Company, a global leader in special chemicals, advanced materials, agrosciences and plastics, delivering solutions to sectors such as electronics, water, energy and infrastructure.

Read the Q&A with Andrew Liveris.

 

2012 CEOs Who 'Get It'

 Dan Batrack
CEO
Tetra Tech Inc.

Jim Bell
President & CEO
Veolia ES Technical Solutions LLC

Rick Frost
CEO
Louisiana-Pacific Corp.

Jim Gribbins
President & Founder
Gribbins Insulation Co. Inc.

Jim Hannan
CEO & President
Georgia-Pacific

Frank M. Jaehnert
President & CEO
Brady Corp.

Wayne Livingston
President & CEO
Diverse Power Inc.

Harry M. Wyatt III
Director, Air National Guard
National Guard Bureau

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