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John Dony of NSC appointed to OSHA advisory committee

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Itasca, IL — John Dony, senior director of thought leadership at the National Safety Council, has been appointed to serve on OSHA’s National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health.

The 12-member committee advises, consults with and makes recommendations to the secretaries of labor and health and human services on matters relating to workplace safety and health. All members serve two-year teams and are appointed by the labor secretary to represent labor, management, safety and health professionals, and the public.

“It is an honor to be appointed to this influential committee to prioritize worker safety and health across the country,” said Dony, who will serve as one of two management representatives, in a press release. “NSC looks forward to continuing being part of the national dialogue around worker safety and health, especially at this pivotal time in occupational safety and health.”

Dony has worked in a variety of roles since joining NSC in 2007. His current role as a key subject matter expert involves leading and providing strategic vision for workplace safety and health initiatives, including Safe Actions for Employee Returns (SAFER), Work to Zero, the Campbell Institute and the Ergo SolutionsLab.

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