safety director

safety director

[sāf′tē]
Etymology: Fr, sauver, to save, directeur, manager
a member of a hospital staff whose activities are related to safety functions, such as fire prevention, environmental safety, and disaster planning activities. Also called safety officer.
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The shift foreman called the mine's safety director at home while the miner was being transported out of the mine.
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Ivy Tech Community College has named the former head of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources as its new statewide security and safety director.
announced that Jeff Lambert has been promoted to safety director, reporting directly to Knife River President Dave Barney.
Oil & Gas UK's health and safety director Robert Paterson said:"Lord Cullen's report made 106 recommendations which have transformed the way safety is managed offshore.
We had recently hired Tom Malek as safety director, and this was beneficial for him.
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We are proud to see Bahrain at the forefront in sharing its experience on child safety and online protection," said TRA cyber safety director Ahmed Jaber Aldoseri.
State Administration of Work Safety Director Luo Lin has ordered local authorities to launch rescue operations, Xinhua reports.
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