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NAFA to focus on fleet safety with Safety Advisory Council

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The council will work to keep appropriate topics in the minds of NAFA members by suggesting safety-related articles for NAFA publications and creating new products and guides. The council will serve as the NAFA spokesperson on fleet safety; recommend safety classes for NAFA’s annual conference; work with NAFA’s FleetED Advisory Council to produce annual or bi-annual Accident Data and Loss Data Surveys; review and keep relevant articles in NAFA’s database current; work cooperatively with NAFA chapter leaders to disseminate information about national, regional, and local safety programs; standardize metrics/reporting and benchmarking against agreed-to standards; and work with local NAFA chapter Safety Committee leaders to gather information and act on their suggestions.

The Safety Advisory Council is led by a council chair (appointed by the Association’s President) who works with a council vice chair – member and a council vice chair – affiliate.  All council activities are coordinated through a NAFA officer. Council recommendations will be presented to the Board of Trustees for approval.

The Council is comprised of the following members:

  • Chair: Donna Bibbo, CAFM, Novo Nordisk, Inc.

  • Vice chair – member:  Bob Ellingsworth, CAFM, State of Minnesota Department of Transportation

  • Vice chair – affiliates:  Phil Moser, Advanced Driver Training Services

  • Juan Perez, Amerifleet Transportation

  • JJ Keig, CAFM, NCH

  • Chris Kowalski, Semco Energy Gas Company

  • Annette White, Johnson & Johnson  

  • Meeghan Heritage, BioGen Idec

  • Randy Shadley, CAFM, Corporate Claims Management

NAFA adds that the council will use its shared knowledge to push forth initiatives that will benefit fleet managers on local and national levels.

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