Former Campus Emergency Management and Safety Officer at University of Tennessee Health Science Center joins EnSafe as Corporate Health and Safety Manager
EnSafe is happy to announce the hiring of Scott Campbell as our new Corporate Health and Safety Manager, based in our Memphis, Tennessee office.
Campbell is a retired member of the United States Military with 27 years of service. He holds a BS in Homeland Security and Emergency Management from Thomas Edison State University. He has also participated in numerous professional development and certification courses through Harvard Kennedy Business School, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, United States Coast Guard Academy, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and many others,
Scott joins EnSafe from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center where he served as the Campus Emergency Management and Safety Officer. In that role, Scott provided leadership and direction in planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating the campus-wide occupational health and emergency management programs.
“Scott has a long history of leading teams who are singularly focused on providing a safer workplace and on being prepared to successfully manage emergency situations,” says EnSafe’s Vice President of Health and Safety Mike Palmer, CSP, CIH, “I am confident that his experience and team mentality will compliment and continue to build EnSafe’s T3 [Think Things Through] safety culture.”
Campbell brings a wealth of experience in business continuity, training, occupational hazards, risk management, emergency preparedness, and regulatory compliance. “I am deeply humbled by the teamwork already in place and dedication to CEO Don Bradford’s message on safety. I’m excited to carry EnSafe’s safety culture forward with continued innovation,” says Campbell.
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