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October 22, 2010
Infrastructure Health and Safety Association names interim CEO
The Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA) now has an interim president and chief executive officer.
Al Beattie, formerly IHSA’s vice-president of Prevention Specialty Services, is now the association’s interim president and CEO after the sudden departure of Michael Delisle, IHSA’s first CEO.
“I look forward to working with all of the industries we serve to prevent occupational illness and injury in Ontario,” said Beattie in a statement.
“I am committed to demonstrating our value as a prevention partner for both employers and workers.”
Beattie will report to and work with IHSA’s newly established board of directors. No reason was provided for Delisle’s departure from IHSA.
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