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Local professionals establish South Central Safety Association

The mission of the association is to bring safety to the forefront in all business sectors.

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Area professionals from a variety of industries have joined together to create the South Central Safety Association. Pictured from left are: Jeff Mooridian, Kim Murray, Dan Beckman, Gina Thornton, Michael Hust, Tanya Ostlie, Josh Schroeder and Jenna Bredahl.
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JAMESTOWN — Area professionals from a variety of industries have joined together to create the South Central Safety Association.

The mission of the association is to bring safety to the forefront in all business sectors through education, training and healthy environments. The board of directors for the association is led by individuals from all types of industry including health care, construction, retail and manufacturing.

Members of the board of directors include President Michael Hust (Collins Aerospace), Vice President Gina Thornton (John Deere Seeding Group), Secretary Jenna Bredahl (Jamestown Regional Medical Center), Treasurer Kim Murray (R.M. Stoudt), Dan Beckman (Agri-Cover Inc.), Tanya Ostlie (Hillerud Construction), Josh Schroeder (FEI) and Jeff Mooridian (North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance).

The experience of the board will allow the association to help employers of all areas throughout South Central North Dakota improve their workplace. In addition to the safety education that will be provided it will also be an opportunity for networking and sharing best practices that can make a difference in all working environments.

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