Oxbow Animal Health Adds Workplace Safety Specialist


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Oxbow Animal Health welcomed Brittany Wilson as its workplace safety specialist. 

In her role, Wilson will plan, direct, implement and monitor a comprehensive safety program that ensures a safe, healthy and accident-free work environment. 

Wilson received her bachelors of science in emergency management from the University of Nebraska Omaha where she focused her research on vulnerable populations, Native American tribal governments, prison safety, and pipeline and hazardous materials transportation safety. Wilson is currently pursuing a master’s in business administration with a focus on risk management from the University of Nebraska Omaha. She comes to Oxbow from Werner Enterprises where she worked on the corporate safety team as a DOT compliance and reporting analyst. 

“In addition to her education, training, and valuable experience in corporate safety, Brittany brings a passion for making an impact through working directly with employees to promote safety and health in the workplace,” said Ken Moses, Oxbow’s maintenance manager. “Brittany’s passion for the safety and wellbeing of her fellow employees aligns perfectly with Oxbow’s culture and is a part of what makes her a perfect fit for our team."

 

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