BISMARCK, N.D., Friday, Feb. 12, 2016 – The North Dakota Safety Council (NDSC) has welcomed three new staff members in the past month.
Sarah Lund joins the NDSC as an Office Coordinator with over 12 years of experience in customer service and management, including six years as the manager for Applebee’s in Bismarck. As a graduate of Dickinson State University, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management. Lund will oversee all administrative tasks for the company, including supervising administrative staff and managing daily operations.
Lund can be reached at (701) 223-6372 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the NDSC’s First Aid Coordinator, Chelle Timmreck brings a wealth of knowledge to the NDSC in management, sales, communication and marketing. Utilizing her experience as an emergency medical technician intermediate (EMT-I), Timmreck will be responsible for coordinating and expanding all CPR/AED/First Aid programs throughout North Dakota.
Timmreck can be reached at (701) 751-6107 or email@example.com.
Gus Gantzer has been hired as a new Safety Consultant for the NDSC. Prior to the NDSC, he worked for 20 years as a Journeyman Electrician and has eight years of experience as a Controls Technical Expert for the US Government. Gantzer also has prior experience as a certified course instructor with knowledge in development and implementation of courses. He is currently qualified to teach Defensive Driving – 4 Hour, Coach Me Advanced Behind-the-Wheel, Adverse Weather Driving, Responsible Beverage Server, and Refinery Safety Orientation.
Gantzer can be reached at (701) 751-4955 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The North Dakota Safety Council is a private non-profit organization supported through grants, donations and membership. Our mission is to save lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, on the roads and in our homes and communities. With more than 1,000 member companies representing all sizes of all industries, the NDSC is an active participant in influencing safe practices across North Dakota.