The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) has hired Therese Cirone for the newly created position of vice president of safety, charged with leading all of ISRI’s safety efforts. Cirone’s responsibilities will include managing all elements of ISRI’s safety program, providing safety guidance to members, serving as a liaison with OSHA and working with ISRI’s team of safety professionals to strengthen and develop new tools and resources for members to enhance their safety programs.
Cirone is looking forward to working with the ISRI safety team to assist the membership in enhancing safety cultures and encouraging safety leadership throughout the organization.
Prior to joining ISRI Cirone was the vice president of health, environment, safety and security at the Chlorine Institute. Her primary responsibilities included providing leadership and support for the health and safety team, the environment and security team and associated issues and concerns in these areas along with developing guidelines, safety and health alerts, projects, regulatory updates and training seminars/workshops.
Before coming to the DC area Cirone held EHS leadership positions within various industries including RSR Corporation – a lead recycling operation – Diamond Shamrock Chemical Company/Occidental Chemical Corporation and Halliburton Energy Services.
Published in the November 2015 Edition of American Recycler News