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Trucking Safety Council of B.C. appoints new executive director

LANGLEY, B.C. -- The Trucking Safety Council of B.C. (TSCBC) has appointed John McMahon as its new executive director.


LANGLEY, B.C. — The Trucking Safety Council of B.C. (TSCBC) has appointed John McMahon as its new executive director.

Formerly the director of operations and marketing at FIOSA-MIOSA Safety Alliance of B.C., McMahon is a senior environmental health and safety practitioner with international experience working across a range of industry sectors, including transportation and trucking. He has held a variety of senior safety and risk management advisory roles within organizations that have logistics and distribution operations, including a career as a government inspector in Food Safety, Environmental Protection, and Health and Safety enforcement in the U.K. McMahon has also worked as head adviser and consultant to a number of multinational blue chip companies in sectors that include aviation, retail, logistics and leisure and hospitality.

McMahon has a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Glasgow. He also holds an Honors Degree in Environmental Health and a Diploma in Occupational Safety Health from the University of Strathclyde, a Diploma in Advanced Food Safety Management and HACCP from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, a Diploma in Environmental Health and is a qualified Prince 2 Project Manager and OHSAS 18001 Auditor. He is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health and a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP).

“The TSCBC welcomes John and looks forward to benefiting from his expertise and leadership as the organization continues to grow,” the organization said in a release.


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