Charlotte, NC-based 3PL looks to Glenn Oakley to advance health and safety initiatives across facility network.
CHARLOTTE, NC (February 25, 2021) – Bonded Logistics, a turnkey provider of third-party logistics (3PL) solutions, announces that Glenn Oakley has joined the company as Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager.
“We are glad to have Glenn onboard with us at Bonded,” states Ryan Haas, Chief Financial Officer of Bonded Logistics. “A commitment to safety is heavily engrained in our company culture, and having someone like Glenn dedicated to that task is extremely important to us. We look forward to seeing how he can take what we already have in place and push it to the next level.”
Prior to joining Bonded, Oakley worked as the Corporate Safety Consultant with Employbridge, where he was responsible for the safety of their associates while working on assignment at a wide variety of manufacturing and distribution facilities across the eastern region. Before that, the 15-year safety veteran served as Safety Manager for CEVA Logistics, a global third-party logistics and supply chain management company, in multiple locations across Tennessee. Oakley reports to Brenda Settles, Director of Human Resources for Bonded Logistics.
“Glenn comes to us with great industry experience, not only within a 3PL environment but with companies we are doing business with,” adds Settles. “His track record shows he is dedicated to ensuring the health and safety of the employee while at the same time helping the business operate without interruption. I believe he’s going to make a big difference very quickly across the organization.”
“It’s been an exciting few weeks getting up to speed with all the safety efforts,” says Oakley, who is an authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer and MESH (Manager Environmental Safety and Health) certified. “From what I can tell, health and safety already have a big presence across all of Bonded’s divisions. It will be my job to tweak and fine-tune those efforts to make sure we are meeting the necessary compliance factors and advancing safety as much as possible.”