Carnival Corp. appoints members to safety board
Carnival Corp. appointed four members to its Safety and Reliability Review Board, which is intended to provide third-party perspective on safety issues.
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They are Mark Buzby, Joseph Campbell, Ray Valeika and John Lauber.
Rear Admiral Buzby will be retiring from the U.S. Navy on Aug. 1 after a 34-year career as a Surface Warfare officer. For the past three-and-a half years, he commanded the Navy's Military Sealift Command.
Rear Admiral Campbell was an engineering duty officer in the U.S. Navy for more than 32 years. He served in various waterfront maintenance tours and commanded Norfolk Naval Shipyard for two separate periods from 2003 to 2006 and from 2012 to 2013.
Valeika, an aviation operations expert, is retired from Delta Air Lines as senior vice president, technical operations. He works as an independent consultant for global maintenance and engineering firms.\
Lauber was previously senior vice president and chief product safety officer for Airbus SAS in Toulouse, France, and also was vice president of safety and technical affairs for Airbus North America in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining Airbus, he was vice president of corporate safety and compliance at Delta Air Lines.
Carnival also named several internal members of the board, including Martin Landtman, senior vice president marine operations; Richard O’Hanlon, vice president, nautical and safety operations; and Mark Jackson, vice president, technical operations.
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