2018 Inductee:

Mano NazarMano Nazar

President, Nuclear Division and Chief Nuclear Officer
NextEra Energy, Inc.

Mr. Nazar is responsible for safe operations of the company’s eight nuclear units, including NextEra’s Point beach location in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, on the shores of Lake Michigan. The plant has been recognized by OSHA as a Voluntary Protection Program Star worksite since 2011. Additionally, NextEra’s Point Beach location is rated as a #1 top-performing facility by the Institute of Nuclear Power Operators and is in the top decline in safety performance.

Nazar was named president and chief nuclear officer of the nuclear division in 2014. Previously, he served as executive vice president and chief nuclear officer, and chief operating officer of the company’s nuclear division. Nazar joined NextEra Energy in November 2007. He is a leader in nuclear fleet excellence with more than 30 years of extensive nuclear industry experience. Prior to joining NextEra Energy, he served as senior vice president and chief nuclear officer at American Electric Power. Before that, Nazar was senior vice president of nuclear operations of Nuclear Management Company, where he was responsible for Westinghouse reactor sites.

The following Individuals have been inducted in past years:

2018

2016

 Mano Nazar
Mano Nazar
President, Nuclear Division and Chief Nuclear Officer
NextEra Energy, Inc.

Daniel T. Ariens
Chairman & CEO
Ariens Company

2015

2014

2013

 2012

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 Bill Morgan
President
Johnsonville Sausage
Don Zietlow
CEO & Owner
Kwik Trip, Inc
.Timothy J. Howald
Chairman & CEO
Tweet/Garot Mechanical, Inc.
 Mike Swenson
Former President/CEO
Northern States Power Company-Wisconsin; Xcel Energy, Inc.

2011

2010

2009

2008

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Jim Leef
President
ITU, Inc.
Curtis Hoppestad
Global Director
Riding Lawn Equipment
John Deere Horicon Works
Jerry Ryder
President
InSinkErator Division, Emerson Appliance Solutions
Mark Glendenning
President and CEO
Inland Label and Marketing Services

2007

2006

2005

2004

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Robert Cervenka
Founder, Chairman and CEO
Phillips Plastics Corporation
Dale Schuh
Chairman, President and CEO
Sentry Insurance
John Baumann
President
Colony Brands, Inc.
Brad Rosenwald
President
Vulcan Chemicals

2003

2002

Tom Boldt
CEO
The Boldt Company
Erroll Davis
President and CEO
Alliant Energy/Wisconsin Power and Light Company

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


In 2001, the Wisconsin Safety Council established the Wisconsin Safety Hall of Fame to recognize high achievement and encourage progress toward a safer and healthier Wisconsin. It symbolizes the Council’s commitment to safety and health.

An individual is inaugurated into the Wisconsin Safety Hall of Fame annually. The recipient is a chief executive officer (CEO), president, or other high-level operating official of an organization that has distinguished itself over a period of years for outstanding achievements in workplace and off-the-job safety and health, community service, environmental stewardship, and responsible citizenship.

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