Dallas, Texas 08/27/2013 (Financialstrend) – Alcoa Inc (NYSE:AA) today declared promotions, which will expand the company’s headship in the area of atmosphere, wellbeing and security and augment the firm’s biz growth and asset management potentialities internationally.
Mike Barriere, VP, Human Resources, was given the position of Executive VP, HR and Environment, Health and Safety (EHS). Barriere will carry on reporting to Alcoa Chairman and chief executive officer Klaus Kleinfeld and to be an associate of the company’s Executive Council, the senior management group, which sets business plan.
Kevin McKnight, Director, EHS & Sustainability, will turn out to be Chief Sustainability Officer and VP of Environment, Health and Safety. He will report to Mike. McKnight succeeds Kevin Anton who proposes to leave the firm at 2013 end after over thirty years in the metals and mining business, comprising 15 with the company.
Kenneth Wisnoski, President of Global Primary Products – Growth, Bauxite and Africa, has become President of the recently produced International Project Growth and Asset Management section, effective instantly.
“By linking the company’s wellbeing and security proposals with our Human Resources’ duty for employee wellness, medicinal advantages as well as training, we have fortified Alcoa’s capability to make sure the wellbeing of our staff,” stated Klaus Kleinfeld, Company’s Chairman and CEO.
“The new project development and asset management group will play an important role in Alcoa’s growth, formulating and fabricating innovative projects and handling the disposition and remediation of curbed assets.”
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