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White House nominates Scott Mugno to head OSHA

White House nominates Scott Mugno to head OSHA

President Donald Trump will nominate Scott Mugno as assistant secretary of the U.S. Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the White House said Friday.

Mr. Mugno is currently the vice president for safety, sustainability, and vehicle maintenance at FedEx Ground, a unit of FedEx Corp. Previously, Mr. Mugno was the managing director for corporate safety, health and fire protection at FedEx Express in Memphis, Tennessee, according to a statement from the White House.

Mr. Mugno is based in Pittsburgh.


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