Nautique Boat Company’s Greg Meloon Named to Florida Chamber Safety Council Advisory Board

Joins the Florida Chamber Safety Council’s movement to make Florida the safest, healthiest and most sustainable state in America.

TALLAHASSEE, FL (July 7, 2021)— Nautique Boat Company President Greg Meloon is the newest Florida Chamber Safety Council Advisory Board member.

“The Florida Chamber Safety Council Advisory Board guides the vision and strategy behind creating national standards for workplace safety, implementing first-in-the-nation programs to prevent injuries, reduce operational costs, and improve production, performance and corporate culture,” said Florida Chamber Safety Council President Katie Yeutter. “Greg’s leadership, and his track record of safety in manufacturing, adds another layer to the Advisory Board as we build a culture of safety in Florida.”

The Florida Chamber Safety Council serves as the official state chapter of the National Safety Council and is Florida’s leading provider of workplace safety trainings while working to promote policies, practices and procedures leading to increased safety, protection and health in business and industry, in schools and colleges, on roads and highways, and in homes and communities.

“As our Advisory Board grows, the Florida Chamber Safety Council can better serve Florida’s business community by sharing more and more best practices across all industries,” said Florida Chamber Safety Council Chair Mark Morgan. “As a major manufacturer, Greg and Nautique Boat Company will help us foster a culture of safety, health and sustainability in every industry – which is essential to securing Florida’s future.”

Every day, the Florida Chamber Safety Council works with Florida companies to provide safety solutions that match the needs of every business through an extensive training program, offering a suite of training solutions which includes private 1-on-1 trainings to its employees, public trainings hosted across Florida, and an online, on-demand safety training platform that allows businesses across Florida to set up safety trainings for their employee from the comfort of their computer.

Advisory Board members include Jody McClure, director of Team Member, Legal, Risk & Insurance at ABC Fine Wine & Spirits; Robert Roncska, corporate executive director for high reliability and unit culture at AdventHealth; Dr. Joshua Chard, director of product and corporate safety at Altec Industries, Scott Frazer, corporate safety director at Boldt; George Zamora, director of safety with City Furniture; Erin Black, vice president of Sustainability and Risk Management at Coca-Cola Beverages Florida; Edwin Foulke, partner at Fisher Phillips;  Tom Baldwin, vice president of safety at Global Medical Response (GMR); John Trevathan, chief procurement officer and vice president of corporate services at GuideWell; Mark Morgan, senior human resources manager for corporate safety & workers’ compensation at NextEra Energy Inc.; Matt Fisher, senior vice president at Pike Electric; Sandy Hodes, senior vice president and deputy general counsel for Ryder System, Inc.; Chief Carl Metzger, associate vice president for public safety and chief of police at the University of Central Florida; Mark Ligon, vice president of safety & risk management at Vecellio Group; and Greg Hale, chief safety officer and vice president at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.

The Florida Chamber Safety Council’s second annual Southeastern Leadership Conference on Safety, Health and Sustainability, will be held March 30 – April 1, 2022, at Disney’s Contemporary Resort in Orlando. The event will attract business leaders from across Florida and the Southeast looking to learn and share the latest data/research, benchmarks and best practices for the safety, health and sustainability industry.

To learn more about the Florida Chamber Safety Council, visit