Heather Earl, CSP, CPEA is manager of safety services for the Magic Kingdom® Park at the Walt Disney World Resort where she leads a team of safety professionals who oversee the safety program for more than 10,000 cast members in Attractions, Custodial, Entertainment, Foods, Merchandise, Security, Horticulture, Photography, Costuming, Engineering, as well as Food Safety and Public Health. Earl previously worked for Tyson Foods as health and safety operations manager, where her team of 20 safety, nursing, and fleet safety professionals led health and safety programs for facilities in 11 states and Mexico. Facilities included poultry/beef slaughter and further processing, feedmills/delivery, hatcheries, truck maintenance, rendering, flour tortilla, canned ham, turkey, proprietary breeding stock operations, and live production/farming.
Earl is a certified safety professional, a certified professional safety and health auditor, and a Professional American Society of Safety Engineers member. She was honored as the 2006 Arkansas Safety Professional of the Year, 2010 Central Florida Safety Professional of the Year, and 2010 Region IV Safety Professional of the Year. Earl also received the 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012 North American Occupational Safety and Health Week Champion awards.
She has a bachelor's degree in agricultural operations management and a master's degree in agriculture, both from the University of Florida.
Earl serves on the Advisory Board of the Human Society of Polk County and volunteers with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office/Save Our Homeless Pets program.
Heather speaks on Sunday, July 14 at 5:45 p.m.
Tony Moore is the director of EHS for SeaWorld, Orlando, Aquatica
& Discovery Cove. Moore's current responsibilities include
overseeing a department of more than 100 team members and safety
operations of all Orlando parks. He manages all OSHA training and
compliance, park emergency action plan, and environmental
compliance with EPA. In addition, Moore oversees litigation and
general liability claims and prevention and is responsible for
the park's health service team and medical response teams for guests and
Moore has been in his current
position since January 2011. Before that, he served as the director of operation for SeaWorld
Orlando for three years. He has also served as the executive assistant to president of Busch Entertainment Corporation, the director of operations for Discovery Cove, and the manager of operations at Universal Studios Orlando. Moore received his bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of
Tony speaks on Tuesday, July 16 at 10 a.m.