Human Condition Safety Names New Management Team

Human Condition Safety (HC Safety), an early-stage company applying IoT and predictive analytics to workplace safety, today announced the appointment of a new management team to lead the organization into a new phase of growth. New appointments include Greg Wolyniec as president and CEO, Gary Foreman as CTO, and Adam Bellin as business development lead. Additionally, Alexander R. Baugh, president of liability and financial lines at AIG will serve as chairman of HC Safety’s board of directors and Robert Voreyer, managing director of Spencer Holt Advisors, has been appointed a director of the board.


These appointments mark the achievement of an operating milestone for HC Safety as it transitions from a rapid R&D and proof of concept development organization to one focused on commercialization and deployment of products and services. The company has seen great success with pilot programs for modular and integrated products, including wearable sensor-enabled telemetry and location services, virtual reality training, safety simulation modeling, and predictive analytics for risk mitigation.


“After a period of successful prototyping, we are excited to turn our attention to roll out scaled launches of our products to workplace safety-focused clients while we expand our strategic partner network,” says Greg Wolyniec, CEO. “The passion of our fantastic team to make workers safer and workplaces run with greater efficiency is recognized through client feedback that has been overwhelmingly positive.”


Mr. Wolyniec was most recently head of commercial insurance strategy and innovation at AIG and has over a decade of experience restructuring and positioning organizations for success in the market.  As part of this transition, two of HC Safety’s founders and former executives, Peter E. Raymond and Oliver Rothauser, have left to incubate new ventures.


AIG announced in January 2016 that it had made a strategic investment in HC Safety.