Dave Daniels

August 13, 2014

Professional Profile

Risk Manager/Safety Instructor

  • President and owner of The Safety Consortium, Inc. Established in 1996
  • Ten years as a Loss Control Representative for St. Paul Insurance
  • Ten years as Safety and Loss Control in a heavy industrial environment
  • Four years as a Regional Safety Director for a Company that was in the top 50 of the ENR
  • Five years Vice President of Marketing and Training for a Safety and Health Training and Consulting Firm, Attitudes Incorporated
  • Six Years on the Board of Directors of a Safety Training and Compliance Training organization.
  • Fourteen years in heavy industrial construction, working in various crafts
  • Worked in and associated with construction for 25 years
  • Provided expert witness in legal cases

Guest Presenter at the Following:

  • NASA, Annual guest speaker at the Safety Shut Down
  • American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Southern California
  • Golden Empire Safety Society, Annual Speaker
  • Associated Building Contractors, Annual Speaker
  • Wyoming Contractors Association, Annual Speaker

Training Certifications

  • NCCER, National Center for Construction Education and Research, Instructor
  • OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Outreach, Instructor
  • MSHA Surface & Underground Mining, Instructor
  • MSHA First Aid, Trainer
  • HAZWOPER 40 Hour, Instructor
  • Hazmat Emergency Response, Instructor
  • Industrial & Surface Mine Rescue, Instructor Trainer
  • Confined Space and Confined Space Rescue, Instructor Trainer
  • American Heart CPR, Instructor
  • Defensive Driver, Instructor
  • UITC Petroleum Refinery, Instructor
  • Competent person Instructor Trainer
  • COHC Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist

Professional Associations & Accomplishment

  • Member of the American Association of Safety Engineers since 1994
  • Board member for the First National Surface Mine Competition
  • Board member for the First International Surface Mine Competition
  • Member of Utah American Building Contractors
  • Member of Utah Association of General Contractors

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