University of Wisconsin
Bachelors degree Environmental Engineering Sciences
University of Wisconsin
Completed all course work toward MS in Occupational Safety
Tulane School of Public Health
Several post-graduate courses in toxicology and industrial hygiene
Numerous Professional Development courses
Certified Industrial Hygienist
Certified Safety Professional
Certified by Wisconsin Board of VTAE to teach safety & health subjects
Certified by U.S. EPA and State of Wisconsin to teach asbestos accreditation
Diplomat of the American Academy of Industrial Hygiene
Certified by National Restaurant Assn. to teach “ServeSafe”, food safety course
Member of professional societies:
American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH)
American Public Health Association
National Safety Council (NSC)
Other related activities:
Governor Appointment to State of Wisconsin Hazardous Waste Pollution
Chairman of F&B Section of National Safety Council’s Business & Industry Div.
Past President of Badgerland Chapter of ASSE
Past member of Southeast Wisconsin Health Planning Council
Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health
Past Chairman of Occupational Safety and Health Advisory Committee
Of the Wisconsin Council of Safety
Member State of Wisconsin Task Force on Legionnaires Disease
Past member of Board of Directors of Madison Area Safety Council
Member of Executive Committee of Food & Beverage Section and Power
Press Section of the National Safety Council
Authored the Ergonomic chapter of the National Safety Council’s “Power Press Safety
Presented numerous safety and industrial hygiene papers to such groups as the NSC,
ASSE and AIHA
A Private Company in, Punta Gorda, FL (1978 to present) President. Provide technical and management counsel to individuals, private industry, and government agencies world-wide. Experience includes exposure assessments, developing and conducting training programs; identifying, evaluating and solving safety and environmental health problems; expert witness testimony; accident reconstruction; loss-prevention program design and management and industrial hygiene testing. Consultation activities often involve product liability, human factors engineering, evaluation of air contaminants, noise testing, warnings evaluation and determination of work relatedness of injury or illness. Expert witness and consulting experience in a wide variety of environments including: construction sites, public buildings, restaurants, retail stores, hospitals, manufacturing and assembly plants, camp grounds, and homes.
Waukesha County Technical Institute, Waukesha, Wisconsin. (1977-1979) Instructor/Consultant. Developed and taught courses entitled “Occupational Health” and “Environmental Instrumentation and Sampling”. Also taught course entitled “Safety Management”. Special consultation included developing and conducting seminars under a program funded by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Wisconsin Council of Safety, Madison, Wisconsin. (1975-1978). Director of Programs. Responsible for all safety and health training programs and consultation activities for 4,000-member organization. Responsibilities included developing and conducting new training programs and remaining informed of current and proposed safety and health regulations. Editor of Wisconsin “Safety and Health Report,” monthly update newsletter. Extensive lecturing and speaking experience at programs for schools, municipalities, private organizations and government agencies. Consultation activities included developing safety programs for private industry, worker compensation consulting and safety problem solving.
Self Employed, Milwaukee, WI (1973-1975) Safety and Industrial Hygiene Consultant. Provided safety and health audits of automobile dealerships, grocery stores and other retail establishments. Assisted clients in developing safety programs and eliminating safety and health hazards.
Liminetics Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (1971-1973) Environmental Consultant. Supervisor of Industrial Monitoring Department. Directed all stack sampling, ambient air monitoring, industrial hygiene, safety and noise survey projects. Responsibilities included proposal writing, program design, data analysis, report writing, and court testimony when required. Responsible for development of sampling instruments. Provided technical advice to municipalities and private industry regarding safety and health concerns. Remained informed of current and proposed environmental and safety legislation for all of the United States.
City of Oak Creek, Water and Sewer Utility, Oak Creek, Wisconsin. (1969-1970) Safety and Health inspection of utility construction projects and facilities. Conducted pollution control operations. Assisted in general water quality assurance.