I am a US Navy Veteran, located in Daphne, AL. I travel throughout the Southeast to train employees as well as subcontractors.
Before becoming a Qualified Trainer though EMS, I was a certified EMT-1 for 2 years in San Diego, manning their Patrol/Ambulance Vehicles.
I have been a certified trainer for construction safety since 2004.
A little more of my story:
In Jan. 04, 1989, I fell 14' to concrete working on the San Diego Convention Center. 2.5 years later, after the Doctors put Humpty Dumpty back together somewhat and PT/ET, I was lucky to finally secure a Project Coordinator's position. I started educating myself about safety and became an OSHA Construction Trainer and took that with prior college credits and received my BA in Occupational Safety & Health. I joined the National Association of Safety Professional NASP and through their educational training was awarded the Certified Safety Manager Certificate. There are many training certificates I have achieved, including Fall Protection/Prevention Trainer, CPR-AED-FIRST AID Trainer, Accident Investigation Specialist and U.S. Corps of Engineers/Naval Facilities Command 40 Hour EM 385-1-1 Trainer.