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David Martin is a workplace safety trainer and consultant, providing safety services at workplaces of all kinds. He retired from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration after a 30 year career with the agency. He served as a Compliance Assistance Specialist, and Assistant Area Director, OSHA inspector and an OSHA Training Specialist. He has taught at businesses, schools and colleges and at construction sites and mines. During his career with OSHA he investigated accidents and fatalities, and completed 1100 OSHA inspections at industrial facilities, construction sites, health care facilities, underground and surface mines, and nuclear power sites. He has testified in legal proceedings before the OSHA Review Commission and has served as a technical expert in worker compensation cases. He was a Training Specialist for the Mine Safety and Health Administration for 8 years, and completed four safety assignments as an occupational safety and health technical expert in China and Indonesia for the International Labor Organization (ILO), where he helped establish and evaluate training institutes for workplace and mine inspectors. He volunteered as an OSHA inspector at the World Trade Center disaster recovery.

The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry has authorized him to provide training for Certified Workplace Safety Committee members. He is a member of the Central Pennsylvania Safety Association, and the Joseph A. Holmes Safety Association, and holds a Master of Education degree from the University of the Philippines, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Providence College. He has been a keynote and featured speaker at conferences, seminars and safety classes across the United States and in China and Indonesia.

Our Services

Available Trainings:
100% Fall Protection
Accident Prevention
Bloodborne Pathogens
Competent Person – Excavations
Competent Person – Fall Protection
Conducting Tailgate Meetings
Confined Space
Contractor’s Safety & Health Program
Control of Hazardous Energies
Crane Safety
Demolition Hazards
Electrical Safety
Emergency Action Planning
Emergency Response
Employer/Employee Responsibility
Fall Protection
Fire Prevention
General Housekeeping
Ground Fault Protection
Hazard Communication
How to Read a MSDS
Materials Handling
Motorized Mobile Platforms
Noise and Hearing Protection
Office Safety
OSHA 300 Reporting and Record Keeping
Personal Protective Equipment
Power Tool Use and Guarding
Respiratory Protection
Safety & Health During Disaster Recovery
Scaffolds Erection Guidelines
Scaffolds User Guidelines
Spray Coating Operations
Stairways and Ladders
Subpart C – Construction General Safety
Subpart D – Construction Health Hazards
Subpart D – Occupational Health
Subpart Q – Concrete and Masonry
Subpart R – Steel Erection
Trenching and Excavation
Welding/Hot Work
Workzone Traffic Control
Lockout/Tagout – Total De-energization
Disaster Site Worker
Mine Safety & Health Administration
Incident Investigation
Introduction to OSHA
Safety Training Methods
Accident Investigation & Analysis and Interviewing Skills
OSHA Top 10 Most Frequently Cited
Machine Safeguarding
OSHA Inspections
Developing Effective Safety & Health Management Programs
Safety Committees
OSHA Recordkeeping
Competent Person – Powered Platforms
Competent Person – Electrical
Competent Person – Respirators
Workplace Violence – Prevention
NFPA 70E Arc Flash Compliance Training
Confined Space Entry
Voluntary Protection Program
MSHA 8-hour Annual Refresher (Part 46 or Part 48)

Available Services:
Site Inspections

Seminars