Inspiring presenter who can relate “real life” to the training he provides.
Joe has a down-to-earth training style that is a direct result of his 40 years of experience in heavy equipment construction where he went from laborer to operator to manager. Joe was a training specialist for over eight years at Trucco Construction, which provided a natural transition for him to become a speaker and implementation specialist for the past nine years.
Joe has assisted company safety directors with management and employee training in preparation for receiving Star Approval in OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Program. He has been a popular speaker at the Ohio B.W.C Safety Expo, Eastern Kentucky University, Army Corps of Engineers Construction Roundtable, Kentucky Governor’s Safety and Health Conference, Kentucky League of Cities Insurance Services Safety Day, numerous safety council safety expos and many safety day events for companies throughout Ohio and Kentucky.
Joe shares his compelling story of surviving a near-fatal trench collapse accident and how knowing the SafeStart concepts beforehand would have helped him to prevent this life threatening accident. Joe’s commitment to family helps season his training sessions with a deeprooted and sincere concern for the safety of session attendees, families and friends. Session attendees respond well to Joe’s presentations because he is relevant on a number of levels.
Joe’s personal anecdote was impactful. It was engaging and entertaining for a safety meeting.
Buried Alive: A Survivor’s Story
Being buried alive is probably one of the most terrifying experiences to happen to anyone. Joe describes how he survived a near-fatal trench collapse and shares his recollections of how complacency and fatigue lead to some serious errors and even worse consequences.