Brad Hunt joined Safety Management Group in May, 2004. Brad obtained his BS in Safety Management from Indiana State University in 2001. He served as a Safety and Human Resources Director for Eagle Services Corporation in Burns Harbor, Indiana from 2001 until 2004, performing safety training, site observations, outage/shutdown safety oversight, and updating safety programs for the company. Brad has also performed work in sales and residential construction.
From 2004 to 2011, Brad worked with pharmaceutical and engine manufacturing companies to develop, implement, and manage contractor safety programs that exceed OSHA requirements. Additionally, Brad has lead safety oversight for a multitude of multi-million dollar construction projects.
In 2011, Brad joined the Safety Services Group, where his role includes developing written safety programs, performing jobsite observations, delivering safety training, and providing clients with safety representation.
In 2016, Brad started his current role as Safety Services Manager. His duties include: account management, oversight of safety advisors, new project start up, site observations, training, performance management, program development, proposals, contracts, and staffing.
- Indiana State University
Bachelor of Science-Safety Management, 2001
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
- 17 years of safety experience
- Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)
- American Red Cross Certified First Aid, CPR, AED Instructor
- Subject matter expert in the following:
- Confined Space Entry
- Trenching & Excavation
- Fall Prevention and Protection
- First Aid, CPR, AED
- Lead incident investigations and conduct root cause analysis
- Contractor Safety Management Programs (CSMP)
- Owner Controlled Insurance Programs (OCIP)
- Track and trend unsafe acts and conditions
- Conduct project safety observations
- Review project specific safety plans
- Provide technical interpretations of OSHA
- Develop written safety programs
- Administer claims management for client incidents
- Facilitate safety training