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J. Mark Steinhofer, CHST, CUSP, CSP

Mark has held positions in the field of Occupational Safety and Health since 1997 beginning his career as a Quality/ Safety Engineer for General Electric (Louisville, KY). At GE he was involved with all health and safety programs related to Job Hazard Analysis (JSA), Six Sigma, ergonomics, as well as managing numerous training programs. He continued his career with Danis Environmental Industries (St. Petersburg, FL) as a Safety Engineer. At Danis Mark was responsible for planning and organizing site-wide safety programs, as well as safety auditing, training, environmental aspects and contractor safety. Since becoming a part of Safety Management Group in 2000, Mark has managed safety advisors and worked with a multitude of diverse clients within the pharmaceutical, construction, chemical, utility, and general industries.

In addition to holding positions as a Site Safety Advisor, Manager of Special Projects, and Environmental Manager at Safety Management Group, Mark has also consulted as an expert witness in several court cases, and is currently an adjunct professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis teaching an undergraduate course in construction safety and the OSHA standards. Mark is a certified 10 & 30 Hour OSHA instructor in Occupational Safety and Health Practices for the construction industry, has experience in ISO 14001/18001Lead Auditor training, and has received his Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST), Certified Utilities Safety Professional (CUSP) as well as his Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designation.

Career Summary

15+ Years HSE Experience


Bachelor of Science – Occupational Safety and Health

Master of Science – Safety Management

Doctorate of Philosophy – Safety Engineering

Professional Affiliations

Chairman, Indiana Occupational Safety Standards Commission (IOSSC)

Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety (MICCS)

American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)


Steinhofer, M. J. (2006, September). Cost Savings Through Better Safety. Construction Business Owner, 30-34.

Steinhofer, M. J. (2008, September). Drafting a Safety Program. Safety Solutions, 60-61.

Steinhofer, M. J. & Remter, D. (2009, January). Ten Steps to Safer Crane Operation.

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