Joseph Arnold

Joseph Arnold
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Joseph Arnold's Biography

Type Of Business:
Employee-owned engineering, architectural, environmental, and planning company
Marketing Area:
Safety; OSHA, MSHA and PHMSA regulations
Major Product/SVS:
Comprehensive solutions for government, industrial and commercial clients; Diverse range of capabilities to assist clients in the buildings, energy, environmental, infrastructure, transportation and water markets
Education Degrees:
Certified MSHA 24 New Miner and Eight Hour Refresher Trainer; Certified OSHA Outreach Training, OSHA 500, 501, 502, 503, 5600; 120 Hour Train the Trainers, Hazmat/Hazwoper; Hazwoper Incident Commander, Authorized Trainer, OSHA Hazwoper 8, 16, 24; 40-Hour OSHA 10 and 30 Construction and Millwright 16 Certified Trainer; Certified Disaster Site Trainer, Incident Commander, Department of Homeland Security; First Aid CPR/AED Certified Trainer, American Red Cross; Asbestos Site Supervisor, MN, ND, WI
Affiliations Awards:
American Welding Society; National Safety Council; Member, Guest Trainer, Minnesota Safety Council
Safety Management
Date of Distinction:
First Aid Training; CPR Training
Number Of Years In Profession:
Number Of Years In Current Position:
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
He attributes his success to having a passion for what he does and the determination to keep the company's workers safe. Mr. Arnold ensures that core safety is a value in the company.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
He became involved in his profession following a job that had him cleaning up toxic materials. This experience motivated Mr. Arnold to pursue a career that would allow him to ensure that people could work under safe conditions. His goal is to have all workers return home safely every night.
Position Responsibilities and Duties:
Serving as the director of safety; Training more than 750 active employees
President's Award for Safety Excellence, Xcel Energy (2009)
Where Will You Be In 5 Years:
In the coming years, Mr. Arnold would like to see the development of behavioral-based safety that is as automatic as breathing.
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