Joe Arway Joe is a Safety Professional with over 30 years’ experience in the safety field as a product specialist, OSHA Authorized Safety Trainer, Safety Consultant and small business owner. He is the founder
and president of The Safetyguys, LLC, a regional safety consulting company that works closely with small and medium sized construction clients. He is a member of the International Association for Fall Protection and has addressed
employer’s associations and groups throughout the US on safety issues.
Eric Buschard Eric Buschard, CHST, is the Safety Director for Monarch Construction Company. His career includes over 15 years of construction site work experience, including seven years with his current company.
As a Certified Health and Safety Technician, heavy equipment operator/trainer and OSHA authorized outreach trainer, Eric has helped revolutionize his company’s safety program. He is chair of the Allied Construction Industries
Safety Committee, a motivating leader of Monarch Construction Companies’ Safety Team and avid member of the Tri-State Safety Dialogue Group and Tri-State Safety Council. His goal is to make safety knowledge accessible to
everyone he works with. He is passionate about the study of human and organizational performance, resilient engineering and the “safety differently” approach.
Daryl A. Daniels Daryl Daniels CSP, CIT, is a Safety Professional and Industrial Hygienist with over 30 years of field work and management experience. Daryl has worked in the Aerospace Industry at the Kennedy
Space Center for Lockheed Space Operations, he has worked in Chemical Manufacturing, in the Electric Generation and Transmission industry, in the Automotive industry, and in the Public Sector. Daryl is also the founder and president
of CSP Safe LLC. Daryl’s work experience include Auditing, Chemical Exposure Assessments, Management Systems Development, Programs and Procedures Development, and Training.
Dave Ponder Dave Ponder, CSP, CHST, is the Health and Safety Director for Sunesis Construction Co. Mr. Ponder has over eighteen years in the health and safety field beginning with the US Navy Seabees. During which
he progressed from the rank of Constructionman to Petty Officer First Class. While serving, he oversaw the health and safety for multiple projects that he managed. After leaving the military Mr. Ponder moved on to the Occupational
Safety and Health Administration where he was a Compliance Safety and Health Officer in the Cincinnati Area Office for eight years. While with OSHA he conducted over 500 inspections of project sites, twenty of which were fatality