SAF-1205 owns and operates a firm dedicated to consulting and training in human factors, ergonomics, and safety. He has been in the field since 1975. He also has twenty years of experience in the construction industry as the owner of a family business in marble and stone subcontracting. His responsibilities included supervision, sales, estimating, drafting, and administration. SAF-1205 also has many years of teaching experience at the university level. He has written a number of publications pertaining to human factors and ergonomics.
Ph.D., Safety/Ergonomics, Center for Safety, New York University
MBA, Industrial Psychology, Baruch School, City University of New York
BBA, Econometrics, Baruch School, City University of New York