Safety Management Consultant, CSPHA, CEHT, WCP®
“There is no doubt that proper claims management is invaluable. However, the real return on investment is in the prevention of injuries.By ensuring we have a safe work force and accountability at all levels of leadership, we can ensure we will have a decrease in our losses and end the vicious cycle of decreased morale along with days away from work and decreased number of front line staff.”
Rob has over 25 years of experience in the health and safety field. During his career, he has worked with a wide range of industriesfrom military, manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, and special needs populations. Most recently, Rob worked with a large healthcare network which encompassed long term care, acute care, and ancillary services in the community. During this time, he championed their new Safe Patient Handling program. Rob also comes to MEMIC with years
of emergency management experience. He likes to use his talents to educate employees at all levels to realize that what they do has an effect on not only their job, but on those around them. Rob starts by helping leadership ensure they provide the “tools to succeed” because without this base, a program cannot be successful.
Rob retired in June 2017 after nearly 25 years of active and reserve service in the Navy, including many years providing medical care and leadership with Marine Corps infantry. Rob’s last assignment was as the Command Master Chief (E9) of Navy Operational Health Support Unit, Portsmouth, VA. He was responsible for all enlisted matters and provided guidance to the commanding officer for nearly 600 sailors at fourteen detachments in six states.
Rob is a member of the Mohawk Valley Safety Professionals Consortium, the Central New York Chapter of the American Society of Safety professionals and the Central NY Society of Healthcare Engineers. He has an Associate’s degree in Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences. He is
a Certified Environmental Health Technician (CEHT) by the National Environmental Health Association, a Certified Safe Patient Handling Associate and is designated as a Workers' Compensation Professional (WCP®) by AMCOMP.