Circa 1932-Lunch Atop a Skyscraper
1905 Shipbuilding Welder
Circa 1910-Log Pond
Cotton Mill 1909 Courtesy of Smithsonian
Circa 1920-Dipper

George Walker

Safety Consultant

Mr. Walker has accumulated over 45 years in the safety and health profession. This began in the field of Emergency Medical Services with achieving the accreditation as of one of the first licensed Paramedics in New York City, Newark and Jersey City, New Jersey.  Followed with entrepreneurial ventures in the auto industry and professional motorsports in Orange County, California, George became an EMS manager in Los Angeles County. Further pursuing a safety career, George accepted a position with Amtrak in New York City,  as a locomotive specialist and safety coordinator. This lead to training personnel, and developing and writing the emergency action plan for New York's Penn Station and the largest passenger rail yard in the country of over 800 rail employees. Being offered a position with OSHA in Vermont, George became a Compliance Officer and later was promoted to Senior Investigator.   He specializing in complex fatality investigations, developing safety and health management systems, VPP and discrimination/retaliation allegation investigations, while performing hundreds of workplace inspections of all types of industries. George has retired from OSHA and relocated to Northern California and will lend not only his regulatory experience, but also his knowledge of the practical application of regulations on businesses.