Safety Summit - Safety Issues for Municipal Solid Waste Workers#Safety #WASTECON2015Proceedings #WASTECON #2015
Del Lisk, Vice President of Safety Services, Lytx.
Tony Miano, Solid Waste Manager, City of Tempe
Nathan Brainard, Vice President, Insurance Office of America
Thursday, August 27
11:30a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Capping of this year’s Safety Summit, this session will include a panel of industry leaders on the topic of safety among MSW workers. They will look at why our industry has traditionally been so dangerous, and discuss how we might move ourselves out of the top ten most dangerous. From safety programs to safety culture, from large municipalities to small towns, this far-ranging discussion will not only seek to diagnose the problem, but also solutions. Audience participation is strongly encouraged in the session as we all work together to be safe and SWANA strong.
Del Lisk serves as Vice President of Safety Services for Lytx. In this role, he serves Lytx's chief safety and training liaison for its more than 1300 fleet customers. Del is a Certified Transportation Professional and an active member in several motor vehicle safety groups such as the National Safety Council's Transportation Safety Division and the American Society of Safety Engineer's Transportation Practice Specialty. Del has presented at countless conferences and has appeared on Good Morning America, Inside Edition, Discovery Channel, and other television shows. Prior to joining Lytx, Lisk spent 21 years with Smith System Driver Improvement Institute, a leader in professional driver training. Most recently, he served seven years as company president. While at Smith Systems, Lisk developed fleet safety program and personally delivered training to more than 10,000 fleet drivers.
Tony Miano has 35 years in the solid waste industry starting his career washing trash containers for SCA services. He retired from the city of Phoenix as the Interim Assistant Public Works Director with 29 years of service. He currently is the Public Works Manager for the city of Tempe. Tony holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Occupational Education from Wayland Baptist University, graduating Cum Laude. Tony also maintains active membership in the American Public Works Association (APWA), and is a Past President of Arizona Chapter Solid Waste Association of North America.
Nathan Brainard joined Insurance Office of America in 2005. He is responsible for establishing the corporation’s Environmental Division, and his client list has grown to include, but is not limited to: recycling centers, landfills, trans-loading operations, material recovery facilities, asbestos and soil abatement services, demolition contractors, residential and commercial waste collection companies, water treatment facilities, and portable toilet/septic companies.
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