Brian Fitzpatrick brings experience in developing, implementing, and managing a wide range of environmental health and safety systems; for over two decades he has worked at sensitive sites and chemically diverse facilities across North America. Brian has extensive expertise in OSHA general industry, process safety management and construction safety programs. He is also an active member of the Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals and the New England chapter of the Academy of Certified Hazardous Materials Managers.
Brian sees people as the common link between all work environments – and that an organization’s success derives from empowering its people to safely work within the complex, living processes in which they operate. He is a student of human factors in the workplace, of the phenomena of human error and drift into failure, and of the safety applications of lean techniques.
Brian received his Master of Public Administration in environmental policy from Syracuse University, where he was honored with the Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence. He received his Bachelor of Science in environmental science from UMASS Amherst and served in the U.S. Army from 1989 to 1998.