You can contact our trainers at the info below with any questions you may have about training courses or safety at your company. Over-the-phone consultation is free to IISC members!
Director of Program Development and Training
AdamF@iisc.org | 515-276-4724 ext. 221
As a seasoned safety & health professional Adam has over 14 years of experience navigating management, human resources, employee relations and worker development within General Industry. His extensive experience in team building, regulatory compliance, and performance management was pivotal in the reduction of safety violations and associated costs. His influence with continually bridging the gaps brought different groups of people from all levels of the organization together, to work towards creating a work environment that was safe for all employees. Adam is particularly well disciplined in National Safety Council’s Advanced Safety Certificate program and is an OSHA Authorized Outreach trainer in General Industry. He is the lead trainer for IISC and is highly respected in his abilities to engage students both in-person and through virtual media.
Todd@iisc.org | 515-276-4724 ext. 228
Todd has over 15 years of experience as a Safety Professional and Risk Manager. He started his career in the insurance world, where he worked in risk management, and then transitioned to a safety professional roll while working for Cargill. Todd continued his journey as a safety professional at DuPont Pioneer as a Safety Coordinator and worked his way up to a Safety, Health, and Environmental Supervisor. At his time at DuPont Pioneer Todd did everything from training employees, contractors, and visitors, to working with 5S, Lean, and Visual Manufacturing processes. Prior to working for IISC, Todd was the Risk Manager for the Story County Board of Supervisors where he created safety programs, worked with departments on creating JSAs, and implementing required safety programs.
Jennifer@iisc.org | 515-276-4724 ext. 226
Jennifer’s path to becoming a Safety & Health professional is a bit less traditional. Jennifer’s first realization of the importance of safety in the workplace came to light during her training/work as a case worker in corrections. The corrections environment drove home the importance of not being complacent when it comes to policies and procedures that are meant to keep individuals safe. As Jennifer’s career moved into manufacturing and design, the role of safety in the workplace took on other perspectives such as equipment safety, ergonomic challenges in the workplace, and safety committee projects and solutions on the manufacturing floor. While working as an Environmental Compliance Specialist, Jennifer pursued OSHA training and obtained her Safety, Health, & Environmental Professional (SHEP) certificate from the OSHA Training Institute. Jennifer is an OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer in General Industry and obtained an Occupational Safety Certificate from Iowa State University in 2021.
IISC Speaker Request
A big part of our mission involves public engagement. We welcome the opportunity to share our ideas and experiences at your next virtual or in-person event. If you would you like to request an IISC speaker at your next event, please email email@example.com.