Troy L. Clark, CHST
Troy L. Clark has worked in the safety industry for more than 20 years specializing in construction and general industry policy development, behavioral based safety, fall protection, and safety management principals. He has work in a variety of capacities in a variety of industries to include; NPPD nuclear power; asbestos and lead abatement; Heavy Civil with Ames and SEMA Construction; and Commercial and government work to include, US Army Corp of Engineer construction sites with Hensel Phelps. He has also taught thousands of safety and management hours and assisted in the development of training videos for local contractors. He can create and update your safety program, conduct accident investigations, and advocate during OSHA investigations and post citation proceedings.
Troy joined Miller Safety Consulting in the spring of 2010 and quickly became an asset to the company. In 2011 he became a part owner and the sole owner in 2016. Miller Safety Consulting has evolved into MSC Safety Solutions and continues to develop new and innovative ways to bring safety and risk management to its clients. He is a member of the Nation AGC Health and Safety Committee and the ASSE. He is the administrator for Steel Erectors Safety Association of Colorado (SESAC), and has been a board member for the Metal Building Contractors and Erectors Association, Rocky Mountain Chapter.
Troy was born in a small town in Nebraska but, his family moved around until finally moving back to their home town of Culbertson for his high school years. After high school Troy joined the Army where he spent most of his time in Germany, patrolling the East German border. Returning home in 1988 he attended college at Peru State (NE). Eventually he moved to Colorado where he met his wife Catherine. Troy enjoys spending time with his family, upland game hunting with his dogs, he’s an avid motorcyclist, golfs, and in the winter tries to find time to get the snowmobiles out. Troy believes that we can succeed if we honor our past, present and future.