Troy L Clark has worked in the
safety industry for more than 18 years and spent time in a variety of
industries. He worked at the NPPD
nuclear power station in Brownville Nebraska; in the abatement industry with
Bockmann Inc. and LVI Services; in the Heavy Civil industry with Ames and SEMA
Construction; and with Hensel Phelps where he managed the safety for several US
Army Corp of Engineer construction sites. Troy is knowledgeable and conducts
training in many subjects to include, OSHA 10 and 30 hours, MSHA Part 48 above
ground metal/nonmetal, Safeland, Federal Railroad Administration, CPR/1st Aid,
and asbestos and lead awareness, to just name a few. He can help you update your safety program,
conduct accident investigations, and advocate during OSHA investigations and
post citation proceedings.
Troy joined Miller Safety in the spring of 2010 and quickly became an asset to the
company. In 2011 he became a part owner
and will be Steve Millers successor in 2015.
In Troy’s spare time, he enjoys time with family and friends, taking his
motorcycle on mountain rides, and he is an avid upland game hunter. He loves working with his dogs. Feel free to contact Troy with all your
safety needs and concerns.
Consultant & Safety Specialist
Rich Trosper hails from Ogallala, Nebraska originally. His career
started in heavy industrial rigging and ironwork in western Nebraska and
Wyoming. He managed a large rental fleet of heavy lift crawler cranes
in western Wyoming for ten years and then came to Denver where he worked
for a local tower crane rental company. From there, he hired on with a
local crane rental and sales company where he became the area's top
Liebherr crane salesman. Rich spent a couple of years operating large
hydraulic and lattice crawler cranes for local steel erectors in the
Denver area before being recruited by Miller Safety Consulting where his
duties include training, mobile and tower crane inspections, and other
safety management responsibilities on behalf of our clients.
||Eli T Chavez career in safety started while serving as a Marine with
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific in Hawaii. After completing 10 years
of active duty service he served as a Department of Defense (DoD)
federal employee for eight years as an Occupational Safety & Health
Specialist, and then as a Ground Safety Director, managing programs
such as Occupational Safety & Health, Traffic Safety, General
Industry, Construction Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Explosive Safety,
& Risk Management. Eli had also been part of a DoD working group to
reduce traffic fatalities for the military and had been a speaker for
the National LifeSavers Conference for several years. Eli has been in
Safety since August of 1997 and an active OSHA Outreach Instructor since
the early 2000's. In 2007, Eli returned to his native roots here in
Colorado claiming he missed the Rocky Mountains & outdoor activities
such as Snowboarding, hand fishing, hunting, and camping. He worked as
a Safety Manager for W.L. Contractors Inc., for six years & also
re-enlisted with Army Reserves before joining our team here at Miller
Safety as Safety Consultant & OSHA Outreach Instructor.
Paula Hirsch is the Adminstrative Assistant in the office. Her
background has been in customer service for the past twenty years and
she helps Pat Miller with the day to day operations in the office.
Paula is originally from Wisconsin and she has made Colorado her home
since 1986. While Paula's Aunt was Brett Favre's teacher in High
School, she still roots for the Broncos!
Steve has over 40 years of experience in construction and safety management. He has been an independent Safety Consultant for construction safety and health since 1990, specializing in general safety policy and program development, steel erection, rigging and safety programs, and fall protection specialization. Steve developed and patented two fall protection safety devices for Ironworkers and Riggers that are now commonly used throughout North America. He has also taught thousands of safety and management hours on HazCom, Trenching, Rigging, Crane Safety, Steel Erection, General Safety Management Principles, and developed training videos for local contractors. He has written extensively on the subject of construction and crane safety including Partnering in Construction, McGraw Hill (Hardcover). Steve is a NCCCO accredited practical examiner. Steve Miller is retired on December 15th, 2015.