Roger Young

Roger Young, MS

Senior Safety and Health Specialist


Occupational Safety Management
MS Marshall University
Occupational Safety
BS Glenville State College

Experience and Expertise

Mr. Young possesses over fifteen years of applied construction safety and health experience. During this time, Roger has supported contractor safety and health efforts at multiple public and private projects, including the National Institute of Health, National Cancer Institute, and University of Maryland. Main areas of responsibility included conducting job-site audits, overseeing sub-contractor compliance, conducting OSHA 10 and 30-hour training for employees and project supervision, and teaching Competent Person level courses in Excavation/Trenching, Scaffolding, Fall Protection Systems, and Incident Investigation. In addition Mr. Young has also provided regional support for a large industrial maintenance/construction contractor servicing clientele including Dow Chemical, and Bayer CropScience and MaterialScience. In this capacity, Roger ensured compliance with Owner site procedures and permitting processes, coordinated weekly safety meetings and employee orientation, conducted required OSHA training, conducted incident and root cause analysis, and provided Qualified and Competent Person training for multiple safety disciplines. Roger was also the coordinator for all construction courses provided by the West Virginia University Safety and Health Extension.

Additional Training and Education

OSHA Institute OSHA 500 Authorized Instructor for OSHA Voluntary Compliance Course for Construction, OSHA 3015 Excavation, Trenching, Soil Mechanics, OSHA 311 Fall Protection and Fall Arrest Systems, Crane Institute of America, Cranes and Rigging, Scaffold Institute Competent Person Training


American Society of Safety Professionals