Joe Amara

Safety Director Atlanta, GA

As a Safety Director, Joe formulates, develops, and coordinates the safety and loss control functions for the organization. Some of his responsibilities include conducting safety training, visiting job sites to support and encourage safe behavior, and providing feedback to employees on safety practices - all while developing, recommending, and implementing new safety policies and/or strategic objectives, staying current with OSHA, DOT, EPA, MSHA, and other regulations and industry trends.

Joe joined Faith Technologies in 2006, and currently oversees the company’s safety and health program at the Atlanta branch. He holds a Master’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health from the University Of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and enjoys traveling, listening to music, catching up with news and current affairs, as well as spending time with family and friends.

Direct and Indirect Costs of Workplace Injuries

Providing Safety Training in the Era of COVID-19

Applying the Hierarchy of Controls to COVID-19 Safety

Fatigue Management in the Workplace

Reducing Jobsite Risks Through the Hierarchy of Controls

Leading and Lagging Indicators of Safety Performance

Faith Technologies Launches “What’s Your Why?” Safety Campaign

OSHA’s New Silica Rule Goes Into Effect

Keeping Workers Safe Through the DFCS Concept

Three Key Pillars that Support Faith’s Uncompromised Focus on Keeping People Safe

Faith Technologies Partners with OSHA for National Safety Stand-Down 2016

Faith Technologies Rolls Out Energized Work Process

Targeting New Employees to Achieve Safety Excellence

Summer Safety: Beat the Heat

Operational Risk Management: Five Steps to Enhance Safety, Productivity, and Efficiency

Take Safety Home