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Maurizio Delcaro

Maurizio’s interesting career experiences have convinced him that a strong commitment to operational efficiency at all levels is the greatest factor in maximizing safety and productivity. He has been an EHS administrator, construction safety consultant, college instructor, ergonomics specialist, project manager at environmental remediation sites involving radioactive materials, and has worked for OSHA. He has served on boards of directorship and committees and speaks frequently at conferences and conventions.

During North Dakota's construction and oil boom, Maurizio was busy serving the state's chapter of Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America, where he provided comprehensive EHS service & support to over 200 member organizations annually. During his four year tenure, the membership was led to three first-place finishes at the Construction Safety Excellence Awards. One member contractor was recognized for having the best construction safety system in the nation in 2013 and another was named to the list of America's Safest Companies by EHS Today magazine; both firsts in North Dakota history.

Maurizio holds the CSP, CET, OHST, and CHST credentials with the Board of Certified Safety Professionals and the CEHT credential with the National Environmental Health Association. He completed graduate curricula in Occupational and Environmental Health and Occupational Ergonomics.

He is a big fan of mountains, rivers, and trees, and likes hiking, nature photography, and tinkering with his 1967 AMC Marlin in his free time.
Recent Articles by Maurizio Delcaro

Office Workstation Ergonomics and Positioning

Studies have shown that extended seated work increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and a number of other chronic ailments. Learn how to adjust your workspace to suit your personal ergonomic needs.

OSHA’s 43-Year Effort to Update Its Fall Protection Standards is Almost Over

It has been 43 years since OSHA began the process to harmonize its construction and general industry fall protection standards, and the end of this process is near.