Primary Areas of Expertise
OSHA & Construction
PHONE: Construction Risk Management Inc. –888-900-0276
Timothy G. Galarnyk: Educated in Construction and Safety. Continued Training in Construction and Safety. More than 45 Years of HANDS-ON Field Experience. Actively involved in construction since 1976. Equipment operator, member of International Union of Operating Engineers since 2004, Certified by ATSSA in Construction Work Zone Traffic Control – MUTCD since 1988. More than 1,000 Incidents Independently Investigated.
Traffic Crashes in Construction Work Zones – Related to MUTCD Compliance. CERTIFIED by ATSSA in Work Zone Traffic Control since 1988.
Construction Risk Management, Inc., is a corporation with experts in construction safety, structure collapses, construction means and methods, and construction work zone traffic control. Investigation focuses on:
Bridges, Buildings, Residential, Industrial, Commercial, High-Rises, Marine, Highways, Underground, Water, General and Subcontractor Issues
Litigation Support – We conduct Forensic Investigations of Construction Accidents / Injuries / Deaths to establish the Cause. What happened? How did it happen? Where and When did it happen? Why did it happen? Who is Responsible? Depositions and Trial Experienced. State and Federal Courts. Defense and Plaintiff – Makes no difference as the case facts and evidence rules.
- 1981 – 1982 University of Wisconsin > Platteville
Bachelor of Science Degree > College of Industrial Studies > Safety > 1982
- 1979 – 1981University of Arkansas > Little Rock
Associate of Science Degree > Emergency Medical Sciences > 1981
Provides the basis for injury causation, mechanism, impairment, and etiology
Continuing Education: 1976-Present
- Numerous university courses, industry seminars and educational programs relating to EMS, toxicology, medico-legal death investigation, risk management, safety, contracts, bridge design and construction.
- Education in the field of construction risk management including safety, contracts, risk financing, insurance, management, defects, buildings, highway and railroad bridge inspections, rail track work and facilities, residential and heavy construction, grading, cranes, rigging, aerial lifts and all construction equipment.
- Construction means, methods and practices, human factors, investigation of construction injury and fatality Analysis, forensic evaluations, incident reconstruction, traffic crashes in construction work zones involving MUTCD. Construction defects, settlement, mold, water, intrusion, contract plans and specifications.
- University of North Florida: Bridge Inspection / Scour Recognition/Prevention Seminar – 2010 (28.00 Hours
- University of Florida: Forensic Science
- 1991 – Present American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way (AREMA) > Committee 10 > Structures
- 1987 – Present American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) > Construction Practice
- 1986 – Present National Safety Council (NSC) > Construction Section
- 1986 – Present American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA)
- 2004 – Present International Union of Operating Engineers – Local 139
- 2000 – 2005 Deputy Director: Construction Safety Council, Hillside, Illinois
- 1986 – 1994 A.N.S.I. > B-10 Committee on Wire Rope, Rigging