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Daniel Dittfurth

Corporate Safety Director

Daniel brings over 30 years in the safety industry, with experience ranging from equipment safety program implementation to health and safety field management for various worksites and industries to ARC.  Daniel leads ARC’s corporate safety program by planning, developing, and deploying safety and risk programs for all abatement, demolition, and operations projects across our commercial and industrial sectors. With safety being ARC’s top priority, Daniel ensures our daily practices are functioning and evolving at the highest possible level at all times. 

As ARC’s Corporate Safety Director, Daniel incorporates his vast health and safety knowledge into each project that ARC touches.  

In Daniel’s spare time, he enjoys working on old houses and his 1967 Mercury Cougars while spending time with his wife in Fort Worth, TX where they reside. 

Safety Philosophy

"Safety does not come with luck. It has to be prepared. Our crews are able to work safely in extreme conditions, these jobs went from summer through some harsh winters. The entire time worked to ensure that everyone was able to reap the reward of working safely today." 

Project History

  • Avon Lake Power Plant
  • International Paper Bogalusa
  • Eastman Solutia Trenton

Safety Training Background

 

  • BS in Business Project Management, Capella University
  • AAS Fire Protection Technology, Tarrant County College
  • AAS Fire Investigation Technology, Tarrant County College
  • AAS Criminal Justice, Tarrant County College
  • BCSP Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
  • IHMM Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM)
  • Certified Safety and Health Official Construction (CSHO)
  • PMI Project Management Professional (PMP),
  • Licensed Paramedic (LP), State of Texas
  • HAZWOPER 40
  • HAZWOPER Supervisor
  • OSHA 10, 30, 510
  • NIMS ICS 100, 200, 300, 700
  • eRailSafe
  • Tank Car Specialist
  • Trench Rescue
  • Advanced Vertical Rescue
  • Swift Water Rescue