Current Openings

Here is a listing of current jobs submitted to NJASSP for posting. We post jobs as a benefit for NJASSP members and primarily focus on opportunities in and around New Jersey.

If you would like to post a job for free, please review our job posting guidelines and then submit your posting to webmaster@nj.assp.org.

NJASSP 2021 – 2022 Networking Standing
Committee Chairperson

This interview features Joe Del Greco, CSP. Joe is the Chair of the Networking Standing
Committee. Conducting the interview is Jack Fearing, CPEA, Chapter Community & Youth
Outreach Chair. Joe has been a member of the New Jersey Chapter since 1999 and has more than 40 years of experience in environmental, safety, health & risk management. He received his Certified Safety Professional certification in 2001, and the NYC Site Safety Manager License in 2018. He was a Senior Construction Risk Consultant for AIG for 13 years, and currently is a Risk Consultant for SML Capital Advisors, working out of his home.

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You can contact Joe at (201) 321-0744 or Joozep2007@optimum.net.

NJASSP 2021 – 2022 Distinguished Member & Past ASSP President

This interview features Kathy Seabrook, CSP(US), CFIOSH (UK), EurOSHM. Kathy is the founder and CEO of Global Solutions Inc. and a former President of ASSP (2013-14). Conducting the interview is Jack Fearing, CPEA, Chapter Community & Youth Outreach Chair. Kathy has been a member of the New Jersey Chapter since 1988 and has more than 30+ years of experience in developing global EHS strategies, policies, corporate standards, risk assessment and gap analysis processes. By incorporating organizational change principles, she leverages safety to support cultural change within multi- sector organizations. She is known for embedding EHS within business strategies including ESG, Sustainability and Human Capital management. She has a BS in Chemistry from James Madison University in Virginia. Kathy’s office is located in Mendham, NJ.

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You can contact Kathy at Seabrook@GlobalEHS.com.

NJASSP 2021 – 2022 Programs & By-Laws Standing Committee Chair

This interview features the NJASSP Chapter Chair of the Programs & By-Laws Standing , Committee Frank Gesualdo, CSP. Conducting the interview is Jack Fearing, CPEA Chapter Community & Youth Outreach Chair & Cristiano Godoy, Chapter Secretary and Chair of Hispanic Outreach. Frank has been a member of the Chapter since 1992 and has served in numerous Executive Board positions including Past Chapter President. Frank is a graduate of Lehigh University with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and recently retired from Liberty Mutual Insurance after a 34 year career as a Regional Manager.

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You can contact Frank at (908) 801-4054 or Fyankee1@aol.com.

OSHA Region 2 Amputation Stand Down Events

MEETING #1 – Wednesday, Sept. 8th KICK OFF Event
Featuring Key Note Speaker –  Billy Parker
“Safety” It’s in Your Hands

OSHA Region 2 Amputation Safety Stand Down: Preventing and Eliminating Workplace Amputations  
https://usdol.webex.com/usdol/j.php?MTID=md49f2aac97fa16d16a1fc6310c48c897

Wednesday, Sep 8, 2021 9:00 am | 3 hours | (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Meeting number: 199 001 7039
Password: Welcome!68

Join by video system
Dial 1990017039@usdol.webex.com
You can also dial 207.182.190.20 and enter your meeting number.

Join by phone
1-877-465-7975 US Toll Free
1-210-795-0506 US Toll
Access code: 199 001 7039

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NJASSP 2021 – 2022 Public Affairs Standing Committee Chair & Past Chapter President

This interview features Bob Sagendorf, CHST, CSP. Bob is the Chair of the Public Affairs
Standing Committee. Conducting the interview is Jack Fearing, CPEA, Chapter Community & Youth Outreach Chair & Cristiano Godoy, CHST, Chair of the Hispanic Outreach Standing Committee. Bob has been a member of the chapter since 1980 and has more than 38 years of experience in the Mechanical and Electrical construction industry. He has a BS & MS in Industrial Safety and Health from the University of Illinois at Carbondale. He is the Corporate Safety Director for Eii Electrical & Mechanical Contractors, Inc. His office is located in Cranford, NJ.

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You can contact Bob at rsagendorf@eiielectric.com.

NJASSP 2021 – 2022 Incoming Chapter President Podcast

This interview features the current NJASSP Chapter President-Elect, soon to be our 2021-22 Chapter President, Joseph Leuzzi, ASP, CHMM. Conducting the interview is Jack Fearing, CPEA, Chapter Community & Youth Outreach chair. Joe has been a member of the chapter since 2004. Leading up to his term to serve as the next President he has served a total of four years in other Executive Board positions. Joe is a graduate of Rutgers University and is the Associate Director, Global Safety & Environment at Organon & Company. Organon is a global healthcare company with headquarters located in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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You can contact Joe at giuseppe.leuzzi@organon.com.

Construction & Regulatory Affairs Standing Committee Chairperson Podcast

This interview features Brian Cichetti, CHST, CUSA. Brian is the Chair of the Construction and Regulatory Affairs Standing Committee. Conducting the interview is Jack Fearing, CPEA, chapter Community & Youth Outreach Chair & Cristiano Godoy, CHST, Hispanic Outreach Chair. Brian has been a member of the chapter since 2001 and has more than 35 years of experience in the Heavy & Civil construction industry. He is the Corporate Safety Director for EE Cruz Company, Inc. His office is located in Whitestone, NY.

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You can contact Brian at (201) 832-0688 or BCichetti@eecruz.com

New Federal Coronavirus Emergency Temporary Standard will NOT Apply to Construction

Earlier today, U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh announced that the long-anticipated federal COVID-19 ETS will NOT apply to construction. This represents a significant change from early reports that the new standard would apply to a broad range of industries, including construction. AGC of America led a broad coalition effort to question the need for the standard, considering the widespread adoption of coronavirus vaccines and the fact the construction industry has been operating, safely, since the start of the pandemic.   The fact the final standard only applies to healthcare settings is a significant victory for our association and this industry. It reflects the strong working relationship and trust that exists between our staff and federal safety officials – particularly thanks to our safety team of Kevin Cannon and Nazia Shah. This victory is also thanks to the tireless work member firms are doing to protect their workers throughout the pandemic.   Today’s announcement comes just a few weeks after AGC successfully convinced OSHA to suspend enforcement of the agency’s recordkeeping regulations related to adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccines, whether required or recommended. Rest assured that we will continue to monitor the development of future OSHA COVID-19 guidance specific to the construction industry and provide updates accordingly.   For more information, please contact Kevin Cannon at (703)837-5410 or kevin.cannon@agc.org or Nazia Shah at (703)837-5409 or nazia.shah@agc.org.   Sincerely,   Stephen E. Sandherr

NJASSP 2020 – 2021 Chapter Vice President Podcast

This interview features the Chapter Vice President Derek Smith, ASP, CHST, STS-C. Conducting the interview is Cristiano Godoy, Chairman of the Hispanic Outreach Standing Committee. Derek has been a chapter member since 2011 and has also served in other Executive Board positions for 3 years including Secretary and Treasurer.  Derek is a graduate of NJIT and is the Corporate Safety Director for Simpson & Brown, Inc.  His responsibilities cover the greater NYC area.

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You can contact Derek at (908) 380-2250 or vp@nj.assp.org or safetyderek42@gmail.com.

2021-22 Election Treasurer Candidate

Cristiano Godoy CHST is running for NJ ASSP Treasurer

Cristiano Godoy CHST, has been professional member of NJASSP since 2018 and is currently serving as part of the Standing Committee. Cristiano has worked in the construction industry over 15 years with a focus on health and safety that spans over 12 years.

He previously lived in Florida where he owned his own construction company for five years.  After selling his share of the business, he moved on to working as a coating inspector, where he realized the need for emphasis on safety knowledge in the workplace.  Shortly after moving to NJ, he became a Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST), Authorized OSHA Trainer and joined ASSE (2015).

Working with other Safety Professionals allowed Cristiano priceless experience as the connections he made allowed him to grow his knowledge within the industry in addition to adding certifications that would further help develop his career.  As a member, he was tasked with seeking other professionals that may not be aware of this organization because of a language barrier.  Having knowledge of Portuguese, Spanish and English, Cristiano became part of Standing Committee for the NJ Chapter of ASSP Hispanic Outreach.   During this time, Cristiano decided to push through his fear of public speaking and began teaching Osha Construction 10 and 30 in NY at the School New York Safety Training.  Teaching was a great opportunity to meet and help other professionals in the industry.   Throughout all his time at NJASSP, one of Cristiano’s favorite and most proud experiences happened earlier this year, when working with Jack Fearing to develop a podcast called “Podcast Interview Series” for the NJASSP chapter.  This podcast would help reach members and potential members during the pandemic.

Outside of his efforts at work and within the ASSP, Cristiano supports his community by volunteering his time at his local Fire Department. After 8 months of rigorous training, Cristiano began serving as a Volunteer Firefighter for the Bridgewater Finderne Fire Department.  

Cristiano gratefully credits much of his success to his supporting wife.  His initial stay in New Jersey was temporary until he met his wife in 2015.  Although New Jersey became his home, he misses Florida weather and says he will eventually move back someday with his family.  Cristiano happily resides in Bridgewater, New Jersey with his beautiful wife and two daughters.