Safety, Health, & Environmental Expert

Jon J. Pina, MS, CSP

368 Route 110 Highway Indiana, PA 15701

About the Expert

Injuries, Fires, Spills, Wrongful Death, Toxic Tort; Slip/Trip/Falls, Material Handling, Forklifts, Defensive Driving, Off- road Vehicles; Asbestos, Hazardous Materials, Demolition, Construction; Stream/Groundwater/Soil Contamination, PPE.

Areas of Expertise

  • Demolition
  • Environmental
  • PPE
  • Safety OSHA
  • Slips and Falls

Expert's Profile

Jon J. Pina, MS, CSP.

Performs OSHA safety, health, and environmental consulting, inspections, sampling, Conducts 10 hr OSHA Construction and General Industry, HAZWOPER, and forklift certification, fire/explosion prevention, scaffolding, Defensive Driver training, and writes safety policies and procedures. Expert Witness to assist plaintiff and defense attorneys. Retired faculty member of Safety Sciences at Indiana University of Pennsylvania;Pennsylvania/OSHA Consultation grant.

Litigation Experience

- numerous depositions and expert testimony over last twenty years. This included working with plaintiff and defense attorneys. - expert testimony and written reports for both plaintiff and defense attorneys (60/40). Cases include accidents such as: numerous slip,trip,& falls; elevated falls; struck-by; forklift accidents, loading docks, electrical shock; burns; chemical spill exposures, mudslides, etc. - Wrongful Death, Toxic Tort, injuries, fires, spills. Demolition, construction, construction management, forklifts, defensive driving, Personal Protective Equipment, material handling, mudslides. other: Consultant, Trainer, Professor, Construction Manager, forklift training, forklift/heavy equipment operator, Accident investigations, site inspections; falls, burns,HAZWOPER. Identification and abatement of asbestos, PCB's, dioxins, heavy metals, chlorinated solvents, and other hazardous materials.

Personal Achievements


  • MS Safety Management-Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1989
  • MS Geology-Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1978
  • BS Geoscience Education-Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1972

Special Training

  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Certified by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals, certificate #12775
  • Certified Professional Instructor II, certificate #75-044339
  • Defensive Driver, National Safety Council, Certificate #4121503
  • 40 hr. Hazardous Waste Protection Certificate (HAZWOPER)
  • 8 hr. Supervisory HAZWOPER
  • 32 hr. Asbestos Abatement Contractor/Supervisory Certification
  • 24 hr. Asbestos Building Inspector
  • DOE Radiation Worker II
  • DOT Air Shipping Dangerous Goods
  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - certified 1985-1998


  • American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
  • American Trauma Society


  • “ Preventing IFS’s - Injuries, Fires, and Spills”, September 1995 Professional Safety. ASSE monthly publication.
  • “Limestone as a Coal Slagging Flux for Use in High Pressure Coal Gasification.”, Master’s Thesis, IUP Library, 1978, as part of a requirement for MS degree.
  • "Tips for Complying with OSHA's Asbestos Regulations."Environmental Managers Compliance Advisor, A publication of Business and Legal Reports.

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