Pizzarotti’s Dominique Paraison Becomes Fifth Person in the United States to Obtain Four Train the Trainer Certifications

NEW YORK, NY—October 25, 2018—Pizzarotti, LLC is pleased to announce that Site Safety Manager Dominique Paraison is now the fifth person in the United States to have all four Train the Trainer certifications. Earlier this month, Dominique attended the OSHA 5400 Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Maritime Industry in Norfolk, Virginia where he received his fourth certification.

An Impressive Career Dedicated to Safe Practices

Dominique holds an OSHA 500 for Construction, OSHA 501 for General Industry, OSHA 5600 OSHA Disaster Site Worker and now a OSHA 5400 for Maritime. Dominque is the Site Safety Manager at Pizzarotti’s Jardim project where he ensures that all phases of construction are approached in the safest way possible. Prior to starting at Pizzarotti, Dominique was the Principal of Integrated Design and Construction, an interdisciplinary architecture, design and construction practice. He was also the Principal of Construction Safety and Health at E-Safety Solutions and a Project Architect at McKissack & McKissack.

Dominique possesses two professional doctorate degrees in Business Administration/Project Management and Global Business Leadership.  He also teaches at the New York Institute of Technology, the New York City College of Technology, Pace University and the Mechanic Institute of New York City. Courses he teaches range from Construction Codes to The History of Twentieth Century Architecture. He has spoken at many seminars including “Safety Success” at the Mechanic Institute and “Construction Safety” at the Construction Safety and Health Conference. Dominique also works as a motivational safety speaker and mentor to a number of young industry professionals.

“Having Dominque work on our Jardim project is truly an honor,” said Pizzarotti CEO Marco Martegiani. “His resume is incredibly impressive and it is evident that any project that he works on will be held to the highest safety standards possible. We congratulate Dominique for being honored with this prestigious title.”