Mustang Safety & Health Consulting, LLC (a WBE company)
PO Box 4284, Reading, PA 19606-4284            484-650-9312
About Us
Mary Chupkai - President

Mary has over 25 years of claims experience with Liberty Mutual Insurance, CNA Insurance and as an independent contractor. She assisted in developing Early-Return-to-Work programs and case management for workers compensation losses in Michigan and New Jersey. She has conducted accident investigations to determine root causes for general liability and auto claims in Pennsylvania.

Mary has her 30 hour OSHA courses in Construction and General Industry. Mary is also an accomplished photographer and her work can be seen at:
www.marychupkaiphotography.com.

Curt Wittman, MS, CIH, CSP - Sr. Safety & Health Consultant

Curt has over 32 years of safety and health experience. Curt is an accomplished safety trainer bringing humor to the safety message and has been consistently told he's the, "best safety trainer I've ever seen!". Curt has his Masters degree in Environmental Health from Temple University and is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (#7606).

Before helping to form this company, Curt was the Manager - Safety at one of the largest Multi-unit Residential Constructors in the country. It was there that Curt developed his "Safety Integrity" seminar that can be shared with your company to improve your safety culture.

Curt is well known in Philadelphia as a Mold expert guiding commercial and governmental clients with cost effective solutions for the cleaning and control of fungal contamination.

Curt has served as the site safety coordinator on large construction sites in New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and other cities. He has been involved in solving complex industrial hygiene exposures at Princeton University, Philadelphia Housing Authority and The Pentagon.

Why
The P-51 Mustang?
Mustang Safety & Health Consulting was named in honor of the P-51 Mustang of WWII fame. It is only the greatest fighter of all time and the dream of one of the founders. This particular photo is of "QuickSilver" at the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum's WWII Weekend.
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