Lindsey is a consultant who believes that it is imperative that companies address safety concerns with prevention being the goal, rather than waiting to react after an accident happens. Her past experiences in the construction industry gave her the opportunity to consult on several high profile site safety initiatives. Some of these include BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Nissan LEAF facility, NASA Stennis Space Center, and multiple Air Force Bases. She has a well-rounded perspective on safety and loss control. Her work helps clients foster cultures of safety and healthy working environments. She is able to assess client's needs and create customized recommendations and programs that align with short and long-term safety goals.
Lindsey understands that each organization she works with is unique, with their own set of strengths and challenges. The safety and loss control programs she creates not only bring safety to an environment, but help prevent risk, driving down worker's compensation claims. This allows employers to benefit from long term savings in worker's compensation premiums.
Lindsey currently serves on the American Builders and Contractors Board of Directors and is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers and Women in Safety Engineering. She is an active supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project and regularly volunteers with the Animal Humane Society of Minnesota.