Martin Technical Welcomes Emilee Trask as Operations Manager


















Louisville, CO – October 26, 2022

Martin Technical, Inc. is pleased to announce the hiring of Emilee Trask as Operations Manager. With more than 15 years of experience in operational services, Trask is a wealth of knowledge and a respected professional in the industry.

“Emilee brings proven leadership with operational experience and expertise that will allow Martin Technical to continue to flourish and grow towards reaching our short- and long-term goals.  Her mindset and approach align clearly with where Martin Technical currently is and where we plan to be.  Emilee will have an exceptionally positive impact on our company, our customers, and our teams to provide long-term success for all.” Says Donny Snyder, Chief Operating Officer at Martin Technical.

As Operations Manager for Martin Technical Emilee’s key responsibilities will be to oversee business operational systems, processes, and infrastructure while looking for opportunities for improvement.

Referring to her joining Martin Technical, Emilee states, “With a long track record in startup culture, growing revenue, allocating resources, and streamlining company objectives, I am here to help keep our departments smiling while we grow to our greatest potential.”

To contact Emilee Trask, please email or call (720) 503-8709.

About Martin Technical / Safety Hive

Martin Technical is a privately held safety solutions company whose mission is to improve workforce safety by providing reliable and trusted solutions to employees who care about the greater good.  We are experts in providing practical safety and efficiency services that make plants and facilities better, safer, and more efficient. Martin Technical safety services include engineering, inspection, implementation, consulting, and training services.  Safety Hive, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Martin Technical is a Safety Technology Solution and Software Provider that digitizes and automates safety to help predict and prevent workplace safety incidents through technology and data.

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Balance in Work and Life for Truesdale

After joining Martin Technical as CRO, Gil Truesdale was featured in a Nov. 2020 publication of his Alma Matter’s Magazine: Charleston Southern University Magazine. The article, which you can read here, discusses Truesdale’s journey to finding balance in work and life.

For 10 weeks that crossed 2016 and 2017, Truesdale served as a juror, and foreman ofGil Truesdale has learned through experience that balance between in work and life is important. that jury, for a murder trial. He found his prior experiences in leadership served him well throughout the proceedings.

The article explains that after the trial, Truesdale left his previous employment and took a six-month sabbatical. He spent time with his family, and listened to them about his nonstop-work lifestyle. In his role at Martin Technical, he experiences a new balance. He still travels. However, as Truesdale states in the article, he is able to “…stop, breathe, recharge, get spiritually refocused, because the tasks are never going to stop.”

The article also mentions charities and boards Truesdale participates in for the public good. These include THRIVE Saves Lives, a group that combats domestic violence, and The Charleston Forum, which provides a dialogue on race. Truesdale extends his caring attitude to those around him, including in the workplace, “If I see someone going through something, I will definitely ask how they are doing.” A Martin Technical cultural value is our employee’s well-being. We didn’t just hire Gil Truesdale for his vast experience within our industry, we also hired him for his contribution to our internal culture, and are grateful to have him on our team.

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Workplace Safety Training More Important Than Ever

As fines for OSHA violations are set to increase in 2016, the time for workplace safety training is now. Some estimate an up to 80% increase in OSHA fines, giving businesses yet another incentive to invest in employee safety training.

For the first time in 25 years, fines for workplace safety violations are due to increase following passage of a new bill signed by President Obama. OSHA is reviewing the legislation and will determine the new fine structure by the time the new budget is in place in July. Estimates for increased fines include $12,600 for Serious violations up to $126,000 for Repeat violations. These new penalties take effect August 1, 2016.

As we all know, numerous incidents of safety oversights and intentional worker endangerment have resulted in employee injury or death. OSHA has clearly outlined safety standards to protect workers. Employees at all levels of an organization are encouraged to complete a comprehensive safety training course to protect themselves and co-workers from worksite dangers. Taking part in the comprehensive safety training that employees may be expected to complete could prevent them from picking up serious injuries in the workplace. Getting injured in the workplace can result in your employers facing a claim from someone like Diamond and Diamond Lawyers, ( so that the injured party gets the relevant compensation that they may need to make a full recovery. That is why a safety training course could be crucial to the safety of your employees and anyone else who is associated with the business. If you would like to know more about workplace safety, you may want to visit FFVA to learn more.

Furthermore, businesses and offices should establish written safety protocols that outline how to identify, prevent, and report workplace safety hazards. Regardless of what sort of industry your business is in, keeping your employees safe should be a priority. Even places that might seem safe to work, like an office, will still experience injuries. Whether it’s something as easy as contacting a cleaning company, like for example, to give your office a full clean to ensure that no employees will be injured by any mess in the office, it should be done to keep your health and safety up to date. Employers with existing safety protocols should review and revise them to ensure they meet the latest OSHA standards.

Martin Technical offers a comprehensive program for minimizing your company’s risk of incurring OSHA fines through our Lockout/Tagout program, electrical safety services, and employee training courses.
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