Ryan Audia

Senior Safety Consultant
Phone: (724) 978-7733
Fax: (724) 864-9265
EMail: raudia@eastcoastrm.com

Professional Summary

I am a Senior Safety Consultant with ECRM. I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Safety Management from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania (SRU).  Prior to joining the ECRM team, I worked as a Safety Coordinator for Joseph B. Fay Company where I conducted employee training, performed site-specific safety audits, and supervised a wide variety of trade work to ensure and promote a safety culture throughout the company. At ECRM, I work closely with a variety of clients in various industries to provide professional advice in regards to environmental, health, and safety concerns.  I also specialize in maintaining and updating clients’ pre-qualification accounts (ISNetWorld, BROWZ, Avetta, & PEC).

About Me

Outside of work, I enjoy consuming myself in sports and physical activities.  Hiking, hockey, golf, and skiing are just a couple of the activities that take up most of my recreational time. Whenever I get some free time, I enjoy traveling and vacationing with close friends and my girlfriend, Chelsea. Occasionally, I find myself back home with the family enjoying some wine and karaoke.

Favorite Quote

“The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will.” — Vince Lombardi

 If you had to pick one meal to eat every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Sushi

 Where was your most memorable vacation?

I once won a trip to Houston, Texas for the 2016 Final 4 NCAA Basketball Championship. My best friend and I spent 4 days meeting past and present NBA superstars, eating some of the best steak in the country, and enjoying some country music at local piano bars. When we weren’t spending time at the NCAA Fan Fest, we were enjoying a Houston Rockets vs. OKC Thunder Game. We sat right above the tunnel at NRG Stadium and watched the semi-finals and championship game. I’ll never forget when Kris Jenkins (Villanova) sunk a three-point buzzer beater to beat North Carolina! Seventy-five thousand people losing their minds!