ID2 Areas of Expertise

Safety Officer

Don’t have the qualified or available safety officer? Don’t need a full time So? ID2 can train and monitor full or part time safety officer on sight on your needs

Safety Manager

Do you need a safety manager to oversee your program at a distance? ID2 can provide a qualified safety manager to ensure your program or the system works the way it should


No leading indicator of safety is more powerful that safety related training. ID2 can suggest, develop or deliver training in a variety of  safety areas

Program Management

Do you need specific safety program managed ( respiratory protection, hazard communication, etc.)?  ID2 can manage it

Management Systems

Need your safety “program” developed into a “system” that will produce consistent results? ID2 can get you there

Professional Development

Assigned the safety responsibility in your organization as one of many tasks? ID2 can establish a plan for safety professional training and development


Hazard Assessment

Initiating a new set of task, project or program? Have a history or injuries that is higher than acceptable? A “third party” perspective will help assess the causes

Post incident Review

Often, the while an investigation is prudent, organizations lack the expertise to conduct the review. ID2 can lead an organization through a customized review

Job Hazard Analysis

Specific work task have specific hazards that need to be identified before they can be addressed. This process requires up close and personal service


Psychological Health and Safety

ID2 has expertise in identifying, assessing and mitigating psychosocial hazards per international standards

Executive Coaching

For executives looking to focus on not only the safety of their organizations but their safety, especially from a mental and emotional health perspective

Incident Investigations

We can investigate incidents involving exposure, injury, fatality or property damage and need a safety-focused determination of the cause


Dr. Daniels is certified as a Safety Director, Emergency Preparedness Specialist, and Workplace Violence Specialist. He holds a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management, completed the Senior Executives in State and Local Government program at Harvard University, and is has a Ph.D. in Occupational Health and Safety.  As one of the few African American Occupational Health and Safety Ph.D.s in the U.S., he assists organizations with the following service;

  • Safety Staffing
  • Organizational Safety Training
  • Safety Program Management
  • Safety Program Development
  • Safety Hazard Assessments
  • Post Incident Reviews
  • Job Analysis

  • National Safety Council (NSC) – Delegate and Founding Chair of the NSC’s Government and Public – Sector Division
  • National Association of Black Compliance and Risk Management Professional (NABCRMP)
  • International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) – Life Member and Founding Chair of the Safety, Health and Survival Section
  • National Workplace Bullying Coalition – Advisory Board”
  • Boss Up.Org – Board of Directors
  • Distinguished Service to Safety
    National Safety Council
  • National Fire Service Hall of Legends, Legacies and Leaders
    Class of 2021
    National Fire Heritage Center
  • Chairman’s Recognition
    National Safety Council
  • Chair’s Award
    International Association of Fire Chiefs
    Safety, Health & Survival Section
  • Gary Briese Safety Performance Award
    International Association of Fire Chiefs
    Safety, Health & Survival Section

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Upcoming Events

Greater Elkhart IN)  Area Chamber of Commerce OSHA Council (Zoom) Breakfast

“How A Positive Safety Culture Impacts Recruitment and Retention.” 
February 16, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time.

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Florida Chamber Safety Council

Safety isn’t just about physical injury. Learn about psychosocial hazards and how to address them in your workplace from I. David Daniels, PhD, CSD, VPS

March 31 – April 1, 2022.

National Safety Council

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Public Sector” 
February 25, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time.

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National Association of Black Compliance and Risk Management Professionals

Do Black Injuries Get Counted? A Look at Racial Disparities in Occupational Health and Safety” 
February 25, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

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ID2 Solutions' logo was inspired by the West African Eban Symbol

West African Adinkra Symbol

Translates to the English word: “Fence”

Symbolizes: Love, Safety, & Security The home to the Akan is a special place. A home which has a fence around it is considered to be an ideal residence.

The fence symbolically separates and secures the family from the outside. Because of the security and the protection that a fence affords, the symbol is also associated with the security and safety one finds in love.

— from The Adinkra Dictionary —

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