Carol Brozosky decided to break out on her own and leave the relative safety of her industry career to open her own business. After thriving in an industry still adjusting to women in the field it was risky to start over, but she forged ahead.
“Part Time Professionals” (PTP) as it was originally known, was to be a place where engineering professionals seeking flexibility in their work schedules could work part time. A part time engineering career was unheard of then, but she built the business seeking balance in her own life and to help others do the same.
In 1990 PTP slowly started to grow and work focused on environmental compliance. Things really changed in 1993 when top safety professional Joseph DeMarco left his career and joined forces with PTP.
With her engineering skills and his expertise in industrial work safety, PTP’s services exploded. HAZMAT transportation and HAZMAT spill response was, and still is today, their banner training programs. These two “first generation” environmental safety and health professionals set out to provide excellence, and became popular trainers in the industry.
Training? Carol never saw herself standing in front of a group of workers to teach, but Joe’s dynamic teaching techniques and encouragement influenced her to try. Now, not only does she teach professionally, she excels at a job she loves and has served as a speaker at numerous national conferences.
Not stopping there, she often works weekends to train volunteers with disaster work and received an award for her volunteer work with Superstorm Sandy. She supports private, public, nonprofits and government accounts all over the United States.
PTP is going strong and happy to celebrate 28 years. They appreciate all their clients in the tri-state area and thank them for their continued support.
There’s no slowing down as PTP continues to deliver innovation to clients with its newest service: Commercial Aerial Drone Services-truly the next frontier in operations and EHS. Much has changed over the years, but PTP’s ability to beat client expectations has not.