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Photo of Mr. FrostMr. John Frost

  • President, Safety Engineering Services, Inc
  • System Safety Engineering Consultant
  • Board Of Directors, APT Research, Inc.
  • Former Chief, Safety Office, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command (retired)
  • Former Chief, Safety Office, U.S. Army Missile Command

Mr. John C. Frost is an independent safety consultant who retired from Federal Service with 33 years of Safety Engineering experience. Mr. Frost was the Chief of Safety for the Army Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM) with worldwide responsibility for missile and aircraft safety. Mr. Frost directed and implemented a comprehensive System Safety Program for all aspects of a major high technology organization that develops, fields and supports all of the state-of-the-art aircraft and missile/rocket systems for the Army worldwide and provides facilities and services for approximately 20,000 residents, workers, visitors and contractors on Redstone Arsenal. Prior to this, he served as the Chief of the MICOM Safety Office and held other supervisory positions leading various Missile Command (MICOM) System Safety, Radiation Protection, Explosive Safety, Test Safety and Installation Safety program elements. Mr. Frost began his Federal career in the Safety Office of the Army's Electronics Command at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, where he became Chief of System Safety Engineering.

Mr. Frost was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama and earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia where he was a DuPont Scholar. He completed a Master of Science specializing in Safety Engineering from Texas A&M and an additional year of advanced Safety Engineering training. Mr. Frost is a Senior member of the International System Safety Society, a Professional Member of the American Society Of Safety Engineers, and remains active in various System Safety organizations and initiatives. He was previously registered in Massachusetts as a Professional Engineer in the specialty of Safety Engineering and as a Certified Safety Professional. He and his wife Linda, of 42 years, have two sons, Christopher and Hampton.

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