Keith W. Pillich
Consultant in Buffalo, New York
Now acting as a Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer for Atomic DB, the Worlds largest Associative Data Base Integration Business: WE MERGE DISPARATE DATA FILES ONLINE INTO A SMOOTH INTEGRATED READABLE FILE. I also act as an Industrial hygienist and safety engineer, Keith W. Pillich brings a number of qualifications to his work. He holds a dual Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Environmental Science from The University of Oklahoma as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Safety Engineering from Corllins University. Pillich also obtained a toxicology, hazardous material (HAZMAT), and hazard communication (HAZCOM) certificate from the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. He has earned an additional Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certificate in Industrial Hygiene and Safety through the Rochester Institute of Technology. Pillich is currently undertaking coursework through Columbia Southern University, working toward a Master’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health with a Concentration in Environmental Management.
Keith W. Pillich has been employed at Vlado Engineering, a contracting firm in New York, since 1986. His clients have included international business in the oil and gas industries, as well as those in construction. In 2010, Pillich completed a 17-month long assignment for the U.S. military overseas in a foreign Deployment in the Arab Peninsula, offering his expertise in matters such as asbestos, mold, lead, and radiation protection; noise abatement; and environmental & NUCLEAR management. Pillich received a Distinguished Service Award from the U.S. Army for his work.
A resident of Amherst, New York, Keith W. Pillich currently maintains membership in Data Technology professional groups, PMI Buffalo, the American Industrial Hygiene Association, the Board of Certified Safety Professionals, and The American Society of Safety Engineers. Pillich often contributes to local charities, such as the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society Museum, Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, and Aspire of Western New York. He also volunteers with MAD DADS of Greater Buffalo. In his free time, Pillich enjoys skiing, swimming, and watching movies and volunteering to assist victims of Cerebral Palsy.