Ag minds think alike.
If you’ve been in agriculture long enough, you know safety is a real, if not yet formal, grassroots cause championed by many in the industry. You also know OSHA is taking a harder look at agribusiness than in years past.
When the founders of Good Day’s Work came up empty in their search for an employee-safety training program to use in their ag business, they saw an opportunity to create the program themselves.The result is something completely unique.
It’s something that goes beyond government regulations.
As a comprehensive, online safety training and compliance-reporting platform geared specifically for agriculture, Good Day’s Work will provide what you need to meet OSHA standards.
But the real benefit is that Good Day’s Work speaks your language, delivering common-sense safety training from people who know and love agriculture like you do.
Don’s experience, dating back to his days growing up on his family’s diversified farm in northwest Indiana, includes his last 20 years as an independent agribusiness-management coach. In this role, his expertise and responsibilities have evolved to be as versatile as his client base, which spans operations from his Midwest home state to North Carolina in the east to as far west as Hawaii. By combining his grassroots wisdom in the ag industry with his natural analytical and research skills, Don focuses the vision of Good Day’s Work and leads the company’s charge to move the needle of agriculture from one of America’s “Most Dangerous Industries” to completely out of the notorious top 10.
Aaron is a graduate of Purdue University with 15 years of programming experience. He specializes in iOS and mobile web development, and has developed applications for several Fortune 100 companies, including Procter & Gamble and GE. Aaron lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his wife and six children. He enjoys trap shooting and spending time with his family.
Kids, cows and corn surrounded Emmalee as she grew up on her family’s dairy and grain farm in southern Indiana. Like many of her nine siblings, she quickly developed a strong passion for agriculture. Emmalee is now in her junior year at Purdue University studying agricultural economics. She recently spent a semester abroad at Aberystwyth University in Wales and explored parts of Spain, Ireland and England. Her position at Good Day’s Work allows her to serve the industry she loves and apply the business concepts she learns in class to “real-world” situations.
Bill Gass is the director of business development for Good Day’s work, bringing over 25 years of experience in the Ag industry. His experience includes sales, marketing and consulting roles in crop protection, seed, and ag information. He has a BS in Plant and Soil Science from Southern Illinois University, and an Executive MBA from the Krannert School of Business at Purdue University.
Marty is our Customer Service and Safety Director. His role assists clients with platform set-up, implementation support and on-going continuity throughout the year. Marty was raised on a dairy farm, has a BS degree in agriculture from Purdue University and served the seed industry for 30 years. His experience includes business and product management as well as marketing. Marty’s end goal is to help clients make a positive shift towards creating and maintaining a healthy safety culture.