Curt Porterfield has worked at Virginia Tech for over 24 years in different roles involving agriculture research to his current position as Health and Safety Training Coordinator. He is part of a training team that manages 90 training topics that average over 50,000 training completions per year. He is an adjunct instructor for the undergraduate construction course for the Myers-Lawson School of Construction at Virginia Tech. His ATV presentation is part of Virginia Tech’s Susan Harwood Grant team’s current capacity-building grant on Farm and Agriculture Safety Training (FAST). The grant provides training for farm workers that fall under the Occupational Safety and Health Act at no cost. In addition to his roles at Virginia Tech, he enjoys teaching safety courses for the Mid-Atlantic OSHA Training Institute and Education Center and other local colleges on Construction and General Industry Safety.