Joseph Motta has been sharing his fire and life safety expertise with Croker’s clients since 1995, as he continues to conduct drills and training in buildings throughout New York City’s five boroughs. As an industry veteran who has experienced the progression of many fire and life safety requirements throughout the city, Motta is well versed in NYC codes, rules and regulations as it pertains to Local Law 5 of 1973 (Fire Emergencies), Local Law 26 of 2004 (Non-Fire Emergencies) and its parallel ordinances.
Prior to Croker, Motta served 24 years as a member of the New York City Transit Police force. Subsequently, he spent an additional 8 years in the private sector as a Security Supervisor and Fire Safety Director in a high-rise office building in Manhattan where he performed security and surveillance functions, which included the training of security staff as well as the conducting of fire drills.
Throughout his years of experience, Joe Motta maintains a diverse and unique understanding of the Fire and Life Safety Director role, duties and responsibilities and continues to provide personal insight into the drills and training he delivers to Croker’s clients.