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Name and Position:Devin Galindo-Safety Coordinator

Devin Galindo
Safety Coordinator


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Yolanda Fisher


Safety Training:

OSHT (Incomplete)

High Angle and Confined Space Rescue (Oilind University)

CPR and 1st Aid Certification (Red Cross)

SCUBA certified (Scuba Schools International)

Forklift Operator and Trainer


Familiar with CFR1910, CFR1926, Accident Prevention Manual for Business and Industry (Engineering & Technology and Administration & Programs) as well as DOT

Hazwopper 40hr (DOT)

Fire Watch CBT

Hole Watch CBT

Bottle Watch CBT

Asbestos awareness CBT

ALKY Training CBT

Electrical Safety CBT

Backhoe Trainer

Benzene, MDA, MDI, HCL, HF Acid, and other chemicals

Electrical Safety Trainer

Blood borne Pathogens Trainer

Incident Reporting

Excavation/Trenching Competent

Scaffolding Competent

Confined Space Permit Writer


Why a career in Safety?

I have a passion for helping people, always have. It makes me feel good to know I can make a difference.


Biggest Accomplishment:

My most recent one, I was brought in as the Project Safety Manager for a shutdown at a chemical plant.


Biggest disappointment:

That Safety as a whole is not regarded very highly in just about any industry.


Other Careers aside from safety:

A few of the typical small things growing up, bus boy...had a few jobs as helpers (millwright, scaffold helper, etc..), it has been Safety for the most part.



Many, actually. I believe there is something to be learned from just about anyone. I've learned how to talk to people properly, tactfully, and how to handle different situations better.



It's not easy, just keep trying, and don't give up if you really want it. Make as many contacts within this field of work as possible.



My end goal is to find somewhere I can stay permanently. I do not want to travel turnarounds forever. I would like to be a family man someday.


Personal Passions:

I like to try new things. Pretty much anything outdoors. I like to Scuba dive, skateboard (on occasion), hit the beach, just about anything really.


Safety Passions:

I'd have to say, the Personnel area more than any other. It's amazing how many different things there are that can hurt just one person in a construction environment. I like to be there to help remind people of the things that might be easily overlooked.


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