I have a lot of experience in the construction field. I have worked as a manual laborer and learned the trade from that. I have always been told that my work ethic is unlike most. Thats something that my father raised me with. I was a three sport athlete in High School so i have always pushed myself to the next level. I know how to work as a team in a safely manner to accomplish goals. Also i have worked at height's up to 100 feet so i know a lot about OSHA's fall protection requirements. I am a quick learner and love a challenging task. So it seems i was made for this industry.
I was a team leader in the sports i played.
Supervision authority- i was in charge of a 3 man roofing crew on a couple different job for one company i worked for.
Where i work now i am a leader and trainer.
Guide: Main agenda as a guide is to follow OSHA guideline's on fall protection. Not only for our customers safety but for our safety as well. Being physically fit is very helpful for my job. We run up and down flights of stairs up to 100 feet. Also if you are the receiving guide and a costumer doesn't understand the braking system then you have to stop them from 40- 0 mph in 4-5 feet. Usually means there getting a really big bear hug.
Maintenance: Daily course inspections( checking all bolts,rigging, harnesses, trolleys, lanyards, helmets, gloves, and, carabeners.)
Trouble shooting any problem's at the lodge. cleaning,sweeping, etc...Also have to do general maintenance on our ATV's
Grounds: We mow some pretty rough terrain. Rolling hill covered with rock., and we mow it with a walk behind brush mower(BR). Mulching weed eating, Tree trimming, and trail trimming.
Training: Training is all about making sure the new hires are aware of the danger of there job, no the ends and outs of fall protection, and about our safety rescue systems.
Laborer: As a laborer i did all the grunt work(which is alright with me) Carried shingle to roof, lots of demolition,sheet rock repair, framing,etc. anything to do with a remodel job.
Roofer: Laying down shingles is fun. long hours hard work. no breaks. really tests the soul of a man. Made me grow as a better worker and improved my work ethic along with skills.
Supervisor: Towards the end of the job i became a supervisor through my hard work and dedication. Working as a team top get things accomplished. Keeping everyone busy and still working harder then everyone else to keep that respect from my small crew.
Maintenance Man: trouble shooting problems, working with tools, ran a skid steer for awhile, dug up pipe during water leaks, lots of labor. etc... Worked for my Dad and was my first Job so i learned fast that i had to work harder then everyone else. I keep that work ethic my whole life.
I loved playing sports pushing myself to the limits. I played football, Basketball, and baseball all four years. Taught me a lot about perseverance and really chiseled my character.
Gibson Technical Center: welding training
Bridge of Faith Community church: I am a very religious guuy. I wont try to preach to you but if someone asks me for my advice you will prbably hear him come out of my mouth. I have been apart of the worship team there for about 7 years and i currently lead worship in a new ministry we started for a 20 something group. God has made me grow as a man and one hell of an employee. He has taught me to focus on the task at hand and be humble at the same time.
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