One of the things we pride ourselves on at your DPCs of Texas is damage prevention education. To that end we host the Damage Prevention Councils, the Mock Line Strikes, we speak at various association meetings and travel the state of Texas to make sure you’re acquainted with 811.
Making all of this work are your Damage Prevention Managers: John Sparks, Director of Damage Prevention, David Ferguson, Pipeline Response Manager, Doug Meeks, Damage Prevention Manager – and two NEW names.
We’re proud to introduce you to Ketha Molina and Jesse Torres, the latest additions to the Damage Prevention Manager team.
Ketha is a Spanish-speaking West Texas native and brings over 18 years of experience as a safety professional. Her expertise extends to oil and gas as well as construction, H2S safety, confined space, excavations and fall protection. Ketha is also a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals and Women In Safety Engineers.
Ketha is the new Damage Prevention Manager for the High Plains, South Plains, Permian Basin, Big Country, and Concho Valley Damage Prevention Councils. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also joining us is Jesse Torres.
Jesse has 18 years of public and infrastructure safety education and experience keeping contractors and the general public safe while living and/or working around pipelines, and is comfortable speaking Spanish or English.
Jesse managed the damage prevention program for CPS Energy for the last 15 years, and has been a board member or co-chair to organizations such as the Hispanic Contractor’s Association, Common Ground Alliance, Texas Gas Association and the American Subcontractor’s Association.
Jesse’s Damage Prevention Councils include Lower Brazos, Piney Woods, Golden Triangle, South East Texas, Golden Crescent, Gulf Coast, and Rio Grande Valley
You can reach Jesse at email@example.com
In other news – more Mock Line Strikes are heading your way.
Denison is coming up on Tuesday, June 26 and Gainesville will be Thursday, June 28. You can get more information here.
Until next week, safe digging!