Shining the Safety Spotlight on Harry Ford


By: Nick LeBlanc

Danos I&E Superintendent Harry Ford, was recognized during our weekly safety call for his site leadership with assisting and managing Danos personnel and several sub-contractors in regards to W.A.T.C.H. card participation.

Harry oversees that Danos employees and sub-contractors are completing daily on-site observations, otherwise known as W.A.T.C.H. cards. The goal of these daily observations is to provide an in-depth behavior-based analysis so that the leading/lagging indicators can be used to review for current and future projects for both Danos and our client. These observations help us understand the types of hazards we are coming in contact with over the course of the project.

Thanks to Harry's leadership and commitment to implement this program, we have been able to provide monthly behavior-based assessments to our client, who has been very grateful for this information. This is allowing us to correct any and all at-risk behaviors as the job progresses and to continue to drive home a safe working environment for all companies working on this large scale project. Thanks again for your leadership Harry!

Nick LeBlanc

Nick LeBlanc serves as Danos’ HSE specialist for the Energy Systems Group since June 2017. He graduated from Nicholls State University with an Associates degree in Production and in Safety, in addition to a Bachelors of Science in Petroleum Engineering Technology and Safety Management. Nick was a member of the Colonels football team for four years, and he spent two years as a teacher and coach for a local high school prior to entering the oil and gas industry.


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