Our customer had nothing but good things to say about Dennis. “I just wanted to let you know what a pleasure it was to work with Dennis Bond for the past two weeks! He was here to assist a subcontractor who most definitely needed guidance and direction from a third party professional. Dennis was able to get them turned around in the right direction in the short time he was here! Our client safety loved him and he was very well liked by the entire safety team. You truly are certainly blessed to have such a knowledgeable, friendly employee working for your company! He is welcome back here anytime he is available.”
How does Dennis make such an impression in a short amount of time? We sat down with Dennis to get a feel for how he lives day-to-day.
AC: Describe a typical day at work.
DB: It involves safety meetings, reviewing JSA’s, conference calls and making sure the crews are safely working.
AC: How do you get pumped up for the day?
DC: I thank God for allowing me to wake up for another day.
AC: What was the best vacation you have ever taken?
DC: This past July 4, my wife and I took our grandsons to Magic Springs, AR.
AC: Describe yourself in one sentence.
DB: A friendly outgoing person who like to meet new people and see new things.
AC: What is your favorite thing about your job?
DB: Each job is different and the challenges each day
AC: What food could you live on for a month?
DB: Southern cooking
AC: How do you stay motivated at work?
DB: By maintaining a good attitude.
AC: What has been the most fulfilling moment in your career so far?
DB: I went to Africa in 2012.
AC: Tell us about a moment that changed your life.
DB: I was released from the hospital in 2013 from bypass surgery.
AC: What would be your advice for future [safety professionals]?
DB: Keep an open mind and cross-train in different fields.
AC: What is your favorite activity outside of work?
DB: I like fishing with my wife and grandsons.
AC: Which talent or superpower would you most like to have and why?
DB: I’m friendly and love to meet new people.
AC: What was the best advice you were ever given?
DB: Don’t hurt your crew.
AC: Do you have a bucket list? What are the top three things on it?
DB: 1) Visiting Norway, 2) Going to London, 3) Taking my Grandsons on a trip around the U.S.
AC: Do you have any pets? What are their nicknames?
DB: Yes, I have two, Jackson and Sam.