Gas Monitor Competence Training with Jason Call
October 25, 2021
In this episode of the Safety Consultant with Sheldon Primus, Sheldon interviews Jason Call regarding Gas Monitoring Competence Training. Jason Call, is an internationally known speaker in Safety and Construction. He speaks English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese, and holds an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. He has instructed throughout the Americas on gas detection and other safety products.
He has worked with Homeland Security to provide gas monitor training for domestic and foreign military, and is a five-time featured speaker at the Tri-State Water & Environmental Seminar on the “Hidden Dangers of Confined Space Entry”.
Jason has provided Gas Monitor Competence Training for many entities including:
United States Marine Corps
Southern California Edison
Orange County Sanitation District
Los Angeles County Sanitation District
Los Angeles City Fire
Los Angeles City Public Works
City of Phoenix
Armada de Mexico (Mexican Navy)
UC San Diego
South Orange County Wastewater Authority
Port of Long Beach
Tucson Electric Power
He served as Territory Sales Manager for Honeywell’s BW Technologies portable gas monitors for 10 years and was Manager of Mexico and Central America for Biosystems Gas Detection. He also created and led the Cross-Cultural Communications training for Honeywell’s Customer Service and Technical Service teams.
Jason is the inventor of the StormSlide erosion control device still used today by the US Forest Service and has spoken on civil engineering topics such as slope stability, waterproofing, drainage, and erosion control.
He is also an accomplished speaker and trainer in sales, sales management, and is a professionally trained baseball umpire.