Daniel Wells is highly respected in the safety professional community, in the field among tradespeople, and within the construction and exploration industries. He has more than 5 years of construction and industrial safety leadership experience in multiple construction industry disciplines and oil & gas. Daniel demonstrates strong risk management capabilities and is a steady voice of safety and influence among executive level leaders and decision makers.
NDSC, Authorized Instructor:
- H2S Certification & Respiratory Protection Training
- OSHA Construction 10 and 30
ONE BASIN – One Way! Standardized Safety Orientation, Authorized Instructor
DANIEL WELLS, Safety Consultant
What do you do at NDSC?
I’m a Safety Consultant for NDSC and responsible for training various safety topics. I come from a safety management background in fields ranging from heavy civil/technical construction, industrial electrical construction, drilling and oil and gas.
Why is NDSC’s mission to prevent injuries and save lives important to you?
The NDSC’s mission is important to me because I feel people generally want to work safely and will do what they feel is right within the context of their knowledge and experience; so, if we can give them the knowledge to live and work more safely through value-added training and experiences, we can make a lasting difference in their lives.
What are your hobbies?
Biking, reading, curating my music collection, discovering new breweries and movie nights with my family.
Name one really interesting thing about yourself.
I’m a cellist and have played in symphonies, orchestras and ensembles, although I’m a little out of practice!
If you could travel anywhere, where would it be and why?
New Zealand with my wife to visit Hobbiton and have an ale at The Green Dragon.
Tough to choose! Right now, I am listening to a lot of Matt Heckler, Lost Dog Street Band, Colter Wall, Iron and Wine, The Head and the Heart and The Avett Brothers.
If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
For people to be kinder and more charitable with each other.
Biggest pet peeve?
What store would you pick to max out your credit card?
Who would play you in a movie?
Probably John Candy if he were alive today.
What is your biggest fear in life?
Failing my family
What is your favorite movie, book and TV show?
I really enjoyed ‘American Underdog’, the story of Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner.
My favorite TV show is definitely ‘MASH’ and my favorite book is ‘Seabiscuit’ by Laura Hillenbrand.