OSHA Training

Posted on: March 27th, 2015 by admin

FullSizeRenderOSHA 4 hr. “Safety for General Industry Supervisor’s”

Left to Right – Angel Jimenez, Jesus Rodriquez, Chris Mason, Wayne Howell, Charlie Scogin, Donnie Martin, and Robert Mendez-Toledo

Our Supervisor’s have the greatest responsibility and accountability because they work together with our employees.  The Supervisor is the one person who can take immediate action to ensure their work area is safe.

Safety is planned and managed just like productivity and quality.

I appreciate all the time and effort our Supervisors put in to make Trinity Steel a safer place.


Judie Glawson, Safety Coordinator

OSHA Certificate

Posted on: November 4th, 2014 by admin

Craig DraughanCraig Draughan Operations Materials Manager received OSHA Certificate.

Completed OSHA 30 hour safety training course.  This course provides complete information on OSHA compliance issues.

The Road to CSHO Certification and a Safer Trinity Steel

Posted on: January 31st, 2014 by admin


Judie Glawson, Trinity Steel Fabricator’s safety coordinator, has completed her first step towards the Certified Safety & Health Official (CSHO).   The CSHO course offered by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service is an industry recognized program that requires over 260 hours of coursework.  Judie has completed the first 15 hour course in accident investigation techniques and expected to complete the remainder of the coursework over the next several years.  We look forward to Judie applying her new knowledge and keeping our facilities safe everyday.

Trinity Steel Saves the Day!

Posted on: September 10th, 2013 by admin

Construction problems happen.  After a structural steel collapse during construction at a power facility near Deer Park,  Texas left the project manager in need of steel fast, Trinity Steel  was ready to step in and use its industry relations and fabrication expertise to get them back up and running.  Placing the project on a fast track, Trinity was able to fabricate a 80 tons of steel and deliver it to the job site in less than two weeks, minimizing the impact to the overall construction schedule.