He is a young and successful safety professional who is currently working in Saudi Arabia. For him, in order to reach the job that he wanted, he just have to enrich himself with the knowledge and confidence through attending safety classes and practice what he learned from them.
Engr. Ludivico Dangan Gamuya III is a Safety Advisor employed in a Technical Service company providing Electrical and Mechanical work services at Saudi Aramco as a contractor company.
“I am handling company’s three maintenance projects at Yanbu NGL Fractionation Department, Yanbu Refinery and Crude Oil Terminal as a Safety Advisor,” Ludivico said.
According to Ludivico, the training and certification he had with Petrosphere is a big help for him.
“Yes! A big help for me, the knowledge I gained from Petrosphere help me to improve and developed the current situation of our company. I just want to thank Petrosphere for the opportunity you’ve shared to all the aspiring Safety Professionals like me; it’s all because of you why I am here in my position right now. Thank you for being part of my career as a Safety and health Professional,” Ludivico said.
He further added, “Keep in providing world-class HSE training services to all aspiring Safety Professionals all over the world. Hoping we can work together in the future. God bless and more power!”
Previously he worked as a safety officer at Link Ri Logistics Incorporated in Puerto Princesa City, which he was responsible in developing programs and processes for safety in the workplace and in-charge with putting the new Process in writing in the form of manual, planning and conducting training classes and seminars for workers, analyzing accident reports to determine if the cause was due to faulty equipment or poor, and many others.
Link Ri is a sister company of PCBSI (Prudential Customs Brokerage Services Incorporated) and which is in line in hauling containerized cargoes.
“Through attending seminars and trainings, this would help aspiring individuals to be more competent candidate as a Safety Officer and also through faith,” Ludivico said.
He was graduate of Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering, Class of 2014 from Palawan State University (Main Campus) at Brgy Tiniguiban, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan.
For those who are yet starting in their career, he has an advise, “Adversity makes you stronger not weaker, think of it as an opportunity to grow. Never quit, keep on going, pray always whether in bad times or in good times. Good luck and God bless!”