Staff Sgt. Bryan Richardson is the 375th’s latest “Face of Safety.” Richardson is a highly skilled utilities technician in the 375th Civil Engineer Squadron. As the Zone NCO in charge, he is responsible for leading and training Airmen on various plumbing techniques and procedures. In his eight years assigned to Scott, he has deployed to Iraq and Al Dhafra in support of U.S. Air Force and Coalition operations. As the “Face of Safety,” he is recognized for his outstanding work as a subject matter expert on a recent interim safety board. In this standout role, he gathered vital information related to building utilities which helped narrow the possible causes of the incident and scoped the problem for better understanding. Additionally, Richardson is in the process of identifying 445 confined spaces on Scott AFB, assessing the potential risks, and contributing to lasting mishap prevention.
Staff Sgt. Bryan Richardson is the 375th’s latest “Face of Safety.” Richardson is a highly skilled utilities technician in the 375th Civil Engineer Squadron. As the Zone NCO in charge, he is responsible for leading and training Airmen on various plumbing techniques and procedures. In his eight years assigned to Scott, he has deployed to Iraq and Al Dhafra in support of U.S. Air Force and Coalition operations. As the “Face of Safety,” he is recognized for his outstanding work as a subject matter expert on a recent interim safety board. In this standout role, he gathered vital information related to building utilities which helped narrow the possible causes of the incident and scoped the problem for better understanding. Additionally, Richardson is in the process of identifying 445 confined spaces on Scott AFB, assessing the potential risks, and contributing to lasting mishap prevention. Photo by Airman Chad Gorecki
Staff Sgt. Bryan Richardson is the 375th’s latest “Face of Safety.” Richardson is a highly skilled utilities technician in the 375th Civil Engineer Squadron. As the Zone NCO in charge, he is responsible for leading and training Airmen on various plumbing techniques and procedures. In his eight years assigned to Scott, he has deployed to Iraq and Al Dhafra in support of U.S. Air Force and Coalition operations. As the “Face of Safety,” he is recognized for his outstanding work as a subject matter expert on a recent interim safety board. In this standout role, he gathered vital information related to building utilities which helped narrow the possible causes of the incident and scoped the problem for better understanding. Additionally, Richardson is in the process of identifying 445 confined spaces on Scott AFB, assessing the potential risks, and contributing to lasting mishap prevention. Photo by Airman Chad Gorecki

375th AMW “Face of Safety”

March 30, 2017 2:01 PM