Josh Bobb serves as the Environmental, Health, and Safety Manager at Brinkman Construction, and oversees safety programs and trainings across multiple disciplines. Since taking the role in 2017, he has helped the company achieve multiple honors and certifications, including CHASE Blue, membership in the Colorado Stormwater Excellence Program, and Colorado Workman’s Comp Cost Containment Program. In 2022, he won the Rocky Mountain ASSP Safety Professional of the Year award, and is an active member of several AGC committees and ASSP. Josh is a youth sports coach, Western Stock Show volunteer, and has served as a volunteer firefighter/EMT since 2002.
Josh has been in the construction industry since 2004 and a Safety Professional since 2007. He started and worked for 3 ½ years as a concrete laborer. It was during these 3 ½ years that he found a love for safety.
Josh’s passion for Safety in both the Construction and General Industries has grown and matured over the years. He strives for excellence in all he does and drives that passion and compassion in his daily role and interaction with those he serves. He looks forward to having an opportunity to serve the members of the Rocky Mountain ASSP.
Dave Tolbert, CSP
With safety running as a common thread throughout his personal and professional life, Dave likes to think safety and safety leadership are in his DNA. Early in his career, Dave was tapped to organize and run various safety committees in addition to his job responsibilities as an electrical designer in the power industry.
Earning several safety awards for his activities at work, Dave was also rewarded for his safety leadership as a ski patroller with the National Ski Patrol (NSP). He was awarded the NSP yellow star for his individual lifesaving efforts on two separate occasions. Additionally, Dave provided leadership as a volunteer firefighter in his hometown for several years obtaining firefighter II status.
In recognition of his safety efforts at work, Dave was promoted to senior risk manager and then corporate safety director. There he grew his knowledge in the corporate risk, risk financing, and safety arenas, impacting a greater audience with his program knowledge and caring philosophy.
Capitalizing on this experience Dave is now a regional safety director for a nationwide mechanical company providing safety support for operating companies across the country. He approaches his role with empathy and an altruistic philosophy. His experience and industry knowledge will aid him immensely as he pursues executive leadership positions within the ASSP Rocky Mountain Chapter.
Tyranny Bergin, OHST
Tyranny is a Safety Representative for PDC Energy, an upstream Oil & Gas production company located in Evans, CO. She has worked for PDC since 2018 and has a diverse background working in healthcare, warehouses, and customer service. In 2010, she began her career at Northern Oilfield Services, LLC., a small oil and gas contractor company, and in 2014 she was tasked with safety duties as they began to grow. This was when she realized her love for the safety profession.
Tyranny has been growing her knowledge in the safety profession and obtained her Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST) in 2021 and is currently working on completing her bachelor’s degree in Business Management. She joined the ASSP Rocky Mountain Chapter Board in 2021 and currently holds the position of Newsletter Chair. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family and golfing.
Being elected as Secretary for the ASSP Rocky Mountain Chapter would be an honor.