Barragan International

41707 Winchester Road

Suite 304

Temecula, CA 92590


d. (951) 248-5512



David Barragan

President and CEO


David F. Barragan, President and CEO of Barragan Corp International, has over 30 years of safety experience in Strategic Risk Management.  Mr. Barragan has developed and implemented a unique approach to safety and risk management that has made Barragan Corp International a recognized industry leader in mitigating and controlling risk.  Prior to heading up Barragan Corp International, he was the president of RGarrison Strategic Risk Management where he built the Company from the ground up and successfully grew the business into a market leader in risk management services. Before his tenure with RGarrison, Mr. Barragan was the West Coast Regional Safety Director for seven Marine Corps bases and stations throughout California and Arizona.  He has expertise in a broad range of safety related issues and evaluates projects for both, employers and employees.  In addition, Mr. Barragan was the catalyst in changing the safety culture at Marine Corp bases, which was key in reduction of mishaps and increasing safety standards.  He supervised safety awareness education and training for a half-a-million military and civilian personnel.  He is a certified OSH instructor and a Safety and Health Manager from the University of California San Diego.  Additionally, Mr. Barragan is certified through the American Society of Safety Engineers for Managing the Business Aspects of Safety and holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management with an emphasis in Human Resources Management.

David F. Barragan gives back to his community in many ways. He supports local charities such as the Riverside County Professional Firefighters Benevolence Fund and the Riverside Police Officer’s Association.
He supports Veteran’s for American Business Development and donates to help the City of Murrieta and the City of Temecula the Rotary Club to commemorate Memorial Day with a field of flags. He also partners with
the Wounded Warrior Programs as well as the Veterans Transition Support (VTS), a military reintegration program. According to VTS, Mr. Barragan has provided training and education to more than 2,500 transitioning military. Often this leads to employment opportunities including 9 positions currently filled at Barragan Corp International. But he does not stop there. Once the Marines joined Barragan Corp International, Mr. Barragan continued to provide certification in OSHA compliance and other training necessary to be successful on the job site.


  • Government Contracting For Technical and Administrative Personnel

  • Intro to Safety and Health Management (OSHA 7500)

  • Trainer Course in OSHA standards for General Industry (OSHA 501)

  • Guide to Industrial Hygiene (OSHA 521)

  • Trainer Course in OSHA standards for Construction (OSHA 500)

  • Principles of Ergonomics (OSHA 2250)

  • Machine and Machine Guarding Standards (OSHA 2045)

  • all Arrest Systems (OSHA 3110) F

  • Excavations (OSHA 3010)

  • Hazardous Materials (OSHA 2015)

  • Electrical Standards (OSHA 3095)


  • Donald Rumsfeld Safety Award winner, 2005

  • Department of the Navy Award Winner, 2005-2006

  • American Society of Safety Engineers, Military Branch Body of Knowledge Chair 2011-2012

  • National Safety Council, 2006 to present

  • Board Member Marine Corps Historical Society

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