|Michael L Drakulich, CSP
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Columbus, Oh 43213
Cell phone 614-***-****
Home Phone 614 ***-****
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• General Industry and Construction OSHA Consulting, specializing in regulatory compliance best practices, such as automotive parts suppliers, welding and fabricating operations..
• Construction Safety Manager on a Federal DOE, US Dept of Forestry, US Park Service regulated high hazard construction site which was completed with no recordable incidents.
• Registered General Industry and Construction 10 and 30 hour Outreach Trainer through the West Virginia University extension program.
State of Ohio
Public Employment Risk Reduction Program (PERRP)
• Responsible for ensuring all public employers within the State of Ohio followed all Federal and State Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA/PERRP) rules and regulations covering all levels of State, County, Municipal, Village and Township governmental entities.
Provided OSHA audits for manufacturing workshops in Ohio Department of Corrections, Prisons Industries and Joint Vocational Career Centers, such as paint sraying ooperations.
• Provided consulting and training programs to create positive safe and healthy driven workplace environments emphasizing in-house personnel to promote safety and health self assessments.
• Attained my National Certification for Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Note, this Certification process uses two testing tiers of engineering concepts and industrial safe work practices.
City of Columbus
Department of Public Utilities
Division of Water
Safety Program Manager.
• Responsible for managing, developing policies, standard operating procedures, safety and health practices, conducting safety and health audits, industrial hygiene practices and sampling procedures, analyzing existing job hazards, designing, modifying workplace equipment or placement of processing equipment reducing or eliminating occupational hazards, evaluating risk assessment procedures while creating, implementing and supporting a safety culture driven workplace for over 600 employees covering :
• Water Treatment Plants
(Emphasis on Confines Spaces, Hazard Communication, Hazardous Material Response, Lockout/Tag out, Machine Guarding, Process Piping and Industrial Hygiene sampling)
• Construction and Maintenance Operations
(Emphasis on Traffic Control, Equipment Operations, Hearing Conservation, Industrial Hygiene Sampling, Excavations and Trenching)
• Field Services Personnel, Office and Building Maintenance
(Emphasis Emergency Action Planning, Fire Prevention, Hand and Power Tool Safety)
• Implemented a Division Wide hazard assessment training program involving all levels of Management, supervision and employees. All assistant administrators, managers, and supervisors II and III had either a 30 hour outreach card for Construction or General Industry. All supervisor I and Lead personnel had either a 10 hour outreach Construction or General Industry card.
• Results produced a developing safety culture using near miss reporting, hazard assessment awareness and procedures for all work tasks significantly reducing frequency and severity rate as well as associated costs.
• Interpersonal skills accomplishment in developing and maintaining a voluntary compliance relationship evolving the active participation of all levels of employees, supervision, management and elected officials.
• Oral Communication accomplishment in communicating safety and health concepts and practices in a safety culture driven compliance program rather than acceptance of regulatory enforcement in a manner consistent with the individual or agency personnel.
• Problem Solving ability to assess, evaluate and implement a variety safety and health solutions eliminating or reducing employee hazards, especially in the area of cost assessment, feasibility and practicality.
• Reasoning ability to make site specific solutions to safety and health conditions in a variety work place environments and working conditions while in the field.
• Writing skills capable of communicating safety and health audit information including technical information in a manner to successfully convey solutions to entry level employees as well as experienced personnel.
• Occupational safety and health knowledge transfer abilities so clients understand the nature of the hazard, the compliance requirements and options of solutions available as well as the effect the solution will have on the bottom line of expenses.
• Marion Franklin High Graduate (1966)
• Ohio State University, Bachelor of Arts, Comprehensive Triple Major (1973)
• Ohio State University’s Fisher Graduate School of Business, Masters Degree in Labor and Human Resources (1982)
• Board of Certified Safety Professionals
• American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
US Navy Veteran
Michael Rea, Supervisor
State of Ohio, PERRP
Work phone 614-***-****
Thaddeus Spack, Chief Financial Officer
Yenter Companies, Inc.
Cell phone 303-***-****
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