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Safety Administrative Assistant

Location:
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Posted:
April 17, 2018

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Cathy Grieve

780-***-****

#******** Ellerslie Rd.

Edmonton, Ab, T6W 1S9

ac451s@r.postjobfree.com

Objective

To find full time employment, where I can utilize my skills while attaining additional knowledge and experience to further enhance my value to your company.

Employment History

TF Truckload and Logistics

June 2012 – Jan 2016

Administrative Assistant / Inventory Controller

Documented all incoming and outgoing inventory for multiple CNRL projects.

Input inventory, assigned storage location, dimensions and weights.

Produce picking and packing lists, and bills of lading for all outbound shipments.

Worked with CNRL to maintain “Care and Preservation” reports.

Tracked all Material Testing Reports, and included these with all outgoing equipment shipments.

Tracked all billable manpower hours per project.

Responsible for addressing all CNRL queries.

Maintained both computer, and hard copy back up files.

Gained additional knowledge in Microsoft Excel and Word, along with specialized software programs specific to inventory tracking.

Documented and participated in morning safety meetings

Diversified Staffing Services (Universal Contract Logistics)

Apr 2011 – Apr 2012

Administrator / Document Controller

Tracked all structural steel, fittings, electrical and instrumentation on CNRL contract

Responsible for Daily Material Reports, Job Site Receiver Reports, Irregular Material Service Report,

Tracked and input QCMD’s, suppliers, identification codes, heat numbers and Material Test Reports

Sunburn Auto Appraisals

Feb 2008 – Present (Casual)

Data Input

Utilizing software specific to the auto appraisal industry

Office and administrative functions as required

Unifirst Canada Ltd.

Jan 2007 – Jan 2008

Safety Coordinator

Developed and implemented a safety program specific to their needs.

Created safety manual (policies, procedures, safe work practices, hazard identification, inspections, investigations, meetings, etc.)

Conducted new employee orientations

Enabled Unifirst to obtain their first “Certificate of Recognition” (C.O.R.) for safety.

Superheat FGH

Feb 2005 – Feb 2006

Safety Coordinator

Conducted daily safety meetings

Performed formal and informal inspections

Responsible for all other safety aspects

Cooperheat MQS (Team)

Sep 2000 – Feb 2005

Heat Treating Technician

Heat treating / stress relieving on welds for oilfield pipe

Responsible for ensuring workplace safety

Travelled from B.C. to Newfoundland to implement safety procedures for all major shutdowns.

Worked at the Syncrude Site in Fort McMurray in 2004 as superintendent / foreman for Cooperheat, and was responsible for every facet of the company’s business – from safety to running shutdowns, accessing job requirements, bringing in employees and equipment, LEM’s, etc.

Enabled Cooperheat to obtain their first “Certificate of Recognition” (C.O.R.) for safety.

Related Training

Principles of Health and Safety Management

Leadership for Safety Excellence

Prime Contractor

Auditor Diploma

CSTS / WHMIS / H2S / Confined Space

First Aid

Microsoft Word and Excel

References

Available on request



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