Malakoff, Texas 75148
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Objective: Obtain a challenging position with a company that will utilize my experience to focus on the safety of employees, clients and protection of the Companies interest.
* Maintain the site or facility in regulatory compliance with Federal, State and Local regulatory agencies, including OSHA and Corporate mandates/programs;
*Coordinate/conduct safety training programs and audits covering emergency preparedness, chemical spills, hazardous material handling, confined space, vehicle safety and all required OSHA training, or other EH&S training deemed appropriate for the site;
*Ensure all departments follow proper processes/procedures, identified through frequent site inspections/ audits. Conduct internal/external site environmental and safety audits;
*Document and file all required reports and regulatory findings in a timely fashion with federal and local/city agencies/departments;
*Perform other duties as may be directed by Management;
*Develop/ prepare training documents and support material for use by training personnel within the facility.
10/22/2017 – 01/20/2018
URS/ AECOM, Contract Safety with ASP-5 at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.
03/2015 – 03/2016
General Dynamics Information Technology, Contract Safety Manager for 160th Signal Brigade at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Title: Safety Manager
12/2012 – 12/2014
Kuwait Oil Company, Behavior Based Safety Contract. Teaching/ Safety to KOC Operations, Maintenance and Contract personnel.
2/2011 – 12/2012
ITT KBOSSS Contract, all military bases in Kuwait, safety duties for all contractors and assist ASG-KU with the Safety Program administration. Title: Sr. Safety Engineer.
11/2006 – 2/2011
CSA, Ltd Kuwait, Performing all Safety duties for the US Military on all Military Bases in Kuwait, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Title: Safety Supervisor
11/2005 – 11/2006
KBR Construction Services, Al Anbar Province, Iraq Reporting to Al Assad, Baghdad, Iraq, and Houston, TX Corporate, the Safety Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of safety, including but not limited to, investigation of all incidents, injuries, near misses, and accidents; inspection of the jobsite including: KBR contractor camp, Dining Facility, including the US Marine Corps Camp. During my time at Korean Village, KBR personnel had no time lost with only two minor first aid cases. Also no motor vehicle or equipment damage was sustained. Only the Investigation of incidents/accidents which occurred to convoys on the highways to and from Korean Village (most due to insurgent actions), my personnel reached and exceeded 100,000 safe hours prior to my contract ending.
11/2004 – 11/2005
CSA, Ltd. (Kuwait; 1 year contract completed) Safety accountability at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait Naval Base, and SPOD port for all of the personnel on the sites; coordination with the US Army, Navy, Air Force and US Marine Corps for inspection of base facilities and operations; reporting to ASG Kuwait Safety Manager, Base Commander and base Safety Officers as needed and requested for assistance; inspection and training of all contractors on all base construction projects.
Investigation of all accidents, injuries and incidents as needed for reporting to the Base Commander; and support and assistance to Training and Environmental departments.
Decorating and Coating Applications, LLC 12/2002 – 11/2004
Chamblee, Georgia - Safety Manager
Removal (blasting) of leaded interior/exterior paint and repainting of aircraft hangers at Vought Aircraft; liaison to Vought re: employees and safety compliance; supervision of laborers, painters, management to assure safety compliance with governmental agencies, paint suit regulations, masks, drug/exposure testing, blasting equipment, compressors and other safety issues (which might occur); safety training and implementation. (Federal Contract, US Naval).
Industrial Corrosion Control, Inc., Dallas, Texas - Safety Representative 4/2002 – 12/2002
Restoration/repainting of metal buildings - government contract, aircraft construction company, Dallas, Texas; 25 employees (safety training, equipment, clothing, respiratory equipment, including health checks); confined space, OSHA inspections, QA, lead safety procedures, engineering liaison, safety report preparation/ inspection. (Federal contract).
The State Group, Detroit, Michigan - Safety Manager 7/2001 – 11/2001
Construction of new airport project in Detroit, Michigan (620 electricians; reported to Bracknell Safety, Toronto, Canada); Contract terminated after 9/11/2001.
Responsibilities: formulating and implementing safety programs and procedures for employees, contractors, subcontractors during construction of the new airport; liaison between all companies for Local, State and Federal regulations.
UltraPure Services, Inc. Carrollton, Texas - Safety Manager 1/2001 – 6/2001
Responsibilities: Ensuring the availability, readiness and proper use of accident prevention procedures, safety and fire prevention equipment, protective clothing and devices, and first aid for Dallas sites, North Carolina, New Mexico, Singapore and Puerto Rico facilities; recommendation and formulation of safety policies, procedures and maintaining records of safety inspections/ inventory of safety equipment; training of Safety programs for all employees related to the industrial and process piping.
(Company closed Dallas, Texas office, June 2001)
M+W Zander Dallas, Texas - Safety Manager, Coordinator, Protocol Trainer. (Office of M+W Zander International, located in Stuttgart, Germany.) 6/1996 – 1/2001 (note: 52 sub-contractor companies).
Responsibilities: Clean room construction, safety policies/procedures; daily interaction with management and various subcontractor companies to insure all safety requirements were met.
Fish Bach & Moore Dallas, Texas - Safety Manager 1994 – 6/1996
*(Dallas Area Rapid Transit Project - Dallas, Texas; 200 employees, electrical contractor)
Responsibilities: Safety during rail construction and electrification of the light rail transit system; coordination of safety policies and interaction with subcontract construction companies for the implementation of each policy.
Government of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia - Fire/Safety Chief 11/1992 – 1/1994
Located at living compound and water desalination/power plant. (800-acre site, 200 miles of pipeline with 8 pumping stations, 1500 employees).
Responsibilities: Safety, preparation and implementation of policies; interaction with Saudi Arabian government officials, management and foreign employees.
1970 - 1992
TU Electric Dallas, Texas - Sr. Staff Safety Representative
(Gas, Coal, Mining and Nuclear Operations).
Safety and Training of power plant and mining operations ultimately retiring at Glen Rose, Texas (Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant; 1200 employees, 13,000 contractors).
Responsibilities: safety policy formulation, implementation, and training of contractor companies (supervisors) to meet all government safety policies (NRC, OSHA, MSHA);
Interaction with management providing site safety information; formulation and implementation of safety policies, procedures of accident prevention, maintaining safety inspection, protective gear, and first aid equipment. Revise Safety Manual.
Other positions held at TU Electric Dallas, Texas:
Safety and Training Representative
Assistant Plant Operator
Power Plant Engineering Course – 3 year College Approved Course for TU Electric Operations Personnel. IBEW approved course.
Oklahoma State University US-Oklahoma-Oklahoma City
3 CEUs - Hazardous Material Management
Hill County Community College US-Texas-Hillsboro
12 hours (4 courses)
Tarleton State University - Stephenville
Temple Jr. College - Temple
3 CEUs - EMT Training
University of Texas - Arlington
3 CEUs - Asbestos Abatement
Texas A&M University US-Texas-College Station
15 CEUs - Fire Training Academy
200 hours/yearly - Fire Instructor
Southern Methodist University - Dallas
3 CEUs - Audiometric Training
Henderson County Jr College/Trinity Valley Community College
3 CEUs - EMT Training (15 college hours)
Rockdale High School, Rockdale, Texas Graduate
Texas A&M University US-Texas-College Station
Instructor - Fire/Safety
US Marine Corp US-CA-Camp Pendleton -Military
S/Sgt, Base Instructors Battalion - teaching all military subjects. MOS 1833 and 2142
*Respiratory Program/ Spirometry testing/health screening
*Management Oversight and Risk Tree
*Nuclear Plant Operations
*Aberrant Behavior Response
*Heat Stress Management in Nuclear Power Plants
*S.C.B.A. Maintenance (Scott and MSA)
*Leadership I, II, III
*Radiation Worker Training
*Texas Safety Association (all classes)
*Trenching and Excavation
*Red Cross First Aid and CPR Instructor
*Defensive Driving Instructor
*Audiometric Technician (MSHA)
*National Safety Council (all courses)
Safety Awards - Senior Safety Representative during the 11,000,000 hours worked without a lost time accident (Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant, Glen Rose, TX).
Best Practices US Army. 2010. (ASG-KU Safety Program).