Nicholas Samuel Loskutoff
Construction Safety Manager / Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO) / Safety Manager
Engaging and detail-oriented Safety Manager with the ability to develop a team toward ambitious performance through creation of an inclusive and innovative team culture.
Inventive and motivated professional with a robust background in construction safety and meaningful college degrees in construction engineering.
Resilient professional with the capacity to excel in construction, manufacturing, and warehouse safety management by creating valuable professional relationships focused on trust and transparency.
Creative problem solver with the ability to ensure implementation and continuous monitoring of the provisions of the Project Accident Prevention Plan (APP) and Activity Hazard Analyses.
Outstanding leader, manager, coach, and mentor with a remarkable ability to uncover root causes and train teams to discover previously unrealized solutions with focus on values and culture.
Entrepreneurial leader with the capacity to use creativity to determine the best course of action for the business as a whole through use of skills that transfer across multiple industries and positions.
Passionate about professional development for self and colleagues with ingenuity to create and maintain opportunities for professional and corporate growth.
Cyber Professional Solutions – Chula Vista, CA
Company Safety Manager, April 2017 to May 2018
Honored to be selected by employer after he experienced my safety leadership as a NAVFAC Construction Safety Manager charged with oversight of a jobsite safety audit on one of his job sites. Created environment for durable success through oversight of safety program. Streamlined operations and improved safety throughout company by conducting safety training; supervised all safety matters within field.
Employed balanced, disciplined leadership to guide safety throughout Camp Pendleton.
Achieved perfect safety record with zero reported mishaps throughout FY 2017 up to my final day.
Naval Facilities Engineers Command (NAVFAC) – San Diego, CA
Contracts Construction and Service Safety Manager, October 2001 to September 2015
Demonstrated calm, clear-headed leadership as technical authority and subject matter expert within construction, service, and environmental contracts safety and health oversight. Provided insightful vision and safety guidance to command’s eighteen Resident Officer’s in charge of construction, detachments, public works centers, and officer in charge of construction for Marine Corps Base and facilities throughout California, Arizona (Yuma), and Nevada (Fallon). Enhanced clarity of mission by providing safety guidance to Area Safety Managers. Maximized operational efficiency of prominent, highly sophisticated projects by reviewing, recommending, and enforcing contract specifications for safety compliance in accordance with Navy and Army Corps of Engineers Safety standards (EM 385-1-1), Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Clause 52.236-13. Ensured compliance with Navy, Army, Federal, and environmental safety codes. Leveraged experience and skill to successfully conduct variety of safety mishap investigations for contractor employee injuries, Federal DOD employees, patrons of the base exchange services, and commissaries damage. Exercised detailed analysis and judgment while conducting several “Class A" mishap board investigations involving contractors and DOD employees with serious injuries and fatalities. Oversaw safety compliance of hundreds of million-dollar government construction contract projects aboard government facilities throughout California, Arizona, Nevada, and Hawaii and projects in Italy, Bahrain, and Rota, Spain.
Enhanced operations and improved long-term safety potential through meticulous research and analysis of causal factors.
Received monetary awards from U.S. Navy for professional services.
Infused workplace with new knowledge to minimize potential accidents.
Ensured long-term success as member of Source Selection Boards by assisting in selection of ideal contractors.
Demonstrated capacity to excel by facilitating safety training courses abroad for DOD government and host nation employees; maintained active government "Security Clearance.”
Employed refined relationship-building skills and collaborative mindset to review and establish contract protocol with contractors using distinctive contract safety specifications in partnership with BRAC divisions and Service Contract Specialists.
Affirmed capacity to excel as command’s Contracts Radiation Oversight Manager with oversight of all sub-command's Contractor Oversight Technicians with keen attention to radiation safety required by contractors.
Additional Experience as Safety and Occupational Health Specialist, Regional Support Command, Los Alamitos, CA; Safety Engineer, S.J. Amoroso, Foster City, CA; Safety Consultant, St. Francis Medical Center, Lynwood, CA; Safety Engineer / Compliance Officer, California Department of Occupational Safety and Health, Van Nuys, CA; Area Safety Manager, Ball, Ball, & Brosamer Construction Company, Danville, CA; and Environmental & Safety Officer, M.A. Mortenson Construction Organization, Lost Hills, CA.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (Construction), Cal State University, Long Beach, CA
Certificate of Completion: Industrial Safety Operations, Cal State University, Long Beach, CA
Certificate of Completion: Facilities Management, Cal State University, Long Beach, CA
Associate of Science in Supervisory Leadership, Hawaii Pacific University
Radiation Safety Officer • Army Corps of Engineers Construction Hazard Awareness (EM385) "Train the Trainer" Instructor Course • Department Of Defense (DOD) Federal OSHA 500 Construction "Train the Trainer" • Federal Construction and General Safety Standards Training • USACE Construction Quality Management for Contractors • Systems Acquisitions • Contractor Source Selection and Technical Evaluations • Crane Safety • Vehicle Safety • Tactical Vehicle Road Safety • Mishap Investigations • Principles of Scaffolding • Navy / Marine Corps Occupational Safety & Health Program Course • Air Force Aviation Ground Safety • Safety Tools and Strategies; Competent Person Fall Protection • Competent Person Trench / Excavation Safety • Fire Prevention Safety • Hazardous Waste Training • Asbestos Field Inspection • Respiratory Protection • Workplace Back Injury / Ergonomics • Time Management Techniques • DOD Systems Acquisitions • HAZMAT • Windows, Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Office • Navy / Marine Corps computer-based programs including tracking employee Days Away Restricted or Transferred (DART) injuries
20 years honorable service (Jan 1970 - August 1990) with the United States Marine Corps • Staff Non-Commissioned Officer for the Marine Corps duties include Helicopter Mechanic, Crew-chief, Aerial Gunner, Platoon Sergeant, Guard Chief, Drill Instructor, Forward Observer, Parachutist, and Military Police • Served for four-years as Safety Specialist • As Brigade Safety Manager, I established unit work site safety operating procedures, provided technical guidance to unit commanders and supervisors, and interpreted federal OSHA CFR 1910, 1926, & 1960 standards, as well as military DOD safety standards to include MCOSH and NAVOSH directives • Supervised and instructed subordinate commands and their unit Safety Specialist’s daily duties • Analyzed and assembled monthly, quarterly, and yearly mishap safety statistics for approximately 7000 Active duty and civilian employees • Conducted accident investigations, analyzed and reviewed subordinate command accident reports for concurrence • Developed, coordinated, instructed, and implemented the commands first recognized “Ground Safety Course;” received “Navy Achievement”