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Manager Safety

Location:
Winter Park, FL
Salary:
75000
Posted:
September 26, 2018

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Delvin Casta Bellido

***** *** ***** ****

ORLANDO, FL 32829

Cel. # 954-***-**** or via e-mail: ac66ri@r.postjobfree.com /ac66ri@r.postjobfree.com

Objective

To obtain a challenging position that will provide an opportunity to apply my extensive knowledge and operational skills.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Site Safety Manager – FEB-2016 to Present

Employer: Astaldi Construction, Corp.

EHS Manager: Marcelo Toledo, Cell phone # 305-***-****

Responsible for plans and implements safety Culture, Policies and Procedures in compliance with local, state, and federal rules and regulations including Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Department of Transportation (DOT). Compliance concerns and preventative actions. Implements training for employees in work site safety practices, maintains safety files and records, Performs safety surveys and inspections, prepares written reports of findings and recommendations for corrective or preventive measures where indicated and follows up to ensure measures have been implemented. Conducts post-accident investigation and prepares report identifying possible accident causes and hazards for use by company personnel, set up and conducts training, Safety Culture, Pre-Task plan helper for completion, Toolbox Meeting, evaluation and upgrading of safety programs and other responsibility. Supervise, make safety recommendations and PPE, audit safety all the operations in the construction of bridges in the projects of Astaldi Construction Corp.

Site Safety and Health Officer DEC-2014 to DEC-2015

Employer: DRAGADOS USA

Flood Control Bechara Project, San Juan P.R.

Puerto Rico Office (Close)

Responsible for ensuring project compliance with the safety provisions contained in EM385-1-1, OSHA Standards, Department of the Army (DA), Department of Defense (DOD), and National Consensus Standards. Disseminate the contents of the approved Accident Prevention Plan and Hazard Communication Plan to all affected parties. Verify that all parties understand the Accident Prevention Plan and Hazard Communication Plans by assessing stakeholder understanding of the documents and clarifying any issues, questions, or concerns. Resolve safety deficiencies and identified possible hazard; verify Activities Hazard Analysis prepared prior to each Preparatory Meeting.

Coordinate and supervise on-site equipment safety inspections. Ensure that all equipment deficiencies are corrected prior to use. Ensure that weekly Tool Box" safety meetings are held for employees on site and that they are documented per the provisions of the Accident Prevention Plan. Ensure that all equipment operators are qualified to use their equipment in a safe manner. Conduct daily safety inspections of on-site operations, and document findings on the appropriate forms. Ensure that the Quality Control Supervisor or Manager (QCSM) is also performing daily safety inspections and is noting his findings in the "Safety" block on the Daily Quality Control Report. Manage the project’s Environmental Protection Plan. Assess and monitor compliance with local, state and federal environmental laws. Responsible for stopping work if hazardous safety conditions if identified. Coordinate findings with the Quality Control Supervisor or Manager (QCSM) to determine and implement corrective actions to eliminate the hazard. Other responsibility Implement APP (Accident Prevention Plan) procedure to all subcontractors and indoctrinate all personnel that will work on a project. Inspection for all equipment (heavy equipment, electrical hand tools equipment, electrical cords, stairs, scaffolding inspection and certification to be used, Once a week provide a tool box meeting, Recommendation to work on a safely environment, Hot permit (welding and cut), Logout tag out program, Fall protection program, Excavation permit, Safety advertisement signs, Create and/or verify AHA (Activity Hazard Analysis) for every type of activity at the project, Provide first aid when an accident occurs, and submit the documentation of the accident, incident or accident investigation and implement corrective action, Maintenance record of OSHA 300 -301, Prepare the APP (Accident Prevention Plan) procedure to all subcontractors and indoctrinate all personnel that will work on a project.

Site Safety and Health Officer - 2012 to 2014

Employer: Caribe General Constructor

(AFRC) Building

Army Forces Reserve Center Project, Road 342, Mayaguez, P.R.

Supervisor: Walmer Martines, 787-***-****

Responsible for ensuring project compliance with the safety provisions contained in EM385-1-1, OSHA Standards, Department of the Army (DA), Department of Defense (DOD), and National Consensus Standards. Disseminate the contents of the approved Accident Prevention Plan and Hazard Communication Plan to all affected parties. Verify that all parties understand the Accident Prevention Plan and Hazard Communication Plans by assessing stakeholder understanding of the documents and clarifying any issues, questions, or concerns. Resolve safety deficiencies and identified possible hazard; verify Activities Hazard Analysis prepared prior to each Preparatory Meeting.

Coordinate and supervise on-site equipment safety inspections. Ensure that all equipment deficiencies are corrected prior to use. Ensure that weekly Tool Box" safety meetings are held for employees on site and that they are documented per the provisions of the Accident Prevention Plan. Ensure that all equipment operators are qualified to use their equipment in a safe manner. Conduct daily safety inspections of on-site operations, and document findings on the appropriate forms. Ensure that the Quality Control Supervisor or Manager (QCSM) is also performing daily safety inspections and is noting his findings in the "Safety" block on the Daily Quality Control Report.

Manage the project’s Environmental Protection Plan. Assess and monitor compliance with local, state and federal environmental laws. Responsible for stopping work if hazardous safety conditions if identified. Coordinate findings with the Quality Control Supervisor or Manager (QCSM) to determine and implement corrective actions to eliminate the hazard.

Project Safety Officer - 2010 to 2012

Employer: TEC General Contractor

Flood Control Project, Rio Ojo de Agua, Aguadilla P.R.,

Supervisor: Cesar Acevedo, 939-***-****.

Apply the provisions of EM385-1-1, CESAJR385-1-1, OSHA Standards, DA, DOD, and National Consensus Standards to all aspects of reference project. Ensure that the contents of the approved Accident Prevention Plan and Hazard Communication Plan are disseminated to all affected parties, and that they are understood. Coordinate and supervise safety inspections of all equipment on-site, and ensure that all deficiencies have been corrected prior to their use. Ensure that weekly Tool Box" safety meetings that cover topics relevant to the job at hand are held for employees on site and that they are documented per the provisions of the Accident Prevention Plan.

Ensure that all equipment operators are qualified to handle their equipment in a safe manner. Ensure that all safety deficiencies identified by the Hazard Analyses that you are to prepare and submit for each Preparatory Phase Meeting are corrected before work begins for the definable work feature covered in each meeting. Conduct daily safety inspections of all operations on site, and fill out the appropriate report forms with all findings. Ensure that the QCSM is also performing dai1y safety inspections and is noting his findings in the "Safety" block on the Daily Quality Control Report.

Protect the environment within the project area to the extent required by the Environmental Protection Plan and local and Federal laws. I have the authority to stop any work activity, which, to the best of your belief, is hazardous to the extent that it poses an immediate threat to life or limb. You will confer with the Project Manager and/or the QCSM to determine and then implement the appropriate corrective action to eliminate the hazard.

Warehouse Supervisor - 2010

Employer: Albergue Olímpico

Salinas, P.R.

Provide all aspects of leadership for warehouse employees. Personnel responsibilities include, but are not limited to: shift scheduling, maintaining employee motivation and morale, training, communication, conflict resolution, performance evaluations, attendance monitoring and disciplinary action where appropriate. Operational responsibilities include, but are not limited to: inventory management, shift start meetings, warehouse housekeeping, research/resolve shipping errors and implement corrective actions. Lead the team in all aspects of promoting the Company safety program, immediately identifying and eliminating risks to drive safe working habits and behaviors. Assist with accident investigations as needed. Ensure full compliance with all OSHA regulations and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s). Work jointly with production, customer service, and distribution to ensure external customer order fulfillment requirements are met accurately and on time. Maintain solid customer satisfaction levels relating to quality, accuracy of loads and on-time delivery, while ensuring the highest level of operational efficiencies. Maintain an open dialogue and communicate effectively with Manager, shift lead person, and employees to ensure that work in warehouse is completed efficiently, on time, and with a minimum of errors. Follow the chain-of-command and documentation in all matters requiring supervisory involvement. Assist with training and integrating of new employees to the department. Be familiar with all jobs performed in the department and assist with overseeing that daily goals/schedules are successfully met. Flexible to vary work shifts depend ant upon business and staffing needs.

Project Safety Officer – 2008 to 2010

Employer: TEC General Contractor

Flood Control Project, Rio Grande de Arecibo

Supervisor: Cesar Acevedo, 939-***-****.

Apply the provisions of EM385-1-1, CESAJR385-1-1, OSHA Standards, DA, DOD, and National Consensus Standards to all aspects of reference project. Ensure that the contents of the approved Accident Prevention Plan and Hazard Communication Plan are disseminated to all affected parties, and that they are understood. Coordinate and supervise safety inspections of all equipment on-site, and ensure that all deficiencies have been corrected prior to their use. Ensure that weekly Tool Box" safety meetings that cover topics relevant to the job at hand are held for employees on site and that they are documented per the provisions of the Accident Prevention Plan.

Ensure that all equipment operators are qualified to handle their equipment in a safe manner. Ensure that all safety deficiencies identified by the Hazard Analyses that you are to prepare and submit for each Preparatory Phase Meeting are corrected before work begins for the definable work feature covered in each meeting. Conduct daily safety inspections of all operations on site, and fill out the appropriate report forms with all findings. Ensure that the QCSM is also performing dai1y safety inspections and is noting his findings in the "Safety" block on the Daily Quality Control Report.

Protect the environment within the project area to the extent required by the Environmental Protection Plan and local and Federal laws. I have the authority to stop any work activity, which, to the best of your belief, is hazardous to the extent that it poses an immediate threat to life or limb. You will confer with the Project Manager and/or the QCSM to determine and then implement the appropriate corrective action to eliminate the hazard.

Assistant Project Manager - 2006 to 2008

Employer: Cervecera de Puerto Rico

Road Alfonzo Valdés, Mayagüez P.R.

Supervisor: Carlos Colberg, 787-***-****, may be contacted.

Assist the PM to review plans, Specs and all Contract documents, Manage Project Controls, Assist in Preparation and Coordinate CO.s, submittals, transmittals, and RFIs and schedules among Client, Designers, sub-contractors and suppliers

Assist with Management of schedule of values, and project budgeting for pay applications

Estimate and create material and labor hour spreadsheets in excel

Collect Sub Contractor’s bids

Senior Environmental Specialist - 2003-2005

Employer: VONROLL WTI PUERTO RICO

Bayamon, P.R.

Supervisor: Javier Salgado, 787-***-****.

Develop a working knowledge of state and federal environmental regulations. Communicate with Corporate, Regional Environmental Staff, and environmental regulatory agencies. Supervise the operation and maintenance of monitoring equipment associated with environmental activities. Maintain an environmental compliance program which meets Corporation and regulatory agency standards. Assist in Continuous Improvement by being alert to opportunities. Supervise a program of land reclamation and waste disposal that meets state requirements. Review laboratory work for information required in reports.

Education:

University of the East (Universidad Del Este) May 2011

Bachelor in Business Administration, Management Major – GPA: 3.00

Computer Skills:

Windows 7, 8 & 10 / Microsoft Office 2007, 2010 and 2013

Training and Certifications

Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Advance Course

Florida Stormwater, Erosion and Sedimentation Control Inspector Training

Roadway Worker Protection Training

OSHA 500 (Train the Trainer)

OSHA 7845 (Recordkeeping)

OSHA 510 (Standard for Construction Industry)

Noises and the Program of Conservation of Way Auditory

Personal Protection Equipment Certification

10 Hours OSHA Construction Certification

30 Hours Course in OSHA Construction Industry

Health and Safety for Hazardous Waste Operation and Emergency Response (40hr.Training)

DOT HM-126 & HM-181 Regulations for safe Transportation of Hazardous Material

Hazardous Material Transportation (49CFR Part 100-180)

Member of Federal Safety and Health Council

Work Practices for Operation and Maintenance

Adult CPR and Standard First Aid



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