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Safety Coordinator

Medan, North Sumatra Province, 20115, Indonesia
November 02, 2018

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Safety Field Manager

Qualifications Profile

Analytical and results-driven professional with hands-on experience in driving safe and efficient operations by enforcing compliance with industry standards and with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. Adept at developing and implementing health and safety programs focusing on the improvement of overall operations and safe work practices, as well as reduction of recordable incidents. Strategic leader with strong team player capability in leading and guiding cross-functional teams toward the establishment of positive safety culture. Equipped with excellent interpersonal and communications aptitudes in building positive rapport with all levels of individuals. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, Predictive Solutions, and SIMS. AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Incident and Safety Investigations

Risk Assessment and Mitigation

Safety and Health Policy Implementation

Plant and Site Audits

Staff Orientation and Training

Case Management

Health and Safety Compliance

Hazard Identification



Provide oversight to safety operations of Plant Scherer wet ash – dry ash conversion

Conduct thorough inspection on job site for any hazardous activities and execute safety analysis

Promote proactive communication across the site by presiding over the following meetings: o Safety committee meetings to discuss innovative solutions and employee recognition with superintendents; o Cause map analysis meetings for accident investigations; and o Weekly supervisor and general foreman safety meetings covering safety site issues

Deploy and manage strategic safety site construction programs

Coordinate with project client regarding safety issues, investigations, and policy and procedures

Facilitate employee training focused on fall protection, confined space, and lockout-tagout (LOTO)

Spearhead the demolition activities and construction of new Magaldi dry ash handling systems

Ensure compliance of the job site by evaluating all daily work permits

Supervise five field safety facilitators and day and night teams, ensuring proper coordination of daily tasks, audits, trainings, and hazard assessments

Reduced escalating incident rate to negligible rate through implementation of behavior-based safety program which reduced escalating incident rate to negligible rate Project Site Safety Facilitator – Granbury, TX 2016–2017

Managed safety aspects of a $1.78B project for Exelon

Maintained active involvement with appropriate inspections and audits engagement

Executed site safety training for new employees and safety skills training for supervisors

Observed adherence to compliance and non-compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration

(OSHA) and site rules to secure awareness of safety process Project Site Safety Field Facilitator – Port Everglades, FL 2014–2015

Functioned as safety professional for Florida Power and Light project worth $1.6B

Administered inspections and site audits, along with facilitation of safety committee meetings

Strategically headed investigation of all recorded incidents and accidents, both onsite and offsite

Carried out workers compensation and case management for all injuries

Organized and administered new employee site safety orientation and specialized training

Contributed key insights in minimizing total recordable incident rate by more than 40% within 7 months through deployment of new safety programs and employee incentive DDEELLOORREESS EE.. TTRRAAVVIISS

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Project Site Safety Facilitator – Front Royal, VA 2013–2014

Headed the safety aspects of $2.4B project for Dominion Power

Cultivated strong relationships with external organizations to raise site awareness and importance of the project

Checked all daily work permits to ensure compliance of assigned area

Ensured proper prioritization of team workload based on risk and importance

Taught and guided employees on correct safety procedures

Drove efforts in the development of safety procedures and identification of required personal protection equipment for operation of job site equipment

Planned and managed regular safety meetings to integrate fall protection procedures for the project site

Executed in-depth accident investigation, including maintenance of all project safety reports and incident logs Project Site Safety Administrator – Front Royal, VA 2012–2013

Recorded all incoming worker’s compensation and reported first aids, property damage, and near miss incidents

Monitored, trained, and recognized teams involved in job-wide incentive program for more than 1,500 employees

Demonstrated competency in administering shots and basic first aid duties, including transporting employees to doctor appointments

Maintained the confidentiality of all employee health data and medication documentation

Organized all safety luncheons, award ceremonies, and employee mass meetings

Assisted 11 safety facilitators in generating reports and performing investigations

Handled the implementation of safety drug screen process across jobsite, which included scheduling and administering screens

Located and reported chemical spills, including revising and submitting the most current MSDS

Took charge of ordering and managing safety materials with $80K monthly budget EDUCATION

Coursework in Business Information Technology • 2008 Strayer University • Herndon, VA



Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 30-Hour Training Course OSHA Standard for the Construction Industry (OSHA 510) Reliance Fall Protection

National Fire Protection Association Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace (NFPA 70E) Rigger Safety Training – Equipment Training Solutions Industrial Rigging Training – Equipment Training Solutions Signal Person Training – Equipment Training Solutions Accident Investigations – OSHA 360 Training

Department of Transportation (DOT) Train the Trainer – Zachry Industrial, Inc. Field Technology – National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Think Reliability, Root Cause Analysis (RCA)

Field Safety – National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Competent Person Scaffold – Sunbelt Training Institute Certifications:

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

First Aid

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)


American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) – Blacks in Safety Excellence (BISE) Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP)

National Association of Professional Women (NAPW)

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