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Location:
N'Djamena, N'Djamena, Chad
Salary:
$4000
Posted:
November 24, 2018

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TOGYANOUBA PAUL

Expert Security Management

Ndjamena/CHAD

Mobile phone: +235-**-**-**-**/98 48 89 59

E-mail: ac7r2c@r.postjobfree.com

EXPERIENCE: 17 YEARS

PERSONAL PROFILE

Management of security operations, drafting and implementation of evacuation planning, incident investigations, security training, risk management and analysis, physical perimeter security installations and security of company assets in relation to contractors and access control. Ability to work on an emergency evacuation plan, intrusion and threat of bombs;

Strong fieldwork experience gained in hostile and often stressful environments with international humanitarian organizations in several regions of northern Chad and above all responsible for training staff in the Fundamentals of Personal Safety, Aggressive Behavior Management, Effects of Weapons and Explosives, Teamwork, Security of Buildings, Kidnapping and Taking of Hostages, Sexual Violence, Travel Safety and First Aid in Isolated areas, Personal Hygiene and Stress Management, Communication and Incident Reporting. Safety and security audits of facilities, drilling and completion operations; my full experience in safety management throughout the country has allowed me to encourage employees to comply with the company's safety rules and to have positive attitudes towards its QHSE (Quality Health) policies. Security Environment). Practical knowledge in the use and installation of computers, projectors for safety briefings, GPS / GSM tracking system for vehicles, ELTRON P420i badge making machines and the Lenel system, monitoring. Strong communication skills with the ability to prepare, present and discuss in English and in English fluently adapted to the requirements of the company's policy, standards and procedures to contractors and employees; Ability to function well in a multicultural environment and strong supervisory skills for exploration camps and facility construction; In addition to the usual reports on incidents / accidents to senior management, I am able to provide analysis of work safety and procedures in a work environment;

Ability to investigate incidents and create a business risk assessment plan; I have a good knowledge of Komé Oil Fields, various exploration wells in the southern part of Chad and its northern side after working for a few years with UN humanitarian agencies.

A good understanding and ability to work on micro software like Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint;

PROFESSIONNAL CAREER

May 2017 to this day

Security and Transport Officer at International Rescue Committee (IRC) Security risk analysis and assessment work in high-risk areas for the implementation of humanitarian programs in Chad.

In charge of daily logistics and procurement issues with security and transport management

Provide staff briefing and orientation on the security situation in the area and the internal security instructions of the IRC organization, Train staff on first aid actions in emergency response areas Update of contingency plan and organization security management Train staff on how to handle vehicle robberies, kidnappings, bomb threats, crossfire, riots, hibernation or safe evacuation

Ensure regular deployment of staff in refugee camps Ensure the safety of buildings, warehouses and health centers supported by the IRC organization,

Preparing reports on incidents in refugee camps

Provide medical coverage to deployed field staff by providing emergency drug kits,

Establish a civil and medical evacuation plan in case of unrest in the area, Establish protective measures in the event of fire, explosions, traffic jams, hijacking, abduction, mining, violence and sexual assault. Implement and direct standard IRC vehicle policies and procedures, paying particular attention to security issues.

Manage and take responsibility for the fleet, orders and inventory management of all vehicle parts and consumables, including fuel. Evaluate, supervise and monitor drivers and ensure that appropriate and operational communications equipment is installed in IRC vehicles to meet operational and safety requirements.

Ensure proper maintenance and regular repair of IRC vehicles and generators. Ensure that all vehicles contain necessary documentation and that all documents are up-to-date (including insurance certificates). Regularly train all drivers on basic mechanical skills, daily vehicle inspections, driving safety exercises, preventive driving, use of Codan, etc. Prepare a weekly and monthly report on the transportation service and sign the refueling forms and keep a record and accurate fuel economy control system. Maintain complete and accurate inventories for warehouses, goods and furniture Perform monthly and ad hoc inventory inspections (documented). Strict enforcement of vehicle safety due to high level of robbery and hand-to- hand vehicle repetition in eastern Chad

February 2016 to December 2016

Country Safety& Security Manager at International Medical Corps (IMC), Chad; Update of contingency plans, security risk assessments and security procedures for IMC operations in Chad

Maintain ongoing contacts and develop a security network with government authorities and non-governmental organizations to exchange and update security information

Participate in coordination meetings organized by UNCHA (United Nations Humanitarian Coordination in Chad) and UNDSS (United Nations Department of Security and Safety)

Responsible for security briefing for expatriates, new employees and coordinating security issues with logistics departments and IMC field coordinators March 2012 until October 2015

Security Consultant at Schlumberger Seaco Chad

Responsible for safety and security audits of facilities, drilling and completion operations;

I was also responsible for maintaining an open dialogue with contractors' employees to ensure that all known hazards and those discovered during the course of work are appropriately communicated and managed; I worked on a plan for emergency evacuation, intrusion and threat against bombs;

In addition to the usual reports on incidents / accidents to senior management, I was able to provide analysis of job security and procedures in a workplace; April 2009 to January 2012

Head of Security Operations, WEATHERFORD INT, Chad I was tasked to help write emergency evacuation plans and present an intrusion response plan to the Komé Oil Fields Board of Directors Conducted a number of bomb threats exercises, emergency evacuation drills and intrusion response drills in the oilfield development zones Submit a weekly safety and security document with employee advice notes on various drilling platforms deployed at OFDA sites. October 2002 to December 2008

Security Operations Officer, PRIDE FORASOL, Chad

As a security operations officer for ESSO (EXXONMOBIL) drilling operations, I was responsible for performing a number of security functions such as: Implementing security procedures for staff and facilities (fifty-six different nationalities living in a confined camp)

The escort of hazardous materials, including explosives for use on different wells by Schlumberger Wireline Service, or Baker Oil Tools, Complete timesheets for three hundred guard forces contracted in charge of securing all drilling and housing sites per day (GARANTIE Society). Establish security identification badges and regulations for employees of ESSO and its subcontractors such as PRIDE INTERNATIONAL, SCHLUMBERGER, FMC, BAKER, TOSSWA, TAYLORS, PESCHAUD, SENEV, ENCOBAT, etc. operating in the Komé oil fields;

The escort of equipment transport and dangerous cargoes to different locations and the daily supervision of all contracted guards deployed at the sites; Conduct extensive patrols on different well pads where Chad's drilling team is operating;

Report to senior management on incidents, accidents or acts of sabotage at drilling operations sites;

Perform penetration tests to improve the performance of the guard force deployed at the sites.

October 2001 to October 2002

Security Officer, Chad Cameroon Constructors, SUB-SAHARA SERVICES (HALLIBURTON) Responsible for escorting (with armed forces) expatriates and equipment from Komé to N'Djamena;

In addition to the usual manufacture of identification badges, I had to perform security surveillance duties such as patrolling throughout the company's facilities and controlling the contracted guards (COPGARD Company). I was honored with an "EXCELLENCE AND QUALITY AWARD" 2002 in recognition of my outstanding contribution to the Chad ESSO / TCC development project in Komé.

TRAINING & QUALIFICATION

Personal Field Security Training - France

Security & Safety Management of Humanitarian Operations Training in Cape Town, South Africa

Trained in PSBC (First Aid with Community Foundation) with the Chad Red Cross Security Management Training at the International Security Institute, Caltrop College of London (England), CITY & GUILDS

Supply Chain Management Training at the International Medical Corps by Dr. Zourga Mohammed of Washington, HQ.

Training on upstream incident investigation and analysis techniques at the EEPCI training center, Komé / Chad

Security Leadership Training at ESSO Chad in N'Djamena, OCAT training by EEPCI (ESSO Exploration and Production Chad Incorporation) on Insurance and Competence, Komé / Tchad

Trained on how to handle the Hydrogen Sulfide / Respiratory System (H2S / BA) at Komé,

Computer Refreshing Course on WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS with UNIVALOR at the University of N'Djamena,

Safety training on "STOP METHOD" organized by PRIDE FORASOL in N'Djamena, Trained on English and American Literature at the University of Chad, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, N'djamena,

Trained in Information and Communication Sciences and Techniques (S.T.I.C), Faculty of Arts and Humanities, N'djamena,

Trained on Computer Programs WORD, EXCEL and ACCESS at "Professional School of Informatics and Burautique (E.P.I.B)" N'djamena, Secondary and Primary Formation in Sarh (city located in southern Chad) QUALIFICATIONS

Emergency First Responder Certificate

An OSC-Highfield PFST Training Certificate

Safety and Security Training Certificate of Humanitarian Operations in Cape Town/ South Africa.

Master 1 in Security Management (BTEC DT LEVEL3, City & Guilds England) Certificate of First Aid Training PSBC (First Aid with Community Foundation) with the Chad Red Cross.

Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Management Certificate (IMC HQ Washington) Upstream Investigation and Incident Investigation Certificate (ExxonMobil) Certificate in Quality Management and Security (EDN: Enterprise Development Network AUSTRALIA)

Safety Leadership Certificate (EDN: AUSTRALIA Business Development Network) Bachelor of Arts / Sciences (Bachelor), (University of Chad, Department of English) Bachelor's degree in general education, second level. Certificate in Computer Use at UNIVALOR, University of Chad, N'Djamena Certificate in "Secretariat / Office, Documentation" First level certificate in communication

Security certificate STOP METHOD

Certificate in defensive driving safety

Chadian official license to drive light vehicles

Certificate in H2S / BA, SECORP

PERSONAL DETAILS

Date of birth: 5 October 1974, Nationality: Chadian, Health: Excellent Referees:

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NOUALBAYE

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Laoukoura Dionadji (United Nations Department of Safety and Security (UNDSS) Security Manager East of Chad Tel: +235-**-**-**-**) BARTHELEMY MBAIRAMADJI (Superintendent of security EEPCI Tél: +235-**-**-**-** ac7r2c@r.postjobfree.com)

James William Frank (Director of operations Schlumberger/Chad Tel: +235-**-**-**-**, ac7r2c@r.postjobfree.com)



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