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Houston, Texas, United States
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March 23, 2019

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MELITON C.

SARMIENTO

ac8vl4@r.postjobfree.com

**** ******** ***** ****, *******,

Texas 77084

+832-***-****

HTTPS://WWW.LINKEDIN.COM/IN/ME

L-SARMIENTO-STSC-536A392B/

OBJECTIVE

Experienced and knowledgeable Health,

Safety and Environmental professional

familiar with all required industrial safety

procedures and policies. An HSE

professional with nearly 12 years of

working experience prepared to begin

enforcing and establishing safety rules

immediately. History in the safety field with

a proven track record of preventing

accidents and injuries. A candidate who

combines loyalty and dedication with a

strong attention to small details.

EXPERIENCE

SHE FIELD ADVISOR – WOODGROUP –

EMPNG ANGORE FACILITIES PROJECT

February 2017 – June 2018

• Responsible for developing, training (formal and Hands-on), mentoring, monitoring and reporting on the implementation and adaptation of HSE initiatives at EMPNG including:

• Aid and champion a world class HSE culture for all employees, contractors and subcontractors

• Assist personnel in identifying potential hazards and the appropriate controls to reduce risk to an acceptable level

• Promote the use of Stop Work Authority, share lessons learned when it is used and reinforce use in regular communications/meetings

• Perform audits/inspections to identify opportunities for improvement

• Assist in the development internal HSE policies and strategies

• Report on HSE statistics

• Provide dedicated HSE support and subject-matter experts during “major work”

– drilling/workover operations, major construction operations (including heavy lifts) and major well work.

SSHO (SITE SAFETY & HEALTH OFFICER – MACEC

GROUP OF COMPANY – US NSA (NAVAL SUPPORT

ACTIVITY) BAHRAIN

May 2016 – July 2016

• Responsible for the development and/or review of the Accident Prevention Plan, activity hazard analyses.

• Amendments to the accident prevention plan, on site safety education, tool box safety meetings, all around safety compliance of the project, and a proactive innovative attitude towards solving difficult site specific safety issues.

• Responsible for managing, implementing, and enforcing the project Accident Prevention Plan.

• Provide full-time on-site safety and occupational health management, surveillance, inspections, training, and safety enforcement.

• Provide site compliance through daily site inspections and daily safety reports.

• Development and/or review of Accident prevention plan, AHAs and crane and rigging plans.

• Coordination of safety issues with the Quality Control Manager and site

• Provide management and oversight of site specific safety activities.

• Demonstrate in depth knowledge of EM-385-1.1, OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and 1926.

• Maintain the OSHA 300 form.

• Maintain a safety and health deficiency tracking system that monitors outstanding deficiencies until resolution.

CONSTRUCTION SAFETY COORDINATOR – WOOD

GROUP – EMPNG (LNGP /HGCP) PROJECTS

August 2015 – January 2016

• Implement management, leadership and employee involvement.

• Implement procedures for identifying and controlling workplace hazards.

• Develop and communicate safety plans, rules and work procedures.

• Conduct trainings informing employees of company health and safety plans and promoting safe practices.

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SKILLS

• Extensively familiar with mandated

safety policies and standard safety

procedures for most industrial

disciplines.

• Confident leading and managing

others, ensuring all employees follow

instructions precisely.

• Excellent communication skills, both

written and oral.

• Strong attention to small details that

may create dangerous situations.

• Organized, familiar with administrative

responsibilities, and decision-making

abilities.

• MS Office Applications (MS Word,

Power Point, MS EXCEL and etc).

AFFILIATIONS

• Philippine Security and Safety Professional

Practitioners Association (PSSPA)

• World Safety Organization (WSO) –

International Chapter (Affiliate Member #

023064)

• Board of Certified Safety Professional

(BCSP)

• PHASE (Philippine Association of Safety

Engineers)– Qatar Chapter

• Develop company health and safety plans and policies, and manage programs that ensure safe working conditions.

• Supervise employee activities and inspect company equipment and property to ensure compliance with health and safety standards.

• Handle accident reports, make sure records are properly filed, and identify strategies for preventing future accidents

HSE COORDINATOR / HSE MANAGER PRC – PACIFIC RIM

CONSTRUCTORS) EMPNG – LNG (Construction of PNG LNG Refinery for Exxon Mobil & GREF (Global Real Estate and Facilities) May 2014 – May 2015

• Design, Implement, Communicate and Coordinate all Health, Safety, and Security and Environmental program for LNG and GREF Project.

• Create and Execute Site Project Specific HSSE plans in Constructions,Catering and Food Handling

• Serves as the subject matter expert (SME) in all HSSE matters.

• Proactively Develop, Implement and Maintain HSSE initiative’s and programs consistent with industry Best Practice, Legislative and Company and Client requirements.

• Designs, document, update and review HSSE procedures and policies to ensure ongoing validity and compliance.

• Manages HSSE department on site staff. Staff includes both expatriates and Papua New Guineans.

• Manage the day-to-day operations of all aspects of the Project.

• Conducts and documents risk assessments; safety and hazard identification audits and provides corrective action recommendations.

• Register non-conformance as appropriate, identify and complete corrective and preventive measures as appropriate.

• Manages the incident Investigation, Reporting and Corrective Action process from start to Completion.

• Develops and Implements an effective HSSE training plan including; Identifying training needs, develop training modules, conducting training, accurately recording and reporting training completions.

• Provides oversight to ensure staff operating permits, licenses, and certifications are all maintained as current.

• To provide site safety leadership, ensure facility compliance with corporate safety standards, implement safety directives, improve safety performance, and ensure facility safety policies and procedures are aligned with governmental regulations. SAFETY INSPECTOR / SAFETTY SUPERVISOR – DCK

WORLDWIDE (US NAVAL BASE GTMO, CUBA)

July 2011 – May 2013

• Project assignment: Construction of US Naval Housing and Fitness Center.

• Ensure that the requirements of the EMS 385.1.1 Safety and Health Standards of the US Army Corps of Engineers and company regulations are compiled with.

• Provide professional advice on design requirements for fire / safety and lifesaving systems, guided by the Company’s HSE philosophies as well as Local and International Safety Design Codes / Standards

• Monitor improvements through the preparation and implementation of HSE Audits and Inspections.

• Develop periodical HSE reports for company sponsor, Conducts safety & communication meetings.

• Assist in risk & impact assessment, controlling risks, environmental protection, proactive & reactive measurements. Cost effective plans.

• Conduct new employee site specific accident prevention program worker orientation.

• Investigating accidents and complaints and determining if there has been a breach of health and safety law.

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SAFETY AWARDS

• Top Quality Proactive Report –

O&I (Observation and

Intervention)

• Pacific Rim Constructors – 1

Million Safe Man-hours without

LTI

• CCCT - 5 Million Hours without

Lost Time Incidents.

• KBR – CCCT (Utilities and

Building) HSE Team Recognition

for achievement of 5 Million Safe

Production Hours Zero (0) Lost

Time Incidents

TRAININGS

• PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR

CONSTRUCTION (2018)

• OCCUPATIONAL FIRST- AID COURSE

(2017)

• CERTIFIED SECURITY & SAFETY

PRACTITIONER (2016)

• NEBOSH IGC (2016)

• LEAN SIX SIGMA – YELLOW BELT

(2016)

• IOSH MANAGING SAFETY (2015)

• RISK ASSESSMENT TRAINING (2015)

• EM 385.1.1 LEVEL 1 – CONSTRUCTION

SAFETY HAZARD AWARENESS (2012)

• FIRE WATCH TRAINING (2012)

• START (SUPERVISORY TRAINING AND

ACCIDENT REDUCTION

TECHNIQUES) (2012)

• SAFETY & OCCUPATIONAL HEASLTH

(SOH) FOR SUPERVISOR (2012)

• FIRST-AID / AED / CPR COURSE

• FIRE WARDEN TRAINING (2012)

• OSHA 30 HRS FOR CONSTRUCTION

INDUSTRY (2012)

• SCAFFOLDING SAFETY (2012)

• FALL PROTECTION (2012)

• LOTO (LOCK-OUT/ TAG-OUT) (2012)

• CONFINED SPACE ENTRY (2012)

• Immediately report all unsafe acts or conditions and assist in overseeing implementation of corrective action, weekly documented project inspections, and ensure corrective documented corrective action.

• Writing reports on results of inspections and investigations and completing detailed paperwork.

• Conduct Monthly Safety and Health Committee meetings, Acts as a Secretary on Safety and Health Committee.

• Evaluates hazardous conditions and recommends engineering controls, administrative controls, and/or personal protective equipment.

• Conducts Daily Huddle and Tool Box Talks every day, before the start of the work

• Prepare Daily Deficiency Tracking Log.

• Inspects specified areas for fire prevention equipment and other safety and first- aid supplies.

• Prepare Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) prior to the start of activities to be done at construction site.

SAFETY ENGINEER – ASEC DEVELOPMENT &

CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION (CLUB ULTIMA – RAMOS

TOWER) - PHILIPPINES

May 2011 – July 2011

• Project assignments: Construction of 33 Storeys –High-rise Condominium

• Ensure that the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Standards of the Local Authority (Philippine Standards) and company regulations are compiled with.

• Maintains records and systems for accidents and near misses and recommend Counter - measures to prevent recurrent of accidents.

• Conducts Accident and Incident Investigation and prepares reports as necessary.

• Check compliance of the D.O # 13 Guidelines governing Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Industry.

• Conduct Monthly Safety and Health Committee meetings, Acts as a Secretary on Safety and Health Committee.

• Check the compliance of the Lifting / Rigging Standard.

• Conducts Tool Box Talks every day, before the start of the work

• Advise key persons, Enforce safety standards, Monitor results and Report to Management to rectify all safety issues

• Carry out joint site safety inspection with area managers, site engineers, site supervisors, clients, consultants and suppliers

• Assess and Implement Method Statement for all types of work in Civil & Mechanical

• Maintained and updated all on-site safety records and inspection checklist EXECUTIVE - ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH & SAFETY –

YCH GROUP PTE LTD (SINGAPORE)

Sept 2009 – April 2010

• Train and recommend safety protocols and procedures for compliance with local regulations (Singapore EHS regulations), OHSAS 18001 & ISO 14001 certifications.

• Coordinates routine inspections of all buildings, facilities, and equipment for compliance with general and specific safety standards; reports non-compliance and/or hazardous conditions, and recommends remedial action and follow- up as appropriate.

• Implements and maintain on-site environment, health, and safety standards and procedures, in accordance with EHS policies and regulatory requirements.

• Conducts on-site investigations of accidents and incidents involving fire, hazardous materials, unsafe situations, and/or non-compliance issues; prepares reports and make recommendations for procedural changes as necessary. 4

• DHHC (DANGEROUS, HAZARDOUS &

HARMFUL CARGO (IMO MODEL

COURSE 1.10) (2010)

• BCSSC (BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

SUPERVISOR SAFETY COURSE) (2010)

• SSSC (SHIPYARD SUPERVISORS SAFETY

COURSE) (2010)

• PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH

PLANNING AND ORGANIZING (2009)

• QUALITY CONTROL

• CULTURAL AWARENESS

• DEFENSIVE DRIVING CBT COURSE

• NON-DESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION

CBT COURSE

• HYDROGEN SULPHIDE AWARENESS

CBT COURSE

• EMERGENCY RESPONSE CBT COURSE

• TRAIN THE TRAINER

• SUPERVISION WITHIN LIFE CRITICAL

ACTIVITIES

• INCIDENT AND INJURY-FREE

SUPERVISOR SKILL (IIF-SSK)

• PRACTICAL LEADERSHIP

• INTRODUCTION TO HSSE &

LEADERSHIP

• CONFINED SPACE ENTRY CBT

COURSE

• HAND SAFETY & MANUAL

HANDLING CBT COURSE

CERTIFICATIONS

• 16 training hrs. Project Management

for Construction. Cert.# J3-18-201-

2437

• CSSP (Certified Security and Safety

Practitioner)

Philippine Security and Safety Professional

Practitioners Association

• NEBOSH IGC 1 cert.#

00332536/800340

NEBOSH IGC 2 cert.#

00332536/801045

• Six Sigma Belt Guru – Lean Six

Sigma Yellow Belt cert.# YB0011-

2016

• IOSH – MS (Managing Safety) –

Institute of Occupational Safety and

Health Cert.# 263688

• Serves to inspect, evaluate, and oversee the maintenance and disposition of all hazardous materials stored; monitors usage of hazardous materials and makes recommendations as appropriate.

• Monitors and inspects fire, safety, and environmental equipment and facilities for serviceability and compliance with established regulations, policies, and standards.

• Implements on-site safety, and/or emergency management programs designed to respond to individual situations and to improve overall safety conditions.

• Keeps up-to-date on current local legislation, regulation changes, and changes to fire/safety codes and manuals; maintains knowledge of current and emerging issues and trends in area of specialty.

• Support s in development of on-site environment, health, and safety protocols and procedures, in accordance with YCH’s EHS policies and the corporate requirements.

• Coordinate and conduct regular EHS committee and related meetings and EHS training.

• Implement, upkeep and sustain EHS Management System, and other applicable EHS relevant systems, responsible care codes, best practices, EHS practices and procedures to ensure warehouses/plant/transportation compliance with the EHS requirements.

• Assume roles & responsibility of Fire safety manager.

• Liaise with government authorities on EHS issues as required.

• Provide supports and aligns to corporate and customer requirements and standards.

HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT OFFICER / AGT GAS

TESTER – SHELL PEARL GTL (GAS-TO-LIQUID) PROJECT

(RAS LAFFAN INDUSTRIAL CITY, QATAR)

January 2008 – May 2009

• Project assignments: Construction of SHELL Gas to Liquid Petrochemical Processing Plant (On-Shore)

• Administer, monitor and audit the permit to work system was implemented and followed.

• Maintains records and systems for accidents and near misses and recommend counter measures to prevent recurrent of accidents.

• Check the implementation of the Total Safety Task (TSTI) Instruction in each group on a regular basis.

• Check compliance of the Construction Project Control Standard.

• Ensure the use of Personal Protective Equipment in the work area.

• Conducts Tool Box Talks every day, before the start of the work

• Conduct Pre-entry Gas Testing on confined space e.g.(reactors, steam turbine generators, boilers, cooling water pipelines, air cooled condensers, tanks, culverts and foundation excavations)

• Performed risk assessment and job hazard analysis based on eleven life critical activities.

• Assist in the installation of signages and barricades

• Provide safety orientation for all the workers at the construction site SAFETY ENGINEER – TAIYO YUDEN (PHILIPPINES), INC.

MACTAN ECONOMIC ZONE 1 (MEZ 1)

LAPU-LAPU CITY, CEBU, PHILIPPINES

October 2005 – October 2007

• Monitor improvements through the preparation and implementation of HSE Audits and Inspections.

• Develop and revise existing facilities specific HSE Manuals and procedures pertinent to ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 Management Systems, annual HSE budget.

• Responsible for the prompt submission of legally requires reports to proper government agencies.

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• Safety Officer Training Course for

Construction, Petrochemical and

Oil & Gas Industries. Cert.#

• Food Safety Knowledge – Basic

Level Requirements – Advance

Learning Interactive Systems Online

(ALISON) Cert.# 335-***-**** (2015)

• Food Safety Training– Safe Practices

and Procedures – Advance Learning

Interactive Systems Online (ALISON)

Cert.# 598-***-****

• Safety Trained Supervisor –

Construction (STSC) – Board of

Certified Safety Professional (BCSP)

Cert.# STSC-IEX09681

• Construction Quality Management

(CQM) for Contractors Cert.# 784 –

Certified by USACE - NAVFAC

• OSHA 30 HOURS FOR

CONSTRUCTION: ID NO. 20-

600854384

• Institute of Leadership &

Management (ILM): The Leadership

and Supervisor Training Program –

Development Programme Cert.#

NB109010348111

• OFA (Occupational First- Aider)

Trained by WOODGROUP Cert.#

0202

EDUCATION

• MASTER OF SCIENCE IN

MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING /

UNITS EARNED ONLY

USJR (University of San Jose – Recoletos),

Cebu City, Philippines

• BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN

ELECTRONICS AND

COMMUNICATION

ENGINEERING / MARCH 2003

CIT-U (Cebu Institute of Technology –

University), Cebu City, Philippines

• Conduct Occupational Health and Safety Trainings to Employees.

• Receives safety complaints from employees and sees to its resolution.

• Conduct periodic Fire Safety Check and Testing of Fire Fighting Equipment as indicated in the Fire Protection Control Standard and sees to the corrections of the deficiencies noted in the Fire Safety Check Sheet by the appropriate groups.

• Check the implementation of the Safety Work Instruction in each group on a regular basis.

• Extend assistances to any group through safety advice and conducts customized education session, if deemed necessary.

• Conduct an Annual Building Inspection for the purpose of identifying and correcting potential fire hazards and or conditions of non-conformance of the Fire Code of the Philippines.

• Implement the Hearing Protection Control Standard.

• Check implementation of Safety Work Instructions in each group on a regular basis.

• Conducts the following Work Environment Measurement as indicated in the Work Environment Measuring Standard

o Temperature and Radiant Heat and Noise Level

• Monitors Compliance of the results of measurement conducted in the following: o Radiation Level Illumination Level

• Conducts checking of the following Fire Fighting Control Equipment if these are in good working condition(s)

1. Emergency Lights;

2. Exit Lights;

3. Fire Alarm Bells

4. Fire Exit Doors

5. Fire Extinguishers

6. Manual Pull Stations

7. Smoke Detectors



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