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Safety Manager

Location:
Gilman, Iowa, United States
Salary:
Open
Posted:
March 26, 2019

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Bradley K. Chrisman

Professional Summary

Over 20 years of hands-on experience in professional guidance in safety, protection, and legalities of company assets and merchandise. Specialized in training employees on safe working practices through proper instruction and interpretation of OSHA, EPA, DOT regulations and laws. Active and driven, known for making perfect decisions under pressure.

Proficient in detection and apprehension of external thefts, investigating frauds and recovering stolen items. Familiar with criminal law and surveillance principles and researching laws in numerous states.

OSHA 10 hour and 30 update class,

EPA Update,

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Inspector and Instructor,

Hazardous Materials Inspector and Instructor,

Cargo Tank and Bulk Truck Inspector and Instructor,

Hazwoper certified

Auditor and Instructor on Driver Qualification Files, Maintenance Files,

Instructor on Right To Know/Hazardous Communication,

Instructor on Respirator Training,

Instructor on Power Industrial Truck,

Instructor on Fire Safety,

Instructor on LOTO,

Instructor on PPE,

Instructor on LP Requalification,

CPR and First Aid certified,

FEMA Center for Domestic Preparedness certified,

Bomb Technician Certified,

Accident Reconstruction Level II,

Knowledge of CAD Systems,

Visio Systems, Instructor on SharePoint and Outlook Programs, knowledge of various other programs i.e. Excel, Windows, Word, Java Script, Digiopp, and many surveillance programs and equipment. In college I was a tutor for accounting.

Employment History

November-2017-Present Iowa League of Cities Des Moines, Ia

Loss Control Representative

Duties included but were not limited to:

Assist City and County’s with worker compensation claims and how to reduce claims through safety and assessment within the workplace.

Assist with hazardous assessments within the workplace.

Assist in policies and procedures with emphasis in safety.

Assist with OSHA and EPA compliance.

Assist with OSHA 300 Log, as well as guidance on the OSHA 300.

Bradley K. Chrisman

November-2017-Present Iowa League of Cities Des Moines, Ia

Loss Control Representative

Employment History continued:

Update policies and procedures.

Give guidance and recommendations for safety and safety committees for City and County Governments.

Assist City and County governments on risk assessments.

Conduct incident review through ROOT cause analysis.

Perform presentations to City and County employees on the latest information regarding rules and regulations, laws that may affect the employees and stay up to date on those rules and laws.

Assist in updating Emergency Action Plans.

May-2013- October 2017 United Suppliers Ames, Ia

Loss Control Representative

Duties included but were not limited to:

Compliance audits at U.S. Facilities and Customers of U.S. to make sure our facilities meet, OSHA, DOT, EPA, and other agency rules and regulations.

Drug Testing of employees.

Update, Train, and Perform Emergency Action Plans.

Investigate accidents within our facilities, spills, and accidental releases.

Assist our Coop Assistant Personnel. Assist the CAP customers with compliance issues.

Perform presentations to many persons on the latest information regarding rules and regulations, laws that may affect our company or CAP personnel, and keep up to date on those laws.

Inspect Commercial Motor Vehicles, to make sure they are in compliance. Perform safety training to personnel to CFO’s, Directors of Safety, Directors of Transportation.

OSHA injury log, Or 300 log, make sure it is current and posted from February to April.

Site Security Plan, Update, Improve. Performed a 100k project at 8 Facilities with camera system.

Train Employees on various tasks, emphasis on safety as well as risk management.

Update Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and perform up to date Right to Know training.

January 1996 - January 2012 Colorado State Patrol State of Colorado

Trooper

Duties included but were not limited to:

January 1996 - January 2010 worked the road, enforcement of all laws in the State of Colorado emphasis on traffic code.

January 2010 - January 2012 worked at the State Capitol under the Executive Security Unit, providing security detail for dignitaries, the Executive Branch, Legislative Branch, and Judicial Branch of Government.

Level I Federal Motor Carrier Safety inspector, along with Hazardous Materials and Cargo Tank Trucks

Dignitary Protection certified, Dignitary Protection for the National Football League (Denver, Co), Dignitary Protection for the Big 12 Conference (Colorado University, Boulder, Co)

Colorado State Patrol Fitness Coordinator, PPCT Instructor

Accident Reconstruction

Crisis Intervention Team

Knowledge of CAD system programs

Instructor on the SharePoint and Outlook programs

Employment History Continued:

January 1996 - January 2012 Colorado State Patrol State of Colorado

Trooper

Knowledge of Windows, WordPerfect, Visio, Excel, Visio, and CAD System.

Education

Morningside College Bachelors of Science Degree

Major: Criminal Justice

Marshalltown Community College Associates Degree(s)

Major: Business Administration, Marketing



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