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Tampa, Florida, United States
June 13, 2019

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Joseph Stajkowski

Riverview, FL 813-***-****


Safety Management Professional

Quality-driven HSE professional with a stellar record of successful initiatives in safety planning, site inspections, risk analysis/mitigation, regulatory and safety compliance, and environmental safeguards. Expert in all facets of health and safety administration, operational efficiency, industrial hygiene and safety, complex project management, and continuous process improvement within global enterprises. Visionary and dynamic self-starter highly astute at creating and implementing corporate EH&S procedures, programs, processes, and systems that minimize risk, enhance productivity and boost efficiency. Consummate communicator and leader of interdisciplinary teams, adept at ensuring highest levels of training and development through the implementation of rigorous training programs. Proven ability to develop flexible, creative yet comprehensive solutions that deliver exceptional results within a global organization.

Areas of Expertise & Technical Skills

Health & Safety Enforcement

Environmental/Safety Planning

Accident & Incident Prevention

Emergency Response Planning

Workplace Safety Improvements

Project Life Cycle Management

Construction Safety Inspections

Safety Briefings/Reporting

USCE EM-385-1-1 Compliance

Environmental Safety Protocols

Budgeting & Cost Savings

Risk Identification/Mitigation

Root Cause & Hazard Analysis

MSHA & OSHA Regulations

Hazardous Materials Handling

Professional Experience

SAFETY MANAGEMENT GROUP, Indianapolis IN 2018 - Present

Safety Supervisor

Guarantee site safety and compliance with all regulatory standards by analyzing company and subcontractor risk assessments, method statements as well as preparing and issuing work permits for activities on the project. Perform job site inspections, attend all job site meetings, accident investigation, and safety violations reports to ensure future prevention. Maintain training sessions and records of onsite orientation and onsite roster for Brasfield & Gorrie, Amcon, and all Subs. Adhere to all safety policies and procedures, ensuring drug free workplace.

Key Projects:

Alabama Power Plant: Quinton Alabama for Brasfield & Gorrie

Wrote and submitted (Hot Work. PRCS permits) and (PTW) Permit to Work for management of high hazard tasks.

Nestle Purina Plant: AMCON Industrial, Hartwell, Georgia

Composed and delivered (CMRP's) Contractors Management Risk Predictions and (PTW) Permit to Work for management of high hazard tasks.


Safety Coordinator II

Ensured a safe and effective work environment by surveying work areas, developing multiple detailed plans, including identifying risks, enforcing adherence to safety policies and procedures, selecting suitable accessories, delivering instruction to site personnel, implementing inspections and maintenance regimes on all equipment, as well as implementing procedures for reporting defects and incidents.

Key Projects:

Saint Petersburg Pier Replacement & Seawall Replacement St. Petersburg, Florida

Budget: $21M

Project consisted on a new 148,000 SF Concrete Deck Supported on Approximately 426 Concrete Piles.

Mosaic Riverview Facility Loading Dock, Seawall Replacement and Fender Repairs Riverview, Florida

Budget: $10M

I+Icon SOUTHEAST – performed various marine construction activities at Mosaic Fertilizer’s Riverview facility to completely rebuild the client’s dock seawall, fenders, and outer deck surface.

Berth # 3 CEMEX Terminal Port of Tampa Florida

Budget: $6M

Demolition of an existing sheet pile bulkhead, installation of a new King Pile and sheet pile bulkhead, and upland installation of (48) 85’ HP14 x 73 steel H piles and (102) 24” square pre-stressed concrete piles ranging


Safety Supervisor

Spearheaded corporate safety strategy and programs with the intent and purpose of identifying, evaluating and controlling unsafe working conditions. Reinforced developing strategy and programs to foster long term improvements in the field of safety. Delivered constructive feedback on SH&E policies and procedures. Educated all departmental supervisors on the proper use of these systems to improve quality standards and enforced enterprise-wide uniformity. Developed and promoted safety campaigns and safe work systems.

Key Projects:

USACE – Charleston – FY Murrells Inlet Maintenance Dredging, Charleston, SC

Budget: $6.2M Period: 2014 – 2016

Maintenance dredging approximately 585,000 cy of unclassified material from Murrells Inlet shall be deposited at nearby Garden City Beach and at the west end of the south jetty on Huntington Beach State Park.

Conducted before and after surveys of beach areas and supervised structures adjacent to Garden City Beach during construction.

Mississippi Dept. of Environmental Quality - MS Sound Sand Berm Project, Jackson, MS

Budget: $8M Period: 2016

Constructed sand berm in MS Sound by Hydraulic Dredging of approximately 1,500,000 CY.

Mobile Bay National Estuary Program - Mon Louis Island Restoration, Coden, AL

Budget: $2.4M Period: 2016

Constructed 7,000-ton rip rap breakwater, created 30,000 CY of marshland, and dredged 120,000 CY of maintenance for navigation.

Port Tampa Bay FY 2015-2017 Navigational Improvements (Dredging), Tampa, FL

Budget: $12M Period: 2015 – 2017

1st cut new dredging of Berth 222 and subsequent filling of a dredge hole fill site in McKay Bay to provide an area for sea grass growth. 1st year of a 3-year contract includes approximately 200,000 CY.

Cozumel Cruise Terminal, S.A. de C.V. a Carnival Company - Cruise Terminal Improvements, Cozumel, Mexico

Budget: $19.5M Period: 2014 – 2015

Designed and built berthing pier for one ship up to the Royal Princess Class, including pile supported Access Bridge, pier, berthing/mooring dolphins, catwalks, fenders, bollards, water supply lines, lighting, and ladders.

Managed health and safety over fifty personnel including ex-pacts and locals as well as all environmental aspects as the project was bordering a federally protected reef.

Carnival Corporation - Design/Build Amber Cove Cruise Terminal Construction and Dredging, Bahia Maimon, Dominican Republic

Budget: $39.5M Period: 2014 – 2015

Constructed a berthing pier for 2 Royal Princess Class cruise ships, including clam shell dredging, pile supported access trestle, pile supported berthing pier with mooring/breasting dolphins, navigational aids, and an excursion pier.

Steered safety and health process for over sixty personnel including ex-pacts and locals.

Additional Experience: Safety Supervisor: Kimmins Corp.

Additional Projects:

York Street and Washington Street, Stormwater Improvements project. $6.7M

Hillsborough Transit Authority $4.9M

East West Connector for City of Lakeland 8.4M

Air Cargo Rd, Hillsborough County Aviation Authority 15.5M

Airside B, C, D, E Demo Hillsborough County Aviation Authority $10.5M

Petroleum Facilities Phase 1 & 2 Tampa Port Authority14.8M

Berth 213 Improvements Tampa Port Authority 4.4M

Berth & Channel Dredging Tampa Port Authority 7.3M

F-7 Clay Settling Area Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC $20.6M

Sfm-7 Ph.1 Clay Settling Area Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC $15.7M

F-5 Clay Settling Area Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC $14.3M

Mease Countryside Hospital Central Utility Plant $13.3M

Hard Rock Casino Expansion & Parking Garage Seminole Tribe $3.6M

Foreman thru Safety Advisor: Gilbert Southern Aka Kiewit,1998 – 2001

Foreman: Cone and Graham. 1994 – 1998

Foreman: Ajax Paving, Inc. 1989 - 1994

Education & Credentials

Safety Management Specialists (SMS), from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. (Recertified)

Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST, from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. (Recertified)

NCCER- Construction Site Safety Master Instructor (CSSM) (Active)

Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS), from International Risk Management Institute, Inc. (Recertified)

(NATMI) North American Transportation Management Institute.

Certified Director or Supervisor of Safety (CDS/CSS;: Motor Fleet Safety and Managing Motor Fleet Safety Programs

Principles of Safety Management, from Tampa Safety Council

40 hr. HAZWOPER and 8 hr. Level IV Supervisor

USCE EM-385-1-1 Compliance (Active)

Safety Management Specialists (SMS)

Certified Health and Safety Technician (CHST)

OSHA 500 Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for Construction (Active)

OSHA 510 Occupational Safety and Health (Active)

Florida Department of Transportation Maintenance of traffic. (MOT) Advance Course (Active)

10 Hour & 30 Hour (OSHA) Occupational Safety and Health Administration Construction Outreach (Active)

(MSHA) Mine Safety and Health Administration Instructor (Active)

Florida Certified Storm Water Inspector, and Trainer (Active)

American Safety and Health Institute First Aid, CPR and AED Instructor and Medic Recertified

Red Cross First Aid, CPR and AED Instructor (Active)

Equipment Operator Instructor. (NCCER) National Center for Construction Education and Research (Active)


Gold Safety Award, Four years in a row. Liberty Mutual Insurance Gold Safety Award for No lost-time accidents

Received Award from Kiewit, 25,000 hours of work without any OSHA recordable accidents


American Society of Safety Professionals

Board of Certified Safety Professionals

International Risk Management Institute, Inc.

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