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Safety Project Management

Denver, Colorado, United States
October 11, 2016

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To further my career and understanding in EHS Management utilizing my education and experience to oversee the safety and health programs within an organization. To coordinate with field personnel in safety and health for construction projects to help maximize overall efficiency and effectiveness of the safety and health efforts.


Facebook / Dry Creek Data Centers – Rosendin Electric, Inc. / Prineville, OR May 2016 – September 2016 Safety Coordinator

Conduct regular walk through inspections of construction areas

Assist in identifying, documenting and recommending resolution of hazardous/potential hazardous conditions; follow through to insure corrections have been made

Assist with investigating personal injury and property damage accidents

Assist with compiling data, photographs, etc.; prepare all pertinent forms and reports per program procedures and federal, state, local regulations associated with accidents

Issue various entry permits (i.e. to confined spaces) as required

Assist in emergency rescues as required. Assist in maintaining fire protection and grounding systems

Conduct various industrial hygiene samplings, such as gas, 02, noise test to insure working conditions Northern Arizona University – Safe T Professionals / Flagstaff, AZ October 2014 – February 2015 EHS Consultant

Review the project-specific safety manuals and those submitted by subcontractors

Coordinates safety orientation and activities of unit managers, facilitating the full implementation of the Project Site Specific Safety Plan

Develop positive relationships with project management and trade workers

Assist the Project Management Team with the developing, planning and hazard mitigation of identified high hazard contractor activities.

Ensure compliance with environmental requirements per employee

Assist with Job Hazard Analysis/Hazardous Assessments and other risk assessments

Conduct field safety observations and drive all solutions in the field, seeking guidance from Project Management Team when necessary.

Review work control permits (hot work, confined space, dig, etc.), examine job plans and specifications to determine if all safety precautions and mitigations have been included.

Tours work area to inspect fire safety equipment, machinery, and facilities to identify and correct potential hazards and ensure compliance with safety and environmental regulations.

Determines requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety devices.

Be responsible for any subcontractors and suppliers to be aware of project compliance.

Actively participate in and provide leadership to the Plan of the Day, Safety Committee, and Construction Emergency Response Team.

Global Foundries – M+W Group US Company / Malta, NY March 2014 – September 2014 Safety Coordinator for Base Build

Assisted in new employee orientation training and annual training ensuring all new employees are aware of M+W Group’s Site Specific Environmental Health and Safety Plan.

Safety Inspections. Conducted periodic safety and health walk-through inspections of all workplace facilities ensuring that federal, state and local laws, regulations, and M+W Group Site Specifics were being followed. Identified hazards, coordinate the implementation of controls and measured and evaluate the effectiveness of the hazard control system.

Maintained required safety and health documents/files, including: training records, job hazard analyses, safety data sheets, all mobile lifts (forklifts, boom lifts, aerial lifts, scissor lifts) brought onto site, Sub-contractors Scorecards, and scanning and uploading all Toolbox Talks and Pre-Task Planning onto Client’s internal network.

Conducted incident/injury investigation to determine the cause of the incident, also to help determine whether the employees involved were following established safety policies or government safety regulations. Reported findings to supervisor and implement corrective/preventative actions to prevent incident from reoccurring.

Case managed all incidents from time of incident to closure. Including sending out initial incident notification to corporate and client and ensuring all corrective/preventative actions were closed out upon completion of investigation report. Conducted daily audits on all cases to provide closure to upper management and client.

Followed up with corporate insurance department as regards to insurance claims, to ensure that all documentary information has been collected, secured and preserved so that claims may be resolved in a timely manner.

Intel CH8 – M+W Group US Company / Chandler, Arizona August 2012 – March 2014 EHS Admin for Base Build and Tool Install

Collecting and imputing man hours per OCIP and input into Intel Corporation’s CWS site.

Followed up on processing and verification of OCIP for all levels/layers of subcontractors.

Maintained and kept database up-to-date on all incidents/accidents investigations and/or near miss reports

Responsible for training, organizing and managing new hire orientation, fatality prevention training, Incident and Injury Free training, JHA and all subcontractors SDSs.

Daily duties include but are not limited to the conducting weekly safety inspections/audits to help ensure a safe and healthy work environment, following OSHA 1910 and 1926 and EPA regulations, including weekly environmental audits, badging (activating, terminating, renewals, transferring and/or solving an issues with the badge), managing the Buddy Program, disciplinary action.

Maintaining hazardous waste yard; making sure yard stayed in compliance with EPA/Intel regulations.

Involved with the compliance auditing of MEWPs, Hot Works, Sawzall, Confined Space, EEW and Fall Protection.

Setup and attended weekly meetings which included daily subcontractor meeting, Safety Leadership Team meeting, OAC and safety meetings.

Scottsdale Healthcare / Scottsdale, Arizona

January 2012 – May 2012 Internship

Conducted daily safety and health audits on all three Scottsdale Healthcare campuses (Osborn, Shea and Thompson Peak) making sure all areas were in compliance with regulatory statues and standards. All deficiencies were reported to responsible departments and managers for corrective action and follow-up.

Oversaw all construction projects on Scottsdale Healthcare campuses including retrofitting and renovation.

Maintained and updated Scottsdale Healthcare’s master file of Material Safety Data Sheets (SDS).

Communications between department heads were maintained by attending committee meetings and coordinating interdepartmental functioning.

Assisted with ergonomic assessments and generated ergonomic evaluation reports by identifying the nature and location of workplace ergonomic hazard and implementation of measures to reduce or eliminate such problems. Apply ergonomic/body mechanic expertise for the control of exposures which have caused or may cause RMI including work station redesign and adjustable fixtures. United States Marine Corp / Twentynine Palms, California May 2008 – January 2010 Ground Safety

Ensured on base facilities such as battalion headquarters, battalion aid station, armory, communication, motor pools included maintenance bay and ramps, and battalion supply were in compliance with public health legislation and regulations.

Inspected specified areas to ensure the presence of fire prevention equipment (fire extinguishers, fire evacuation plan, sprinkler heads, etc.), safety equipment (eye/shower stations) and first aid supplies as needed.

Investigate the adequacy of ventilation and exhaust equipment in battery room for COMM; lighting and other conditions that could affect employee health, comfort or performance.

Inspect and evaluate workplace environments (lighting, noise, smell) were adequate enough to work within, any type of electrical equipment were free of defect and fray, and work practices were in order to ensure complete compliance with safety standards and government regulations. United States Marine Corp / Twentynine Palms, California June 2007 – January 2010 Infantry

Employ the M16A2 service rifle, the M203 grenade launcher and the squad automatic weapon (SAW)

Carries out the orders of the infantry Fire Team Leader

Performs the tasks required of a Rifleman in an infantry fire team

Carries, performs operator maintenance for, and is a proficient marksman with an M16 series service rifle.


2012 – 2015 Eastern Kentucky University – Richmond, KY Bachelor of Science, Occupational Safety

2010 – 2012 Gateway Community College – Phoenix, AZ Associates of Applied Science, Occupational Safety and Health 2003 – 2007 Winslow High School


2014 First-Aid/CPR/AED Certified

2014 OSHA 500 Construction Trainer Course

2014 RCRA Hazardous Waste Generator

2009 OSHA 510-OSHA for Construction Industry

References and Letters of Recommendation available upon request.

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