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Manager Safety

Location:
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Posted:
October 13, 2016

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Eric C. Hartley

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317-***-**** // acw1iw@r.postjobfree.com

Summary

Safety professional inspector since 2008

Project manager of multi-million dollar construction projects

Successful business owner of Construction Company and a Musical instrument resale / installation business

Served as a youth and worship minister for 7 years

Reputation as a team player and servant leadership style

Professional Experience

RMS-Safety July 2015 – Present

Professional On-site Safety Manager Indianapolis, IN

Oversight to contractors that were assigned to high voltage construction for utility company Indianapolis Power and Light capital projects. Safety manager for a concrete contractor erecting a 29-story high-rise.

Projects supervision for work involving replacing high voltage breakers, foundation repair, installation and repair of grounding grid, transformer installation, transformer replacement, and fencing.

Heavy-haul a 140 ton transformer, jack and slide from a railroad car to a Goldholer 9 axle trailer that was set on an existing foundation.

Aerial work from a helicopter pulling straw line for 138kv and 345kv transmission lines from a coal fire power plant that was converted to a gas fire plant to a substation 24 miles away.

Deep foundation core drilling as deep as 68’, set steel casing to prevent collapse of excavation, setting rebar cages with a cranes, pouring concrete with a pump truck, and using water to maintain head pressure in the excavation.

Coordinate power outages, observe workers who needed to maintain minimum approach distances of contractors from energized components, and acted as the competent person for rigging, signaling, and excavation.

Taught contractor orientation, substation entry program, and coordinated drug testing.

Safety supervision of general construction aspects of a concrete contractor who would cast-in place concrete, set and tie rebar, shore and re-shore decking for a 29-story high-rise downtown Indianapolis.

Evaluated and rewrote the SDS Sheets for local electrical contractor with a quick review chart for field workers.

Indiana State Fairgrounds June 2013 – July 2015

Director of Facility Maintenance Director Indianapolis, IN

Oversaw daily maintenance capital projects, and special event needs concerning the facility maintenance department as it applied to the 250 acre campus with 70 buildings.

Department head in charge of scheduling maintenance and purchasing supplies for the Carpentry, Plumbing and Boilers, HVAC, Chillers, Vehicle Maintenance, Horse Barns and Speed Track, and office support staff.

Headed up the replacement of 2,000 metal halite fixtures with T-5 energy saving fixtures in 10 building. This was a federally and state supported energy conservation project through Energizing Indiana.

The Fairgrounds complex featured over 390 events a year campus wide with an estimated 10 million visitors who attended the events.

Annual utility budget of $1.8 million. I was tasked to research and find ways to take advantage of energy rebates from the electrical, water, and gas utility providers.

Capital improvement budgets ranged from $2 to 4million a year. Many buildings on the campus were built prior to 1950 and the Indiana Historical Society was a key partner in discovering ways to preserve the buildings.

Oversee the vehicle fleet service for usability, monthly and annual expenses, and needs of the employees. I was able to introduce alternative fuel vehicles to the fleet for use on and off campus. There were also dump trucks, track hoes, excavators, and tractors we used for snow removal from the road ways as well as maintaining the two race tracks on the property.

Maintaining irrigation pumps, filters, city water, well protected areas, ponds, pervious concrete, water run-off, storm sewers, combination sewers, sanitary sewers, and water conservation for the campus.

Follow up with warranty issues from previous work to buildings, infrastructure, roadways, and pedestrian paths.

Headed up an accessibility, traffic control, and way finding project.

Hiring and give work assignments to employees.

Managing multiple contractors for electrical, plumbing, HVAC, propylene glycol ice floors, asphalt paving, concrete, roofing, welding, door systems, telecommunication, and other specialized trades. I was in charge of writing the scope of work for contracts and ensuring that the work met the criteria.

I worked with the Indiana Department of Transportation to facilitate bridge inspections and roadway paving projects for each year from the State Paving project.

In charge of delegating building inspections and repairs to buildings and outside systems. I created a system of processes for making the repairs after they have been discovered.

Indiana Department of Homeland Security September 2008 – June 2013

Certified Elevator and Amusement Ride Inspector Indianapolis, IN

Public safety inspector for the State Fire Marshal inspecting commercial building egress, elevators, moving sidewalks, escalators, special purpose elevator and other modes of vertical transportation. Inspected amusement rides in fixed parks or locations, as well as traveling amusement rides. Inspected ski lifts, magic carpet rides, and trains at the Indianapolis Zoo and city parks.

Inspected +800 elevators and other lifting devices a year for over 4.5 years.

Inspected amusement rides from spectacular, major, and kiddie rides across the state.

Inspected flooded and storm damaged areas prior to FEMA inspectors coming to the state in the process for being granted Federal Disaster Assistance.

I was a part of the IBEAM Team (Indiana Building Emergency Assessment and Monitoring) who was part of inspecting buildings and utility connections after man made or natural disasters.

Took the lead on preparing materials for team inspections at specific location.

Inspected railroad tracks, cross ties, spikes, crossing guards, railroad signaling devices, trains, train cars, safety switches, crossing guards, switch yards, and rail crossings.

Education

1990 to 1993

Associate of Science in Building Trades Technology

Vincennes University, Vincennes, IN

1993 to 1994

1997 to 1999

Bachelor of Science Music Ministry Program

Cincinnati Bible College, Cincinnati, OH

Bachelor of Science Preaching Program

Johnson Bible College, Knoxville, TN

Additional Training

OSHA 10 hour, OSHA 30 hour, and OSHA 510

CERT Training certified

Confined Space Entry Occupational Safety and Health Standard 1910.146

Excavation Competent Person with OSHA Standard 29CRF 1926.650

Job Hazard Analysis with OSHA Standard 3071

IBEAM Team – Indiana Building Emergency Assessment and Monitoring team member with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security

Incident Command System – ICS 300 for Expanding Incidents

Solving Means of Egress Issues in Commercial Buildings (ICC)

Stages and Outdoor Stage Equipment & Building Blocks for an Understanding of Tents (Chapter 24 IFC)

NAESA Certified QEI Elevator inspector since 2013

NAARSO Certified Inspector 2011 – 2015

Residential Building Inspector 2008

FEMA IS-00015 Special Events Contingency Planning

FEMA IS-00100 Incident Command System

FEMA IS-00200 Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents

FEMA IS-00700 National Incident Management Systems (NIMS)

FEMA IS-00810 Emergency Support Function #10 Oil and Hazardous Material Response

FEMA IS-00907 Active Shooter

Qualified Signal Person

Qualified Rigging Person

Honors & Awards

Indiana Department of Homeland Security Directors Award Recipient (2012)

Outstanding Unit Citation for IDHS Elevator and Amusement Ride Section (2010)

References

Kevin Beswick / RMS Safety Manager

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Thomas Hendricks / Chief Inspector IDHS

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Kyle Lundy / Pest Ops Owner

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Paul Horath / Indiana State Fair Manager

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