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Mohd Nasir Umari

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Choa Chu Kang, 680446, Singapore
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September 30, 2019

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MOHD

NASIR UMARI

QHSE MANAGER / MARINE OPERATION / 52

TIME LINE

Deck Officer

NOL / APL

+65 9674 0952

adahl0@r.postjobfree.com

adahl0@r.postjobfree.com

Blk 446, #13-299

Chua Chu Kang Ave 4

Singapore 680446

Singapore

1986 2001

2002

200*-****-**** 2010 2016

2018

Marine Surveyor

Mathew Daniel International

Port Captain

PMOS

WORK EXPERIENCE

CONTACTS

To be progressive and to contribute positively towards personal and organization’s goals for a long-term career

+60-14-277*-***

Marine Superintendent

Ocean Tankers

Regional QHSE

Manager / Asst

Operation Manager

/ Marine

Superintendent

MO / MEO

Global Industries

Snr. Marine Advisor

QHSE Manager /

Marine

Superintendent

DOF

Freelance Marine

Surveyor

Various

Marine Site

Manager

Dika Shipping

Operation

Superintendent

Pacific Radiance Ltd

Sep 18 – Current

Operation Superintendent / PACIFIC RADIANCE LTD

SINGAPORE

Ensures the safe, efficient and cost-effective operation of vessels and that all operational practices meet Flag State & CLASS Regulatory, Company and Client Requirements.

Ensures the effective implementation of Navigation, Seamanship and Cargo Handling Policies on board.

Responsibilities

o Cargo Management and compliance:

o Vetting of Vessels:

o Audits and Ship Inspections:

o Safety Management System:

o Monitor Communication:

o Voyage Planning:

o Terminal Approval:

o Incident investigations and Risk Assessment:

o Emergency Response Plan:

o Vessel Crew Related Functions:

o Client and Project Interface:

o Generic Accountabilities: Planning,

o Quality, Health, Safety, & Environment (QHSE):

o Policies, Systems, Processes & Procedures: Implementation where practicable Others: Key Result Areas

o Degree of compliance and number of issues of related to SOLAS, IMO, OVID & IMCA compliance

o Establish Continuous Client Interactions and Working Relationships CLIENTEL

E

PETRONAS

Brunei Shell

Petroleum

Jul 17 – Jun 18

Marine Site Manager / DIKA SHIPPING PTE LTD

Responsibilities

The main responsibilities during the phase stage will be:

Review, assist the development of, and implement to o local legislation marine standard ensuring site is operationally ready for agreed commencement date of operational phase

o implement processes, procedures and guidelines for the operation of the site ensuring roles, responsibilities and expectations of all team members are clearly defined.

o Support the growth of the Site Project Team, necessary training marine requirements and other development activities proposed by the HSE and Deputy Site Managers. o Develop a detailed understanding of Marine Operational Procedures and Safety, Environmental and Quality Management Systems ensuring these requirements are embedded across the various Site Project Team.

o Build effective relationships with key personnel within marine suppliers in order to support the transition of the management of these Site Project Team. o Oversee the development and implementation of effective marine working patterns/arrangements alongside the creation of the day-to-day operational ensuring that activities are delivered safely, efficiently and in compliance with relevant statutory/legislative requirements and Company policies/procedures. DIKA

SHIPPING

SINGAPORE

WORK EXPERIENCE CONTINUE

Operations

Responsible for the overall marine management of all facilities and assets under Client ownership (Including the Marine Navigational Equipment and Communications)

Assist the Marine Site Team (Barge Captain, Project Manager and QHSE Manager, ensuring necessary levels of marine training are maintained onboard Project supporting Barge and vessels

Direct management of all marine Suppliers and Contractors to ensure that all site activities

(onshore & offshore).

Optimise efficiency of marine site activities including recommendation for corrective actions on major and minor faults as per Company Operational Standards

Ensure adherence to all maritime/ offshore rules for service vessels. QHSE

Manage Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental issues for the whole site, supported by HSE Manager.

Responsible for the safety and well-being of all employees, contractors and visitors working onboard in line with Government and Client statutory obligations.

Responsible for applying, developing and improving marine operations procedures and checklist to maximise value and operational efficiency.

Monitor QHSE performance, implement and develop processes, procedures and guidelines to aid continual improvement with regard to marine operational improvements and statutory requirements.

Ensure adherence to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 and other reporting / quality systems.

Ensure robust QHSE reporting to internal and external Legislations

Regular reporting on defined KPIs through the Company Standard reporting systems. CLIENTEL

E

TOA

Cooperation

VARIOUS

Jul 16 – Jul 17 SINGAP0RE

Freelance Marine Surveyor

Responsibilities

Conducted on site survey and assessment for marine vessel (Container, Tankers, Bulk Carrier, General Cargo Ship, Barge, AHT, PSV, Diving Vessel, Multi-Purpose Vessel, Pipe Laying Vessel) with purposes of damage estimation, risk control or certifications in regards to PNI and Third Party claims

Conduct Marine System & Management Audit 3rd Party Audit.

Conduct Suitability, Condition and Hull Survey purposes.

Observe Operation Testing on Navigational Equipment and Machinery Equipment onboard as per Legislation Standards.

Observe testing of Safety Operational Equipment and Cargo Gears for compliance with Testing Standards.

Produced reports to the type survey conducted and recommended actions evaluation to clients.

Travelled extensively to perform above duties

May 10 – Jun 16

QHSE Manager & Marine Superintendent / DOF ASA

SINGAPORE

Responsibilities

Authority:

The QHSE Manager have the authority as Designated Person Ashore & Company Security Officer

To report non-conformities and observations directly to the highest level of management. The DPAs have direct access to, and may report directly to the CEO.

To access all documentation within the company with regards to safety and environment. This includes inspection reports, appraisals / evaluations.

To initiate planned and ad hoc audits / inspections of the vessels.

To instruct action to correct non conformance on board – and on shore.

Evaluation and review of the effectiveness of the Management System and verify that the system is used correctly

Reporting and analysis of non-conformities, accidents and hazardous occurrences

Organizing and monitoring of internal audits

Initiate, participate in- or lead incident investigations.

Establish audit plans and ensure internal- and external audits ((ISM/ISO/ISPS) are carried out for the relevant fleet.

Prepare and maintain vessel IMCA (CMID) & OCIMF (OVID) Inspections

Prepare the process of Flag Change and Transfer of Management

Member of the Emergency Response Team

Monitor vessel CLASS informations

Involve in New Building Team pertaining to HSEQ and Certifications process CLIENTEL

CLIENTEL

Various

British

Petroleum (BP)

Petrovietnam

SHELL

ExxonMobile

Woodside

Energy Limited

CHEVRON

Corporation

BHP Billiton

Ltd

ConocoPhillip

Apache

Corporation

ENI

OMV

Rock Oil

WORK EXPERIENCE CONTINUE

Jun 08 – Sep 09

Snr Marine Advisor / GLOBAL Industries Pte Ltd

SINGAPORE

Responsibilities

Maintain safe and effective marine operations in accordance with international marine standards, codes, expectations and requirements.

Ensuring that the highest standards of operational performance o Are achieved and maintained for the Company and chartered subcontractor’s marine operations.

o On a day to day basis the vessels are operated to the highest standards of safety as required by the ISM Code, Government, Flag or International legislation o That the safety objectives and targets of the company are promoted to our marine subcontractors.

o That timely corrective action is taken whenever an onboard defect involves a piece of Critical Equipment or Safety Item.

o That all the marine documentation, certification and ships papers are controlled, duly recorded and updated accordingly in a timely manner as flag & code requires. o That a fully master copy of marine documentation and ships papers are maintained for review, inspection, audit in the main office for all vessels.

Responsible for

o Pre-hire inspections of tugs and barges, overseeing pre-mobilization Clents Audit of our fleet throughout the region.

o Over-seeing the operation and implementation of the vessel Planned Maintenance System. (PPMS – MS5)

o Organizing and supervising the marine crew’s periodic medical reviews, safety training classes (BOSIET) (STCW) (ISPS) and other personnel requirements as necessary for flag and state compliance.

Is the Designated Person Ashore. (DPA - ISM Code)

The verification of personnel’s qualifications experience and ensuring o Fully trained in accordance with STCW’95, SOLAS and any special client requirements.

o Record of all personnel and identify current and HSE or skills training requirements o All personnel are familiar with the companies ISM & SMS processes. o The verification of marine crew’s personal qualifications to ensure they meet Flag state, class and International certification.

o To review existing ISM / SMS documentation, upgrade as required and develop a plan for full implementation to the DLB fleet for ISM / SMS o Performs internal audits on marine vessels and the ISM / SMS / ISPS / IMCA systems and monitors the follow-up of non-conformances and corrective actions to close-out.

Has the authority to initiate

o Any actions necessary relating to the ensured conformance to the ISM / SMS / ISPS IMCA System.

o To identify and record any HSE / marine issues, initiate, recommend or provide solutions through designated channels within the Company Standard

Appointed as Cooperate Security Coordinator. Assist in Cooperate Security matters for Asia Pacific Region.

WORK EXPERIENCE CONTINUE

CLIENTEL

BSP

PTTEP

TECHNIP

TL Offshore

Dec 06 – May 08

Regional QHSE Manager / MICLYN EXPRESS OFFSHORE

SINGAPORE

Group HSEQ Manager

Responsibilities

The HSQE Manager (DPA/MR) reports to the Fleet Manager of MEO and direct access to the Highest Management

Authorities

Advising the management team in regards

o To the approval of quality systems and quality schemes of sub-contractors and suppliers

o During review of corrective actions in case of non-conformities o Reporting quality or HSQE problems

o Managing MEO HSQE documents

o Distributing HSQE and Security documents with MEO o External dispatching of Controlled QA and HSQE documents o Supervising drafting procedures and detailed procedures o Testing procedures and detailed procedures against ISM/ISO standards and other procedures within the operating company

o Destroying invalid HSQE and Security documents

o Participating in an audit team in order to review the efficiency of the HSQE system periodically and systematically

o Reporting deviations and non-conformances in the HSQE system o Reviewing proposals for preventive and/or corrective actions o Verifying adherence to preventive and/or corrective actions o Recording and supervising the progress of preventive and/or corrective actions o Reviewing quality systems and quality schemes of subcontractors and suppliers o Preparing the management review with MEO

o Improve the implementation of procedures

o Maintain a Library of HSQE and Security materials WORK EXPERIENCE CONTINUE

Assistant Operation Manager & Marine Superintendent / MICLYN OFFSHORE SINGAPORE

CLIENTELE

CLIENTELE

CHEVRON

CGG Veritas

Mermaid

Marine

Assistant Operation Manager

Responsibilities

The Operations Manager shall be responsible for distributing all incoming documents to the relevant persons

The Operations Manager is responsible for the issue and approval of the following to the vessels: -

o ISM Code Documents

o Vessel Circular

o Office Circular

The Operations Manager and Technical Manager shall be ultimately responsible for identify training needs of all shipboard personnel.

The Operations Manager is responsible for ensuring that the current Rules and Regulations are supplied and available on board.

Operations Manager to ensure that ships are provided with required charts and nautical publications.

WORK EXPERIENCE CONTINUE

Operations Manager to ensure that ships are provided with required manuals, Books and Record Books

Operations Manager/Port Captain/Marine Superintendent is responsible for ensuring that the procedures herein are complied with and for the following, inter alia: o Application of shore based and seagoing manpower resources o Ensures that the Master is adequately qualified for command. o Ensures that all ships’ Officers and Ratings are adequately qualified o Ensures that all ships’ Officers and Ratings are Medically fit o Responsible for the selection and recruitment of shipboard personnel

The authority of the Operations Manager is, inter alia : o Originate new crew related procedures and amend existing ones. o Take corrective action in respect to crew related non-conformities. o Recruit and dismiss seafarers.

Responsible for vessel operational support and reports to Managing director.

Ensure vessel comply with flag state, internal codes, guidelines concerning navigation and safety.

Responsible for daily operations of Vessel’s.

Responsible for recruiting of sea staff.

Responsible for interview new potential recruits for Master.

Decide on promotion for the crews

Assignment of officers and ratings in the fleet

Monitor FO and fresh water consumption and forth coming bunker arrangement

Identifying training needs for the department staff.

Approves requisitions and purchases.

Responsible for arranging all surveys and ensuring that the deficiencies found at such survey are rectified.

Planning schedules of survey for the class society. Marine Superintendent

Responsible for the maintenance and successful implementation of the Company’s Quality Safety Management System as well as the crew management.

Responsible for the well-being of the fleet management environment, including the management of workforce, discipline, schedule, including its efficiency and efficacy of the systems and management.

Responsible and held accountable for the profit center, its budget and budgetary control, and overall performance of the fleet management department.

Engaged to discuss, negotiate, evaluate, recommend, and set up environment or development, subject to Management consent.

Ensure proper auditing & follow-up of Platform Barges, Utility Vessel, AHTS, Towing Tugs & Seismic Survey operations regards to Marine Safety & Security matters and proper documentation carried out.

Ensure adequate support & update to all vessel pertaining to latest port & international information with regards to safety in navigation & regulations.

Oversee crew interview, designated & manning requirement.

Liaison with contractor for deck equipment services/ repair.

Assist in tender submission in relation to HSE Requirement 2004 – 2006

Port Captain / Penguin Marine Offshore Pte Ltd (PMOS) SINGAPORE

Responsibilities

The Operations Manager shall be responsible for distributing all incoming documents to the relevant persons

Responsible for the well-being of the fleet management environment, including the management of workforce, discipline, schedule, including its efficiency and efficacy of the systems and management.

Responsible and held accountable for the profit center, its budget and budgetary control, and overall performance of the fleet management department.

Engaged to discuss, negotiate, evaluate, recommend, and set up environment or development, subject to Management consent.

Good knowledge of Charter Parties, ISM, ISPS and Class Surveys & Regulatory Matters in relation to Local & International requirement.

nsure proper auditing & follow-up of ferry, Ro-Ro, Fast Supply Vessel (FSVs) operations regards to Marine Safety & Security matters and proper documentation carried out.

Propose & monitor vessel voyage plan in compliance to international safety regulation.

Ensure vessel & personnel Insurance Claims are properly dealt with.

Ensure adequate support & update to all vessel pertaining to latest port & international information with regards to safety in navigation & regulations.

Oversee crew interview, designated & manning requirement.

Development, preparation and conduct of training materials to ship personnel and operations crew.

Delivery / Redelivery of craft to buyer charter or substitution within and around the region.

Carry out sea trial for newly built / repaired vessel. As and when needed, pilot for third party

& pleasure boats.

Liaison with contractor for deck equipment services/ repair.

Evaluate in preparing vessel for Annual Docking Survey etc CLIENTEL

Ferries

Services

Offshore

Crew Boat

Responsibilities

Responsible for Marine Safety matters and briefings to all personnel

In charge of auditing of FPS / tanker operations and proper documentation as per OCIMF, ISM, ISO and IMO code, Class & Regulatory Matters.

Attend & prepare vessel for Oil Major Inspection; Shell, Exxon Mobil etc

Development, preparation and conduct of training materials to ship personnel and operations crew

Manned and headed training and audit operations in regional areas as and when required

Inspect & identify the unsafe practices onboard vessels during operation and while in Yard for repairs and maintenance.

Investigate to occurrences and accident with recommendation, corrective actions and/or remedial measures.

Attend to MPA, Flag State & Class Survey matters.

Monitoring & update of vessel Status of Statutory certificates.

Members of Emergency Respond Team on call anytime. Marine Superintendent / Ocean Tankers Pte Ltd

2001 – 2002

CLIENTEL

Oil Major

Company

WORK EXPERIENCE CONTINUE

SINGAPORE

Deck Officer / NOL & APL

Responsibilities

Responsible for navigation duties

In charge of cargo, maintenance and routine operational matters

Planning, training and assessment of shipboard crew Sailed on Container Vessel, Bulk Carrier and General Cargo. 1986 - 2001 SINGAPORE

Responsibilities

Conducted on site survey and assessment for marine vessel (Container, Tankers, Bulk Carrier, General Cargo Ship, Barge, AHT, PSV, Diving Vessel, Multi-Purpose Vessel, Pipe Laying Vessel) with purposes of damage estimation, risk control or certifications in regards to PNI and Third Party claims

Conduct Marine System & Management Audit 3rd Party Audit.

Conduct Suitability, Condition and Hull Survey purposes.

Observe Operation Testing on Navigational Equipment and Machinery Equipment onboard as per Legislation Standards.

Observe testing of Safety Operational Equipment and Cargo Gears for compliance with Testing Standards.

Produced reports to the type survey conducted and recommended actions evaluation to clients.

Travelled extensively to perform above duties

Marine Surveyor / MATHEW DANIELS INTERNTIONAL

MATTHEW

DANIELS

2001 - 2001 SINGAPPORE

CLIENTEL

SPICA (PNI)

WORK EXPERIENCE CONTINUE

NATIONAL HONORARY APPOINTMENT

2005 MUIS - PANEL OF INQUIRY

To Review Late Delivery of Sheep for Korban

1425H/2005

2005-2006 Member of Muis Korban Committee 1426H (2005/06) For undertaking and supervising the Korban ritual in Singapore

* Korban – Important Annual Islamic Ritual.

INTERNATIONAL SHORE EXPERIENCE

1990-1992 Singapore Armed Forces

Qualified Medical Orderly

EDUCATION

LANGUAGE

ENGLISH

BAHASA

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

TMSA / Sire

OVMSA / OVID

CMID / eCMID

ISM

ISPS

MLC

ISO 9001 & 14001

Management System

(online)

COMPUTER

Microsoft Office

Adobe

AutoCAD

SPORTS & HOBBIES

ACADEMIC

Clementi Town Secondary

GCE O Level 1980 - 1985

NAUTICAL STUDIES

Singapore Polytechnics

MARIME TRANSPORT & TECHNOLOGY

Singapore Polytechnics

Deck Officer (Unlimited)

MPA - Singapore

Diploma in Nautical Studies 1986 - 1989

Adv Diploma in MTT 1996 - 1997

COC Class 1 Deck (Unlimited) 1986 - 2001

NATIONAL SERVICE

Travelling

Soccer – played in competitive football, represented Tampines Rovers Football Club, Singapore Combined School and Singapore Youth and Singapore Polytechnic from 1983 till 1989

Enjoy all other kinds of sports like tennis, golf and pool

Active member of motorcycle group and participate in various motorcycle charity activities

REFERENCES

BOB T NORAZMAN SOPHIE YANG

MANAGING DIRECTOR

AZOREZ MARINE

T: +65 9784 2621

E: adahl0@r.postjobfree.com

ACCOUNT & HR MANAGER

DOF ASA

T: +65 9027 1770

E: adahl0@r.postjobfree.com

Asia Pacific > Middle East > Europe



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