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Safety Manager

Location:
Jonesboro, GA
Salary:
$100000
Posted:
October 19, 2019

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Ricky D. Campbell

**** ****** ***

Jonesboro, Georgia 30236

405-***-****

Email: adamkg@r.postjobfree.com

Veteran’s Preference: 10 Points

VA Rated 30% Disability

Director of Safety, Program Manager

Dedicated 15-year safety career planning and leading the on-time delivery of critical multi-functional projects for business operations that have improved efficiency, reduced costs and mitigated risks.

Solutions-oriented professional with proven success in analyzing organizational and employee safety hazards to identify proactive remedies to mitigate risks and organization liability.

Results –driven leader with recognized ability to assist in maximizing strategic sourcing initiatives through overseeing purchasing and distribution of industrial machinery, medical supplies, and marketing material.

Organized, efficient and precise with exceptional follow-through abilities and detail orientation; able to plan all aspects of multiple, simultaneous projects from inception to successful delivery.

Skilled in understanding business, project, and organizational needs; evaluating and mitigating risks; defining strategies and leading the rollout of processes, systems, infrastructure, and best practices.

Natural team leader with proven ability to motivate, energize, and lead to success. Strength in establishing consensus among cross-functional teams.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Director of Safety and Security 2017-Present

The Emory Clinic/Physicians Practice Group, 1784 N Decatur Road, Atlanta, Georgia

Manage Fire Safety, Emergency Management, Emergency Operations, Medical Equipment, Utilities Systems, Hazardous Wastes/Materials, Security, and Safety Management programs for 210 clinics and six Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) for The Emory Clinic enterprise throughout the state of Georgia. Provide scheduled and unscheduled training to over 275 Primary and Alternate Safety Representatives across 60 locations statewide. Responsible for procedural Safety and Emergency Management training to cross-functional ambulatory care locations. Monitor all safety programs for compliance with all federal, state, local, and system wide safety guidelines. Manage cross-functional safety audit teams, responsible for performing inspections to ensure compliance with federal, state, local, and accreditation entities. Evaluates the degree of Safety Program compliance for organization with various national safety standards and all other applicable laws, rules, and regulations; assess achievements, often developing and recommending procedures where no accepted or national standard exist. Standards of compliance include Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), American National Standards Institute (ANSI), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Review and analyze safety procedures to maintain compliance with applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, and accreditation standards. Monitor the effectiveness and performance of Emergency Response Team and departmental safety representatives; provide feedback to senior leadership and governing bodies on an ongoing basis for corrective actions necessary to maintain a constant state of readiness throughout the facility and offsite locations. Remain abreast of available industry-specific, federal, state, local, and governing entity equipment, technology, regulatory, and job-specific information; responsible for making recommendations for procurement, acquisition of assets, implementation, and monitoring of safety-related equipment. Working directly with senior Administrators, Directors, and Executives, responsible for developing and implementing operational safety management programs, assisting senior staff with daily organizational operations, interpreting and implementing written safety plans, policies, and procedures. Working directly for the Emergency Management leader, assists in the coordination, development and delivery of cross-functional training materials while conducting qualitative and quantitative research to collect, analyze, and utilize data used to maintain safety readiness.

Responsible for maintaining records of audits and inspections conducted in-house and by outside entities. Enter information into web-based Maintenance Work Order system, track progress, and perform follow up verification inspections. Ensure compliance with hazardous communication program, conduct periodic and routine fire drills, evacuation drills, severe weather drills, and emergency management drills. Ensure safe work environments by monitoring effective safety and accident prevention programs for all employees, staff, and leadership. Monitor the fire protection program while maintaining a Master Fire Plan to meet NFPA Life Safety Code regulations. Present reports of audits and inspections to senior leadership and cross-functional management teams. Review and revise all seven tiers of the organizational Safety Management Plan, responsible for the four phases of emergency management (mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery). Assist leadership in identifying vulnerabilities in communications, resources/assets, safety and security, utilities management, and staff responsibilities.

Analyzing safety design features and specifications using blueprints, schematics, and Computer Aided Design (CAD) drawings, working with on-site construction contractors to identify and control hazardous construction processes and equipment usage.

Since November 2016, conducted 1125+ man-hours of Safety Representative and 1600+ hours of New Employee Orientation training. Conducted over 75 weekly Construction Site Safety surveys and Hazard Surveillance rounds both in-house and at three off-site locations, 60+ Interim Life Safety Measure inspections (ILSMs), and numerous schedule and unscheduled job-related tasks.

Actively serve as a member of the multi-functional Emergency Management Committee, Safety Committee, and Employee Advisory Council. Served in the Incident Command Center (ICC) as Lead Controller/Evaluator during 2017 Region D/N Full Scale Emergency Preparedness Exercise, and two real-time Atlanta-area Severe Weather Emergency incidents. Directly assisting the Safety/Emergency Management Department Head, uses scope and foundation of Emergency Management responsibilities throughout the organization and at satellite locations to monitor, evaluate, and control day-to-day operations in relation to crisis management, continuity of operations and emergency/disaster management policies and plans.

Safety and Emergency Management Program Manager 2016-2017

Emory University Hospital, 1365 Clifton Road Atlanta, Georgia

Coordinate life safety, fire safety, emergency response, hazard communication, and accident prevention programs. Provide scheduled and unscheduled training to over 75 Primary and Alternate Safety Representatives at three facilities. Responsible for procedural First Receiver Decontamination training to cross-functional hospital Decontamination Team. Monitor safety programs in all in-house departments, and two additional off-site locations, for compliance with all federal, state, local, and system wide safety guidelines. Manage cross-functional safety audit teams, responsible for performing inspections to ensure compliance with federal, state, local, and accreditation entities.

Review and analyze safety procedures to maintain compliance with applicable laws, ordinances, regulations, and accreditation standards. Monitor the effectiveness and performance of Emergency Response Team and departmental safety representatives; provide feedback to senior leadership and governing bodies on an ongoing basis for corrective actions necessary to maintain a constant state of readiness throughout the facility and offsite locations. Remain abreast of available industry-specific, federal, state, local, and governing entity equipment, technology, regulatory, and job-specific information; responsible for making recommendations for procurement, acquisition of assets, implementation, and monitoring of safety-related equipment. Working directly with senior Administrators, Directors, and Executives, responsible for developing and implementing operational safety management programs, assisting senior staff with daily organizational operations, interpreting and implementing written safety plans, policies, and procedures. Working directly for the Emergency Management leader, assists in the coordination, development and delivery of cross-functional training materials while conducting qualitative and quantitative research to collect, analyze, and utilize data used to maintain safety readiness.

Responsible for maintaining records of audits and inspections conducted in-house and by outside entities. Enter information into web-based Maintenance Work Order system, track progress, and perform follow up verification inspections. Ensure compliance with hazardous communication program, conduct periodic and routine fire drills, evacuation drills, severe weather drills, and emergency management drills. Ensure safe work environments by monitoring effective safety and accident prevention programs for all employees, staff, and leadership. Monitor the fire protection program while maintaining a Master Fire Plan to meet NFPA Life Safety Code regulations. Present reports of audits and inspections to senior leadership and cross-functional management teams. Review and revise the organizational Emergency Management Plan, responsible for the four phases of emergency management (mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery). Assist leadership in identifying vulnerabilities in communications, resources/assets, safety and security, utilities management, and staff responsibilities.

Analyzing safety design features and specifications using blueprints, schematics, and Computer Aided Design (CAD) drawings, working with on-site construction contractors to identify and control hazardous construction processes and equipment usage.

Since November 2016, conducted 1125+ man-hours of Safety Representative and 1600+ hours of New Employee Orientation training. Conducted over 75 weekly Construction Site Safety surveys and Hazard Surveillance rounds both in-house and at three off-site locations, 60+ Interim Life Safety Measure inspections (ILSMs), and numerous schedule and unscheduled job-related tasks.

Actively serve as a member of the multi-functional Emergency Management Committee, Safety Committee, and Employee Advisory Council. Served in the Incident Command Center (ICC) as Lead Controller/Evaluator during 2017 Region D/N Full Scale Emergency Preparedness Exercise, and two real-time Atlanta-area Severe Weather Emergency incidents. Directly assisting the Safety/Emergency Management Department Head, uses scope and foundation of Emergency Management responsibilities throughout the organization and at satellite locations to monitor, evaluate, and control day-to-day operations in relation to crisis management, continuity of operations and emergency/disaster management policies and plans.

Safety Program Manager 2012-2016

Dart Container Corporation, 2120 Lithonia Industrial Blvd Lithonia, Georgia, 30058

Advises management, staff and operating officials on safety program affairs/trends and status as they develop, recommending appropriate corrective measures and alternative courses of action, which will achieve mission goals with a minimum risk of injury to personnel and damage to property. Execute program/project methodologies to provide stakeholder management, technical insight for developing/managing policies, procedures, and operational schedules, assesses and plan for risks identify and resolve all program issues and monitor/report progress. Assess and incorporates safety factors into operational procedures for multiple facilities. Provide solutions to senior management for safety, injury, equipment, and workplace problems encountered throughout the facility. A comprehensive knowledge of a wide range of logistics systems, concepts, doctrine and principles related to such functions as supply, maintenance, and transportation.

Evaluates the degree of Safety Program compliance for organization with various national safety standards and all other applicable laws, rules, and regulations; assess achievements, often developing and recommending procedures where no accepted or national standard exist. Standards of compliance include Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), American National Standards Institute (ANSI), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Responsible for applying guidelines that lack specificity for many applications such as departmental or organization policies, recent developmental results and findings and approaches of nationally recognized safety and occupational health organization as well as developing guidelines where no guidelines are available. Responsible for implementing the applicable provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) in the workplace. Responsible for reviewing, revising, and implementing the Emergency Management Plan, in addition to training staff and employees on Emergency Management/Emergency Preparedness policies and procedures. Conducted and evaluated Emergency Preparedness drills and Emergency Management Plan contingency training.

Provides oversight for new construction/renovation plan review ensuring compliance of NFPA, OSH, and ADA standards. Coordinates with management, stakeholders and contractors during planning, pre-construction, construction and acceptance phases on new and renovation projects of manufacturing facilities. Develops and issues local directives and procedures establishing technical and administrative safety and occupational health requirements for facilities based on regulatory guidelines, analysis of accident statistics and work-site evaluation information. Utilizing knowledge of occupational safety and health principles, practices, standards, and abatement measures, managed plant-wide Employee Occupational Safety and Health program, responsible for the investigation of work-related injury claims, accident investigations, and Worker’s Compensation, ADA, and HIPPA compliance.

Directs the observation of environmental conditions and employee performance patterns to identify hazards, detect risks, and determine causal relationships; conducting a risk analysis to develop abatement recommendations for safety and occupational health hazards. Evaluate each situation interpreting a variety of complex, interrelated physical conditions, operating procedures, hazardous human-machine interaction and serious, potentially fatal mishaps.

Manage cross-functional leadership teams, responsible for developing workplace and employee-centric policies on comprehensive safety and occupational health activities utilizing Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) guidelines. Working with onsite engineers, Physical Therapists, managers, and frontline supervisors, responsible for providing technical safety and occupational health advice and guidance to employees (full-time and temporary) on individualized and facility-wide safety programs and activities. Leading cross-functional safety teams, both low and high level, directly responsible for implementing innovative approaches and solutions to solve existing and newly discovered safety concerns.

Oversees the investigation of mishaps searching for clues, studying variables, questioning witnesses and retracing sequences to uncover the sources of reported injuries and illnesses. Assures the validity of data collected, accurate documentation of occurrences and data summaries, and maintenance of program information. Responsible for making recommendations necessary to prevent the recurrence of unsafe workplace conditions and practices. Analyzes available data to identify possible sources of losses experienced, determining critical factors prior to occurrence, and recommendation of alternative adjustments to eliminate or minimize losses from injuries and illnesses. Ensures summary reports are prepared for informational and compliance documentation. Directly responsible for determining employee, work environment, facility, and equipment safety needs and requirements to safely execute diverse, comprehensive, and hazardous operations peculiar to production processes.

Develop and present effective training presentations for administrative and operations staff in safety and occupational health matters to minimize hazards in health care and support facilities. Ability to research new and changing programs and laws, and update training and program guidance to ensure compliance. Knowledge of clerical and technical procedures used to perform the procedural work of an office by preparing and editing documents, processing forms, and maintaining files and records. Use office automation software programs, tools and techniques in support of office operations and the production of letters, reports, spreadsheets, databases, presentations, charts, and graphs. Locate, assemble and compose information for routine reports, inquiries and correspondence. Sound analytical skills to understand, analyze, interpret and apply local, state, and federal regulations and procedures. Custodial staff supervisor responsible for planning and organizing workloads, while conducting daily and weekly task assignment follow-ups and performance control evaluations.

Perform logistics management tasks on a team of analysts whose purpose is to analyze the logistics (maintenance, supply, transportation, etc.) required for the future organization readiness and sustainability as part of organization strategic plan. Develops the logic and methodology to analyze, evaluate and assess logistic readiness and sustainability of the organization; provides recommendations with an analytical basis to adjust priorities and reallocate resources for enhancement of short, mid, and long-range safety program objectives. Develops tasking instructions to obtain data sources relating to major equipment items, chemical products, subsistence, repair parts, etc. Extracts and manipulates data from multiple DA and MACOM databases which contain such information as material requirements, assets, expected distribution for various classes, and maintenance projections.

From January 2013 to January 2016, conducted over 29,000 employee-hours of training. Develop course curriculums, make recommendations for, implement, and monitor the effectiveness of course revisions. Administered, proctored, and graded over 400 Powered Industrial Truck, general vehicle, and job-related exams. After training is complete, initiate training activity close-out procedures by submitting documents (test results) to front-line supervisors and senior managers. Extensive experience in researching, developing, and implementing principles, techniques, and methodologies of adult education to plan, develop, design, and deliver instruction and provide guidance and oversight to peers and subordinates to ensure successful completion of training program goals and objectives designed to improve on-the-job performance. Evaluate current training media, facilities, and methods of delivery and implement changes for improvement. Analyze over 400 employee training records as part of training needs assessments process and schedule training activities based on the assessment and availability of training material and logistical support. Review training plans, employee training needs assessments, weekly, monthly, and annual training reports for distribution to managers and corporate training personnel. Quarterly, evaluate the training program to determine effective outcomes, recommend, implement, and monitor improvements. Plant Safety Manager, responsible for investigating and reporting on-site accidents, incidents, and safety violations. Conduct daily facility, equipment, warehouse, production floor, and operational inspections for evidence of adverse trends developing, which may be indicate deterioration in operations, equipment, facilities, qualifications and/or training of personnel. Semi-annually and annually, complete training program reviews, collect and prepare the required training materials, and conduct instructor meetings as Safety Training Program director, prior to course delivery for scheduled training activities as directed and required by organization protocol.

Additional duties and responsibilities include:

Collecting and researching data for studies or evaluations of programs and operations (Risk Assessments, Injury Investigations, Efficiency Evaluations)

Coordinating activities that involve multiple managers, employees, or offices (Safety team meetings, monthly Management Safety Committee meetings)

Assisting in the coordination of reports to make sure they meet standards of timeliness and accuracy (Risk Assessments, Injury Investigations, monthly Injury Metrics reports)

Preparing work papers to include Excel Spreadsheet analysis (Monthly Safety Work Order spreadsheets, audit Corrective Action Report analysis)

Providing audit or evaluative reports (Monthly workplace & fire safety audits, Risk Assessment analyses, Efficiency Evaluations)

Using experience and expertise in software such as Microsoft Office to include Excel, Outlook, Word, and Power Point

EH&S Assistant 2012-Present: Responsible to the EH&S Program Manager for monitoring the following programs: Air Quality, Backflow Prevention, Storm Water Pollution Prevention, Title V (V.O.C.) permits, and Post-Consumer/Post-Industrial Recycling. Also conduct Sound Level surveys, Dosimeter Noise surveys, and temperature and humidity monitoring throughout the production facility and inside warehouses.

Aircraft Ordnance System Mechanic 2010 –2012

565th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma 73145

Provide On and off equipment maintenance on aircraft egress systems, aircraft ejection seats, extraction and escape systems, egress components of jettison canopies, explosive components of escape hatches and doors, subcomponents, and subsystems. Responsible for troubleshooting, installation, removal, repair, modification, adjustment, inspection, and testing of regulators, flow indicators, actuator motors, thruster and positioning mechanisms, seat actuators, catapult guide rails, ejection seats, rocket packs, and canopies.

Inspect for safety, serviceability and maintainability of systems prior to installation, removal, repair, or adjustments of components and insures proper installation and positioning of safety pins, initiators, simulators, and de-arming mechanisms. Visually inspected ballistic lines, tubes, hoses, and linkages for damage, deterioration, restrictions, and security of connections and mountings, and performs corrective maintenance as required. Stored egress explosives in accordance with Air Force Occupational Safety and Health standards.

Utilized analytical skills to scrutinize layout drawings, schematics, wiring diagrams, and technical publications to isolated malfunctions and execute necessary corrective action(s). Repaired and adjusted aerospace ground equipment used in performing maintenance tasks.

Analyzed construction and operating characteristics of egress systems. Implement proper maintenance and repair procedures and corrected the malfunction(s) and/or defective equipment(s). Diagnosed recurring malfunctions and recommended corrective action(s) by initiating Quality Deficiency Reports, proposed modifications, and other appropriate action(s). Performed Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO's) related to egress systems.

Safety Program Manager 2009 – 2010

BAE Systems, 9130 Ivy Street, Fort Benning, Georgia 31905

Implement programs to ensure compliance with safety regulations and to preserve worker health and safety. Monitor worker compliance and accident statistics and implement corrective actions as needed.

Establishes policies and procedures designed to promote worker health and safety as well as ensures compliance with applicable regulations. Coordinate with the organization’s management team to evaluate and to enforce policy conformance.

Evaluates site processes and equipment to determine controls needed to keep workers safe. Conduct weekly, monthly, and annual inspection of workplaces to assure safe and healthful conditions for workers. Prepare appropriate written notices for management to issue for abatement of any identified hazards.

Develop and present training materials and aids to ensure workers understand safe work procedures and are competent to safely carry out assigned duties. Provides promotional materials and develops and administers recognition systems to promote safe and healthful work performance.

Investigate accidents to determine the root cause. Coordinate with the facility team to implement corrective actions to ensure similar incidents do not occur again.

Compiles statistics and publishes reports for regulators and for company management. Analyze data to identify injury trends and to implement programs to improve accident statistics.

Safety Program Manager 2005–2009

Metalflex Manufacturing Company, 904 Industrial Blvd, McDonough, Georgia 30253

Lean/5S technical authority on Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) and performance excellence. Provided assessment, solution design, implementation and continuous improvement for

Facilitated plant-wide process improvement programs and projects resulting in 13% increase in employee efficiency and production Calendar Year 2006. Active member of the Material Review and Corrective Action/Preventive Action (CAPA) boards, using CAPA procedures and Quality Management System (QMS) guidelines to ensure continuous process improvements.

Conducted time studies, and utilized data gathered to enhance quality planning, quality control, and quality assurance.

Applied analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues concerning efficiency and productivity significantly decreased equipment down time.

Enforced local plant inventory and requisition policies and processes to control storage, distribution, and manage inventory of safety equipment, expendable medical supplies (sterile gloves, paper masks, ear plugs, bandage products), and non-expendable medical equipment (Automated External Defibrillators, blood pressure machines). Using local inventory management and procurement procedures, acquired, evaluated, and distributed new products and equipment. Trained personnel on proper care and disposal and evaluated the efficiency and effectiveness of said product and equipment for compatibility with our work environment.

Performed weekly inventory and inspection of three spill containment units, ordering and restocking inventory as necessary.

Unrelated Work 2004

Aircraft Weapons Systems Mechanic 1983–2003

United States Navy, Marietta, Georgia 30060

Perform in-process and final inspection and testing of electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems, components, and sub-assemblies of guided missile systems, aircraft gun systems, and countermeasures components.

Managed, trained, and certified technicians in accordance with manuals and technical publications.

Provided clarity for staff through utilization of schematics, diagrams, and drawings to trace systems, determine malfunctions, and perform corrective maintenance.

Directed and evaluated live-fire load/unload evolutions, tracked expenditures, controlled inventory, and ensured proper storage and staging of ordnance and aircraft weapons components.

As Logistics and Property Manager, conducted scheduled and unscheduled inventories of aircraft armament equipment (AAE) issued standards for inventory management, acquisition, use, and disposal. Designated as the unit Forward Deployed Coordinator, responsible for all Weapons Division deployment logistics, including operational control of supplies. Coordinated manifests, cargo configurations, and supply requirements before deployments and performed post-deployment assessment reconciliations. Integrated hardware and software supply and maintenance databases, maintained logbooks, and conducted inventory audits and inspections.

Directly responsible for planning, scheduling, coordinating, executing, evaluating and documenting readiness exercises/inspections, to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of unit readiness.

Responsible for management of aviation ordnance and weapons systems maintenance operations, safety programs, and quality assurance of aircraft and weapons systems.

As a qualified Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS), completed a comprehensive training/qualification program that included the Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) Program, designed and implemented to achieve a substantial reduction in aircraft mishap rates and increase aircraft safety, similar to the 14 CFR Parts 5 and 119 and AC 120-92B. Training included the fundamentals of aviation Safety Management Systems (SMS), Operational Risk Management (ORM), fundamentals of flight, aircraft components and equipment, DoD Antiterrorism Force Protection, Mishap Reporting, airfield familiarization, and the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, whose objective is to achieve and continually improve aviation material readiness and safety standards with optimum use of manpower, material, facilities, and funds.

EDUCATION:

University of Phoenix Atlanta, Georgia

Bachelor’s Degree (Conferred October 2013)

GPA: 3.24 of 4.0

Credits Earned: 120 semester hours

Major: Business Management

University of Phoenix Atlanta,



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