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October 23, 2019

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CURRICULUM VITAE

EDWARD G NORVAL

HSE MANAGER

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CANDIDATE INFORMATION

Name and Surname - Edward George Norval

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Gender - Male

Date of Birth - 1958-02-07

Cell Number - +278********

Email Address - adanrg@r.postjobfree.com

adanrg@r.postjobfree.com

Identity/Passport No - 580********** / A08041697

Drivers Licence - EC 1 Heavy Duty/GVM 1600kg with Trailer Marital Status - Married

Nationality - South African

Physical Address - 4 Hatfield Avenue

Albemarle

GERMISTON

1410

Language - Afrikaans and English

EDUCATION

SCHOLASTIC EDUCATION

School Attended - Technical High School De Wet Nel Kroonstad

Highest Grade Obtain - Grade 12

Subjects - Afrikaans

English

Technical Science

Technical Drawings

Motor-mechanics

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QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING

ACCREDITATION SAIOSH – Institution of Occupational Safety and Health South Africa –

Membership number – 34293482

INSTITUTION South African DEPARTMENT OF MANPOWER

TRADE DIPLOMA - MOTORMECHANICS

•Engine/Fitting/Problem Solving

•Differential

•Gearbox

•Steering Box

•Brakes

•Wheel Alignment

INSTITUTION South African DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

NATIONAL TECHNICAL

CERTIFICATE - N4

•Engineering Science

•Machine & Property of Materials

•Mechanotechnics

INSTITUTION DEPARTMENT CORRECTIONAL SERVICE

- Management Orientation and

Interpersonal Relations

INSTITUTION WITS UNIVERSITY – SCHOOL OF

EDUCATION

METHODOLOGY FOR FURTHER

EDUCATION TRAINING - ENGINEERING OFFICIALS

•National Curriculum Levels

•National Certificates Subfields &

Subjects

•Credit Allocations

•Outcome Based Education

•Critical Outcomes, Development

Outcomes, Subject Outcomes,

Learning Outcomes, Assessment

Standards & Topic of each subject

•Internal/External Assessments

•Internal Assessment Portfolio of

Evidence

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•External Examinations

•Outcome Based Education

Characteristics, Approach &

Teaching Principles

•Applied Competencies

•Subject Guidelines/Assessment

Guidelines

•Assessment Requirements

Instruments/Tools/Schedule/

Moderation

•Design Lesson Plan

•Design or Learning Program

INSTITUTION INTERNATIONAL RISK CONTROL

ACADEMY - IRCA

1.MODERN SHEQ RISK MANAGEMENT

- Risk Management Activism Factors

- Causes & Consequences of Incidents

- Managing Risk Exposures

- Managing Legal Risk Exposures

- Basic Risk Assessment

- Measuring & Monitoring Risk Control

- Inspection for Incident Prevention &

Cost Control

- Introduction to Environmental and

Quality Management

- Emergency Preparedness

- Effective Communication Skills

- Introduction to Industrial Hygiene

Management

- Identifying, Analysing, Documenting

And Observing Critical Tasks

- Incident Investigations & Introduction

to Root Cause Analysis

- Developing and Managing Teams

- Company Culture & Change

Management

- System Development & Implementation

2.ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES

- Causes & Consequences of Incidents

- Importance of incident Investigations

& getting them Reported

- Incident Investigation Process

- Information Gathering & Organisation

Techniques

- Investigation Report & Corrective

Action

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- Root Cause Analysis Techniques

- Legal Requirements of Safety Act &

Mining Safety Act

INSTITUTION NOSA- National Occupational Association

(South Africa)

COURSE SAMTRAC –

(SAFETY MANAGEMENT)

SAMTRAC ALSO ACREDITED BY: •IRSM – INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RISK AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT

IOSH – INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL

SAFETY AND HEALTH

The SHEQ Management System

1. Process

2. Quality Process

3. Planning – Communication

4. SHE Hazard Identification Risk Assessment & Risk Control

5. Objectives, Targets & Programs

6. Documents/Policies/Procedures

7. Management Review, Checking and

Corrective Actions

8. Audits/Monitoring/Measurements

9. Emergency Planning

10. Operational Control

11. Roles & Responsibilities

12. Awareness & Competence

- Risk Management

1. Risk Control

2. Risk Assessment

3. Process Flow

4. Baseline Risk Assessment

5. Hazard Identification

6. Risk Matrix

- Environmental Management

1. Principles & Concepts

2. Global Environmental Policies

3. Pollution/Waste

4. Inspection/Monitoring/Audit

- Occupational Hygiene

1. Health Monitoring

2. Illumination

3. Noise

4. Vibration

5. Toxicology

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• Hazardous Chemical Substances

• Hazardous Biological Agents

• Thermal Conditions

• Ventilation/Indoor Quality

• Radiation

• Ergonomics

• Medical Surveillance

- Technical Safety

1. Site/Construction Plan

2. Housekeeping

3. Symbolic Signs

4. Hand & Portable/Moveable Power

Tools

5. Lifting Equipment

6. Ladders

7. Scaffolds/Towers

8. Vessel under Pressure

9. Gas Cylinders

10. Electrical Safety

11. Lock Out/Tag Out Systems

12. Labelling, Switches Isolators, Valves

13. Fire Prevention

14. Safe Guarding

15. PPE

16. Quality Tools & Equipment

INSTITUTION NOSA - National Occupational Association

(South Africa)

CONDUCT TARGET TRAINING - TRAIN THE TRAINER (ITIS)

- Introduction to Facilitate

- Facilitation Process

- Facilitating a Learning Event

- Assessment & Evaluation

INSTITUTION ADVANTAGE ACT

INTRODUCTION AND IMPLEMENT OHSAS 18001

• Risk Management as a Process and Different Risk Control Measures. Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment & Determining Controls

• Evaluate Different Incident Prevention Control. Motivate Use of SHE Management Systems

• Legal and other Requirements

• Objectives, Targets and OHS Program

• Resources, Roles, Responsibility, Accountability & Authority

• Competence, Training & Awareness

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• Operational Control

• Emergency Preparedness & Response

• Performance Measuring, Monitoring, Improvements and Audits INSTITUTION PRO ACTIVE DRIVING

GRAVEL ROAD DRIVER TRAINING

INSTITUTION LEGAL RISK & COMPLIANCE

- HSE MOZAMBIQUE LEGISLATION

1. Compliance Concepts

2. Duties Employers and Employees

3. Legal Requirements related to Work

Environment

INSTITUTION JEG TRAINING CENTRE

UNIT STANDARD 229998 (2019) - Fall Arrest Techniques and Working at Heights INSTITUTION THE SOUTH AFRICAN LABOUR GUIDE

OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES AND DISEASES IN THE WORKPLACE

- Compensation and Legislation

- Aim of COIDA

- Main Objective

- Protection of Employers

- Registration

- Letters of Good Standing

- Right to Compensation

- Criteria for Employers

- Criteria for Occupational Accidents

- Benefits Management

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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

CURRENT EMPLOYER GARAGE EQUIPMENT SERVICE

2015 TO CURRENT HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER Main Duties: - Successfully implement & Manage a HSE System According to OHS guidelines (OHSAS

18001/ISO 45001)

Integrate system with ISO 9001 and ISO 14000

Implement a ZERO tolerance policy

- Develop, Implement, Co-ordination,

Monitoring of HSE Plan as per project

- Develop and Implement Policies & Procedures

- Create, Maintain and continuously update

Hazard Identification Database

- Develop safe work Procedures, Regarding,

Tasks, Equipment & Tools

- Lead & Train Employees in conducting

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment

- Create and Implement Emergency Procedures

Drills and Evacuation Processes - Fire and Rescue

- Monitor and Report Safety Behaviours

- Support with Implementation and Change-over

from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001

- Supervise & Inspect Security according to

Standard Reports

- Create, Maintain & Update Database, regarding

MSDS with Communication on

Introduction New Chemicals to the

Work Area

- Compile and Submit for Approval of a

Construction Safety File, to our Clients,

(BP (SA), Total (SA), Shell etc.) with their

own HSE Specifications for specific sites

- Monitor day to day activities to ensure

Compliance with Stipulated Policies

and Procedures

- Implement and Monitor “Stop Work”

procedure, to control Danger

Situations

- Accommodate clients, to perform HSE Audits

to Accomplish, Accreditation as

HSE Compliant (Annual from BP (SA) and

Total (SA))

- Perform Internal Audits and Monthly

Inspections. Report Non Compliance

and Assist with closing the gap

- Arrange Accredited Training for all Employees

regarding, Basic Fire Fighting levels,

First Aid, select care and use of Portable

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Power Tools, working at heights, Scaffold

Erector, Scaffold Inspector,

Fall Plan Developer, Confined space

Entry etc.

- Advise HSE Committee on all HSE relate

matters

- Conduct Safety Training, Toolbox Talks

- Medical Monitoring and Annual medical

Surveillance

- Continuous Site Inspections

- Investigation of Accidents, Incidents and

“Near Miss”, prepare learning points

and Implement Corrective actions

with close out actions. Communicate

“Lessons Learned” to all workers

- Control issues and inspect PPE continuously –

100% Compliance

- Enforce safety legislation/regulations

Perform Safety Inspections on:

• Ablution Facilities

• Tearoom Facilities

• Fire Extinguisher/Hoses

• First Aid Kits

• Tools & Equipment

• PPE

• General Premises Housekeeping

Fleet Management

• Maintenance Management

• Fuel Management

• Tracking

• Traffic Fine Management

• Driver Score Card Management

GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF ISO 9001 AND ISO 14000

CURRENT EMPLOYER GARAGE EQUIPMENT SERVICE

2012 TO 2015 WORKSHOP MANAGER

MAIN DUTIES: - Manage work teams to external projects

- Manage internal projects

- Maintenance to Equipment

- Fleet Management

- Issue, completion and closing of Job card

- Laisse with clients, regarding installation,

- repairs and maintenance on

Installed equipment

- Health and Safety compliance

- Management of Staff

- Comply to service level Agreements

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2008 to 2012 CUDHA SARL MOZAMBIQUE

POSITION HSE MANAGER

PROJECT DESCRIPTION SASOL PETROLEUM INTERNAIONAL TEMANE, MOZAMBIQUE, GAS PLANT EXPANSION

Building of 350 man contractors camp.

Manage camp and all facilities, including

Kitchen, laundry and security

Main Duties: - Audit and approve, sub-contractor HSE

(Construction) file, according to client

Specifications

- Check and inspect materials delivered and

and used according to contract

- Arrange and manage security on construction

site

- Integrate ISO 9001 and ISO 14000 in the management system

- Daily site visits to inspect required progress

according to service level agreement

- Manage sub-contractor HSE on construction

Site

- Manage transport and accommodation of

Sub-contractor workers

- Sign off completed camp and oversee all HSE

Standards have been met

- Implement HACCP Standard in kitchen. Daily

Checklists

- Implement HSE procedures in laundry

- Implement emergency preparedness in

Contractors camp

- Manage security access control in camp.

Act as safety commander

- Implement and enforce Zero Tolerance alcohol

procedure

- Train HSE representatives and form a HSE

Committee

- Oversee daily camp maintenance to OHS

standards

- Implement Mozambique legislation regarding

HSE

- Employ and train local people as workers in

camp

- Liaise regarding project progress with clients

and Sub-contractor

- Accommodate diverse nationalities in

Contractors camp

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- Accompany client weekly walk about close

gaps found by clients

- Oversee daily waste management and safe

Disposal

- Arrange permits regarding “Hot Works”,

confined spaces, excavation and working

at heights when needed

- Issue and control PPE issued

- Manage health surveillance according to

legislation

1988 TO 2008 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL

PRODUCTION WORKSHOP

TECHNICIAN - Manage and oversee repairs, maintenance of fleet vehicles

- Manage maintenance on agricultural

Equipment re. Tractors, planters,

bush cutters etc.

- Manage maintenance of building

Equipment i.e. concrete mixer,

vibrator rollers etc.

- Train inmates as apprentice motor mechanics

and prepare for trade tests

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR - Transfer to steel manufacturing workshop

(Fitters/welders) as production

Supervisors

- Planning of production schedule and finalising

Job cards and time sheets

- Planning budget and procurement of raw

materials, equipment and tools

- Manage internal material stock to

Eliminate losses

- Manage stock taking on tool inventories

- Quality control on manufactures items

- Dispatch of manufactured items

- Oversee training schedule of inmates

- OHS representative and member of OHS

Committee

1981 to 1988 KROONSTAD TOYOTA

MOTOR TECHNICIAN - General repairs on vehicles and trucks

- Maintenance services as per manufacturers

Schedule

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1976 to 1981 SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAYS

- Training as apprentice

- Repair and service of busses, trucks, trailers

and forklifts

- Qualify as Technician

CONTACTABLE REFERENCES

NAME: Mr Werner van Rensburg

POSITION: Fire Chief K.A.I.A.

COMPANY: King Abdulazis International Airport

CONTACT NUMBER: +27-82-934-****

EMAIL : adanrg@r.postjobfree.com (Private)

NAME: MR J VENTER

POSITION: HSE PRACTITIONER

COMPANY: SPI

CONTACT NUMBER: +278********

EMAIL: adanrg@r.postjobfree.com

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