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Safety Manager

Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary:
10000USD
Posted:
May 12, 2020

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Roedolf Mias Coetzer

Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Professional Subject Matter

Expert Trainer NFPA Member 2766122

Expert Trainer IADC Member 1124502

Sr. Technical Advisor

Emergency response Technical Advisor

Technical support subject matter expert.

Competency Summary

Strategic

Management

Project

Management

Financial

Management

Civil /

Construction

IT,

Systems

Logistics

Management

Systematic & logical

approach to all tasks

& decision making.

On-Time, In-

Time Project

delivery.

Product Management,

Competitor Analysis

Dealing with

clients, architects,

& engineers.

SAP Advance knowledge

in Freight

forwarding and

Clearing

Result & goal

orientated.

Reaching achievable

goals within set

target times.

Deliver the

financial

objectives for the

program within

time allocations.

Setting Strategies and

Achieving targets

within set time frame.

Supervising

construction,

judgement calls &

solving site

problems

ORACLE Advance Knowledge

in the Supply Chain

operations,

principles &

Processes

Accurate & thorough

(attention to detail)

Direct staff and

resources to meet

program delivery.

Prepares and submits

exceptions to

budgetary compliance

to CFO.

Ability to read and

understand

construction

drawings.

MACRO &

4GL

Advance Knowledge

in Inventory

handling &

organization (FMGC

& Cold Chain)

Analytical approach

to number crunching,

HR performance,

Maintenance output

& Production wins!

Ensure project

success against

project time line

within Scope of

Work.

Reviews payroll

reports for

compliance to

company policies &

procedures

Technical & Civil

knowledge

necessary to

complete the

Project.

FORK

FLOW

Advance Knowledge

in Warehousing

Functions (FIFO,

Cold Chain,

Inventory & Cycle

Counts).

A strong sense of

commitment and

loyalty.

Developing

Strategy &

Execution Plans

Provide training to

ensure compliance to

financial standards

Review Technical

& Civil

specifications and

align to achievable

goals

SYSPRO Advance Knowledge

in Inventory

Management

Systems (SAP,

Oracle)

Advanced knowledge

of discipline codes &

standards and the

cost of materials.

Deliver on all

technical and

commercial

aspects as per the

contract.

Reviews, authorizes

and monitors

expenditure reports in

accordance with

company policy

Ability to work with

other disciplines

(Track/ mechanical/

Electrical/ Geology/

Architectural)

NETTERM

& SLE

Advance knowledge

in Customs & Excise

– International Air,

Sea & Land.

Ambassador for

change & innovation

– leading by

example; building

approaches to embed

change for a

Manage the

Contractors

performance,

responsibility and

financial

oversight.

Formulates budget of

overall operational

expenses in

accordance with

Organizational

outputs

Ability to

communicate

effectively with

management,

coworkers, clients

& contractors.

MS, Word,

Excel,

Office,

Project &

Outlook

Advanced

knowledge of

warehouse

procedures including

stacking, inventory

management, Cold

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prosperous future. Storage & sorting

Skills Summary

Behavioral Technical

Team player and Team work coordinator High level of Computer literacy Logical, informative & multilevel decision maker Ability to analyze numbers, project outlines & architectural drawings

Out of the box thinking combined with the ability to conceptualize and formulate ideas.

Highly articulate in technical concept and strategic knowledge transfer

Following directions, leads, creative thinking in others and the ability to express affection.

Detail-oriented, forward-looking, innovative and creative Planning and Organization.

Summary of further Qualifications

In-house Professional Computer

ISO 18001 (SPIER – South Africa)

2006

Risk Management Diploma (USB) 1999 &

2005

MS Word & Excel

ISO 9001 (Implementation & Auditing)

2006

SAMTRAC (Old & New) 1998 / 2006 MS Power Point & Outlook ISO 14001 & 55001 (Implementation &

Auditing)

2015

Advance First Aid (I, II & III) 2012 MS Project

ISO 22301, ISO 45001 & SIX Sigma

2016

Root Cause Analysis Technique 2013

In-house HR, Finance &

Warehouse Systems

Certified NFPA Instructor, level 1 & level 2 &

level 3 NFPA 1041

NFPA certified Firefighting qualification

Emergency Management

NFPA Codes

Human Resource

Development

Project Management Wild Land Firefighting/ICS

Risk Assessment and

Mitigation

Emergency Response to Terrorism Operations

& Programs

Emergency Response Guideline Programs

Community Outreach

Programs-Integrating and

Development

Emergency Control Center Operations

Fire and Emergency Services Startup and

Mobilization

Firefighting Tactics and

Strategies in Hostile

Environments

Incident Command Safety Organizational Change

International Relations Leadership Quality Assurance Capacity Planning Supervision and Guidance

Refinery and

Petrochemicals

Budgeting/Financial Training and Instruction

Windows Office XP and

Vista Programs

Experience

Senior Consultant fire, safety & environmental (Professionals for HRD- 2018) Board Member (Membership Coordinator) World Safety Organization National Office for KSA

Freelance Subject Matter Expert Trainer for GCC at Haward Technology Middle East August 2017

Subject Matter Expert Trainer for GCC at Haward Technology Middle East in Fire and Safety Page 3

Sr Technical Advisor Emergency Response Technical Advisor subject matter exp April 2016

Fire Fighting & Safety Division

• Establish an effective SOP for the process of surveying factories building integrity

• Undertake surveys of buildings utilizing the correct equipment, processes, and calculations

• Illustrate and identify any issues that present risk to workers or inhabitants of buildings

• Coach and develop factory owners to enable them to recognize risk, reduce tragedies, accidents and safety incidents

• Help factory to maximize compliance with relevant H&S, Building, Fire & Safety legislation

• Give a high priority to improving building & fire standards Manage, Develop and Drive Safety

• Manage factory safety changes through the best utilization of resources & and information

• Manage and monitor site safety performance through stats / feedback and site audit findings

• Networking and influencing across the supply chain and Next.

• Make things happen through building & maintaining relationships

• coordinate with vendors to Maintain and upkeep the Fire Fighting Equipment's

• Liaison with the concern Govt. dept. With regards to fire & Safety of complex and ensure statutory compliance of Fire & EHS adhere too.

• Conduct Periodic Fire & Safety Audit of the Commercial Complex

• Conduct Evacuation Drill

• Conduct training on Safety and Fire Fighting to concern dept staff

• Assist and advise the clients to maintain highest standards of safety

• Manage safety of the Commercial Complex

• Attend emergency calls if any and coordinate with concern authorities.

• Make Safety policies/Emergency plans/SOPs/etc

Improving Safety

• Develop / improve and deliver safety training standards through research feedback / local coaching / development of programs and program evaluation

• Advise and install evaluations

• Promote and implement agreed fire standards in new build factories

• Ensure safety communication is clear / simple and delivered

• Deliver projects which develop and improve safety performance. safety committees in factories Training Development Specialist at Al-Muhaidib Contracting Company September 2015 - April 2016 (8 months)

A training and development officer/manager handle the learning and professional development of an organization’s workforce. They can also be known as learning and development officers. Page 4

Trainers equip staff with the knowledge, practical skills and motivation to carry out work-related tasks. Training officers either deliver the training themselves or arrange for a third-party trainer to do it.

Training and development officers help with the ongoing, long-term improvement of employees' skills, enabling them to fulfill their potential within their organisation. Increasingly, training and development officers are required to be strategic rather than reactive, assessing the skills and knowledge within an organisation and determining what training is needed to grow and retain these skills.

dentifying training and development needs within an organisation through job analysis, appraisal schemes and regular consultation with business managers and human resources departments; designing and expanding training and development programmes based on the needs of the organisation and the individual;

developing effective induction programmes;

conducting appraisals;

devising individual learning plans;

producing training materials for in-house courses; managing the delivery of training and development programmes and, in a more senior role, devising a training strategy for the organisation; monitoring and reviewing the progress of trainees through questionnaires and discussions with managers;

ensuring that statutory training requirements are met; evaluating training and development programmes;

amending and revising programmes as necessary, in order to adapt to changes occurring in the work environment;

keeping up to date with developments in training by reading relevant journals, going to meetings and attending relevant courses;

Facility Management Senior Health and Safety Supervisor at Al-Muhaidib Contracting Company September 2015 - April 2016 (8 months)

Supervisors are responsible for a great deal of what goes on day to day in the workplace; it's not just a position that solely assigns tasks. Supervisors must ensure a safe and healthful workplace for employees.

Conduct Orientation and Training of Employees:

Train and instruct employees so they can perform their work safely. Know what personal protective equipment is needed for each task and how this equipment must be properly used, stored and maintained. When there are mandated safety training courses, ensure that your employees take them and that they are appropriately documented.

Enforce Safe Work Practices:

It's the supervisors responsibility to enforce safe work practices and procedures; failure to do so is Page 5

an invitation for accidents to occur.

Correct Unsafe Conditions:

Supervisors' must take immediate steps to correct unsafe or unhealthful workplace conditions or hazards within their authority and ability to do so. When an unsafe or unhealthful workplace condition or hazard cannot be immediately corrected, the supervisor must take temporary precautionary measures.

Prevent Lingering Unsafe or Unhealthful Workplace Conditions or Hazards: Many near miss incidents are caused by unsafe or unhealthful workplace conditions or hazards. Investigate Workplace Accidents:

Supervisors are responsible for conducting accident investigations and for ensuring that all occupationally injured employees report to the Occupational Medical Service (OMS) immediately. Note: NIH Policy requires all injuries, including those sustained by contractors, to be reported to OMS. OMS works with the Division of Occupational Health and Safety to identify hazardous conditions leading to injuries. The OMS will document and treat any acute injuries. All facts and opinions regarding the cause of the accident must be compiled and documented on the Workers Compensation Forms (CA-1 or CA-2). Supervisors must review the circumstances, sign and submit the forms within 48 hours.

Health and Safety and Environmental and Security

Manager March 2014 - March 2015 (1 year 1 month)

Establish HSE Management System that is compliant with OHSAS AND ISO Programs

• Conduct pre – operational risk assessments on new sites and design risk mitigation measures

• Develop all the required documentation, operational checks and reports for the HSE Management system

• To be compliant with OHSAS and ISO standards, including corrective and preventive measures

• Monitor HSE controllers in executing continuous audits.

• Manage the HSE controllers and coordinate their audit schedule

• Assist and Support Audit team and do audit rounds

• Provide HSE improvement proposals stating: the non-conformance, proposed corrective action, required resources for corrective action and plan of implementation.

• Investigate the root cause HSE complaints put forward by staff members, customers, Clients and contractors and report the result to the QHSE Line manager.

• Follows up to ensure that corrective actions are implemented where necessary and ensures that any Certification requirements are complied with Audit work being performed with ''Safe Work Permit”

Fire Marshall RAWEC at RAWEC - Rabigh Arabian Water & Electricity Company February 2009 - February 2014 (5 years 1 month) Response to all emergency and fire alarms, leading fire crew on call. Ensuring full emergency handling capability by regular refresher training programs for fire crews. Coordinating rescue operations.

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Fighting diverse types of fires and conflagrations Training operations force in ERT; training staff in equipment repair and structural maintenance. Overseeing all routine documentation and record keeping. Driving fire equipments inspection processes by the fire crew. Inter and intra departmental coordination for fire drills, operations, etc. Equipments and facilities inspections for determining repair/malfunction correction requirement. Equipment repair at fire sites, using mechanic's hand tools. Spares management: Requisitioning/ refurbishment and stock maintenance Vehicle maintenance.

Networking with management, co-workers, city employees, and general public to establish effective working relationships.

Driving compliance to regulatory equipment inspections and repairs. Recordkeeping as per legal requirements, standards, and regulations. Maintaining data of equipment, maintenance tasks, and testing information. Working with various electrical wiring and color-coded sizing of critical parts on SCBAs. Detecting and identifying specific audio signals when working near moving equipment; including backup warning devices.

Maintenance of portable fire-fighting equipment, replenishing and repairing equipment when appropriate.

Maintaining inspection records and monthly roster of premises to be visited. Responding to incidents of vandalism etc,

Testing serviceability of fire-fighting equipment reporting any damage. Monitoring the use of fire-fighting equipment and responding to requests for basic fire safety advice. Driving & operation of fire trucks,

Leading fire men and directing fire site operations. Ensuring proper loading of gear and equipment, and preparing fire trucks for operations. Coordinating supply and fitment of fire fighting system. Acting HSE Manager at RAWEC - Rabigh Arabian Water & Electricity Company March 2010 - May 2011 (1 year 3 months)

• Establish HSE Management System that is compliant with OHSAS AND ISO

• Conduct pre – operational risk assessments on new sites and design risk mitigation measures

• Develop all the required documentation, operational checks and reports for the HSE Management system

• To be compliant with OHSAS and ISO standards, including corrective and preventive measures

• Monitor HSE controllers in executing continuous audits.

• Manage the HSE controllers and coordinate their audit schedule

• Assist and Support Audit team and do audit rounds

• Provide HSE improvement proposals stating: the non-conformance, proposed corrective action, required resources for corrective action and plan of implementation. Page 7

• Investigate the root cause HSE complaints put forward by staff members, customers, Clients and contractors and report the result to the QHSE Line manager.

• Follows up to ensure that corrective actions are implemented where necessary and ensures that any Certification requirements are complied with Audit work being performed with ''Safe Work Permit”

Assistant Chief Fire Officer (ACFO) HAZMAT at King Abdulaziz International Airport November 2008 - November 2009 (1 year 1 month) In charge of all the Hazmat activities on the airport such as the handling and storage of all the hazardous material cargo transported by the airlines. Responsible of the training off all the fire and Hazmat personnel. Make daily visits to plant and operations to observe and guide personnel in safe work practices

and methods

Walk-abouts for inspections and on the spot training and assist with any environmental issues The safe handling of chemical and the safe storage of all the hazmat chemicals Ensure that all Hazmat units were ready for any emergency in the airport Respond to alarms and assists in the suppression of structural, industrial, chemical, petroleum, vehicle, and fires perform fire control activities and utilize strategies in the areas of victim rescue,

entry, exposure tactics, ventilation, fire containment and extinguishment. Operate a variety of apparatus, equipment, tools, devices, and vehicles including lifting, hoisting,

spreading, and pulling equipment, foam and additive proportioners, fuel and oil pumps, building and cooling systems, cutting, boring and sawing tools, lighting, lifting and air moving equipment,

appliances, elevators, fire protection and escape systems, radio equipment and meters, all types of portable fire extinguishers, pike poles, hand fines, smoke ejectors, salvage covers and forcible entry tools.

Also emergency medical equipment and other rescue equipment. Presenting and assisting with evaluating of Fire and Rescue related Training courses to ensure that learners comply with protocols and competencies.

Assist with administrative functions through record keeping, report writing, quotations and similar activities in order to ensure a well managed in training. Lecture according to lesson plans, and ensure proper use of required training aids Spill Response Team

August 2007 - May 2008 (10 months)

In 2002, started Fire Degree with Fire fighter 1 and 2 career Received Cum laude for Mecosa training

Received a special bravery award from BMW Rosslyn for putting life in danger to save lives Page 8

Work for SRT in Maputo and my position was Project Manager In 2008 went to Saudi Arabia to continue my fire career working at the King Abdul-Aziz airport as assistant chief fire officer Hazmat(ACFO)

Started career in 2009 with Rabigh Arabian Water and Electricity Company (RAWEC) Started Diving Career in 2009 in Saudi Arabia

Project Manager

September 2007 - March 2008 (7 months)

Spill Response Team

Project Manager for Maputo worked in Pretoria for 1 month, start preparation to relocate to Maputo. Write SOP's for Maputo; Prepare spill response team to be compliant with Sasol audit

(Pass audit with distinction), responsible for audit co-ordination; trained personnel October 2007 relocate to Maputo starting a new company working with Petro Chemical Company

(Petro Mock)

Cleaning of crude oil tanks and to revamp tanks

Assist with hot works and issuing permits

Initiate investigations in fires on duty injuries

Assist with Anthrax threats and evacuation and decontamination Standby with upliftment of petro chemicals

Guide and support the site management team in all aspects to comply with the companies incident and injuries free safety initiative

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and

Make daily visits to site and operations to observe and guide personnel in safe work practices methods

Senior Officer

October 2005 - April 2006 (7 months)

Health and Safety

Inspection of Basic Fire Fighting Equipment Ex. Fire extinguishers, hydrants, hose reels, sprinkler systems, valves, assembly point boxes

Specialized in burn victims

Admin duties; SOP's, logs

Training of personnel in first aid, fire fighting and safety Appointed as Health and Safety Rep; Chair Health and Safety meetings Inspection and measurements of Radio Active substances Testing for gas leaks and gas detectors

Hot works standby and permits

Team Member Fire and Rescue Services

January 2001 - February 2005 (4 years 2 months)

Inspections Basic Fire Fighting Equipment Ex. Fire extinguishers, hose reels, sprinkler systems, valves, assembly point boxes and vehicles

Responding to fires and Hazmat spills

Responding to medical calls

Specialized in burn victims

Admin duties; SOP's, logs

Training personnel in first aid, fire fighting, SCBA's and safety Senior Fireman

October 1993 - May 2000 (6 years 8 months)

Response to all emergency and fire alarms, leading fire crew on call. Ensuring full emergency handling capability by regular refresher training programs for fire crews. Coordinating rescue operations.

Fighting diverse types of fires and conflagrations Training operations force in ERT; training staff in equipment repair and structural maintenance. Overseeing all routine documentation and record keeping. Driving fire equipments inspection processes by the fire crew. Inter and intra departmental coordination for fire drills, operations, etc. Equipments and facilities inspections for determining repair/malfunction correction requirement. Equipment repair at fire sites, using mechanic's hand tools. Page 10

Spares management: Requisitioning/ refurbishment and stock maintenance Vehicle maintenance.

Networking with management, co-workers, city employees, and general public to establish effective working relationships.

Driving compliance to regulatory equipment inspections and repairs. Recordkeeping as per legal requirements, standards, and regulations. Maintaining data of equipment, maintenance tasks, and testing information. Working with various electrical wiring and color-coded sizing of critical parts on SCBAs. Detecting and identifying specific audio signals when working near moving equipment; including backup warning devices.

Maintenance of portable fire-fighting equipment, replenishing and repairing equipment when appropriate.

Maintaining inspection records and monthly roster of premises to be visited. Responding to incidents of vandalism etc,

Testing serviceability of fire-fighting equipment reporting any damage. Monitoring the use of fire-fighting equipment and responding to requests for basic fire safety advice. Driving & operation of fire trucks,

Leading fire men and directing fire site operations. Ensuring proper loading of gear and equipment, and preparing fire trucks for operations. Coordinating supply and fitment of fire fighting system. Fireman

September 1990 - September 1993 (3 years 1 month)

Response to all emergency and fire alarms, leading fire crew on call. Ensuring full emergency handling capability by regular refresher training programs for fire crews. Coordinating rescue operations.

Fighting diverse types of fires and conflagrations Training operations force in ERT; training staff in equipment repair and structural maintenance. Overseeing all routine documentation and record keeping. Driving fire equipments inspection processes by the fire crew. Inter and intra departmental coordination for fire drills, operations, etc. Equipments and facilities inspections for determining repair/malfunction correction requirement. Equipment repair at fire sites, using mechanic's hand tools. Spares management: Requisitioning/ refurbishment and stock maintenance Vehicle maintenance.

Networking with management, co-workers, city employees, and general public to establish effective working relationships.

Driving compliance to regulatory equipment inspections and repairs. Recordkeeping as per legal requirements, standards, and regulations. Page 11

Maintaining data of equipment, maintenance tasks, and testing information. Working with various electrical wiring and color-coded sizing of critical parts on SCBAs. Detecting and identifying specific audio signals when working near moving equipment; including backup warning devices.

Maintenance of portable fire-fighting equipment, replenishing and repairing equipment when appropriate.

Maintaining inspection records and monthly roster of premises to be visited. Responding to incidents of vandalism etc,

Testing serviceability of fire-fighting equipment reporting any damage. Monitoring the use of fire-fighting equipment and responding to requests for basic fire safety advice. Driving & operation of fire trucks,

Leading fire men and directing fire site operations. Ensuring proper loading of gear and equipment, and preparing fire trucks for operations. Coordinating supply and fitment of fire fighting system. Operational Medical Orderly

January 1988 - January 1990 (2 years 1 month)

Operational Medical Orderly, better known as the Ops Medic is the collective name for the South African Defence Forces Medics. The Ops refers to the Operational area and was used to indicate that the medical orderlies deployed to the Operational area or theatre of operations of the then South African Defence Force (SADF). The Operational area referred to the border or cutline between Namibia and Angola where the Angolan Bush War conflict or border war was taking place from the 1970s to 1989.

The Ops medics was distinctly different from the Sick Bay and Hospital medics of the time because they were trained in infantry fighting doctrines and other doctrines as necessary to deploy with the armed forces of South Africa.

Until the early 1990s the Surgeon General authorised Ops Medics by the trained and qualified SADF/South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to work within their scope of practice while treating SADF/SANDF personnel. In the late 1990s the Health Professions Council required all practising Ops medics to register with the council to practice in South Africa and on South African Military operations worldwide.

Ops Medics are carried on a separate Operational Emergency Care Orderly roll of the Professional Board for Emergency Care of the HPCSA, although many have chosen to either dual register as Ambulance Emergency Assistants (Intermediate Life Support, Civilian Qualification )or to forgo registration as Operational Emergency Medical Orderlies in favour of registering as AEA's instead. This is motivated by the OECO qualification frequently being poorly understood in the civilian Page 12

emergency care community, so Ops Medics wishing to moonlight while in service, or seeking EMS employment after leaving military service often find it easier to do so when registered as an AEA rather than as an OECO.

Education

Master degree in Fire Safety science

Certified NFPA Instructor, level 1 & level 2 & level 3 NFPA 1041 NFPA certified Firefighting qualification

Certified IADC Instructor No. 1124502

Technical High school Witbank

Matric, Electrical and Electronics, 1983 - 1988 Activities and Societies: Electrical HTS WITBANK

Matric, High School/Secondary Diplomas and Certificates, 1988 - 1989 south Africa Fire Safety, Fire Prevention and Safety Technology/Technician, 1984 - 1988 Accrediated by Council for Six Sigma Certification

Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, Certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, 2017 Activities and Societies: History and Fundamentals of Lean and Six Sigma Structure of Six Sigma DMAIC Processes (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) Process of Waste Minimization and Connection to Customer Satisfaction How do you know if this is the right program for your

needs? The Yellow Belt is perfect for the person who wants a solid foundation of the Lean Six Sigma methodology, and wants to participate as a project team member and support business improvement projects through tasks such as data collection. Fire Hero

Honors and Awards

Competent leadership, Triple Crown, Advanced leader Bronze, Advance Comunicator Bronze, Competent Communicator, Area Ten Governor Toastmasters International, Advanced Communicator Silver (ACS), Advanced Communicator Gold (ACG), DTM, Advanced Leader Silver (ALS), DIVISION DIRECTOR, Toastmaster international Ambassador D79 PATHWAYS AMBASSADOR FOR SAUDI ARABIA



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