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Safety Manager

Location:
Biloxi, MS
Salary:
90,000
Posted:
December 26, 2020

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Terence Scott Taylor

***** ******* *** •Biloxi, MS • 39532

(225) 385 – 5815 • E-MAIL adiywn@r.postjobfree.com

CERTIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION

●OSHA 10/30/510/500

●CSST/CSSS Construction Site Safety Tech & Supervisor (NCCER)

●Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) Certification

●HAZWOPER 40 – Hour Training

●Water Survival Safe Gulf /HUET

●Certification/First Responder/CPR/AED Training

●Confined Spaces, Rigging Safety, Offshore Crane Operator Safety Certifications

●(CSST) Construction Site Safety Tech (NCCER) Certification

●NANTEL Training

●Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)

●Contract Supervisor, State of Louisiana, Department of Environmental Quality, Air Permits Division - Asbestos and Lead Accreditation # 7S03228, 2006 – 2007

●LSU Maritime Fire Fighting School in Baton Rouge, LA

●Shipping Hazard Waste, Air and Ground and Vessel Certifications

●Southeastern University Hammond, LA (Two Year Undergraduate Courses)

●NFPA 70E

●2289956 Excavation Safety Training for Competent Persons – United Academy

PROFILE

Over a decade of experience which includes welder helper, pipefitter helper, A class boilermaker, A class rigger, A class ironworker, operator. 12 years in Safety for new gas /oil pipelines 2” to 36” OD onshore and offshore, facilities, mainline, T/A, new construction in refineries and plants. Also have experience in pollution prevention, air quality control, hazardous waste disposal and safety for natural and cultural resource preservation assisting in numerous investigations and clean up actions resulting in liability mitigation reduced costs and enhanced compliance.

WORK EXPERIENCE

IEA-BIANCHI ELECTRIC/ SITE SAFETY MANAGER

Peyton creek wind farm

Bay City, Texas.

February - Present

●Overseeing the safety aspects of Installing T/D poles and wire, Trenching, Microfiber, Grounding and the Substations.

●Training of mobile equipment.

●Performing orientation for all new employees and subcontractors.

●Attending all hands and tailgate safety meetings.

●Audits on JSA and permits on a daily basis.

●Working with management at looking over all hazards, policies and employees.

●Attending pod meetings every morning with management.

MMR Group – HSE Manager

Enterprise / OPD

Baytown, Texas

January – Present

●Responsible for all employees working on this project from Orientation and setting up random at the clinic.

●Training of mobile equipment.

●Responsible of PPE and ordering.

●Handling of safety meetings on a daily basis.

●Audit all JSA’s and BBS cards.

●Working with management by looking over all hazards, policies and employees.

MMR Group – SAFETY MANAGER

New Albany, Mississippi

September 2018 – December 2018

●Responsible for installing all electrical components in the compressor building, control building and auxiliary building. Digging all duct bank and trenches.

●Held daily safety meeting and making sure that all employees follow MMR safety policies also responsible for having orientation for all new hires and training on mobile equipment to certify employees.

●Responsible for auditing job site audits and Permits, walking along the site looking for hazards or potential hazards and having an orientation for all new hires. I did all the training on mobile equipment to certify employees.

Tiger Safety – HSE INSPECTOR

Broussard, Louisiana

May 2018 – August 2018

●Working third party safety for Boardwalk pipeline on meter and compressor station. Watching over the contractors and subcontractors.

●Attend daily safety meetings and conference calls for this project. Walking down multiple work areas and checking contractors to see if they are following safety policies and procedures. Working with Boardwalks project manager and the contractor supervision on a daily basis. Working offshore projects such as demo, maintenance and P&A work on Platforms and pipelines for Williams, Shell and other Oil and Gas companies in the GOM also worked Land rigs and Vessels.

SASOL PROJECT, MMR GROUP – SAFETY SPECIALIST

Lake Charles, Louisiana

July 2017 – May 2018

●Attends weekly safety meetings and tailgate meetings.

●Monitored multiple areas and sites to sign off on permits and audited job site analysis.

●Also responsible for monitoring assigned areas looking for any hazards or potential hazards and also responsible for performing confined space auditing and hot work auditing.

●Responsible for training and certifying aerial lifts, forklifts etc., coached and mentored fellow employees on wearing proper personal protective equipment and working safely.

SABAL TRAIL PIPELINE PROJECT – SAFETY INSPECTOR

MMR CONSTRUCTORS AND SNELSON CO.

Davenport, Florida

January 2017 – May 2017

●Working on the Sabal Trail Pipeline Project – Reunion Station, a bi-flow and single-flow gas compressor station, one of five stations on 515 miles of pipeline, also responsible for ensuring Safety Protocols per OSHA and client SSP were followed, monitored on site fabrication, excavations, installation of pipeline, responsible for incident investigation, auditing and daily reporting, daily communications of concerns and new developments with contractor, Chief Inspector and Field Inspectors. Reunion Station CS-7 is privileged to have the best safety record of the entire Sabal Trail Project.

GULFSTREAM PROJECT @ DOW – SAFETY SPECIALIST

MMR CONSTRUCTORS INC.

Freeport, Texas

May 2016 – May 2017

●Working on the new Gulfstream Facilities Project at Dow with a capacity of 1.5 million tpy and is able to use both ethane and propane as feedstock. Duties were to ensure that MMR the electrical contractor and also responsible for ensuring that all employees follow proper safety policies/procedures, held weekly safety meetings, daily tailgate, reviewed job site analysis, issued confined space, excavation and hot work permits for pipe installation, and audited all areas to ensure crews are complying with OSHA and or the client’s SSP.

●Responsible for writing daily reports, updated SSPs, and incident reports.

OHMSTEDE INDUSTRIAL @ Chevron – SAFETY MANAGER T/A

Pascagoula, Mississippi

February 2016 – May 2016

●Working a T/A at Chevron Refinery ensuring all Ohmstede employees follow all OSHA rules and regulations as well as Chevron’s SSP.

●Held daily safety meetings, reviewed job site analysis and issued work permits, performed auditing, monitored fabrication of heat exchangers utilized in refineries, trained employees in safe work practices, performed competent person training when necessary.

ATLANTIC METHANOL – SAFETY INSPECTOR -T/A

Equatorial Guinea, West Africa

December 2015 – February 2016

●Responsible for ensuring that employees follow all OSHA rules and regulations as well as Atlantic Methanol’s SSP.

●Held daily safety meetings, review job site analysis, issued work permits, performed auditing, monitored fabrication of furnaces in refineries, trained employees in safe work practices, performed competent person training when necessary.

EXCEL CONTRACTORS – SAFETY COORDINATOR- CF INDUSTRIES

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

August 2015 – December 2015

●To make sure that employees follow all OSHA rules and regulations as well as Excel’s SSP

●Held daily safety meetings, reviewed job site analysis and issued work permits, performed auditing, monitored fabrication of heat exchangers utilized in refineries, trained employees in safe work practices, performed competent person training when necessary.

JACK / ST. MALO DEEPWATER PIPELINE PROJECT, GC-19 Platform and Dive Ship

Safety Inspector

August 2013 – August 2015

●Location GOM as Lead HSE Inspector for Shell/Chevron Oil Pipeline Division installing 56 miles of subsea pipeline with daily oil capacity @ 170,000 bbl/d and 42.5 MMcf natural gas, ensuring compliance with safety regulations and procedures on dive ships and platforms for the Jack/St. Malo Project.

●Held daily safety meetings, performed auditing, writing incident reports whenever necessary, and also responsible for writing and reviewing work permits.

●To perform first Aid/CPR on site whenever necessary, conducted competent person training when required. Led the BBS Steering Committee in searching for hazards/non – compliance issues to record, report and repair.

LAND COAST, NEW IBERIA, LA – SAFETY MANAGER

July 2013 – August 2013

●Responsible for ensuring compliance with safety regulations and procedures at both facilities of Canadian Valley Gas and Devon Gas in Oklahoma. Monitored installation of pipe(s), responsible for writing incident reports, safety meetings, review of job site analysis, work/excavation permits, and monitored air quality prior to permitting and during permitted confined space jobs.

GULF SOUTH SAFETY SOLUTIONS – SAFETY MANAGER

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

November 2012 – May 2013

●To monitor all welders and pipefitters during fabrication and installation of pipe (2” to 36”) and to ensure compliance with safety regulations and procedures at NALCO plant in Garyville, LA. Reviews daily job site analysis and approved various work permits, held daily safety meetings, conducted competent person training whenever required.

PERFORMANCE ENERGY@ Shell Upstream Project – SAFETY MANAGER

Houma, Louisiana

September 2012 – November 2012

●Safety Manager, for the Shell pipeline upstream project in PA ensured compliance with safety regulations and procedures for both Performance Energy and Shell for welders, pipefitters, ironworkers and other crafts. Performed weekly safety meeting and responsible for writing incident reports and permits. Monitored the installation of Shell’s pipeline from kick-off to final clean-up such as civil work, pipeline construction, compressor station construction and tie-in also sediment and erosion control when enforcing the Environmental Mitigation Plan.

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY SOLUTIONS – SAFETY COORDINATOR

Lafayette, Louisiana

August 2011 – September 2012

●Responsible for ensuring compliance with safety regulations and procedures for all crafts for both onshore and offshore facilities for pipelines and demolition sites working for Chevron, Exxon and Stone Energy. Completed daily Job Analysis Reports, Incident Reports when necessary and held daily safety meeting. Monitored all pipeline work from excavation, installation, road bores to sediment and erosion control when enforcing the Environmental Mitigation Plan.

JV INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES – SAFETY Coordinator-T/A

Pasadena, Texas

July 2011 – August 2011

●Working a turnaround for JV Industrial ensuring all employees follow all OSHA rules and regulations as well as contractor’s SSP. Held daily safety meetings, reviews job site analysis, issued work permits, performed auditing, monitored fabrication of heat exchangers utilized in refineries, trained employees in safe work practices, performed competent person training when necessary.

OHMSTEDE INDUSTRIAL SERVICES – SAFETY MANAGER-T/A

Denver, Colorado

June 2011 – July 2011

●Monitored all crafts such as welders, ironworkers, pipefitters etc. Ensured compliance with safety regulations, safety orientations, reviewed job site analysis and work permits, completed daily reports and auditing as required. Conducted competent person training whenever required.

BRAND, BATON ROUGE, LA – SAFETY COORDINATOR

February 2011 – June 2011

●Worked on several turnarounds at Exxon and Shell. Monitored and ensured all safety rules and regulations were followed by all crafts such as scaffold builders, Insulators and Painters. Responsible for writing daily reports and filed Incident Reports when necessary. Reviews job site analysis and permits and held safety meetings.

PS2, Baton Rouge, BP Oil Spill-Safety-GENERAL FOREMAN

March 2010 – November 2010

●Supervised multiple crews in beach cleanup and remediation in support of BP Oil Spill Cleanup Operations on the Northern Florida Coast. Also responsible for performing hazardous waste disposal, and to ensure the availability of necessary personal protective equipment, trained employees in proper work/safety procedures.

TRI – PARISH CONTRACTORS

Addis – Louisiana

June 2008 – January 2010

●Utility Inspector/Environmental, new pipeline construction and final environmental clean-up and restoration. Inspected for excavation, directional boring and tie-ins. Supervised installation of ECDs, hay bales, seeding and silt screen for erosion control and restoration.



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