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Sr. Site Safety Rep.

Columbia, MS
October 10, 2021

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Stephen Smith Person, 601-***-****,,

**** **** ******. ********, **. 39429

West Coast Logistics/ExxonMobil, Lafayette, La. December 2003 – July-2015

Sr. Site Safety Advisor, Risk Manager / Logistics Coordinator

Safety Drilling / Work-Over Coordinator ExxonMobil various land and offshore locations, US Drill Teams - Gulf Of Mexico, Mobile Bay (H2S), East Texas(H2S), Wyoming (H2S), California, Ensco 350’ Jack-ups, Rowan Gorilla Rigs-IV & V, Ensign, Transocean Champion Western Canada Drill Teams -Nabors, Akita, Savanah, Ensign

Perform all Safety Advisory for ExxonMobil, both on land and for offshore facilities in Gulf of Mexico.

Maintain fluency in US Drill Team policies and procedures and assist in coordination of SIMOP’s and all aspects of the site Emergency Response Plan.

Assist in the development/modification of JSA’s and attest system with the JSA ScoreCard.

Conduct safety meetings, Emergency Response training, perform hazard assessments and safety watches, assist rig and equipment inspections, initiate permits (confined space, hot work, critical lifts and SIMOP’s).

Oversight of drilling contractor safety programs and field safety performance at various drill sites throughout Alberta, Canada.

Advised senior level Drilling Management as to contractor safety performance and recommend safety performance enhancements.

Advised on the planning and maintained oversight of all rig skids and pad moves.

Available during all critical path operations, IE: LDDP, running casing, etc..

Implemented numerous field level work process improvements for rig moves.

Developed management reports on safety performance and made “best practice” presentations at company seminars.

Assist with critical planning and execution of SSHE high impact operations.

Provide visible and vocal SSHE leadership and support to the rig site operations.

Implement SSHE program tools, guidelines and best practices and develop fit-for-purpose, site tools/programs to help provide and endorse a safety culture on location.

Participate/exemplify leadership during conference calls.

Proactive participation with continuous improvement in ExxonMobil safety culture.

Liaise safety and environmental between Drilling and Production.

Provide continuous mentoring/coaching to all rig personnel (contractors, 3rd parties).

Conduct on-site rig orientations and maintain current headcounts.

Maintain fluency in US Drill Team policies and procedures and assist in coordination of SIMOP’s and all aspects of the site Emergency Response Plan.

Complete all equipment and material manifests and maintain in hardcopy or computer file form.

Order out materials, tools, contractors and personnel from drilling or work-over in a timely manner while maintaining and limiting costs to the operator.

Expedite work boats and/or trucks for delivery of equipment and personnel.

Maintain Drilling / Workover inventories and procedures as requested by the Rig Supervisor.


Entech Environmental/ExxonMobil, Lafayette, La. May 1992 – December 2003

Rig Clerk / Logistics Coordinator / Rig Medic

Performed safety, medical, and administrative duties in the offshore oil industry.

Daily “walk-about” inspections of the site to ensure safe practices and identify hazards.

Observe work crews while performing non-routine tasks for safe work habits and procedures.

Performed periodic audits of task performance and JSA adherence and document same. .

Provided instruction on JSA preparation and hazard communication training as well as lockout, tag-out, and confined space procedures.

Maintained a current record of all personnel on site.

Performed assessment of all Injured / Ill personnel on site and render appropriate aid.

Documented all medications dispensed on proper form and maintained file.

Maintained files on: Accidents Reports, Near Miss Reports, Safety Initiative (SIRP) Reports.

Scheduled all transportation marine vessels and helicopters.

Shipping and receiving of all material and equipment on site.

Processed all incoming paperwork, tracking of rental equipment, tracking of cost, preparing morning reports

Marion County General Hospital, Columbia, Ms. September 1991- May 1992

Emergency Medical Technician

Trained and skilled in Basic Cardiac/Trauma Life Support

Able to manage traumatic injuries such as those that can potentially occur in an industrial/construction or offshore/oil industries.

Managed an array of emergency medical calls.

Education, Training and Certifications

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Sept. 1991

National Registered Emergency Medical Technician

Transportation Workers Identification Credentials (TWIC) Valid 10-27-2019

HUET Offshore Water Survival, Flac Houston, Tx. Valid 10-15-2019

Personnel Transfer Basket, Flac Houston, Tx. Valid 10-15-2019

Swing Rope Safety, Flac Houston, Tx. Valid 10-15-2019

PEC Safe Gulf Valid

Drug Hair Follicle Test / Alcohol Urine Test Negative 03/12/2018

Fit For Duty Test Passed 03/19/2018

Tuberculin (TB) Skin Test – Confirmed Negative 10-23-14

Basic Trauma Life Support / Basic Cardiac Life Support

Blood Borne Pathogens, First Responder 06-14-12

N.O.R.M. 06-15-12

Confined Space Entry, Fall Protection 06-15-12

Drug Awareness Training, Back Safety Training 06-16-12

SIMOPS Training 06-16-12

Transportation Of Dangerous Goods 06-17-12

WHMIS 06-17-12

Defensive Driving 06-18-12

Fire Fighting 06-18-12

H2S Safety Awareness 03-12-14

H2S Fit Test MSA Ultravue Med., Scott AV-2000-Lg., Full Face SCBA 03-12-14

Risk Management, Risk Tolerance, At Risk Behaviors, Unacceptable Risk 10-10-14

Reliability Availability & Maintainability (RAM) 11-22-14

Dropped Objects 11-22-13

Quantified Risk Assessment (QRS) 11-23-14

LOTO 11-23-14

Safety Management Systems & Safety Culture 11-24-14

PTW Permit To Work 11-24-14

Consequence Assessment (Fire, Explosion, Toxic) 11-25-14

Hazid, Hazop, Hazwop 11-26-14

Fire & Explosion Risk Analysis (FERA) 11-25-14

Human Factors 12-12-14

Check 6 / Beyond The Break 2012 / 2013 / 2014 / 2015

Life Saving Actions - CBT 05-15-15

Clear Deck Guidelines - CBT 05-15-15

Working At Heights - CBT 05-16-15

WMS Permit Holder - CBT 05-16-15

KF Pressure Safety - CBT 05-18-15

Pro Safe Awareness - CBT 05-21-15

Critical Lift Definition - CBT 05-24-15

USP Pressure Awareness - CBT 05-27-15

ExxonMobil References US Drill Team / Western Canada Drill Team

Billy Morris, Operations Superintendent, Jakarta, Indonesia

Adam Siegel, Sr. Drilling Supervisor, Houston, Tx.

Jason Mannina, Sr. Drilling Supervisor, Houston, Tx.

James “Buck” Crum, Sr. Drilling Supervisor, Houston, Tx.

Stephen Smith Person 001-601-***-****

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