JOHN MICHAEL TULLOS P.O. BOX ****
Quinlan, Texas 75474
Over 30 years in the petrochemical, paper, marine, and commercial construction. With 20years in supervising and managing HSE programs and providing compliance with State, Federal, Client and Company Policies and Procedures. Responsibilities include training, evaluation, safety management. Abilities include well organized work habits, proactive interfacing with all levels of management, of the client and project teams, dedicated to the promotion of Zero Harm in the workplace. Experience with new construction, maintenance, operations, outage work, Proficient in all Windows and Microsoft Office applications. Flexible, extremely dependable, unquestionable integrity and loyalty, broad background in all types of training, and program development.
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Health and Safety – 1999 Emergency Medical Tech. / CPR – Pearl River Jr. College Personnel Rescue from Hazardous Situations – Mississippi Fire Training Center Supervising for Safety & Supervisors Guide for Human Relations – National Safety Council Process Unit Fire Fighting – Lamar University, Beaumont Texas OSHA 500 Instructors – Houston Safety Council OSHA Scaffold Inspection Course – M.W. Kellogg, Houston Texas OSHA Excavation Competent Person Course
OSH Academy-132 Hours of OSHA Safety Training to prepare for the Certified Safety and
Health Manager Certification, through the Institute for Safety and Health
Management (ISHM) 2011
NCCER Master Trainer #5141517
First Aid / CPR
LANGUAGES - English
2009 – Present Safety Manager
Cartagena, Colombia Reficar – Responsible for the development of the Project Safety Plan, Safety Execution Plan, Office Safety Orientation, Training Programs, Support of Management.
Translation of safety documents to Colombian Spanish for the project. Peak employment 6000.
Barrancabermeja, Colombia Ecopetrol – Responsible for the development of the Project Safety Plan, Safety Execution Plan, Site Safety Orientation, Training Programs, Incident Investigation, Support of Management. Complete Translation of all related safety documents for the project to Colombian Spanish. Peak employment 8500.
All field activity safety, assist the Project Safety Manager in all activities concerning project safety. Training of field safety personnel. Maintain a strong relationship with the Ecopetrol Management.
2008 – 2009 Safety Manager Worley Parsons Essexville, Michgain Responsible for the safety of all employees during the erection of a Pulse Jet Fabric Filter system in a coal fired power plant. Development of safety training, contractor management. 2006 – 2008 Safety Manager BP / RMT Wind Connect Madison, WI. Responsible for the safety of all employees during the erection of 220 wind turbines, safety management of contractors, development of safety training programs, development of the site safety program.
2005 – 2006 Vice President of Program Development Safety and Heavy Equipment Operator School Fort Myers, FL Responsible for the development of safety programs, training to include all areas of safety. Development of safety programs and procedures. 2004 – 2005 Safety Manager Worley Parsons Cartersville, Georgia Responsible for the safety and health of all workers during the construction of a BOC Liquid Oxygen and Liquid Nitrogen plant. Developed the project safety manual and maintained a strong relationship with BOC the client. 2004 – 2006 Safety Manager Worley Parsons Salt Lake City, Utah Responsible for the safety and health of all workers during the construction of a Hydrogen Plant (H2). Developed the project safety manual and maintained a strong relationship with the client BOC and Chevron.
2001- 2004 Safety Manager Swisslog Newport News, Va. Responsible for safety during the construction and installation of seventeen stacker cranes, automated conveyors and pallet handling system for Wal-Mart Arcadia Florida and Sterling Illinois. During this time developed the safety program and safety training in all areas. 1999 – 2001 Safety Consultant Bank of America / FARA Risk Service Charlotte, N.C. Responsible for aspects of safety under Bank of America’s OCIP for the construction of the Hearst Tower project. Managed the safety for the general contractor and the lower tier contractors during the completion of the project.
1995 – 1999 Staff Safety / Security Manager ABB Lummus Global Houston, Texas
Assigned to the Atofina/BASF C4 project in Port Arthur Texas. Authored the project safety / security plan, site specific orientation program, safety training programs, staffed the safety department. Site responsibilities to include the following, but not limited to: safety/security/medical management for the project, loss prevention audits, subcontractor safety management, safety training and orientation of new hire employees, occupational and non-occupational medical case management, strong client interface, computer generated reports and statistics. Staff Safety / Security Manager ABB Lummus Global Houston, Texas Assigned to the Houston office to compile the project safety / security plan for the Monsanto Herbicide project, Brazil. Site responsibilities to include the following but not limited to: safety/security/medical management for the project, loss prevention audits, training, occupational and non-occupational medical management, strong client interface, computer generated reports and statistics. Staff Safety / Security Manager ABB Lummus Global Houston, Texas Assigned to the Houston office to compile the safety plan and the site specific program for the Coastal Aruba Refining Company. Assigned to the Coastal Aruba Refining project. Responsibilities to include to following safety/security/medical management for the project, loss prevention audits, training, occupational and non-occupational medical treatment of the employees, strong client interface responsibilities. Peak employees 1000 TCN employees and 25 expat staff. 1991 – 1995 Senior Safety / Security Manager Foster Wheeler Constructors Clinton, New Jersey Assigned to the Houston office to write the safety plans and project specific safety manuals for the Terra Nitrogen project, Beaumont Texas and the Clark Oil Expansion project in Port Arthur Texas. Assigned to Tampa Electric, Tampa Florida for their boiler shut down and revap project. Responsible for safety audits, medical treatment of employees, training, client relationships, computer generated statistical reports for the corporate office.
Assigned to the Co-op Refinery, Newell West Virginia for the completion of the API project. Responsible for safety audits, medical treatment of employees, training, safety procedures, client relationship, computer generated statistical reports to the corporate office.
Assigned to the corporate office in Clinton, New Jersey. Responsible for the safety plan and project specific safety manual for the revamp and turnaround at the Tosco Refinery in Linden New Jersey. Assigned to the Roche Carolina Pharmaceutical project, valued at 500 million. Areas of responsibilities to include: subcontractor safety management, loss prevention audits, all areas of safety training, centralized first aid system for all employees, worker’s compensation management, setup and generated computer safety statistic for the project, strong client interface responsibilities, peak employment 2000 employees. 1990 – 1991 National Safety / Training Manager Patent Plant Services Jefferson, Louisiana Responsible for the management of safety for the Eastern, Central and Western regions of the United States. Also developed and implemented new training programs such as supervisors safety skills and teamwork programs, also to ensure that the OSHA training requirements are met, worker’s compensation management, computer generated statistical reports.
1984 – 1990 Senior Staff Safety / Security Manager M.W. Kellogg Houston, Texas Damage assessment and reconstruction of the Terra International Ammonia Facility Salix, Iowa after the plant explosion 13 December 1994. Responsible for the safety and health of the engineering and construction personnel through out the assessment and construction phases of the project. Development and implementation of training programs, computer tracking of project statistics. Coordination with Federal OSHA, IOSHA, EPA,DNR and the client’s insurance carrier. Plant shutdown / turnaround of a six train LNG facility, Sonatrach Bethioua, Algeria. Responsible for the development and implementation of training programs for the Kellogg staff and the local work force. Also, field management of safety, medical, setup and operated the computer generated tracking program for project statistics and reporting system. Peak employment 2000. Assigned to the corporate office, project to include: Assist in the completion of the Subcontractor Selection Procedure, Finished the project safety program for Chevron USA, Richmond, Ca. Safety management during the construction of the SDA – Rose Conversion project for Chevron USA. Responsibilities include, subcontract safety management, loss prevention audits, safety meetings with the staff and subcontractors, training. Setup, staff and manage the centralized first aid station for all subcontractors, generated computer statistics for the project. Peak employment 800.
1984 – 1989 Staff Safety Manager Jacobs Engineering / JE Merit Houston, Texas Safety Manager during the refinery expansion project at Citgo Refinery, Lake Charles, Louisiana. Responsible for the safety and health of all employees, loss prevention audits, developing procedures and training programs. Produced computer generated statistic and reports for management. Peak employment 2000. Safety Management and Damage Assessment for the fire and explosion damage at the Rhone Poulenc facility, Martinez, Ca. Responsible for safety and health during repair of the sulfuric acid plant. Coordination with CAL-OSHA, Federal OSHA, EPA, and the Client. Safety and Health Management during the expansion of the Timet Titanium Processing Plant, Henderson, Nevada. Responsible for the safety and health of all employees during the completion of the project, loss prevention audits, and claims management.
Safety and Health Management during the refinery expansion at KOCH Refinery, Corpus Christi, Texas. Responsible for the direct hire safety management, loss prevention audits, craft safety trainings, computer generated safety statistics, reports to upper management, claims management.
1982 – 1984 Senior Staff Safety / Security Manager M.W. Kellogg Houston, Texas Assigned to the Shell Neshaps projects, which included engineering and construction to reduce benzene emissions at the following facilities: Martinez, Ca, Deer Park, Texas, Norco, Louisiana, Woodriver, Il. Developed safety orientations and training programs to present to the engineering staff. Assisted in setting up a computerized tracking program for training and physical requirements for benzene. Safety and Health Management during the FCCU revamp at Conoco Refinery, Ponca City, Ok. Responsible for subcontractor safety management, developed safe work procedures for the operating unit, claims management, loss prevention audits. 1981 – 1982 Safety Manager United Dominion Constructor / Litwin Engineers St Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands Assigned as Safety Manager at the Amereda Hess Oil; Refinery for the construction of the FCCU. Developed the project safety plan, training programs, loss prevention audits, produced computer generated statistics and reports for the project, peak employment 2500. 1980 – 1981 Senior Staff Safety / Security Manager Becon Construction Houston, Texas Responsibilities included subcontract safety management, development of project procedures and training programs, project security, health services for all employees, record keeping for compliance, claims management, accident investigation, maintained the project statistics, human resource management, for the following projects: Expansion of an existing Synthetic Rubber Plant for Polysar Chemical, Orange, Texas. New construction of the carbon handling system, anode crushing, ball mill facility, installation of a gantry crane for Lake Charles Carbon, Lake Charles, Louisiana Istallation of a Jagenberg Precision Sheeter Machine and the Packaging Line for the Simpson Paper Company, Passadena, Texas. New construction of a Olefins Facility for Shell Chemical, Geismer, Louisiana Safety management during the damage assessment for the FCCU explosion at the Shell Oil Refinery, Norco, Louisiana.
1979 – 1980 Safety Consultant Enron Engineering Texas City, Texas New construction of a 440 megawatt congeneration facility, responsible for safety planning and review of all functional test procedures and the lockout/tagout system for the start up of the plant. 1978 – 1979 Safety Supervisor Project Construction Corporation Lake Charles, Louisiana Maintenance turn around on the “C” Reformer and the Hydrocracker. Responsible for safety management of the direct hire employees, safety training, accident investigation, fire protection, claims management, OSHA compliance. 1977 – 1978 Safety Manager National Maintenance Marathon Oil Refinery Garyville, Louisiana Safety management of contract maintenance, developed safety training programs, accident investigation, provided health care for all employees, and claims management. 1976 - 1977 Shift Safety Supervisor / Tech. 3 Fire Fighter Great Plains Gasification Association Beulah, North Dakota Responsible for fire protection during start up of the facility. Developed cold weather construction procedures, safety training programs for the facility. Maintenance on all fire protection, rescue, and safety equipment. Strong background with all types of fire situations. 1974 – 1976 Shift Safety/Fire Supervisor Good Hope Refinery Good Hope Louisiana Responsible for fire protection throughout the refinery, safety training, accident investigation, hazard planning, fire fighting, provided health care services to all employees, maintenance on all fire equipment. Strong background with all types of fire situations.
1972 – 1974 Safety / Medical Supervisor J. Ray McDermott Harvey, Louisiana Responsible for the safety and health of all employees including the deep water divers on Lay Barge 21 and Jet Barge 2, fire protection, claims management, maritime inspections, record keeping for compliance.