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Safety Professional

Lake Park, GA

your.email@example.com
111-222-3333
www.your-website.com

Summary

To secure a position as a safety professional utilizing my managerial skills, technical knowledge and experience with occupational safety and health.

Work Experience

Safety Specialist

State of Nevada, Henderson, NV

Dec 2009Jul 2011

Promoted recognized safety practices among businesses covered by State and federal safety and health laws and regulations.  
 
Identified and trained others to identify safety and health hazards and violations, and recommended reasonable and feasible means of abatement; researched specific technology and industry applications using technical references and consensus codes and standards; prepared written reports 
 
Made public presentations to promote knowledge of safety issues among the public and industry groups 
 
Maintained a current knowledge of new technologies, standards, codes, rules and regulations. 
 
Conducted surveys of employer sites at the employer’s request 
 
Conducted pre-inspection reviews of files and technical literature to identify potential hazards and recognized control and abatement procedures 
 
Ensured that appropriate technical and personal protective equipment was available for the visit 
 
Convened opening conferences with management to discuss the purpose of the visit, the employer’s rights and responsibilities under the Nevada Occupational Safety and  
 
Health Act (OSHA), the relationship of the State’s Enforcement and/or Consultation programs, and the consultant’s right to confer with employees during the survey 
 
Reviewed and evaluated employers’ written workplace safety programs for regulatory compliance, specificity, comprehensiveness, and implementation effectiveness 
 
In worksite inspections, reviewed and analyzed overall working and environmental conditions and work processes for compliance and for safety and health hazards;  
 
Sampled common health hazards using routine industrial hygiene procedures when identified hazards are imminently dangerous, took necessary steps to ensure employees were removed from danger 
 
Conducted closing conferences with management to discuss the adequacy of the establishment’s written workplace safety programs, safety and health hazards identified, standards not met, and the feasibility of engineering controls and abatement alternatives; issued non-penalty citations as appropriate 
 
Influenced employers to take preventive or corrective actions toward the goal of a safe workplace in the absence of enforcement authority; assigned abatement periods in which serious regulatory violations had be corrected 
 
Made recommendations extending beyond regulatory compliance to consider state-of-the-art practices for safety program management, protection of the employer’s investment, and enhanced operating effectiveness 
 
Persuaded management to set up comprehensive systems that prevented hazards from occurring, and to value their safety management system equally with quality control and production systems 
 
Communicated with managers to promote change which included significant expenditures and shifts in management philosophy, organizational culture, and work processes 
 
Documented findings and recommendations in comprehensive reports 
 
Provided informal on-site instruction and training on hazard recognition, regulatory requirements, inspection techniques, safety program management, and safe methods of performing operational procedures

Safety Officer

G & G Systems, Las Vegas, NV

Jan 2007Jul 2009

Developed, implemented and monitored Health and Safety Policy, Programs, and Procedures 
Ensured compliance with current health and safety legislation and regulations 
Increased health and safety awareness at all levels within the organization 
Investigated, documented and corrected injuries, accidents, mishaps and damage to vehicles and property 
Investigated, documented and corrected complaints of hazardous working conditions 
Conducted, as necessary, safety inspections and audits 
Chaired company and attended jobsite specific Occupational Health & Safety Committees 
Coordinated with Federal, State and Local agencies for permits, licenses and testing or evaluations of the workplace 
Coordinated the training of personnel in areas of safety, including first aid, CPR, accident prevention and investigation, work place inspections and other matters related to implementing safety procedures  
Drafted and coordinated emergency procedures and jobsite emergency action plans 
Developed, reviewed, and updated Company Safety Manual 
Conducted new hire orientation for all new personnel 
Managed the drug testing program to include security and notification of results 
Managed workers compensation program to include constant communication with personnel on light or modified duty

Electrical Power Production Craftsman

United States Air Force, Las Vegas, NV

Jan 2005Jan 2007

Functioned as temporary Non-commissioned Officer In Charge of Electrical Power Production 
Functioned as temporary Unit Training Officer 
Conducted safety inspections  
Identified and reported safety hazards  
Used equipment safety and personal protective equipment  
Practiced fire protection procedures for C-E equipment and facilities  
Physically secured assigned equipment and facilities  
Controlled entry into restricted or controlled areas  
Maintained manual and automated training records  
Identified, scheduled and documented additional duty/ancillary/recurring training  
Assigned personnel to duty positions, and designated supervisors  
Planned and scheduled work assignments  
Maintained the section file plan  
Established the unit level technical order distribution office (TODO)  
Established a technical order distribution account (TODA)  
Operated ATOMS database 
Initiated Not Repairable this Station (NRTS) actions  
Documented manifest and shipping documents to ship hazardous materials 
Documented equipment maintenance actions  
Built and developed customer relationships 
Planned work requirements 
Performed scheduling/time accounting 
Interpreted wiring diagrams 
Managed maintenance, installation, responded to emergencies with aircraft arresting systems 
Managed maintenance, installation and troubleshot diesel and gasoline generators and auxiliary components

Unit Ground Safety Manager

United States Air Force, Langley AFB, VA

Jan 2001Jan 2005

Presented monthly safety briefings and seminars for 500 people over 4 years 
Trained 500 personnel in Suicide Prevention, Work place violence, lock-out tag-out procedures, Hazardous communications, forklift operations, low voltage electrical work, Personal Protective Equipment, Fire drills and extinguisher use, Self Aid and Buddy care, Drinking and Driving dangers  
Scheduled monthly safety meetings with work-center representatives and provided briefings as well as minutes, reported mishap statistics and goals to Unit Commander  
Investigated all mishaps within 24 hours and provided on call support, guidance, and investigation for major mishaps 24 hours a day in the U.S. Air Force 
Managed Unit Ground Safety Program for 500 personnel in trades ranging from HVAC, Intelligence, Security, Communications, and Civil Engineering  
Evaluated and provided quality assurance for 20 work-centers on all working programs 
Supervised 15 personnel in power plant operations  
Conducted safety inspections  
Identified and reported safety hazards  
Used equipment safety and personal protective equipment  
Practiced fire protection procedures for C-E equipment and facilities  
Identified classified information  
Safeguarded classified media  
Practiced computer security precautions  
Reported physical, personnel, and/or cryptographic security violations  
Protected major command/field operating agency mission critical information  
Applied classification markings  
Identified procedures to safeguard COMSEC information  
Inventoried COMSEC equipment  
Physically secured assigned equipment and facilities  
Controlled entry into restricted or controlled areas  
Maintained manual and or automated training records  
Identified, scheduled and documented additional duty/ancillary/recurring training  
Assigned personnel to duty positions, and designated supervisors  
Planned and scheduled work assignments  
Performed personal evaluations  
Performed technical evaluations  
Performed special evaluations  
Performed managerial evaluations  
Reviewed MSEP and other reports for task coverage, training deficiencies, or problems  
Maintained a file plan  
Analyzied MSEP reports 
Established a technical order distribution office (TODO)  
Established a technical order distribution account (TODA)  
Operated ATOMS database 
Initiated Not Repairable this Station (NRTS) actions  
Validated Not Repairable this Station  
Initiated product quality deficiency reports (PQDR)  
Processed Reports of Discrepancy (ROD)  
Initiated Contract Repair (AF Form 9)  
Developed work center logistical support for new/programmed C-E equipment  
Documented equipment maintenance actions  
Submitted C-E equipment status & inventory reporting (ESR) data  
Updated comm-computer system installation records (CSIRS)  
Performed corrosion preventative measures  
Built and developed customer relationships 
Planned work requirements 
Performed scheduling/time accounting 
Used hand, power and special tools 
Used electrical testing equipment 
Interpreted wiring diagrams
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