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Desired Industry: Environmental SpiderID: 69889
Desired Job Location: Cooper City, Florida Date Posted: 8/22/2013
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Dynamic, hardworking, and performance-
driven professional, offering broad-
based experience in environmental health
and safety, program coordination,
business operations, incident command
system, and people development. Acquired
hands-on and academic experience from
various professional development and
certifications. Leverage quick-learning
capability with well-defined
communication, problem-solving,
interpersonal, analytical, and
leadership skills. Employ capability in
working well under pressure and thriving
in atmosphere of challenge; physically
fit to meet the demands of hazardous
situations; and fully committed toward
continuous improvement. Earned
commendation as an effective safety
manager with no citations for complying
with key governing codes and standards.


Experience:

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

DIRECTOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND
SAFETY | Rosevear Construction, Ely, NV
2006–Present
- Ensure compliance with federal
and state regulatory standards by
establishing and spearheading safety
meetings, building, conduction, and
development.
- Leverage skills in designing and
integrating company policies from
inception to successful implementation.
- Earned recognition as the
driving force behind the successful
integration of a new comprehensive
health and safety program, designed to
achieve regulatory Occupational Safety
and Health Administration (OSHA) and
Mine Safety and Health Administration
(MSHA) compliance.
- Optimized company productivity
by significantly reducing loss time
accidents while protecting company
interests and eliminating liability
exposure.
- Successfully made it possible
for the company to earn recognition as a
zero citation company with no workers
comp claims and grand total of less than
$500 for insurance costs due to injury.

SAFETY DIRECTOR | N.A. Degerstrom, Inc.,
Elko, NV 2012–2013
- Performed key management duties,
such as creating and maintaining safe
job sites in adherence to safety
policies; conducting incident
investigation initiatives; and
efficiently handling workers
compensation claims.
- Functioned as facilitator in
assisting, motivating, advising, and
mentoring employees and supervisors in
their key tasks to accomplish worker
safety and regulatory compliance.
- Progressively led and developed
drug and alcohol policy, hearing
conservation program, and hazard
communications for key job sites
companywide.
- Maintained constant coordination
with governmental agencies and owner
safety representatives with jurisdiction
over job sites.
- Contributed strategic insights
in expertly performing on-site hazard
analysis and site safety inspections.

SAFETY AND SECURITY SUPERVISOR | Klondex
Gold and Silver Mining Company, Elko, NV
2011
- Proficiently pioneered and
executed comprehensive health and safety
programs for regulatory MSHA and OSHA
compliance.
- Initiated safety meeting content
development in strict adherence to
mandatory federal and state regulatory
standards.
- Carried out key tasks in
creating and integrating company
policies from scratch to completion.
- Played a vital role in
establishing and administering the
mining company’s website presence, as
well as in creating training plans
companywide.

FIELD SAFETY SPECIALIST | Fire Science
Academy, Carlin, NV 2009–2011
- Served as the academy’s
contributor as part of the program
offering for the University of Nevada,
Reno.
- Monitored compliance with all
National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA) and OSHA standards and
regulations companywide.
- Established a reputation as a
valued resource and mentor to
firefighters; successfully making it
possible to mitigate all firefighting
incidents.

FIREFIGHTER; VOLUNTEER | Spring Creek
Volunteer Fire Department, Spring Creek,
NV 2009–2011
- Rendered key firefighter
services for all fire incidents as well
as other rescue and medical emergencies.
- Acquired wide-ranging
understanding of OSHA and NFPA standards
for a regulatory compliant operation.

FIREFIGHTER; CAPTAIN; TRAINER; AND
OPERATOR | Newmont Mining Corporation,
Carlin, NV 2007–2011
- Proficiently treated patients in
conformance with defined procedures and
protocol, utilizing a wide variety of
equipment, machinery, and extinguished
fires.
- Provided pre- and post-trip
inspections on all equipment; conducted
frequent safety walk around the
grounds/facilities; and oversaw the
application of all operational policies.
- Authored lesson plans and
instructed frequent classes to
firefighters on MSHA, cardiopulmonary
resuscitation (CPR), first aid, and
automated external defibrillator (AED)
in adherence to National Safety Council,
as well as trench rescue training and
continuing education for all fire and
medical plans and programs.
- Earned commendation as a valued
trainer and coach to the staff while
directing 10 firefighters engaged in the
Firefighter Combat Challenge in Vail,
Colorado; facilitated an additional team
which participated in the National
Championship in Kissimmee, Florida and
won an invite to compete at world
championships.

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR | Cortez
Mining, Elko, NV 1996–2005
- Directed operations and
maintenance of safety standards for a
wide array of heavy equipment and
machinery.
- Solely maintained compliance
with 29 and 30 Code of Federal
Regulations (CFR) standards.
- Guaranteed the highest regard on
quality and safety standards while
maintaining equipment/machinery as per
manufacturer guidelines and
specifications.
- Expertly trained the staff on
operations of haul trucks, blades,
drills, tigers, and dozers; successfully
worked as a team to accomplish
construction work orders for various
commercial and residential assignments.


Education:

EDUCATION

COURSEWORK IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
| Great Basin College, Elko, NV



PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Mine Safety and Health Administration
(MSHA) Instructor Certification
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) Instructor
Certification
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR);
Automated External Defibrillator (AED);
and First Aid Instructor, American Red
Cross | MSHA Blue Card | Incident
Command System Certification
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT),
National Registry; Nevada EMT; and
Ambulance Attendant
Firefighter | Rope Rescue | Trench
Rescue | Confided Space | Nevada First
Responder
Vehicle Extrication and Patient Care |
Occupational Hearing Conservationist
(CAOHC)
International Sports Sciences
Association (ISSA) and Professional
Career Development Institute (PCDI)
Fitness and Nutrition | ISSA Fitness
Therapist | ISSA Specialist in
Performance Nutrition
Concrete Field Testing Technician,
American Concrete Institute (ACI) | Haul
Truck/Heavy Equipment Trainer
Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Technician
I/HAZWOPER | Building Collapse


Affiliations:
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Skills:

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Health and Safety Management
Regulatory Compliance and Standards
Project Management
Strategic Planning and Implementation
Technical Support Staff Training
and Development
Coaching and Mentorship
Administrative/General Management
Rapid Conflict Resolution
Cross-Functional Leadership and Team
Building


Additional Information:
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Reference:
Available upon request.


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