Safety Supervisor
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Location: Stafford, TX, USA
School: Columbia Southern University
Field of Study: Occupational Safety and Health

Safety Supervisor

Self-motivated, focused, and bottom-line-oriented professional, offering qualifications in all areas of quality, health, safety, and environmental management encompassing team building and leadership, safe and security management, risk and crisis management, organization development, and quality/performance improvement. Possess keen attention to detail, complemented with excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as interpersonal adeptness.
 Knowledgeable of all applicable rules and regulations concerning safety procedures and policies; proficient in documenting and implementing maintenance inspections and procedures (OSHA).
 Experienced in demonstrating exceptional performance and excellent customer service skills within industrial and service settings.
 Committed to providing hard work and superior efforts to enhance both project quality and productivity.
 Capable of confidently interfacing with other professionals, staff, and business clients.

CORE COMPETENCIES

Federal and State Regulations
Fire and Hazardous Material Prevention Techniques
Fire and Hazardous Material Protection Techniques
Firearm and Explosives Handling
Hazardous Material Management
Health and Safety Management
Healthy and Safety Manuals
Industrial Equipment Operation
Logistics Support
OSHA Change Management and Control
Problem Identification/Resolution
Productivity/Performance Improvement
Program Management and Execution
Regulatory Compliance
Safety and Occupational Health Programs
Safety Trainer
Schedule/Itinerary Planning

EDUCATION

COLUMBIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY | ORANGE, AL
Bachelor of Science Occupational Safety and Health August 2016
Associate Occupational Safety and Health/Fire Science November 2014
Certification Occupational Safety and Health October 2014

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND CERTIFICATIONS

966 Payloader
968 Payloader
Basic Plus
Confined Space Fireguard Space
D-10 Dozer
FMC Operator
ISO 9001
Man Lift, Scissor Lift and Forklift
NCCER Certified Safety Supervisor
OSHA® 10-HR (Construction Industry- OSHA 29 CFR 1926)
Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC®)



RELEVANT EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
TF HUDGINS | HOUSTON, TEXAS 2018-PRESENT
SERVICES TECHNICIAN
Provide service solutions for compressors, engines, pumps, motors, compressors, blowers, gear boxes, valves, hydraulic and pneumatic tools and other machinery while providing expertise to increase reliability, longevity, performance, safety and environmental compliance.
 Complete extensive training regarding safety standards and have successfully maintained zero incident record.
 Direct and assist coordinating with the scheduled and unscheduled equipment maintenance and repairs.
 Accurately and effectively diagnose and revise schematics to fit within specs of costumer's demands and revisions.
 Perform diagnosis and repairs on a variety of valves, valve restraints, capacity control, rod rings, wiper packing, piston and rider rings, rods, cases, pistons, engineered coatings, cylinder liners.
 Design, install, repair and maintain services for all oil, grease, oil mist systems and high-pressure compression systems.
 Operate hoists, cranes and scissor lifts as required by specific duties.

WATCO COMPANIES | HOUSTON, TEXAS 2015-2018
CONDUCTOR/SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE
 Managed progress of health and safety activities for facilities and personnel.
 Managed and conducted regular compliant safety meetings.
 Assisted in incident investigation, root cause analysis and accident reporting.
 Managed rail switching, coupling and uncoupling of cars and releasing brakes.
 Operational knowledge of track mobile.
 Provided high level of support, motivation and mentorship regarding the health and safety of employees with a commitment to total team effort.

AT&T | HOUSTON, TEXAS 2013-2015
WIRE TECHNICIAN
 Installed and troubleshot different telecommunications networks inside customers’ homes and businesses.
 Acted as the face of the company while interacting with customers.
 Referred different products, general customer service, and deescalating situations with irate and frustrated customers.
 Maintained sufficient stock of equipment in company vehicle and ensuring the vehicle is clean and safe to drive.
 Knowledge of fiber, electronic, color codes and mechanical principles relating to all ATT subsystems; proper handling, use, and disposal of hazardous waste and materials.

UNITED BULK TERMINAL | DAVANT, LOUISIANA 2010-2013
OPERATOR / SAFETY MANAGER
 Maintained compliance with all governmental environmental regulations.
 Developed and implemented safety initiatives to reduce injuries in the workplace.
 Facilitated a safety culture transformation from reactive to proactive by effectively influencing key stakeholders of the organization.
 Partnered with Human Resources and Operations Management to aggressively manage workers compensation cases.
 Completed comprehensive facility safety audits and developed action plans to address gaps at facilities.

DOMINO SUGAR REFINERIES | NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 2007-2009
PLANT TECHNICIAN / SAFETY SPECIALIST
 Conducted and coordinated safety meetings and safety training to educate workers about safety policies, laws and practices.
 Executed daily operations of all aspects of on-the-job safety.
 Conducted job hazard studies for each field position including ergonomic, PPE, and on the job hazards.
 Familiar with EPA statues and Industrial Hygiene.
 Performed inspections of fire and safety equipment, machinery throughout the plant, then identified and corrected potential hazards to ensure compliance with safety regulations.
 Increased employees’ awareness and knowledge of regulations and policies through continuous training.
 Conducted periodic safety training including new employees’ safety orientation through formal classrooms and presentations.
 Coordinated all emergency response activities including annual drills, spill prevention and training employees on emergency response and evacuation procedures.

EARLIER CAREER
Kinder Morgan Dry Bulk Terminals, Houston, Texas – Operator 2006-2007
Acme Brick Company, New Orleans, Louisiana – Warehouse Manager 2002-2005

NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENTS
 Promoted from Level D Operator to a Top-Level A Operator within three (3) years
 Promoted from a Maintenance Assistant to a Warehouse Supervisor within two (2) years
 Managed and trained on safety practices to ensure that processes and procedures are carried out effectively under the guidelines of OSHA and industry safety policies and procedures.
 Succeeded in reducing employees’ injuries within the operations.
 Instituted supportive programming for employees that encouraged safety awareness, injury prevention and employee involvement for a safe work, zero tolerance culture.

TECHNICAL ACUMEN
Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Visio)

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