CV Safety / Radio Officer Seadrill Asia offshore the Congo coast in West Africa, qualified HLO
Safety / Radio Officer Seadrill Asia offshore the Congo coast in West Africa, qualified HLO
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Location (Residence): Uitzicht, Durbanville, South Africa Citizenship:South Africa
English South Africa Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Vocational in Electronic Certificate Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: Congo, South Africa Present Location: South Africa, Cape Town Relocation: Anywhere (International)
Health & Safety
Health & Safety
Health & Safety
Health & Safety
HLO Helicopter Landing
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Job Application: SAFETY OFFICER
I consider myself a candidate for this job because:
1. I have had extensive experience in Health and Safety over a number of years in different capacities.
2. I am well acquainted with the different disciplines which contribute to knowledge and understanding of Health and Safety.
Academically, I have completed Higher Secondary school and have done numerous South African Naval training and courses in Safety Systems and Equipment.
I have completed a NEBOSH International Certificate.
My main characteristics are:
a) I am able to communicate with people on all levels.
b) I am prepared to re-locate.
c) I have vast experience in the training of personnel.
d) I have many years experience managing office administration.
I have a sound knowledge of the components of Occupational Health and Safety.
I fully understand the maintenance of a System for Managing Health and Safety.
I am proficient with the implementation of Safety Management Systems.
I am proficient with the implementation of Security Systems ashore and onshore.
I have Strategic and Tactical planning experience.
I have Incident Investigation experience.
I have had training in Team Management and Leadership.
I have expertise in Competent Base Modular training.
I can communicate with people on all levels.
I am proficient with the conduction of safety inductions for senior management personnel.
I have experience in the development and implementation of more efficient HSE training programs.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
I have served in the South African Navy for nineteen yeas from 1980 until
1999. These are some of the qualifications I have achieved in that time:
In 1981 I qualified as an Able Seaman and as a Surface Ship Combat
Operator that same year.
In 1982 I qualified as a Communications Rating Level 1.
In 1984 I successfully completed an Advanced Communications Course, a
Disaster Control Course and I qualified as a Leading Seaman.
Part of the Disaster Control Course covers Crisis Management training.
In 1985 I joined the South African Navy Submarine Squadron and became a qualified
Submariner in that same year. Submariners training includes a thorough knowledge and maintenance of all Submarine Safety Systems
In 1986 I became a Submarine Duty Electrician and also became Head of the
Communications Department on the submarine.
My duties included:
a. Part of the team that conducted weekly Safety Drills,
b. Conduct regular Safety audits and improve Safety Systems where necessary.
c. Carry out Incident or Accident Investigation within your compartment when required.
In 1987 I was promoted to the rank of Petty Officer.
In 1988 I successfully completed a Management and Leadership Course to put me in line for my next promotion. Course subjects included Occupational Health and Safety Management on shore and at sea. This course also qualifies personnel to lead subordinates in Crisis Management and draw up detailed Accident Reports.
In 1991 I enrolled at the South African Naval Technical College to complete my Technical studies in electronics.
In 1992 I was promoted to the rank of Chief Petty Officer.
In 1994 I finished my technical studies and worked as part of the Submarine Technical Support Team at the Submarine Base Workshops
In that same year I qualified as a Submarine Base Duty Technician. These duties required a sound knowledge of the South African Occupational Health and Safety Systems. A thorough knowledge of all Submarine Workshops, Accommodation and Office Space Health and Safety Systems were required.
When on duty, I was required to carry out regular Safety and Security rounds and record, with possible solutions, all Safety and Security Hazards. To organize and coordinate tasks related to HSE; control observance of HSE by all departments.
In 1995 I worked as an understudy to the person in charge of C.B.M.T. (Competency Based Modular Training) for naval electronics.
From 1995 to 1996 the two of us were in charge or re-writing all Electronic Training manuals into the C.B.M.T. format.
Right on top of our agenda was the importance of Occupational Health and Safety.
Parts of our duties included:
a. Risk assessments.
b. The cost of failing to manage Health and Safety Systems.
c. Re-assessing all Safety Systems already in place and improve it where necessary.
d. To communicate with the operators and instructors of the equipment and get as much input as possible before suggesting New Improved Health and Safety Systems.
In 1997 I returned to the Submarine Flotilla and became part of the team that implemented the Computer Controlled Maintenance Procedure, N.L.I.S. (Naval Logistics Integrated Systems)
From the beginning of 1998 until I resigned from the Navy, I was in charge of the newly implemented N.L.I.S. at the Submarine Base Workshops.
My responsibilities covered:
a. Identify sources of information on Health and Safety.
b. Legal and economic advantages for maintaining good standards of Health and Safety.
c. Outlining the roles and responsibilities of employees and workers within the Submarines Health and Safety Systems
d. All Submarine electronic logistics, including, costing, maintenance and budgeting.
e. To set daily, weekly and monthly objectives for HSE Supervisors and monitor accordingly.
f. To monitor and co-ordinate corrective actions identified on occurrence registers.
In 1999, I joined a computer software company as one of two partners. We specialized in a database Management Program called Maximizer and in all Microsoft programs. The company closed about seven years ago.
At the end of 2001, I joined Trans Hex Diamond Mining Group as a Diamond Process Controller. I worked on board their ships on a 28 days on 28 days off basis for about two years.
My duties included:
a. Promoting good standards of Health and Safety within the Organisation.
b. Ensuring that all personnel adhere to the companys regulations as far as Health and Safety and the processing of the product is concerned.
c. To train and control correct usage of P.P.E.
d. To participate in development of actions to prevent pollution of environment, observe ecological standards; ensure good labour conditions and safe performance of works, emergency and accident preventive measures.
e. To assist the Mine Manager with the running of the plant and managing of crew which included:
i. Doing Safety Audits.
ii. Safety Training of personnel.
iii. Maintaining Safety Systems.
iv. Ensure a good Safety Awareness among the crew.
v. Safety Drills.
Recently, I was a Radio Operator on contract for Seadrill Asia off the Congo coast in West Africa for the past five years. I have successfully completed a NEBOSH International Health and Safety Certificate course in September 2007.
My duties include:
I am assisting the Safety and Training Officer in the following:
i) Implementation of the Company Health Environment and Safety Management Plan to ensure compliance with company regulations and requirements for Oil and Gas exploration and production.
ii) To regulate elimination of deficiencies found by regulatory and inspection rounds and take actions to improve labour conditions.
iii) Monitor that inductions and Safety briefings are carried out.
iv) Assessment of occupational safety knowledge of personnel and ensure personnel are provided with training where necessary.
v) To propagate and disseminate HSE information using internal information network, television, and post news releases on board.
vi) To provide departments with rules, standards, instructions, posters and other illustrated HSE materials and brochures.
vii) Ensure all permit requirements for testing wells, entry permits, and all other such requirements are up to date and all Company requirements for such permits are fully met on time and according to local Government's legislation.
a. Global Maritime Distress Safety Systems Officer.
b. Control of all helicopter logistics and operations.
c. In charge of Personnel On Board lists.
d. Lifeboat and emergency muster lists.
e. T- Cards allocation.
f. Personnel Room Allocation.
g. I am a qualified Helicopter Landing Officer.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
1. NEBOSH International Health and Safety Certificate
2. International General Certificate for Radio Operator
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
1. Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP
2. Microsoft Office
3. Database Management Programmes
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
I am a qualified Communications Technician
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
1. I am a Helicopter Landing Officer.
2. I am a GMDSS Officer