Location (Residence): Blyth, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
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Work Authorization & Relocation:
Vocational in NEBOSH General Cert Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: UK (in particular) Present Location: United Kingdom, Newcastle Relocation: UK (in particular)
Health & Safety
Health & Safety
Health & Safety
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I am a Health and Safety Officer with extensive experience in training, coaching and development of people. I have a technical background from the Oil and Gas industry having worked throughout the UK offshore and overseas on external customer premises. I am qualified with a NEBOSH General Certificate and am fully aware to successfully operate any health and safety policy you need buy in from the workforce. I am extremely customer focused and am experienced in working to tight deadlines within budget on projects which is paramount to finding cost effective solutions to EHS problems. I was time served as an Electronic Instrumentation Technician. In my previous role I had responsibility for running the Electronic Field Support Section. I was accountable for ensuring that all field operations were provided with the correct equipment, safety certified, to tight deadlines, procedures were adhered to and audits carried out on schedule as well as the implementation of new procedures and updating the relevant documentation. I also took care of risk assessments, internal and external customer liaison, planning, logistics, calibration, modification and repair of the electrical kit.
I have 10 years of experience of training with the BSAC (British Sub Aqua Club – the governing body for sport diving in UK) providing instruction in theory and practical skills. In this role, I have been responsible for the facilitation of entire skill development courses, including organising the venue, logistics of support equipment, safety, ensuring that the course material to be delivered by staff instructors was current, issuing joining instructions to staff and students, providing feedback to instructors and students as well as providing reports back to BSAC HQ.
My skills have also been used to provide instruction to permanent and contract workers within GE PII Pipeline Solutions, to train them in the required skills to carry out specific tasks both on site and on customer’s premises overseas and offshore.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Support Equipment Safety Certification Supervisor
Accountable for the provision of the electronic support equipment in the region of £68,000 per operation, to over 200 field operations per year. Responsible for the running of the calibration and safety certification processes for the operations department.
HM Coastguard December 2001 - Present
Deputy Station Officer
Take charge of front line Search and Rescue activities, including missing persons, cliff rescue, response to pollution and ordinance hazards as well as providing safety education for professional and recreational mariners, as well as students and children in colleges and schools
British Sub Aqua Club March 1979 - Present
Delivery of a wide range training syllabus, including practical skills and theory knowledge to complete novices through to instructors. Organisation of dive trips and expeditions for all levels of experience divers.
British Gas Sept 1979 – Feb 2002
Commissioning /Field Technician
Commissioning of pipeline Inspection equipment and sub systems. Carry out
field operations to run in line inspection equipment in client’s pipelines worldwide. Perform on site data replay, faultfinding, repair and refurbishment of equipment as necessary. Manage Inspection programs as team leader or alone using contract support staff.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
British Gas On Line Inspection Center Technician training 5 years pre and 5 years post (IEEEapproved)
ONC Electronic Technology from Newcastle College
NEBOSH Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (2005)
City and Guilds PAT Management (2002)
First Aid at Work (HSE) (2006)
7 Grade C or equivalent GCE’s, including Maths and English
Weapon Engineering WEO Charge Certificate (1990)
Small Craft Sea Survival (2004)
City and Guilds Off Road Driving (2005)
Emergency Life Support Defibrillator (2005)
BSAC Instructor Trainer (2006)
Combined Diving Agency Coxn Assessor (2006)
BSAC Advanced Lifesaver (2005)
BSAC Advanced Instructor (2001)
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Computer literate, competent in using Microsoft Office including, word, excel and powerpoint.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
A self motivated conscientious Electronic Technician that has EHS, Training and Organisational skills with excellent depth of knowledge due to vast experience in a diversified fields from the Oil and Gas industry, adventurous diving with the British Sub Aqua Club to Search and Rescue with H.M. Coastguard.
A friendly, helpful, reliable, professional with excellent communication skills, comfortable working alone or as part of a team to deliver targets on schedule.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
A Non smoker, who enjoys worldwide travel, both as an independent traveler and on organized trips. Memorable locations include the Caribbean, Thailand, Australia and Chuk in Micronesia. I enjoy diving in home waters as well as abroad, with wreck diving as my favored type of dive. I also enjoy snow skiing as often as possible.