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CV HSE Professional, Medic, Observer, Controller, Trainer, WSIB II certified, CSAO

HSE Professional, Medic, Observer, Controller, Trainer, WSIB II certified, CSAO

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CV/Resume ID no.: 92502

Location (Residence): Braeside, Canada
Citizenship: Canada
  Native: English Canadian
  Other: French Canadian
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
  No Degree

Years of Experience: 10 years
Authorized to work in:
   Canada, United States, Virgin Islands, U.S.
Present Location:
   Canada, Ottawa
   Anywhere (International)
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Health & Safety HSE Trainee 15 years
Health & Safety Health & Safety Trainee 15 years
Other Medic/Doctor Trainee 19 years
Other Medic/Doctor Trainee 19 years
Other Medic/Doctor Trainee 19 years
Other Medic/Doctor Trainee 17 years
CV/Resume Details
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

I have ten years experience in the Health and Safety field. Although most of it was gained in the military one must remember the military is just another very large corporation with it's fingers in many different industries. I was responsible for ensuring both military and civilian regulations were followed in safety and the environment. My experience covers Aviation, Automotive, Radioactive Testing, Medical, Clerical, Field, Munitions and Chemical industries. When in supervisory positions not all of my subordinates were military, some were civilian employees. I completed two courses developed for officers with a science background with an 88 and a 93% average (I did not have any education beyond High School at the time). I am very organized and analytical. I enjoy problem solving and do not mind fixing someone else's mistakes. My last civilian position was Risk and Safety Manager for a general contractor, mostly government contracts (municipal through federal, to include healthcare facilities). I was at that position for a year before being recalled to active duty in June 2007. I will be required to go to weekend training assemblies from here on out but will be exempt from involuntary mobilizations from June 2009 on.

I would like to find a position that utilizes my abilities to lead and problem solve.
Relocating would not be an issue; I am adept at dealing with people of different cultures. Finding a company I could stay with until retirement is my current goal.

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]

Jun 2007 to
Jul 2009 Medic, Observer, Controller, Trainer
174 Infantry Brigade, United States Army
Various USA
First Army Division East trains, provides readiness oversight, and validates mobilized Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers (as well as members of the Navy and Air Force) for combat operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn of Africa, the Sinai, Guantanamo Bay and Kosovo to the highest standards possible. It is not only our mission, but also our duty and sacred trust as we train and prepare America's sons and daughters for the most demanding of challenges they will face while deployed.

Since achieving full operational capability in January 2007, First Army Division East has trained and validated more than 60,000 Soldiers, Airmen and Sailors as well as Department of State and Department of Agriculture professionals. We have trained units from every state and territory in the country and units made up of Soldiers from nearly every State in the country - the record is a brigade combat team composed of members of 44 States. The units trained range in size from brigade combat teams of more than 4,000 Soldiers, to postal affairs detachments of just nine Soldiers. The skills they must master range from basic weapons marksmanship and common Army Warrior Tasks, to synchronized command and control of all doctrinal warfighting functions and theater-wide-sustainment.

First Army Division East's area of responsibility covers 27 states and territories east of the Mississippi River. Our nine training brigades, located around the east coast, provide training at one of our five mobilization training centers that are located at Fort Bragg, N.C.; Fort Stewart, Ga.; Fort Dix, N.J.; Camp Shelby, Miss; and Camp Atterbury, Ind. Each brigade is commanded by a Department of the Army central-select combat arms colonel, all seasoned professionals with extensive training expertise and combat experience.

This is accomplished by teaching, coaching, mentoring and evaluating Reserve counterparts in the numerous collective, leader and individual tasks that a unit must perform to the Army standard in order to be combat effective.

We do this through "mission focused" training. Standards combined with a common sense approach steer training and currency and relevance are our guiding principles. Relevant, mission-tailored training produces leaders and service members who are confident, competent and disciplined in their skills, knowledge and abilities.

Jun 2006 to
Jun 2007 Risk & Safety Manager
Frecon Construction
Ottawa Ontario CANADA
- Develop, enforce and educate employees on health and safety policy. - Certified by Construction Safety Association of Ontario to train others in health and safety related topics (propane, fall protection, confined space, WHMIS, scaffolding, hazard assessment and accident investigation).
- Interact with Ministry of Labor for the province of Ontario to enforce legislated H&S regulations among sub-contractors
- Develop annual training budget for health and safety - Perform accident investigations
- Senior management position reporting directly to owner

• Obtained Workman Safety Insurance Board level 2 certification within one month of being hired (there are significant differences between U.S. and Canadian legislation)
• Obtained all required certifications to train within 4 months of hire
• No lost time accidents or Ministry of Labor fines or work stoppages under my direction (this includes sub contractors)

Apr 2004 to
Apr 2006 Medical & Safety Noncommissioned Officer (NCO)
Camp Blanding Florida USA
U.S. ARMY (FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD), Camp Blanding, Florida 2004 - 2006
Military training site- Range Control
- Responsible for the daily activities of 13 military members and 9 civilian employees.
- Enforced environmental, health and safety regulations (U.S. Army, OSHA and the EPA). - Effected accident investigations and handled Workmen’s Compensation claims for civilian employees. - Reviewed blueprints, safety programs and performed safety audits to ensure civilian contractors performing construction of new facilities on post met government specifications.
- Responsible for forecasting annual budget and implementing the Lean Six Sigma program to streamline operation.
- Provided emergency medical care when needed and oversaw medical evacuation procedures. In a military environment with live ammunition accidents do happen.

• During my two years in this position there were no permanently disabling injuries or deaths on Camp Blanding's training ranges (there had been fatalities and crippling injuries in the past). I accomplished this by ensuring my staff was well trained and proficient in their job skills.
• Leading by example ensured my subordinates loyalty and job enthusiasm. I was in the field working with them as much as possible.
• Giving my senior staff the authority to make critical decisions and backing them up made it easy to delegate with confidence.

Mar 2003 to
Apr 2004 Medical & Safety NCO- 211 Regiment
Camp Blanding Florida USA
U.S. ARMY (FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD), Camp Blanding, Florida 2003 - 2004
Military Training Institute
- Supervised up to three medics and was responsible for the medical care of 30 to 180 staff and students.
- Kept and reviewed staff medical records and those of school attendees.
- Ensured proper medical protocols and emergency evacuation procedures were in place. Trained the medical staff to professionally execute those protocols and procedures.
- Enforced environmental, health and safety regulations.
- Managed the medical inventory and prepared medical section's annual budget.

• Initiated the Medical NCO position at the 211 Regt RTI.
• Established procedures for medical emergencies.
• Received three letters of achievement.

Jan 2001 to
Mar 2003 Industrial Hygiene & Safety Technician
St.Augustine Florida USA
State Headquarters
- The only Industrial Hygiene Technician and one of three Safety techs for the entire Florida Army National Guard on a fulltime basis.
- With the following areas of responsibility; accident investigation, workman’s comp claims, air quality, hearing conservation, safety, environmental, ergonomic, PPE, respiratory programs, hazmat (including emergencies)and accident investigation.
- Some of the occupational areas covered were; aviation (helicopter and fixed wing), automotive, clerical, construction, munitions, radioactive testing, medical and security.
- Review prospective plans for new construction to ensure they met requirements from a health and safety perspective; HVAC, ventilation, storage of hazardous/controlled materials, fire and security.
- The position required 75% travel in the US and it's territories (mostly in Florida). Not all states or territories had an Industrial Hygiene Tech and I would be assigned to other states by National Guard Bureau in Washington, DC.

• Overcame not having a post secondary education in science to complete the Army schools for this position.

Oct 1999 to
Jan 2001 Non Commissioned Officer in Charge- Medical Ops
Blanding Florida USA
- Oversaw all aspects of medical operations on a military training site. Ensured a seamless operation of a 24/7 medical clinic when large groups were training (150 or more).Reviewed credentials of medical professionals working on post to grant them privileges
- Brief senior leadership of military units and civilian law enforcement using the training areas on safety, environmental health concerns and how to handle a medical emergency.
- Oversee emergency medical evacuations and train clinic staff on how to respond. Coordinate with both civilian and military emergency medical organizations. If military helicopters were not available trauma victims would have to be evacuated using civilian assets
- Ensure OSHA and EPA regulations were followed by all medical organizations working on post. Train all medical personnel in HAZMAT procedures
- Responsible for medical inventory in clinic and annual budget for the post's medical operations to include personnel

3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

Mar 2008 to
Present International Intelligence
Bachelors (Including Honors)
AMU (American Military University)
Charles Town West Virginia USA
Nov 2002 to
Feb 2003 Coursework in Emergency Medicine
U.S. Army Medical Department Center & School (AMED
Camp Blanding, Starke Florida USA
Mar 2002 to
Mar 2002 Coursework in Industrial Hygiene, Environmental
U.S. Army Environmental Programs
Aberdeen Proving Grounds Maryland USA
Jul 2001 to
Jul 2001 Coursework in Industrial Hygiene, Safety and Envir
U.S. Army Medical Department Center & School (AMED
Ft . Sam Houston , San Antonio Texas USA
May 1999 to
Aug 1999 Coursework in Medicine and Safety
U.S. Army Medical Department Center & School (AMED
Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonio Texas USA

4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Microsoft Office
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Analysis - 10 and more year(s)
Safety - 10 and more year(s)
Whmis - 10 year(s)
Regulations - 10 year(s)
Investigations - 8 year(s)
Six Sigma - 4 year(s)
Trauma - 10 year(s)
Supervisory Experience - 10 year(s)
Record Keeping - 10 year(s)
OSHA - 10 year(s)
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
WSIB II certified, CSAO train the trainer certified in WHMIS, Scaffolding, Confined space, Propane in construction, Fall protection


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