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Top 50 Safety Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Safety Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Safety Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.6% of Safety Specialist resumes contained Safety Procedures as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Safety Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Safety Specialist:

1. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Observed all Safety Tailgate training programs highlighting specific job tasks and important safety procedures.
  • Developed and implemented safety procedures/ policies, and standard operating procedures.
  • Developed and coordinated application of Maintenance Shop safety procedures and techniques.
  • Ensured company safety procedures and compliance with government regulations.
  • Design and implement company safety procedures and policies.
  • Developed Administrative Safety Procedures for generating stations.
  • Recommended process and safety procedures that will reduce employees' and customers' exposure to chemical, physical and work hazards.
  • Provide daily management and implementation of safety procedures for emergencies, including evacuation response plans, Shelter-In-Place, etc.
  • Conducted training for the O&M staff each week about various topics such as OSHA safety procedures.
  • Investigated all concerns and communicate any findings to the staff or inmates relating to safety procedures.
  • Supervised and oversaw high level H2S jobs supply air and ensure proper execution of safety procedures.
  • Coordinate Safety Meetings, train new employees on proper job safety procedures and hazard identification.
  • Adhere to all safety procedures both in the office and out in the field.
  • Assisted clients in program development and revision of safety procedures and program manuals.
  • Maintain, update, and ensure employees are following the documented safety procedures.
  • Conduct new employee orientation on standard safety procedures for the plant.
  • Assessed companies' high and low points of current safety procedures.
  • Developed, updated, and implemented all safety procedures and programs.
  • Develop and conduct training on new safety procedures.
  • Developed and Implimented safety procedures and management systems to comply with all requirements and ensure saftey at the sites.

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2. Osha

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  • Defined Construction Safety Processes with written operational procedures required by company standards, NASA and OSHA requirements.
  • Worked with fellow safety professionals and management to ensure OSHA and company policies were adhered to by the employees.
  • Accumulate a wide breadth of knowledge pertaining to occupational health and safety by attending OSHA sponsored courses.
  • Audited facilities to ensure DOT, OSHA and EPA regulations were being followed.
  • Oversee & ensure compliance with OSHA, local, state and federal regulation
  • Perform facility safety related audits as per OSHA requirements and NGA contract.
  • Monitored compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements.
  • Managed material safety data sheets for all chemicals as required by OSHA.
  • Recorded and maintained all incidents on OSHA's 300 logs.
  • Conduct OSHA required training for over 1,000 employees.
  • Required Workers Compensation and OSHA compliance duties.
  • Labeled all chemical containers to OSHA standards.
  • Maintain OSHA 300 injury log.
  • Help train new employees on job safety and OSHA standards 29 CFR 1926.
  • Audit Management - MSHA, OSHA, State Mine Safety and Health Training - Refresher, Confined Space Inspectors, OHSAS 18001
  • Refined process and provided guidance and surveillance in support of OSHA Lead, Cadmium, and heavy metals exposure.
  • Co-coordinated OSHA 30 class for BMW Plant Spartanburg and contract Safety Specialist.
  • Maintained OSHA recordkeeping log and status of employee medical treatment.
  • Inspected worksites to ensure compliance with OSHA standards.
  • Assist with OSHA recordkeeping program.

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3. Ensure Compliance

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  • Conducted administration of Accident Risk and Assessment Reports and validated mitigation and recommendations by contractors to ensure compliance to government standards.
  • Assisted in the development and revision of department-specific SOP's/guidelines and work instructions to ensure compliance with U.S. and international/ global regulations.
  • Perform safety an environmental analysis and develop recommendations to ensure compliance with all federal, state, requirements.
  • Perform site specific safety orientation and site safety audits to ensure compliance with regulatory requirement and company policy.
  • Conducted chemical/biological laboratory inspections to ensure compliance with State and Federal health and safety regulations.
  • Reviewed and maintained company processes to ensure compliance with government standards and regulations.
  • Evaluated campus building inspection assessments, recommend appropriate corrective action, and ensure compliance to meet state and federal standards.
  • Inspect all explosive storage areas, tunnels and magazines to ensure compliance with U.S. Navy, Explosive Safety Standards.
  • Reviewed OSHA and Department of the Army regulations and developed plans, procedures, and guidelines to ensure compliance.
  • Conducted site inspections to ensure compliance with OSHA 1910, 1926 and Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirements
  • Performed and coordinated job hazard analysis of job codes to ensure compliance with applicable safety and health regulations.
  • Support management s efforts to ensure compliance with corporate Safety Program expectations and applicable federal and state law.
  • Performed numerous audits and HSE Inspections to ensure compliance with applicable OSHA Standards and site HSE Procedures.
  • Perform work audits to ensure compliance with EH&S safety systems.
  • Oversee and ensure compliance with all applicable HSE laws and regulations.
  • Monitored projects to ensure compliance with safety codes and standards.
  • Cooper Vision, Juana Diaz Implement and support Safety programs to ensure compliance with all federal, state, local requirements.
  • Reviewed Right to Know training and baseline audiograms for 15 operating divisions to ensure compliance with government regulations.
  • Review all documentation on jobsites to ensure compliance.
  • Examine permits to ensure compliance with licensing requirements.

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4. Safety Program

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Here's how Safety Program is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Gathered, analyzed and presented data about ongoing safety programs to senior management including Lab Compliance Inspection results and Waste Disposal.
  • Manage, map, and organize regional customers safety programs efficiently while increasing customer base and cultivating existing accounts.
  • Enhanced corporate-level safety programs based upon changing environment.
  • Conducted daily, weekly and monthly audits to ensure compliance with corporate safety program expectations, as well as OSHA standards.
  • Manage and assist in the operation of the Marine Corps Ground Safety Program in compliance with the Code of Federal Regulations.
  • Assisted in the organization and implementation of a complete vehicle safety program for both Government and private motor vehicle operations.
  • Conducted semi-annual X-ray surveys for radiation labs, and work areas, and maintained Radiation Safety program documentation.
  • Increase effectiveness of customer's safety programs through product, industry, and safety knowledge.
  • Assisted in planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluation of safety programs and activities.
  • Audited all operations for compliance to 3rd party audit requisites and customer food safety programs.
  • Review of contractor's safety programs and enforcement when they come on site.
  • Managed the daily interfacing with client on safety programs, i.e.
  • Enforced Environmental, Health and Safety programs throughout the building.
  • Plan, organize, & direct base safety program.
  • Develop an internal safety program with HR managers.
  • Administer the health and safety program.
  • Qualify customer safety program status by processing pre-qualifier questionnaire and safety surveys.
  • Implemented and sustained CUSP (Comprehensive Unit-Based Safety Program) teams to engage frontline staff with performance improvement.
  • Develop Kakivik written goals and plans for the Safety Program at GKA and GAA focusing on continuous improvement.
  • Managed highly diverse safety programs for 10,000 employees at multi-locations, consisting of heavy industrial operations.

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5. Emergency Response

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Here's how Emergency Response is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Coordinated emergency response efforts by developing processes and procedures into the Corporate Emergency Response Manual.
  • Support Emergency Response Coordinator with the administration of fire protection/life safety systems.
  • Managed emergency response and accident investigations.
  • Provided emergency response to fire, emergency medical, and hazardous material incidents, reporting to the Director of Safety.
  • Manage and coordinate the Emergency Response Team, including the site paramedic and ambulance, fires and fire fighting vehicle.
  • Organized and managed a 50-member chemical emergency response team (HCN, Cl2, corrosives, and oxidizers).
  • Conducted life and fire safety on all company facilities and developed emergency response plans for each site.
  • Worked all rig moves ready to initiate the ERP or Medical Emergency Response at any time.
  • Performed emergency response activities aimed at protecting the environment and worker's and community health.
  • Participated in emergency response drills as a part of the Emergency Response Headquarter team.
  • Assessed all life safety, fire protection, and emergency response impact projects.
  • Provide support for emergency response activities including training, drills and incident response.
  • Developed and founded a 20+ member emergency response team of Calumet personnel.
  • Participated on Emergency Response Team (ERT) for five years.
  • Fulfilled role as site liaison with local Emergency Response officials.
  • Review and update Glendale Emergency Response and Emergency Evacuation Plan.
  • Led a complete revision of the company Emergency Response Plan.
  • Manage Emergency Response Team (ERT).
  • Maintained the Emergency Response manual.
  • Company liaison/member of Collin County LEPC Developed and maintained Emergency Response incident tracking database.

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6. Adverse Events

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Here's how Adverse Events is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Performed periodic aggregate review of adverse events to identify and investigate potential safety signals.
  • Implemented internal system of documenting adverse events and serious adverse events for internal audit.
  • Documented potential adverse events/information during intake calls or via email/fax.
  • Performed detailed investigation of adverse events for suspected products.
  • Processed adverse events for assigned projects
  • Resolved all database discrepancies, and end of study adverse events and serious adverse events reports.
  • Implemented accurate tracking system for all adverse events and serious adverse events reports.
  • Coded all adverse events, indications, medical history, and medications.
  • Performed consistent coding of diseases, adverse events, and medications.
  • Coded adverse events and serious adverse events using MedDRA/COSTART dictionaries.
  • Identified and classified Serious Adverse Events and adverse events.
  • Forward data based adverse events to contractual partners.
  • Assisted with the follow-up of serious adverse events.
  • Prepared narratives for serious adverse events.
  • Coded adverse events according to MedDRA.
  • Prepared excel spreadsheet for cross-referencing adverse events and serious adverse events information for in-house data files.
  • Act as an interface with Hospitals, Surgeons, and Internal Cordis employees for reporting of complaints and adverse events.
  • Prepared guidelines for Cephalon personnel to follow for reviewing adverse events and serious adverse events and other safety data.
  • Managed and monitored reportable serious adverse events from the drug or devise study.
  • Triaged adverse events reported by patients/consumers and healthcare professionals for seriousness and listedness/expectedness.

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7. Safety Meetings

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Here's how Safety Meetings is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Participate in company Safety Committee and represent company at customer safety meetings, lead company training.
  • Conducted and assisted with developing material for supervisor's weekly and monthly safety meetings.
  • Participate in bi-weekly safety meetings for plant safety captains and supervisors.
  • Assist in generating division specific information for monthly safety meetings.
  • Attended daily safety meetings and conducted weekly audit inspections.
  • Facilitated, trained and delegated tailgate safety meetings.
  • Distributed spreadsheet through monthly safety meetings and minutes and posted on Safety Corner Board for all personnel to look at.
  • Conduct Safety meetings inspections, conduct accident investigations, inspect equipment, conduct OSHA 10 an 30 classes if needed.
  • Conduct safety meetings, orientations along with training to assure employees understand the hazards associated with scope of work.
  • Planned, customized, and conducted safety training as well as led and participated in safety meetings.
  • Conduct inspections, emergency response drills, provide safety training and facilitate employee monthly safety meetings.
  • Prepare and provide weekly safety meetings for all crews including catering staff.
  • Conduct tower safety meetings and review JSA's.
  • Conduct weekly safety meetings for the work group.
  • Conduct safety meetings and annual refresher training.
  • Organize and conduct monthly safety meetings.
  • Assist with daily safety meetings.
  • Reprisented the region at safety meetings for the business.
  • Conduct weekly Safety Meetings for Kakivik and client staff.
  • Worked closely with "Check 6" through BP on developing interactive informative safety meetings for crews on a weekly basis.

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8. Corrective Action

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Here's how Corrective Action is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted formal investigations of accidents and near misses to identify cause and generate interim and long-term corrective actions.
  • Conduct investigation of incidents to determine root cause and follow-up with corrective actions and preventative measure.
  • Conducted investigations, developed and implemented corrective actions for incidents and accidents that occur on site.
  • Lead the investigation of incidents and accidents and identifying corrective actions and injury reduction.
  • Investigate mishaps to identify causal factors and recommend corrective actions to prevent mishap recurrence.
  • Conduct employee accident investigations and provide root cause analysis and corrective action solutions.
  • Conducted weekly safety and environmental audits; developed corrective action plans as necessary.
  • Received, reviewed and distributed safety inspection reports with recommended corrective actions.
  • Review accident statistical reports to focus efforts on injury trend and corrective actions
  • Perform accident investigation and corrective action.
  • Review & record deficiencies, ensure proper Risk Assessment Codes have been assigned, issue letters for corrective actions.
  • Investigated, evaluated and reviewed incident reports and near misses while identifying root causes to determine corrective actions.
  • Conduct mishap investigations, identify causes, trends, and recommend corrective action to prevent recurrence.
  • Work with affected employees and managers to create corrective action plans to eliminate the hazard.
  • Performed compliance and safe work audits while implementing corrective action plans through closure.
  • Identify opportunities, assist store teams in determining root cause and corrective actions.
  • Manage accident investigations including reporting, root cause, corrective actions.
  • Closed Corrective Action Program assignments using SAP and Action Way.
  • Return overpayments when detected and implement a corrective action plan.
  • Compiled NASA mishap reports, record of injury, and corrective actions taken to prevent reoccurrence.

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9. Incident Investigations

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Here's how Incident Investigations is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Participated in safety audits, leadership training, incident investigations and writing company policies.
  • Certified facilitator for Level 3 Incident Investigations and facilitated top level investigation teams.
  • Participated in field audits, behavioral based safety programs and site incident investigations.
  • Assisted in incident investigations and developed recommendations to create more effective safeguards.
  • Facilitate and actively participates in environmental and safety incident investigations.
  • Conduct and facilitate incident investigations and associated root cause analyses.
  • Performed safety audits and conducted incident investigations as needed.
  • Conduct incident investigations and manage follow up actions required.
  • Assist with incident investigations and provide corrective actions.
  • Responded to and performed accident and incident investigations.
  • Conduct Incident Investigations for Integrity Associates.
  • Perform root-cause analysis of incident investigations.
  • Assist in incident investigations to identify causes and determine how similar incidents might be prevented in the future.
  • Conduct and oversee incident investigations for accidents, incidents, and near misses.
  • Conduct incident investigations for all incidents on site.
  • Facilitate or participates in incident investigations and near miss reporting and respond to all jobsite emergencies.
  • Completed numerous incident investigations by determining the root cause analysis Conducted various forms of safety training for employee, i.e.
  • Perform accident/incident investigations and write RCAs (Root Cause Analysis's).
  • Assist Managers and Supervisors with conducting accident/incident investigations to determine the "root cause" analysis of the incident.
  • Perform Accident/Incident Investigations - Including Root Cause Analysis Current OSHA 30 HR Current TWIC card Certified 40 HR HAZWOPER trainer.

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10. Space Entry

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Here's how Space Entry is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Performed atmospheric testing, monitored confined space entry's observed and correct potential safety hazards within industrial workplace environments.
  • Confined space entry was an almost ubiquitous part of these operations requiring critical oversight.
  • Developed specific safety plans Confined Space Entry, Hazard Communication program for General Motors.
  • Performed atmospheric testing for permit required confined space entry.
  • Confined space entry into inert atmosphere during catalyst operations.
  • Performed Industrial Hygiene monitoring for confined space entry.
  • Ensured proper permit is on site and signed by all appropriate personnel (hot work, confined space entry etc.)
  • Job Hazard Analysis conducted daily; managed the Confined Space Entry and Respiratory Protection and Employee Incentives programs.
  • Trained competent person in Scaffolding, Trenching and Excavation, Fall Protection and Confined Space Entry.
  • Conducted confined space entry (gas free engineer), AHERA - asbestos inspector for abatement.
  • Established emergency response confined space entry rescue teams, including training, written procedures and drills.
  • Conducted industrial hygiene field monitoring including hot work, and confined space entry permitting.
  • Issued confined space entry and hot work permits; performed compliance inspections.
  • Initiate JSA, hot work permits, and confined space entry permits.
  • Write daily work permits & confined space entry permits; 2.
  • Authorized and issued permits for hot work and confined space entry.
  • Organized and implemented rescue plans for confined space entry jobs.
  • Complete Confined Space Entry and Hot Work permit.
  • Updated / prepared confined space entry procedure.
  • Review all Confined Space Entry Permits.

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11. Safety Audits

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Here's how Safety Audits is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted periodic and unscheduled assistance visits, standard Army safety and occupational health audits and other technical safety audits.
  • Conducted stringent evaluations and performed food safety audits at assigned retail and wholesale clients.
  • Assist and/or conduct safety audits and evaluations of contractor activities.
  • Perform Corporate Safety Audits throughout Phelps Dodge Corporation.
  • Perform Environmental and Safety audits.
  • Team member in safety audits with other U.S. Steel Corporate facilities (including European Operations).
  • Prepare clients for safety audits and assisting with OSHA regulatory education, assessments and program development.
  • Performed compliance inspections and safety audits in collaboration with OSHA, BWC and independent consultants.
  • Conduct safety meetings, perform field safety audits, and review of work permits/JSA's.
  • Perform, document and share written daily safety audits with contractors and NUMMI Engineers.
  • Conducted safety audits and inspections to ensure compliance with safety regulations and plant rules.
  • Interacted daily with associates through training classes and routine safety audits.
  • Conducted Safety Audits of processes, procedures, and facilities.
  • Conducted safety audits and inspections on a daily basis.
  • Conduct daily, weekly, and monthly safety audits.
  • Lead safety team in monthly store-wide safety audits.
  • Conducted safety audits and inspected facilities within Mine operations ensuring a safe working environment and compliance with regulatory laws.
  • Certified ISO 14001 Safety Audits * Certified ISO 9000 internal auditor.
  • Complete safety audits of the jobsite and employees.
  • Develop Safety Policies and Procedures specific to MESA operations Perform field level/internal safety audits Review and audit D.O.T.

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12. Safety Inspections

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Here's how Safety Inspections is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Work as a safety specialist includes ensuring staff are following safety rules and completing safety inspections/audit to policy compliance.
  • Represented management during safety inspections of the job site by regulatory authorities or company insurance carriers.
  • Conducted safety training, safety inspections, accident investigations, root cause analysis and regulatory reporting.
  • Conducted safety inspections of laboratories and buildings to identify potential risks or hazards.
  • Conduct safety inspections/assessments of base facilities and operations; prepare written evaluation reports.
  • Conducted monthly safety inspections including fire extinguisher inspections and to ensure OSHA compliance.
  • Perform Restaurants, hotels, warehouses, sanitation workplace food safety inspections/audits
  • Conduct on-site safety inspections and report violations.
  • Investigated accidents and conducted periodic safety inspections.
  • Assisted in construction safety inspections during facility's expansion to hold contractors accountable for 29 CFR 1926 compliance.
  • Worked with OSHA to implement safety inspections and created a light duty program.
  • Performed safety inspections of the work site and communicated findings to management.
  • Conduct safety inspections Provide training and new hire Orientation.
  • Perform facility safety inspections to ensure OSHA compliance.
  • Conduct safety inspections of equipment and tools.
  • Conducted 32 safety inspections in the workplace.
  • Perform monthly safety inspections and audits.
  • Perform safety inspections, prepare incident investigation reports of findings, and offer recommendations for corrective actions or preventive measures.
  • Managed the Boardwalk Project to include all safety inspections for Boardwalk Pipeline Partners on 350 miles of 42 natural gas pipeline.
  • Key Accomplishments: Completed safety inspections and audits on weekly/monthly basis across two regions.

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13. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Consolidated various hazardous materials used throughout the installation to a central location, additionally minimized on hand inventory by %25.
  • Aided in the development of training materials, delivered safety training for laboratory, hazardous materials handling and environmental compliance programs.
  • Provided technical support for operating shifts and determined PPE for chemical agent and other hazardous materials.
  • Trained in the Department of Transportation's Hazardous Materials Management regulation and training.
  • Have completed all required Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration courses.
  • Monitored employees for exposure to hazardous materials.
  • Coordinated with OSH professionals on the identification, evaluation and control of hazardous materials, waste disposal, and recycle programs.
  • Implemented shipping and receiving requirements to include material safety sheets with all hazardous materials coming in or going out.
  • Created Material Safety Data Sheet's for in house materials and maintained full inventory of all hazardous materials.
  • Monitored established policies and procedures for the safe use and control of hazardous materials and occupational hazards.
  • Company was also a contractor in industrial cleaning of hazardous materials in process vessels and tanks.
  • Respond to emergency situations including hazardous materials, medical, fire and smoke incidents.
  • Chair for the RHYTHM committee (Remember how you treat hazardous materials).
  • Coordinate outside contacts and manages the Hazardous Materials Program and OSHA compliance.
  • Identified, removed, packed, transported, and disposed hazardous materials.
  • Supervised the Hazardous Materials, Waste, and Pollution Prevention Programs.
  • Designed a hazardous materials inventory protocol and completed the Business Plan for Hospital and Numerous outlying facilities.
  • Created the safety identification system for all of the hazardous materials in the company to reduce and prevent safety issues.
  • Assisted in the Hazardous Materials and project hazardous materials collection, handling, and storage activities.
  • Offer support in the trainings project about Safety and Hazardous Materials in an Emergency Response.

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14. Job Safety Analysis

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Here's how Job Safety Analysis is used in Safety Specialist jobs:
  • Reviewed Job Safety Analysis to ensure adherence to proper procedures and collectively worked with supervisors to correct any known hazards.
  • Conducted job safety analysis, hazard analysis, & accident investigation when needed.
  • Demonstrated and conducted daily safety inspections, daily job safety analysis.
  • Performed ergonomic assessments and Job Safety Analysis for equipment and facilities.
  • Established Job Safety Analysis's for job-specific and site-specific tasks.
  • Provided oversight of Job Safety Analysis (JSA), identifying job steps, potential hazards & mitigating actions.
  • Job Safety Analysis was performed for each task to evaluating specific job hazards and proper work practices.
  • Prepared and reviewed job safety analysis (JSA) and job hazard analysis (JHA) reports.
  • Created Job Safety Analysis sheets for each piece of machinery used in the Industrial Technology building.
  • Conducted Job Safety Analysis (JSA) meetings with crews prior to start of work activities.
  • Coached rig crew and contractors on Job Safety Analysis and Job Hazard Analysis development.
  • Completed Job Safety Analysis for all jobs, in close collaboration with relevant departments.
  • Conduct job safety analysis (JSA) for all processes.
  • Conducted Job Safety Analysis for assigned work areas, i.e.
  • Assisted in our company's Job Safety Analysis program.
  • Reviewed job safety analysis documents and attended pre-job safety meetings.
  • Identified safety hazards using various tools such as Job Safety Analysis, inspections, audits, and other ad hoc tools.
  • Managed behavior based safety, risk assessments and developed JSA (Job Safety Analysis).
  • Job Safety Analysis Knowledge and implementation of OSHA and MMS regulations.
  • Hold safety meetings, pre-job safety meetings and job safety analysis.

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15. Safety Data

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  • Maintain business partner relationships including routine data exchange and reconciliation and Safety Data Exchange Agreements.
  • Provide support in administering safety programs and establish/maintain the safety databases.
  • Performed data migration validation/review and reconciliation of clinical and safety databases.
  • Contribute to the improvement of electronic safety database and filing system.
  • Managed PureSafety database for all Downstream operations.
  • Coordinated safety database activities for assigned projects.
  • Managed radiation safety database to maintain inventory, storage and release of organic, aqueous, and dry radioactive waste.
  • Entered and verified all data fields in safety database/ endpoint system, or sponsor database as appropriate.
  • Interacted with Data Management and sites as required to resolve discrepancies between the clinical and safety database.
  • Developed a new process for compiling trending safety data saving USA ~$8,000 per year.
  • Compile health and safety data for a monthly regulatory publication to a global audience.
  • Performed Inform and the Phase4ward (live data) training for these safety databases.
  • Prepare adverse event report in the electronic safety database for review.
  • Ensured compliance with Safety Data Exchange Agreements.
  • Assist Medical Operations Leader in the development of safety management plans, safety database setup, and data entry guidelines.
  • Assist in running ad hoc reports from the client safety database to support client or regulatory health authority queries.
  • Performed data entry into Argus, Clintrace, Clinical AERS and Oracle safety databases.
  • Lead trainer for workflow process in Argus Safety Databases for new hires.
  • Implemented an integrated safety database for the safety break through cancer pain medication "ACTIQ".
  • Maintained "Material Safety Data Sheet" system for chemicals on site.

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16. Site Safety

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  • Developed a site based observation project focused on improving site safety, regulatory compliance and employee feedback.
  • Reviewed and audited site safety program to ensure it is communicated and training is conducted effectively.
  • Conducted construction site safety observations and instructed co-employees on common construction safety hazards.
  • Participate in periodic Site Safety & Environmental Audit/Inspection.
  • Maintain site safety performance records and reports to management
  • Acted as the On-Scene Site Safety Officer on the Operating Center's Incident Management Team (IMT) during emergency responses.
  • Observed company personnel to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and local safety standards, including site safety procedures.
  • Provided oversight and site safety supervision on a variety of job sites for different clients as needed.
  • Conducted daily site safety audits, and issued confined space and hot work permits as needed.
  • Perform twenty-six site safety inspections ensuring the workplace areas are within OSHA's Safety Codes.
  • Performed site safety evaluations on a daily basis, and issued confined space permits.
  • Manage site safety statistics while supporting the site in all safety related activities.
  • Coordinate and support site safety activities for the project/client customer.
  • Assisted and participates in site safety training.
  • Organized job site safety meetings.
  • Provided onsite safety In west Texas on oil wells as well and oil refinery's.
  • Conduct accident investigations, onsite safety training (list of topics available upon request).
  • Provide onsite Safety support for both the GKA/GAA and Cook Inlet Business Units.
  • Well site supervisor * Inspection of all equipment for site safety purposes * H2S Instructor Training Certified
  • Transferred back to full time Safety Department position in 1994 Site Safety Specialist/Paramedic/Fire and Rescue.

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  • Coordinated developed, implemented, and evaluated EHS related education and training.
  • Identified and resolved EHS issues concerning major (50MM-100MM USD) projects of industrial tonnage gas plants throughout North/South America.
  • Coordinated the reduction / consolidation of over 100 Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) policies and procedures.
  • Led the N&TS IH technical committee in developing and implementing new EHS programs and strategies.
  • Provide EHS guidance and support to a large manufacturing company with multiple locations throughout the Midwest.
  • Provide EHS training and hazardous waste services for internal personnel and external clients.
  • Developed and/or taught over 10 EHS training courses for the 7000+ employee campus.
  • Provide leadership to formation and sustained performance of action oriented EHS committees.
  • Assist Safety director and EHS Director with any and all projects.
  • Developed EHS Guidelines and procedures for Stations Contractors / Visitors.
  • Tracked Compliance & Performance Statistical Measures for Corporate EHS Dept.
  • Developed various EHS Training content and delivered to multiple audiences.
  • Develop EHS procedures, guidelines and training programs as assigned.
  • Conduct applicable required EHS training, including New Associate Orientation.
  • Trained co-workers and EHS staff on exposure assessment principles.
  • Developed and refined company EHS policies.
  • Participate in Corporate EHS audits.
  • Led teams on building inspections, facility walkthroughs, chemicals inventories and EHS audits.
  • Maintain all EHS facility compliance and regulatory recordkeeping, including OSHA 300 log.
  • Participated in several companywide initiatives to promote EHS (E.g.

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  • Facilitate company and contract training programs indicative to company needs while developing procedures to ensure applicable training.
  • Conduct specialized safety and environmental training programs to communicate hazard control information.
  • Coordinate internal/external OSHA training programs based on customer need.
  • Develop and implement safety training programs.
  • Maintained traffic safety building, skid car, gravel road truck/course, 2 government vehicles, and other associated training programs.
  • Planned, conducted and evaluated a variety of training programs aimed at Senior Management, Mid-level Management and support personnel.
  • Planned and implemented safety training programs for managers, supervisors and employees that resulted in a successful incident rate reduction.
  • Implemented new techniques and strategies related to training programs and assisted in updating and maintaining existing concepts and principles.
  • Identify required safety training for field staff and partner with Training department to develop and present training programs.
  • Coordinate training efforts with safety directors and product vendor reps. * Develop company offered training programs and classes.
  • Assist in the development of required safety training programs in conjunction with the OHS Mgr.
  • Managed New Hire Training, Forklift, Crown and other equipment training programs.
  • Applied knowledge of EPA regulations and training programs.
  • Drafted safety programs, procedures and training programs.
  • Assisted with employee safety training programs.
  • Developed and implemented written and verbal training programs to employee and contract personnel, awareness of ESOH compliance and HazCom procedures.
  • Instructed general public, staff, and students in good health and safety practices through formal training programs.
  • Developed a 5 day new hire orientation and cold weather stress training programs with 30 day deadline.
  • Lead Ergonomist, conducted equipment buyoffs, development of ergonomic training programs.
  • Audit all jobsites in a 7 state region Develop policies for safety Develop training programs Calendar of required training company wide.

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  • Promoted to Safety Captain of store following self-initiated correction of safety issues, working directly with upper management as administrator.
  • Communicate existing and emerging health and safety issues to management and associates.
  • Review medical literature and identify safety issues and process accordingly.
  • Communicated safety issues and concerns to top management.
  • Provide daily technical/professional guidance and leadership to the university community on a wide range of fire safety issues, as appropriate.
  • Created monthly safety alerts that both educated the company on safety issues and address failures to adhere to policies.
  • Support other campus departments to ensure Department of Public Welfare (DPW) inspections reveal minimal safety issues.
  • Represented Department of the Navy and U.S. Marine Corps on traffic safety and recreational safety issues.
  • Performed numerous presentations and training to employees of all levels regarding health and safety issues.
  • Interacted with all levels of management and served as an internal resource on safety issues.
  • Provide oversight of various range operations regarding safety issues, concerns, etc.
  • Consulted with the Real Estate and Construction department on contractor safety issues.
  • Tackle safety issues and help identify solutions as a Safety Team member
  • Respond to safety issues as directed by the OHS Manager.
  • Respond to emergency safety issues.
  • Trained employees on Safety issues.
  • Attended daily meeting to review and ensure radiological and safety issues were considered during prioritization.
  • Participated in pre-construction meetings and addressed safety issues on each project.
  • Oversee all General and Sub Contractor Safety Issues Inspect; audit all GC construction sites for OSHA and Toyota Compliance.
  • Conduct OSHA compliance and company safety audits Supervise efforts to solve safety issues, implement the corrections and improve effectiveness.

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20. Occupational Safety

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  • Provided advice on specific operations and assisted in resolving technical matters with occupational safety and health requirements.
  • Provide expert consultation to labs in areas of regulatory compliance, occupational safety, and environmental stewardship.
  • Worked with varying agencies to resolve technical matters dealing directly with occupational safety and health requirements.
  • Reduced occupational safety risks by teaching assertiveness, communication, change management, & leadership.
  • Advised key players on technical matters dealing directly with occupational safety and health requirements.
  • Evaluated employee concerns regarding occupational safety and health issues.
  • Performed Occupational Safety and Industrial Hygiene Specialist duties.
  • Conduct occupational safety compliance courses to various industries.
  • Provide safety consultation to all levels, review and research Air Force, DoD, Occupational Safety and Health, etc.
  • Adhere and implement Naval Occupational Safety and Health Administration program, to ensure a safe and healthful workplace for all personnel.
  • Manage the Occupational Safety and Health Program by ensuring 150 personnel received yearly Hearing and Sight testing.
  • Represent CHP on BP's Occupational Safety Continuous Improvement Forum (CIF).
  • Trained staff in various occupational safety programs in the heavy steel fabricating industry.
  • Assisted in the preparation of occupational safety lesson plans and training programs.
  • Enforce California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal-OSHA) Regulations.
  • Briefed Leadership on Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental standing.
  • Managed the occupational safety and health program.
  • Performed periodic inspection and evaluations to determine compliance with appropriate occupational safety and health regulations.
  • Key Duties: Leads development and implementation efforts of the Occupational Safety program's OSHA based compliance training.
  • Facilitate comprehensive personal protective equipment assessments & trainings Identify occupational safety hazards utilizing multiple OSHA/MSHA certifications.

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  • Conducted safety and health inspections of research facilities, provided written feedback and results to researchers and departmental representatives.
  • Prepared safety education materials, performed inspections of all base facilities and reviewed training plans.
  • Prepare comprehensive recommendations for correction action to eliminate or minimize potential hazards.
  • Investigate incidents and assist associates in preparing incidents report form.
  • Prepared, implemented and supervised safety procedures.
  • Trouble shot and corrected process or product quality problems and/or created shop work orders for repairs needed.
  • Collected, classified and stored hazardous waste from laboratories inside our storage facilities per EPA regulations.
  • Work with the HSE Department to develop and/or review Safety guidelines, procedures, and techniques.
  • Investigated ground mishaps to determine root causes and prepared reports and mishap trend analysis.
  • Developed the department s first autoclave safety policy for use in research facilities.
  • Prepared annually 100 routine case files documenting all hazards in detail.
  • Mentored fellow Associates to implement their Department's Goals and strategies.
  • Prepare detailed reports of audits and oversee corrective action.
  • Participated on the department s emergency response team.
  • Conduct site audits of food preparation sanitation.
  • Prepared VPP OSHA Star Site Initial and Recertification successful programs and Safety, Health and Environmental Training.
  • Collaborate with the Human Resources Department for compliance with post-accident and pre-employment drug and alcohol testing policies.
  • Ensured a safe environment by keeping the aquatics area up to Marion County Health Department standards.
  • Served as onsite representative for the safety department.
  • Act as replacement coordinator for parasiticides products Prepared adverse event trending reports pertaining to specific products.

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22. Personal Protective Equipment

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  • Perform and record inspections of personal protective equipment, site safety audits, vehicles/powered equipment, and facility maintenance.
  • Targeted, controlled and/or eliminated occupational hazards through engineering, administrative controls and personal protective equipment measures.
  • Selected and ordered new training resources, personal protective equipment and ergonomic materials.
  • Purchased and distributed safety equipment and supplies and personal protective equipment.
  • Perform Personal Protective Equipment assessment.
  • Inspected and maintained all crew Personal Protective Equipment, life saving equipment, lanyards, harnesses, and all lift rigging.
  • Automated personal protective equipment distribution, tracking, and re-use, resulting in a company savings of over $60,000.
  • Attend appointments with customers in order to sale first-aid products, training, promote and provide proper personal protective equipment.
  • Advised organizations on engineering controls and personal protective equipment to protect workforce from hazards, such as noise, mold.
  • Negotiate contracts and purchase of occupational medicine health services, personal protective equipment, tools, and rental vehicles.
  • Issued safety PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and monitored safety first work practices.
  • Observe personnel on rig floor, inspecting all Personal Protective Equipment and lifting equipment.
  • Determined appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for hazardous environments.
  • Present on Personal Protective Equipment in the workplace and at home.
  • Enforced proper Personal Protective Equipment while employees performing their tasks.
  • Implemented the use of protective clothing and personal protective equipment.
  • Evaluated personal protective equipment (PPE) and other systems.
  • Inventory, maintain, and issue Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Conduct Personal Protective Equipment(PPE) training.
  • Conduct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) evaluation; gas hazard and awareness training; and onsite facility audits.

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23. Risk Assessments

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  • Identified potential areas of vulnerability by conducting risk assessments for 17 power generation facilities.
  • Prevented potential workplace safety hazards by conducting routine inspections, IH monitoring, data analyses, risk assessments, and training.
  • Advise and assist in the Risk Management processes to include risk assessments as needed with units and other organizations on installation.
  • Conducted risk assessments and audits related to associates' job performance and new equipment introductions for the center.
  • Carried out job hazard analysis and risk assessments of facility, processes, equipment and work methods.
  • Conduct risk assessments related to jobs performed (Job Hazard Analysis) and new equipment introductions.
  • Lead and participate in incident investigations, root cause analyses, risk assessments and process hazard analyses
  • Conducted risk assessments for upcoming work and provides technical assistance to the safety planning process.
  • Perform hazard/risk assessments for non-routine tasks that are going to be performed as needed.
  • Perform hazard analysis, risk assessments, workstation evaluations, facility inspections and audits.
  • Reviewed risk assessments for all exercises, weapons live fire and unit operations.
  • Risk assessments and risk predictions have been a big priority since starting here.
  • Conduct risk assessments Track daily, monthly, and annual safety metrics.
  • Conduct risk assessments, safety audits, and inspections.
  • Perform risk assessments on various industrial job tasks.
  • Perform hazard analyses and risk assessments.
  • Conduct risk assessments for all jobs.
  • Conducted formal risk assessments for major tasks including haul truck rebuilds, dozer rebuilds, and coal plant hopper liner replacements.
  • Provide Toxicological human safety risk assessments on current and pre-market products for a Fortune 500 client.
  • Conducted risk assessments for the qualification of new products, equipments and processes.

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  • Worked to foster a culture on the location supporting not taking shortcuts, exceptions nor excuses or complacency for HSE.
  • Worked closely with the OC Leadership Team and HSE Team to evaluate potential remedial actions and assist with action implementation.
  • Lead HSE Safety Specialist responsible for Module Assembly Building - Worked with management to bring injury rate to 0.0.
  • Participated in periodic reviews and audits of approved contractors to ensure HSE expectations are well understood and being followed.
  • Ensured BP HSE training requirements and programs were understood, and that the necessary annual training was completed.
  • Worked closely with BP and Contractor Drilling and Wells teams to develop and implement an HSE improvement programs.
  • Monitor contractor performance relative to regulatory standards, as well as policies, HSE processes and procedures.
  • Conducted HSE audits and review implementation of Drilling and Well Operations and HSE policies and systems.
  • Conducted HSE hazard risk assessments in petrochemical process plants, pipeline, and on drilling rigs.
  • Worked directly with the HSE side and logistics contracts to enforce DOT and Shell compliance.
  • Coached the OC Leadership Team and the Drilling and Wells team regarding matters of HSE.
  • Collaborated with the other HSE professionals in the OC to lead and/or coordinate HSE meetings.
  • Led RB Bahrain at the Engineering Excellence & HSE Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands,
  • Completed initial HSE performance evaluations and audits prior to bringing new contractors to work.
  • Developed training matrix used refinery wide to train new operators and HSE personnel.
  • Provided general guidance to contractor HSE representatives and the workforce in the field.
  • Assisted in the delivery of BP Corporate and Asset HSE goals and objectives.
  • Chair Weekly HSE Meetings with Contractors.
  • Audit HSE program and site conditions.
  • Facilitate JHSC meetings, plant HSE inspections, track & close open issues Complete HSE risk assessments for routine/non routine work.

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  • Completed FDA approved standardization training and evaluations.
  • Executed special database queries to prepare additional reports required by FDA for inclusion in US periodic safety report submissions.
  • Reviewed data line listings to ensure accurate information for establishment of UID as directed by the FDA.
  • Used Track- it to track and assure global adverse event forms were properly submitted to FDA.
  • Conduct unannounced Food Protection and Safety Audits in direct compliance with the FDA Model Food Code.
  • Assured that follow-up of medical event reports; authored annual Periodic Safety Reports sent to FDA.
  • Review and analyze AE and PQC narratives, and submit claims to FDA if necessary.
  • Create appropriate case narratives wherever necessary and prepare the Safety Reports for FDA submission.
  • Obtain detailed knowledge of FDA, EMEA and other regulatory authority regulations.
  • Maintained and managed the recall process within FDA regulations.
  • Generated and approved MedWatch for submission to FDA.
  • Maintain compliance per regulations of the FDA.
  • Processed data in FDA usable format.
  • Forward cases to FDA, as well as managed all fillings of NDA, IND etc.
  • Completed FEMA course training, FDA and state.
  • Track AE and PQC reports and ensure they are submitted within the specific timelines per FDA/ company/client Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Possessed full knowledge in FDA, ICH, CIOMS, and Volume 9A requirements for Pharmacovigilance.
  • Prepared Safety Assessments & IND Safety Reports on behalf of DAIDS' physicians for FDA submission.
  • Maintained knowledge and understanding of PPD and client-provided SOPs and current FDA regulations.
  • Completed and submitted regulatory reports within the timeframes mandated by the FDA.

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  • Conduct and correlate Prototype Fabrication Division safety compliance audit findings with Honda Research American and Honda America Manufacturing.
  • Assist in the development and support internal safety compliance controls encompassing management and functional responsibilities.
  • Coordinated and facilitated yearly safety compliance training for clients ensuring OSHA compliance.
  • Performed Safety Compliance Audits against Corporate Standards and Regulatory Standards.
  • Audited projects for safety compliance and provided contractor oversight.
  • Implemented supervisory training skills related to safety compliance.
  • Conducted special inspections in order to assure the areas and facilities were within Environmental, Health and Safety Compliance.
  • Develop and maintain a functional understanding of pertinent OSHA regulations and ANSI standards in relation to associate safety compliance.
  • Partnered with USACE in safety compliance, audits, inspection and weekly meeting for a safe job site.
  • Assisted Occupational Safety and Health Manager in maintaining a high standard of safety compliance, philosophy and culture.
  • Schedule monthly safety audits to eliminate hazardous conditions and to ensure safety compliance on all construction sites.
  • Conducted safety compliance programs that included noise, dust and mine gas monitoring, M.S.H.A.
  • Provided safety compliance information to personnel, subcontractors, management and clients as needed.
  • Guided customers in the development of safer working environments and safety compliance.
  • Performed safety compliance training, and all industrial hygiene monitoring.
  • Handle all Employee Benefits, Workers Compensation and Safety Compliance.
  • Provided safety compliance support to RAB, DAIDS, NIAID.
  • Track daily safety compliance of material handling equipment.
  • Assist the Safety Compliance Specialist in daily paperwork.
  • Conducted safety compliance training for over 2000 personnel.

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  • Perform Food Safety and Sanitation Audits in retail grocery stores throughout Northern California.
  • Prepare and execute educational food safety presentations.
  • Handle issues or problems that have been identified by the monthly food safety auditing or designated quality assurance personnel.
  • Research, analyze and draft technical (food safety and regulatory) documents/reports in response to client needs.
  • Monitor CCP Checks, code dates, food safety and GMP policies are being implemented.
  • Trained employees and presented to managers and staff accordingly to assure food safety and quality.
  • Motivate foremen and staff to comply as best as possible with their food safety practices.
  • Assisted in annual 3rd party audits including Global Food Safety Initiative Audit and FDA Audit.
  • Created and implemented internal food safety state of practice programs as well as seafood HACCP.
  • Create and conduct plant-wide training on food safety topics such as GMP's and HACCP.
  • Worked with our vendors to assure adherence to our Food Safety Standards and Expectations.
  • Provided food safety and crisis management support for all field teams and restaurants.
  • Provide assistance to the Food Safety Manager in the Quality Assurance Programs.
  • Provide guidance to quality assurance committee personnel with food safety briefings.
  • Composed written reports and records of food safety and sanitation deficiencies.
  • Educate and Train client employees on food safety practices.
  • Educated in Food Safety in a grocery establishment.
  • Educate clients on food safety practices.
  • Conduct food safety training for clients and work with them to adapt to important food safety guidelines and principles.
  • Develop, administer, and implement companywide food safety programs for Publix Supermarkets.

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  • Perform quality control/assurance reviews of individual domestic adverse event reports following data entry.
  • Contribute toward team efforts in creating and periodically updating the ArisG data entry & conventions manual for Adverse Event reporting.
  • Performed data entry, coding of adverse events, and narrative preparation for periodic reporting and FDA submission.
  • Mentor team members on data entry, review, proper documentation, related literature, and drawing conclusions.
  • Performed quality assurance for other team member's data entry, documentation creation and generated queries.
  • Completed data entry of adverse event reports into database (currently web-based ClinTrace Version 4.1).
  • Utilize specific software daily for customer maintenance, arranging service calls and overall data entry.
  • Registered cases utilizing basic data entry skills and assigned new cases an MFR/AER number.
  • Assist case registration/ data entry (registration/entry of serious cases) when needed.
  • Assisted in data entry of backlog cases into Argus database and performed QC responsibilities
  • Front desk work, answer phones, patient intake, data entry.
  • Perform data entry and analysis to track HES Stats.
  • Experience in Narrative writing, data entry and tracking.
  • Key Achievements: Leading role in processing complex international cases, requiring meticulous attention to detail and data entry.
  • Worked directly with nurses and county officials to plan and implement trainings, clinic schedules, and data entry.
  • Created valid and invalid cases based on the reportability of literature articles and performed the basic data entry.
  • Executed complete data entry for the cases and concluded it well before the regulatory timelines for CIOMS generation.
  • Direct data entry of reports into SAVES (Sandoz Adverse Event Monitoring System).
  • Developed, maintained and expanded medical/scientific andregulatory knowledge required to support drug safety activities Data entry and maintenance of databases.
  • Performed data entry review for safety data entered into sponsor database following client SOPs.

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  • Aided the Safety Specialist in inspection of campus buildings and prepared facility safety reports.
  • Participated in preparing safety reports and maintained clinical databases for phases of clinical trials.
  • Selected and managed safety reps throughout duration of projects and reviewed daily safety reports.
  • Generated safety reports, label updates, and other regulatory documents.
  • Manage company safety reports and communicating district claim trends.
  • Created safety reports to assist linemen in reducing accidents.
  • Prepare required safety reports summarizing on-site inspections.
  • Assisted in the preparation of NDA Safety Updates, IND safety reports, investigator communications, and other reports as necessary.
  • Determined critical queries for missing, discrepant, or additional source document needed for safety reports.
  • Booked and processed the case safety reports from clinical trials, including initial and follow-up reports.
  • Prepare monthly safety reports to determine safety rating and cost of injuries to promote improvement.
  • Develop and produce daily, weekly and monthly Health and Safety reports.
  • Provide most conservative risk values for Integrated Human Safety Reports.
  • Ensured any expedited safety reports are notified to applicable Regulatory Authorities, Ethics Committees and Principal Investigators within regulatory timelines.
  • Completed data entry of individual case safety reports (ICSRs) from clinical trials and post marketing sources utilizing ARGUS.
  • Data-entered the information from the case safety reports onto the ARISg Safety database.
  • Managed the triage of safety reports received into central Drug Safety inbox.
  • Prepare NDA Periodic Safety Reports for all Sandoz prescription and OTC products.
  • Experienced in coding of AEs using MedDRA and providing medical review of case safety reports (ICSRs).
  • Maintain filing system integrity for report hardcopy and prepare standard and ad hoc safety reports as required.

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  • Worked within a team environment to effectively develop strategic priorities, safety management system development, reviews and implementation.
  • Developed and maintained safety related software database management systems.
  • Maintain environmental management system and safety network requirements.
  • Perform routine rig inspections and audits to verify compliance with safety management system and report findings to proper level of management.
  • Provide oversight of the integrated management system, meets the needs of the company and the requirements of industry standards.
  • Implemented a 3rd party Compliance Management System for the Organizations Branch locations to complete various annual inspections and surveys.
  • Champion the continuous improvement of the food safety management system as HACCP Team Leader.
  • Process Safety Management systems (PSM) lead and auditor for all 14 competencies.
  • Oversee the Enterprise Safety Applications Management System (ESAMS) program for PMRF.
  • Assisted with the creation of site specific EHS Management System for the plant.
  • Maintained patient care and reporting within Incident Management System (IMS).
  • Recommend improvements to Executive and HES Management System (OHSAS 18001).
  • Assist in the development and implementation of HS&E management system.
  • Enter Safety date in Safety Management System on a timely basis.
  • Support the development and maintenance of the EHS Management System.
  • Evaluated and mentored employee ergonomics during job functions Mentored performance management systems and safety and recreation programs.
  • Provide guidance for industrial wastewater, Environmental Management System, and ISO 14001 certification as site Environmental Manager.
  • Led a team to implement the Rio Tinto HSEQ Management System for the business unit.
  • Implemented Software Management System for tracking investigations, action items, PHAs and Audits.
  • Instruct offshore personnel on the use of company document management systems (i.e.

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  • Perform safety and NFPA inspections/hazard identification and elimination.
  • Assured safety of workers by close observations via Operating Process Safety Management, Management of change, NFPA 70-E compliance.
  • Audited for compliance with all standards, codes and regulations including AFOSH, AFI, EPA, and NFPA.
  • Provide guidance to plant personnel as related to all OSHA, DOT, EPA, and NFPA safety codes.
  • Monitored subcontractors and enforced compliance with PC safety policies and OSHA, NFPA, EPA and other safety regulations.
  • Trained personnel in the proper care and maintenance of life safety equipment under OSHA and NFPA guidelines.
  • Implemented NFPA 70e (Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace) at the Medical Center.
  • Provide electrical safety compliance in accordance with NFPA 70, NFPA70E, 29CFR1910,29CFR1926, and 10CFR851.
  • Search OSHA, NFPA, DPW and ICC code updates for potential impact to Woods operations
  • Applied OSHA standards and NFPA Life Safety Code to existing and new construction projects.
  • Obtained & held certification standard within the company, and NFPA 10 and MSHA.
  • Keep up to date on current OSHA and NFPA/NEC guidelines.
  • Facilitated various levels of NFPA 70E training throughout the site.
  • Coordinated NFPA 72 Alarm Code training for North America/European sites.
  • Work with clients to ensure compliance with OSHA, NFPA, DOT, & MSHA standards in their organization.
  • Interpreted safety regulations (OSHA, EPA, NFPA, ANSI, NEC, etc.)
  • Adhere to OSHA, NEC and NFPA 70E regulations as minimum.
  • Ensured compliance with OSHA, NFPA, and EPA regulations.
  • Initiated corporate response to NFPA 70E, and Hexavalent Chromium exposures.
  • Inspect Extinguishers * Hydro Test Cylinders * Hose Test to NFPA requirements

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  • Developed a safety incentive program to encourage use of personal protective equipment and to foster a group-minded safety culture.
  • Improved the safety culture and increased customer safety awareness by managing the employee and customer safety communications function.
  • Implement and manage various safety programs to promote a behavior-based safety culture.
  • Utilize behavior based safety to improve facility safety culture.
  • Developed zero incident safety culture through increased company growth.
  • Enhance continuous relationship with lead WMSO and well site managers to help improve area data and safety cultures to the crews.
  • Implement services that are designed to promote safety culture in the workplace through training, compliance auditing and process review.
  • Create food safety culture within local Hispanic community and increase level of trust between community and Columbus Public Health.
  • Promoted and conducted Safety Culture Training detailing JACOBS values and site specific goals of promoting a Beyond Zero culture.
  • Lowered accident/incident rate by infusing a positive safety culture of Zero Incidents & Injuries driven from management down.
  • Managed programs and provided internal and external customer support while developing a safety culture at the Port.
  • Work with contractors to champion, improve safety culture awareness, behavior, and safety performance.
  • Shaped safety leadership of contractor base (300+) with exposure to Shell's safety culture.
  • Worked with Culture Change Consultants to bring about a shift in safety culture at TABC.
  • Work with Human Resources to maintain positive employee relations to increase company Safety Culture.
  • Instituted department specific inspection process to improve OSHA compliance and safety culture.
  • Facilitate and promote the company's ZERO incident safety culture.
  • Partner with all functional areas management to develop, interpret and monitor fair and consistent application of New Safety Culture.
  • Reduced OSHA Recordable Incident Rate from 4.44 to .94 in less than 2 years by implementing safety culture change.
  • Implement OE processes and standards Build up a safety culture through continuous mentoring and monitoring.

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  • Reviewed departmental laboratory safety plans and laboratory Standard Operating Procedures for compliance and completeness.
  • Developed site specific safety plans given customer requests and safety requirements beyond the companies.
  • Reviewed contractors site-specific safety plans to ensure OSHA and all regulatory compliance.
  • Created actionable safety plans as needed for emergency containment.
  • Reviewed health and safety plans for environmental remediation.
  • Assist in the development of safety plans for use in the EOC during disaster drills after a review of the situation.
  • Developed child safety plans and assessed for safety and risks for children and their families.
  • Evaluated, developed contractors' safety plans and guidelines to ensure consistency with EMDC objectives.
  • Review and provide recommendations to contractor daily safety plans (Job Hazard Analysis).
  • Developed Site-Specific Health and Safety Plans for North Slope work for BPXA and BPRM.
  • Supported the Wyatt and COP Management Safety Plans and Procedures in the field.
  • Created health and safety plans for remediation activities at UST and commercial/industrial site.
  • Review and approve project safety plans, change management activities, training requirements.
  • Assisted in the design and implementation of site safety plans.
  • Created site safety plans and bid packages for multiple projects.
  • Prepare site specific safety plans for special projects.
  • Review and update to safety plans and procedures.
  • Created Family Plans of Service and Safety Plans.
  • Audit subcontractor safety plans and travel to various job sites in the eastern portion of the United States including Puerto Rico.
  • PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Surpassed funding agency requirements by developing the System Safety Plans for MTA's bus and rail systems.

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  • Maintained database of various certifications: hearing, sight, respiratory and CPR for all personnel assigned to air squadron.
  • Spearhead quarterly safety meetings, OSHA Safety Training, Red Cross CPR/FA/AED training, DOT Compliance trucks and log books.
  • Plan and instruct courses in health and safety, including CPR & First Aid, Preventing Disease Transmission, and HIV/AIDS
  • Facilitate training courses and instruct on OSHA, First Aid, CPR, and other safety topics.
  • Scheduled and maintained records on medical surveillance as Fist Aid/CPR, Hearing test, Hepatitis B Vaccines.
  • Updated training in crisis prevention and intervention, CPR, and First Aid.
  • Attended seminars in Global Harmonization, CPR/AED, and Hydrogen Sulfide.
  • Conducted First Aid/CPR classes for Facilities Technicians and Corporate Employees.
  • Certified by the American Heart Association for First Aid/CPR/AED certification.
  • Served as an American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor.
  • Provide assistance in First Aid and CPR as needed.
  • Certified in AED, 1st Aid and CPR.
  • Received certifications in audiometric and pulmonary function testing, CPR, asbestos abatement and the 30 Hour OSHA course.
  • Managed 450 Team Members Administer First Aid / CPR, Generate Workman's Compensation Claims and OSHA logs.
  • Designed and delivered series of classes for team Safety Specialists/leaders, for Emergency Responders, CPR/AED/First Aid.
  • Trained new Corpsmembers in first-aid, CPR, and practical casualty extraction.
  • Act as First Aid Responder (CPR, AED, First Aid certified) for work related issues.
  • Certified in First Aid/CPR/AED * First Aid responder for injuries and illness occurring on worksite.
  • Certified Flagger, Certified CPR.
  • Conducted Safety Training classes, including OSHA classes First Aid/CPR/AED Flagger training.

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35. Msds

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  • Fire extinguishers and tag update, first aid Kits, MSDS stations, eye wash stations, and mechanic facility.
  • Provide updates needed for P&ID s, MSDS, and maintain unit Tier II Chemical Inventory Reports.
  • Maintain reports, JSA's, Industrial Hygiene, MSDS, inspections and on barrier wall dam construction.
  • Implemented web based MSDS program that modernized the process and reduced annual labor hours by one half.
  • Conduct accident investigations, risk assessments and MSDS records updates to meet internal and external compliance requirements.
  • Maintained the MSDS library, conducted MSDS surveys, and distributed appropriate documents to staff.
  • Maintained Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) on chemicals used in the workplace.
  • Assisted in reviewing MSDS's and evaluating chemical exposure risk and job safety hazards.
  • Updated MSDS sheets and ensured compliance with chemical usage safety standards and OSHA requirements.
  • Manage a budget for safety, Manage waste disposal, Maintain MSDS Book.
  • Oversee maintenance of a complete and accurate MSDS file for ready access.
  • Maintained hazard awareness programs on MSDS compliance at all levels & locations.
  • Collect and review MSDS and maintains matters for safety and environmental compliance.
  • Maintain all MSDS files and review all new incoming chemicals and materials.
  • Maintain all MSDS file and inventory of chemicals and supplies.
  • Update MSDS binders, emergency evacuation procedure and maps.
  • Registered chemicals that Indiana State University possessed on MSDS.
  • Update MSDS sheets and keep plant records current.
  • Volunteered to Update MSDS books throughout the facility.
  • Program Manager for the Respirator Program: Evaluates worksites and reviews MSDS for proper respiratory protection.

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36. Meddra

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  • Performed Medical coding using MedDRA and WHO-drug dictionaries Formulated initial reports and managed submission of technical complaints.
  • Write narratives, code medical terms using (MedDRA) database and create regulatory reports using submission criteria.
  • Make sure all EAE terms reported under the IND have been coded accurately and consistently utilizing MedDRA.
  • Reviewed and compiled weekly adverse event line listing for MedDRA coding consistency and signal detection activities.
  • Perform medical coding using MedDRA and WHO-drug dictionaries with relevance to SAE analysis and SAE coding.
  • Enter and review reports with in-house database CAVIAR and code events with use of MedDRA.
  • Code medical terms using standardized medical dictionaries (such as MedDRA).
  • Use of MedDra coding dictionary, query to reporters for essential information.
  • Coded relevant medical terminology using MedDRA and WHO DD.
  • Perform medical coding using MedDRA and WHO drug dictionary.
  • Team resource on MedDRA and WHO Drug Dictionary coding.
  • Provide MedDRA coding for serious adverse events.
  • Code adverse events using MedDRA coding.
  • Utilized data mining strategies and MedDRA to effectively provide adequate pharmacovigilance.
  • Act as Subject Matter Expert (SME) concerning case processing issues Updated company MedDRA coding reference guideline.
  • Enter data and code according to MedDRA and WHODrug in the ARGUS safety database.
  • Assist in coding all then events in MEDDRA and completion of Medwatch forms.
  • Code all AEs in MedDRA.
  • Selected and coded (MedDRA) event terms and assessed expectedness/listedness based on respective company reference documents.
  • Work remotely interfacing with ArisG and Clintrace database, MedDRA and WHODrug coding.

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37. Loto

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  • Reviewed and authorized employees from LOTO Training to be qualify personal to lock out and tag out equipment.
  • Provide training, for the start up of substation and LOTO between existing plant operations and construction tie-ins.
  • Give guidance to terminal operations/contractors regarding LOTO, Elevated Work, Hot Work, and Confined Space.
  • Provide safety training on PIT vehicles, press, cranes, LOTO and all other safety training.
  • Monitored daily CO2 exposure levels and managed hazardous work including LOTO, hot work, confined spaces.
  • Train individuals on specific standards such as LOTO procedures/ Hot Work Operations/Confined space Operations/ etc.
  • Monitor all contract employee JSA's and permits, audit all LOTO boxes and logs.
  • Trained employees over LOTO, powered industrial trucks, safety orientation, etc.
  • Created forms, documents, and signs for Lockheed Martin yearly LOTO audits.
  • Advanced comprehension of LOTO procedures, as well as CFR 1910.269 requirements.
  • Created and implemented LOTO and Energy control program for entire company.
  • Developed and implemented lock-out tag-out (LOTO) program.
  • Review & Revise All Safety Procedures including IIPP, HazCom, LOTO, & PPE.
  • Conduct LOTO, HazCom, Forklift, P.C.S.
  • Participated in companywide LOTO audit.
  • Participated and served as a liaison for contractors on standardizing LOTO procedures and policies for the Westerly WWTP.
  • Developed written LOTO procedures for all equipment producing sources of electric, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic power.
  • Develop LOTO and blinding plans/procedures Perform daily field auditing of personnel and equipment.
  • Instruct all new hire safety orientations, Accident/Incident investigation Training to include LOTO, Confined Space, Roof Access, JSA/TSA.
  • Steel plant .Interact with a diverse workforce to identify best practices with regards to LOTO.

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38. Safety Awareness

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  • Designed and implemented retail safety programs to achieve greater safety awareness, regulatory compliance and operational results.
  • Conducted safety meetings to encourage safety awareness, as well as implement company policies and regulations.
  • Performed safety system audits and increase safety awareness of management and employees.
  • Increase safety awareness through appropriate promotional methods and channels of communication.
  • Developed an observation program, which increased employee safety awareness.
  • Evaluate safety awareness, command preparation, & participation.
  • Conduct safety awareness training and meetings.
  • Increased safety awareness and ammonia safety.
  • Coordinated and organized safety awareness to promote the Zero Accident Culture resulting on higher score on corporate survey vs previous year.
  • Lead Liaison with local social, economic and political groups to promote group safety awareness, goals and business objectives.
  • Organized and supported events and activities which promoted special safety awareness initiatives (seasonal concerns, etc.).
  • Promoted to develop safety program and train staff in safety awareness with focus on decreasing work related injuries.
  • Improved the safety awareness to the facility staff by providing safety training and discussions.
  • Have daily tool box meetings with sub/contractors & provide safety awareness; 3.
  • Conduct Safety Awareness Training and mange transitional work assignments for light duty.
  • Work in conjunction with other Departments/Programs to promote safety awareness; e.g.
  • Stewarded the safety incentive program and the STOP safety awareness program.
  • Assisted in the development of safety awareness video for new hires.
  • Created and presented safety awareness trainings to workforce.
  • Managed Trane's Safety Awareness Program with over 200 employees within a 400,000 sq.

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39. Drug Safety

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  • Interacted with other Drug Safety functional areas for the management of case processing or clarification of global regulatory reporting requirements.
  • Mentored new drug safety personnel on safety reporting regulations & processes.
  • Provide drug safety education to Investigators and Project coordinators.
  • Provided daily administrative support to the Drug Safety department.
  • Perform quality control of drug safety information.
  • Trained and mentored all incoming Drug Safety Specialists with the Specialized Therapeutics team (total of 15).
  • Work with contract drug safety vendors (data management, case processing, call center, etc.)
  • Participated in the biannual updating process of the MedDRA dictionary in the Drug Safety databases.
  • Presented data and medical evaluation with recommendations to Drug Safety Review Committee (DSRC).
  • Collaborated with other colleagues of the drug safety team to address safety concerns.
  • Delegate work to and mentor Drug Safety Associates and Drug Safety Assistants.
  • Liaised with outsourced drug safety group regarding processing of clinical trial cases.
  • Trained and mentored new Drug Safety Specialist.
  • Interpreted and applied current department SOPs, FDA, and international guidelines and regulations as they pertained to drug safety.
  • Received calls from physicians and patients enrolled in iGuard program (monitors newly marketed drug safety).
  • Present findings and recommend action plan to management at Drug Safety Review Committee (DSRC) meetings.
  • Assisted in the creation or revision of Drug Safety SOPs and Work Instructions.
  • Performed quality review of drug safety reports prior to submission to the FDA.
  • Entered case report information into drug safety database (ARISg).
  • Utilize knowledge of drug safety to comply with 21 CFR 312 Provide technical know-how to educate healthcare professionals.

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40. State Regulations

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  • Qualified drivers in accordance with federal and state regulations and managed drug/alcohol program.
  • Prepared and maintained Company documentation to ensure compliance with federal, state regulations.
  • Maintain compliance of company and customer safety policies and federal/state regulations.
  • Monitored and evaluated the workplace to ensure compliance with all DOT, OSHA, Federal, State regulations and company policies.
  • Collaborated with internal and external parties to ensure the unit was in compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Investigate accidents and injuries to determine the cause and complete paperwork required by federal or state regulations.
  • Make sure those entities licensed by the state are in compliance with federal and as state regulations.
  • Worked with other city, county and state agency officials to secure compliance of state regulations.
  • Audited facilities to ensure compliance with corporate safety policies as well as OSHA and state regulations.
  • Maintain compliance with OSHA, EPA, and DOT Federal and State regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with Federal/State regulations, company policies, and procedures.
  • Research state regulations where required and apply to projects where applicable.
  • Ensured radiographers followed company SOPs, government, and state regulations daily.

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41. Incident Reports

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  • Investigated all safety incidents and published incident reports with process improvement recommendations.
  • Review all supervisor incident reports to ensure a proper investigation was conducted.
  • Assisted with investigating incident reports and allegations made by residents.
  • Review incident reports, conduct investigations, follow-up on implementation.
  • Investigate and make recommendations with regard to facility incident reports.
  • Investigated and made recommendations regarding all facility incident reports.
  • Reviewed incident reports related to work related personnel injuries.
  • Conducted accident investigations and prepared incident reports.
  • Evaluated and reviewed and documented incident reports, findings, and recommendations, to document causal factor to safety committee.
  • Investigated incident reports, conducted lab safety reviews and new employee safety orientation, and prepared annual report for OSHA.
  • Investigated and wrote detailed incident reports on personnel accidents, injuries, and aircraft mishaps.
  • Enter data for incident reports, claims, and risk and safety meetings.
  • Maintained appropriate records for training, inspections, findings, and incident reports.
  • Complete forms and paperwork such us trip sheets and accident/incident reports.
  • Responded to written and telephone requests for incident reports.
  • File and write any incident reports as applicable.
  • Analyze accident and incident reports for trends.
  • Investigate spill incidents to prevent reoccurrence and prepares detailed incident reports with recommended corrective actions.
  • Collected, de-identified, logged, and analyzed Operations Mishap/Incident Reports (similar to ASAP) and Safety Improvement Reports.
  • Write incident reports and develop corrective actions to prevent future spills, accidents, ect.

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42. Hazmat

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  • Rotated as on-call incident commander for university emergency response and HAZMAT investigations.
  • Encouraged HAZMAT certification among owner-operators.
  • Managed respiratory protection, hearing conservation, personal protective equipment, storm water, radiation safety, and HAZMAT response programs.
  • Monitored HAZMAT procedures and information program, maintained the department and facility safety data sheets (SDS).
  • Trained facility emergency response teams and directed Fire, HAZMAT, and Abandon Emergency drills.
  • Participated in Emergency Response as HAZMAT Technician and moved into Incident Commander role.
  • Operated various HAZMAT equipment to include bulk acid and liquid gel transportation.
  • Prevent the violation of HAZMAT and OSHA regulations.
  • Experience in Hazmat decontamination including entry and exit.
  • Provide training to and the development of drills and exercises for the Hazmat Technicians, EOC Cadre and Crisis Management Teams.
  • Maintained employee compliance for Preload and Package driver personnel, including HAZMAT, OSHA, and DOT.
  • Started with this Army Contractor as a Firefighter/Medic/Hazmat Tech responding to incidents of all types.
  • Responded to and evaluated EHS emergencies as a member of the Hazmat response team.
  • Supervised 8 direct reports, and monitored 350 hazmat technicians and heavy equipment operations.
  • Conduct weekly Federal Hazmat Compliance Audits driver files.
  • Tank Burner/Hazmat Safety Specialist Trained employees in welding, tank burning and small mechanical projects.
  • Serve on the campus duty responder and hazmat entry team responding to hazardous material releases.
  • Trained and exercised almost 3000 employees in Radiological and Hazmat Response Operations.
  • Job Duties: Layoff -Assist drivers with accidents and hazmat spills.
  • Served on the hazmat and emergency first responders team.

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43. ISO

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  • Performed Safety & Health Supervisor duties during chemical plant planned maintenance turnaround.
  • Coordinate with other supervisors and managers to ensure cohesiveness between departments.
  • Coordinated and trained internal auditors resulting on ISO 9002 certification.
  • Act as a liaison internally and with external collaborators to develop programs and processes to meet requirements of regulatory agencies.
  • Worked with contractors, supervisors, utility locators and utility owners to promote a safer work environment.
  • Obtained position as ISO 9000 Manager/Auditor for six years in the chemical plant and manufacturing field.
  • Maintained the field observations cards and communicated the results to the field crew and supervisors monthly.
  • Managed RTW (Return to Work) Program and was direct liaison for Workers Compensation.
  • Compile, draft and submit investigative reports to supervisor for approval of findings or closure.
  • Perform tasks and support for additional topics as requested by supervisor.
  • Diagnosed and treated a wide gamut of medical diseases and disorders.
  • Trained new drivers, sorters and supervisors on proper work methods.
  • Confined space rescue team member and confined space supervisor.
  • Act as liaison between contract personnel and upper management.
  • Acted as liaison for assigned distribution center staff.
  • Trained personnel of H2S poison gas.
  • Coached, mentored, and cross-trained 5 team members with diverse backgrounds and personalities to become successful Unit Retention Advisors.
  • Worked with Upstream/Gas Motor Vehicle Safety advisors to standardize the process for quarterly meetings.
  • Completed the EMS Lead Auditor Course ISO [ ] Served as Lead Auditor for TTMA ISO 14001..
  • Served as Safety advisor for all events in FY14 - 16 Collaborated and participated in daily Facility maintenance activities and projects.

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44. Potential Hazards

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  • Perform baseline safety assessments and develop corrective action plans to identify potential hazards and correct them before an injury occurs.
  • Provided analysis of potential hazards requiring special techniques and methods to adequately measure risk to employees.
  • Identified / corrected potential hazards to ensure compliance with safety regulations.
  • Perform Daily audits and inspections to identify potential hazards and deficiencies.
  • Identify potential hazards and recommend solutions for prevention.
  • Analyze workplace procedures to identify potential hazards.
  • Performed audits, surveys and inspections throughout the Base to identify potential hazards and ensure compliance with OSHA laws and regulations.
  • Maintain a safe and healthful environment by identifying and anticipating incidents and hazards, and working to eliminate potential hazards.
  • Communicated and understood the potential risk and needs of the workforce and assisted in recognizing and minimizing potential hazards.
  • Utilize safety and occupational health standards, regulations, practices and procedures to eliminate or control potential hazards.
  • Integrated risk management in all levels of deployment operations and communicated potential hazards to staff at all levels.
  • Maintained a safe work area by daily inspections and review of site activities for potential hazards.
  • Participate in the planning and permitting process of work tasks to identify potential hazards.
  • Advised the Construction Manager and Safety Manager on potential hazards at work site.
  • Identified potential hazards and instructed employees how to fix the problem.
  • Analyzed real and potential hazards and created mitigation plan.
  • Conducted daily onsite hazard identification tours to identify potential hazards and ensure adequate safety measures were in place to mitigate hazards.
  • Inspected facilities and safety equipment to identify and correct potential hazards, and to ensure safety regulations compliance.
  • Performed hourly walkthroughs of the workplace to check for any potential hazards or possible BSSE Infractions.
  • Perform daily Safety walk throughs to observe employee behaviors and correct any potential hazards.

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45. Safety Requirements

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  • Determine safety requirements for each industry and provide equipment needed to exceed minimum safety standards, according to OSHA regulations.
  • Inspect all explosive operating buildings and workplaces to ensure compliance with explosive safety requirements.
  • Mediated disputes among labor, management, and contractors regarding job safety requirements.
  • Establish industrial safety requirements for tasks performed under service requests.
  • Assist with preparation of safety requirements for the procurement of services, equipment, materials, and supplies.
  • Reviewed and advised Construction Manager and Safety Manager for safety requirements in Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA).
  • Reviewed plans and specifications for new machinery or equipment to determine whether all safety requirements have been met.
  • Consult with the plant safety managers at each plant and ensure that all safety requirements are met.
  • Reviewed plans and ensured that all current fire and life safety requirements were incorporated into campus projects.
  • Consult with QEM Manager to ensure that safety requirements are followed and section requirements are addressed.
  • Managed range of safety requirements, to include reviewing Flight Attendant injuries and determining cause.
  • Interfaced with customers to explain the company's safety resume and level of safety requirements.
  • Ensured compliance with OSHA (regulatory) and corporate safety requirements and plant specific rules.
  • Modify or add safety requirements to work being done when changes are required.
  • Implemented changes to improve the area to fulfill health and safety requirements.
  • Maintained water and chemical levels in compliance with OSHA safety requirements.
  • Comply with all AWP policies, procedures and safety requirements.
  • managed site safety requirements for no less than eight separate sub contractor companies conducting specialized missions for our site.
  • Managed and ensured health and safety requirements were implemented at Naval Base Point Loma.
  • Meet Nascar fire safety requirements.

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46. Company Policies

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  • Delivered training and implementation to middle management on company policies/practices/procedures of business operations, Health & Safety, Human Resources.
  • Demonstrated ability to apply operating philosophy and operate within company policies and procedures and appropriate regulations.
  • Provided company Orientation related to company policies and procedures.
  • Maintained compliance with all company policies and state/federal agencies.
  • Review company policies and compare with 1910 General Industry Regulations, 1926 Construction Regulations, National Fire Protection Association, etc.
  • Conducted site audits to maintain compliance activities with federal, state and local regulations, company policies, training initiatives.
  • Identify, analyze and implement risk reduction plans in accordance with OSHA, company policies, and other regulatory guidelines.
  • Specialized in making sure all employees were in compliance with company policies to prevent work related injuries and aircraft damages.
  • Managed Human Resource activities to ensure program compliance with federal and state employment laws and Company policies and procedures.
  • Ensured compliance with all H&S regulatory requirements, company policies, procedures, and standards.
  • Communicated with contractors on a daily basis and ensures adherence to company policies and procedures.
  • Train new hires on company policies, procedures, and equipment.
  • Maintained compliance with company policies as well as OSHA regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with company policies, procedures and standards.
  • Advise production operators on OSHA requirements and company policies.
  • Enforce company policies and health & safety regulations.
  • Demonstrated expert ability to provide education to staff by presenting on evolving company policies, procedures, and local/international regulations.
  • Transported DOT employees to off-site location for testing Trained new hires on Company policies and procedures
  • Inspected worksites daily to identify unsafe conditions in accordance with company policies osha regulations.
  • Conduct accident reviews with students and trainers Terminate and suspend drivers according to company policies Conduct safety road tests on drivers.

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47. Hearing Conservation

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  • Developed Job Safety Analysis program, designed and implemented plant Industrial Hygiene monitoring program and administered the Hearing Conservation program.
  • Instructed 18 safety related classes including hearing conservation, operational risk management, personal protective equipment, and traffic safety.
  • Designed and instructed several training programs including forklift, hearing conservation, respirator and proper lifting techniques.
  • Prepare and implement hearing conservation and respiratory protection programs to comply with regulatory standards.
  • Implement Hearing Conservation and Respiratory Protection programs.
  • Coordinated ergonomics and hearing conservation programs.
  • Managed and coordinated quarterly Noise Assessment (HCP Title Evaluation - STS) and quarterly Hearing Conservation Program PPE Audit.
  • Revised code of safe work practices, respiratory protection program and hearing conservation program for waste management department.
  • Trained site personnel in Basic Life Support, hearing conservation, back safety and other programs as needed.
  • Managed, as well as, provided training to employees/students enrolled in Hearing Conservation and Respiratory Protection Programs.
  • Managed the following programs: Respiratory Protection; Chemical Hygiene; Hearing Conservation; Ergonomics.
  • Execute Hearing Conservation Program development, conduct noise surveys and control measures.
  • Evaluated and maintained the requirements of the Hearing Conservation Program.
  • Conducted hearing tests for company's Hearing Conservation Program.
  • Implemented and oversaw the Hearing Conservation Program.
  • Conduct IH noise monitoring for Hearing Conservation.
  • Led administrative and compliance oversight of Hearing Conservation Program requalifying initiative, which included directed four Industrial Hygienists.
  • Updated hearing conservation program Performed audits and inspections
  • Trained employees in safety procedures such as lockout/tagout, confined spaces entry and hearing conservation.
  • Created and edited webpages for Accidents/Incidents, Bloodborne Pathogens, Hearing Conservation Program, Regulated Medical Waste, and Smoking Policy.

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48. Clinical Trials

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  • Reviewed clinical study protocols and other regulatory guidelines to ensure safe conduct of clinical trials.
  • Close interaction with site clinical research coordinators in an effort to obtain follow-up information on adverse events in clinical trials.
  • Ensured compliance with standard operating procedures and FDA regulations for the reporting of clinical trials adverse events to regulatory agencies.
  • Prepared IND annual reports for regulatory affairs including the narrative summary for serious adverse events in clinical trials.
  • Execute the collection, review, and processing of safety related documentation associated with over 40 clinical trials.
  • Reviewed, investigated and reported serious adverse events from clinical trials, post-marketing studies and spontaneous events.
  • Review all adverse event reports from clinical trials and all spontaneous reports for completeness and consistency.
  • Provided assessment and processing of adverse events from clinical trials for the Emerging Products Division.
  • Gathered data and managed line listings to ensure accuracy for multiple DBL in clinical trials.
  • Reviewed serious adverse event reports from clinical trials and prepared a narrative regarding the event/s.
  • Contribute on various phases of clinical trials which includes admission, outpatient and outreach.
  • Drug Safety liaison to the Clinical Development Team for CRO managed clinical trials.
  • Developed a SOP regarding occurrence of pregnancy during clinical trials.
  • Evaluated data for global clinical trials (Phase I, II, III).
  • Acted as point of contact for clinical trials for ICSRs related activities including reviewing safety management plan and reconciliation plan.
  • Maintained knowledge and understanding of PPO SOPs; current FDA regulations regarding clinical trials, regulatory documents and safety issues.
  • Performed case processing including composing narratives for 7 and 15-day IND expedited reports in ARISg for oncology clinical trials.
  • Reviewed, revised, and approved documents and SOPs involving drug safety aspects for clinical trials.
  • Provided assessment of SAEs from clinical trials, literature reports, registries, and spontaneous sources.
  • Triaged and processed ICSRs from both clinical trials and post marketing sources.

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49. Site Inspections

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  • Participated in incident investigation reviews and data collection and assists with site inspections, hazard assessments and audits.
  • Conducted regular site inspections to ensure safety compliance, participate in safety walks to identify unsafe conditions.
  • Conducted site inspections/audits and corrected any deficiencies, while mentoring craftsmen on personal safety.
  • Conduct frequent site inspections to determine compliance with established procedures and customer requirements.
  • Established safety assessment parameters for site inspections.
  • Conduct site inspections, as required, to correct potential hazards and ensure compliance with safety and environmental regulations.
  • Conduct work-site and job-site inspections of equipment and procedures, and make corrective measure recommendations of noted deficiencies.
  • Ensured contractors adhered to the Duke Energy Environmental Compliance Plan by conducting site inspections.
  • Conducted on-site inspections of facility operations to monitor, troubleshoot and upgrade E.H.S.
  • Conduct and coordinate on-site inspections to audit physical conditions and safe work practices.
  • Conducted job site inspections and prepare reports to supervisors and subcontractors.
  • Conducted site inspections for all facility owned and occupied spaces.
  • Perform daily, monthly, and quarterly site inspections.
  • Coordinated with management regarding onsite inspections, audits and updated environmental action plan.
  • Perform pre-operations safety meeting and site inspections prior to operations.
  • Conducted regular job site inspections with focus on observing and correcting unsafe acts and at-risk behaviors.
  • Acted as liaison during onsite inspections with government agencies.
  • Conduct site inspections and onsite training.
  • Conduct daily site inspections * Interact with contractors to improve site safety * Conduct safety training courses
  • Used the MCAI software Spot It to record site inspections and reviews.

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50. CFR

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  • Provide training to new staff for CFR's, ICH guidelines for good clinical practice and clinical safety data collection.
  • Have also taken many of the other classes OSHA offers regarding the rules and regulations of CFR 29 and 49.
  • Conduct audits and safety certifications in accordance with 49CFR Part 659 to determine compliance with Systems Safety Program Plan.
  • Assist with 30 CFR and 29 CFR compliance, training, environmental / health and hygiene regulatory issues.
  • Obtained specialized Boeing Company training in all safety aspects of 29 CFR 1910, General Industry.
  • Enforced compliance with 29 CFR 1926 Also maintained Part 1910 compliance.
  • Implement 10 CFR 851, Worker Safety and Health Program.
  • Developed safety policies/procedures to comply with OSHA 29 1910 CFR.
  • Ensured institutional and regulatory compliance (HIPAA, JACHO, CLIA, CFR, Texas Health Code, OSHA).
  • Implement all federal & state policies & OSHA standards CFR 1910 & 1926; 6.
  • Enforced all OSHA and CFR 195 safety programs at Marathon Oil and Furmanite work site.
  • Hosted 3rd Party Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. OSHA 29 CFR 1910 compliance audit.
  • Implement DOE P 450.4 and 48 CFR [ ] Integrated Safety and Health Management System (ISMS).

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20 Most Common Skills For A Safety Specialist

Safety Procedures

24.3%

Osha

11.3%

Ensure Compliance

8.1%

Safety Program

8.1%

Emergency Response

6.2%

Adverse Events

4.8%

Safety Meetings

4.6%

Corrective Action

4.2%

Incident Investigations

3.3%

Space Entry

3.0%

Safety Audits

2.9%

Safety Inspections

2.7%

Hazardous Materials

2.5%

Job Safety Analysis

2.4%

Safety Data

2.3%

Site Safety

2.1%

EHS

2.0%

Training Programs

1.8%

Safety Issues

1.6%

Occupational Safety

1.6%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Safety Specialist

Rank Skill
1 Safety Procedures 18.6%
2 Osha 8.6%
3 Ensure Compliance 6.2%
4 Safety Program 6.2%
5 Emergency Response 4.7%
6 Adverse Events 3.7%
7 Safety Meetings 3.5%
8 Corrective Action 3.2%
9 Incident Investigations 2.5%
10 Space Entry 2.3%
11 Safety Audits 2.2%
12 Safety Inspections 2.1%
13 Hazardous Materials 1.9%
14 Job Safety Analysis 1.8%
15 Safety Data 1.8%
16 Site Safety 1.6%
17 EHS 1.5%
18 Training Programs 1.4%
19 Safety Issues 1.2%
20 Occupational Safety 1.2%
21 EPA 1.2%
22 Personal Protective Equipment 1.2%
23 Risk Assessments 1.2%
24 HSE 1.1%
25 FDA 1.1%
26 Safety Compliance 1.0%
27 Food Safety 1.0%
28 Data Entry 1.0%
29 Safety Reports 0.9%
30 Management System 0.9%
31 Nfpa 0.9%
32 Safety Culture 0.8%
33 Safety Plans 0.8%
34 CPR 0.8%
35 Msds 0.7%
36 Meddra 0.7%
37 Loto 0.7%
38 Safety Awareness 0.7%
39 Drug Safety 0.7%
40 State Regulations 0.6%
41 Incident Reports 0.6%
42 Hazmat 0.6%
43 ISO 0.6%
44 Potential Hazards 0.6%
45 Safety Requirements 0.6%
46 Company Policies 0.6%
47 Hearing Conservation 0.6%
48 Clinical Trials 0.5%
49 Site Inspections 0.5%
50 CFR 0.5%
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