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Passionate and dedicated health and safety professional with over 12 years of experience in the oil and gas industry excelling at ensuring safe working conditions at all field locations. Analytical and resourceful supervisor with expertise in EH&S standards, coordinating personnel training, auditing project sites, leading safety meetings, identifying hazards, and monitoring compliance. Interpersonal leader seeking to leverage background into a health and safety management role with a progressive organization.
Summary of Skills
OH&S regulations Project management Process improvements Well control and blow out prevention measures HSE audits Drilling operations and services Problem resolution Environmental field management
Prevent loss control, conducting incident investigations and composing safety performance reports with recommendations for corrective action. Enhance safety management process, supporting audits and communicating incident loss producing conditions to senior leadership.
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