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|Read and understand ISO drawing and P&ID's.
Locating coordinates and elevations on structure
Have done hydro testing and pre-Commissioning
Know how to work with electric tools and hands tools pretty well.
Working on high elevations
Pulling measurements and figuring out pipe sizes or structure lengths.
Able to operate Fork lift
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Due to my time in the Marine Corp I would say I am driven with excellent client and project management skills. Action-oriented with the strong ability to communicate effectively with technology, executive, and business audiences. Where I lack in time in grade I compensate with initiative and capability to adapt to a new environment.
I was over all Texas Region Operations for Spartan's HSE Department. My responsibilities included Facility Audits, Safety Meetings, Field Audits, Administrator for LMS Safety Training, Forklift Operator Instructor, Accident Investigations, Assistant Manager over Fleetmatics for all company vehicles, and overall responsible for the health and well-being of 319 employees. My time with Spartan was a great tool in terms of adapting to the Oil and Gas Industry. I had immediately picked up on that the mindset was operations before safety. The HSE Manager and myself implemented, what we liked to refer to as a "Culture Shock". In 2013 we had 4 recordables and numerous vehicle/personnel incidents. In 2014 we had almost doubled in company size and closed out the year with 0 recordables and very few vehicle/personnel incidents. 2015 despite the negative market and all the restructuring chaos. It did not effect our overall standings in terms of performance. We closed out the year with 0 recordables and with minimal incidents. I like to think that our steady drive and our unwillingness to cut corners and stick to our policy and procedures it was made it all possible.
My job was to set out and retrieve signs and lock boxes at agent's listings and at times to fix signs affected by climate.
My job was to sale additives to the incoming customers for there vehicles. Also to make them aware of any potential threat, that their vehicle might pose.
This job had me doing all kinds of things. Part of the time I would be a hydroblaster, other times I would connect hoses to use cleaning agents to clean out circulators. I was also required to report any type of Incidents occuring in the unit and to monitor employees that were potentially not complying with company policies & procedures.
I would operate the forklift, check oxidation levels in the reactors, break down catalyst within the reactor itself. Also monitor the unit and other crews assigned to other tasks. If at any given point an employee(s) failed to follow company policies/procedures I was responsible to notify the site superintendant.
While I was with TIG my job was to reattach bell heads but before placing new gaskets and securing them. I also was responsible for monitoring the Unit and ensuring that everyone was being compliant with Turner's policy and procedures. I was also tasked with assisting Pipe Fitters with basic maintenance at the site. (CITGO Acid Unit) This was a short term turnaround. After start up, I was back with TSS.
During this course of study the main focus was to learn and implement key steps to saving peoples lives.
This particular training was more focused on survival in the field, weapon systems, and close quarter hand to hand combat.
At this time I was pushed mentally and physically to achieve the title of becoming a United States Marine.
While in Field Radio Operators Course I learned the key fundamentals in Radio Operations. I graduated at the top of my class and the knowledge I gained from there is was what drove me to work my way up the chain and now I am currently the communications chief for Detachment 4, 4th Tank Battalion. I owe everything to the Corps, it's still what drives me to excel in life. To go above and beyond when no one is watching and be willing to set myself apart from others that only do the bare minimum.
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