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  • Twenty plus years experience in management of occupational/safety, health compliance programs for manufacturing facilities.
  • Extensive working knowledge of: OSHA and EPA Regulations, Lean Mfg.principles, VPP, Industrial Hygiene, Worker's Compensation, BBS Programs, ISO 14001/18001, OSHA 200/300/301/501/504, DOT Regulations RCRA/SARA.
Professional Summary
To join a professional organization that can offer opportunities in directing environmental, health, and safety issues as well as opportunities for professional development, continued growth, and increased responsibilities.

Extensive working knowledge of:                                                                                                                  

OSHA Regulations

EPA Regulations

DOT Regulations

Lean Mfg./5s 

VPP Certifications                

Industrial Hygiene



PSM Certified

WWT Certifications

BBS Programs          

ISO 14001/18001

OSHA 501/503

Worker's Compensation     

Work History
Safety Director, 04/2010 to Current
Superior Dairy Canton, Ohio
  • Developed and implemented a safety system that resulted in a 70% reduction in OSHA Recordable Incident Rate the first year.
  • Monitored injury/illness cases, resulting in a 50% reduction in worker's compensation expenses the first year.  
  • Trained all supervisors/managers in an effective incident investigation process and worked with them to identify root causes and corrective actions and created a REAL culture of safety compliance.
  • Worked with Facility Engineering Team to develop programs in compliance with OSHA  and EPA Regulations.
  • Instituted safety audits and compliance programs to ensure all corrective actions were dealt with timely, and sustained in all areas.
  • Implemented computerized systems for tracking accidents/illnesses and safety work orders.
  • Lead facility ergonomic program and developed techniques to help reduce workplace injuries.
  • Managed and modified waste water treatment facility, yielding a 50% reduction in maintenance costs which saved nearly $50,000 per month.
  • Instituted a recycling program that resulted in a $50,000 cost saving the first year.
  • Implemented computerized systems for tracking accidents/illnesses and safety work orders.
  • Worked with Union and supervisors to maintain a clean, healthy work environment for all employees.

Safety Director, 06/2008 to 09/2009
Hygenic Corporation Akron, Ohio
  • Developed and implemented a safety system that resulted in a 60% reduction in OSHA Recordable Incident Rate the first year.
  • Directly involved with implementing Lean Manufacturing principles (5's, standard work, TPM, and other processes).
  • Developed and completed an ISO 14001 system for the facility that resulted in the facility becoming registered to the standard.
  • Developed numerous safety systems and worked with supervisors and managers for implementation (e.g. Confined Space, Hazardous Materials Response, Lockout Tag out, Forklift Safety, Safety Work Order System, Root Cause Analysis, recordkeeping, etc.)
  • Organized REACH pre-registration for all Hygenic personnel and products as well as product registration and all toxicological studies needed.

Safety & Security Manager, 05/2006 to 07/2007
FRITOLAY Wooster, Ohio
  • Developed and implemented the company's safety and health program resulting in accident rate reduction of 100% the first year (12 recordable incidents 2006 vs. 0 in 2007).
  • Developed a strategic plan that focused on systems that made it possible to achieve VPP level recertification (VPP site since 2001).
  • Trained all supervisors/managers in an effective incident investigation process and worked with them to identify root causes and corrective actions.
  • All incidents were recorded.
  • Trained, educated and monitored Site Safety Team Members in the use of regulatory programs 
  • Developed a strategic plan that focused on systems that made it possible to achieve VPP level recertification (VPP site since 2001).
  • Supervised the contracted security service, facilitate Contractor Safety program and had oversight of Safety Coordinator.
  • Worked with Union and supervisors to maintain a clean, healthy work environment for all employees.

EHS Director, 06/1996 to 04/2006
  • A 2.5 billion manufacturer of industrial batteries Developed and implemented a safety system that resulted in a 30% reduction in OSHA Recordable Incident Rate the first year.
  • Reduced overall accident rate 85% during my tenure.
  • Established regulatory programs for governmental requirements.
    Conducted industrial hygiene monitoring for all operations.
  • Directly involved with implementing Lean Manufacturing principles (5's, standard work, TPM, and other processes).
  • Developed and completed an ISO 14001 & 18001 system for the facility that resulted in the facility becoming registered to the standards. 
  • Managed and modified waste water treatment facility, yielding a 50% reduction in maintenance costs.

Operations Auditor, 01/1986 to 01/1995
  • A $2 billion freight carrier.
  • Operations Auditor and DOT Experience.

Bachelor of Arts: 1986
Youngstown State University - Youngstown, Ohio
  • 3.34 GPA
  • Recipient of Athletic Scholarship
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Executive Profile

Talented Retail Executive with a successful 26 year track record. Possess the vision to design, develop and implement effective plans that increase profitability. Utilize executive level organization skills in multi-faceted environments in order to meet/surpass bottom line corporate objectives. Consistently maintain the highest standards of professionalism and exhibit excellent communication skills. Recognized for sound leadership and mentoring abilities.

Skill Highlights
  • Developing Partnerships
  • Project management
  • Budgeting expertise
  • Strategic planning
  • Team Development
  • Self-motivated
Core Accomplishments
  • Helped implement a safety culture where one didn't exist
  • Vice Presidents Excellence Award 2011
  • Recognized for outstanding crisis management during Super Storm Sandy
  • Delivered Best Operational Results in Mid Atlantic history 2012 and 2013
  • Successfully navigated multiple reorganizations for AP and Ops
Professional Experience
July 2015 to Current
Family Dollar Stores Philadelphia, PA Regional Vice President
  • Full P&L responsibility for region consisting of 11 districts and 211 stores across Pennsylvania, Maryland and New York..
  • Leading 11 DM's, 5 performance managers and Regional LP and HR support teams.
  • Meet and exceed goals related to sales, shrink, safety and profitability.
  • Monitor, assess and evaluate regional performance through sales, operating cost, safety performance, inventory, shrink, trend and other data analysis.
  • Provide advice and counsel to District Support, District Managers on appropriate action plans and activities to meet operational and financial goals.
  • Manages operations budget through supervision and guidance of District Managers
December 2014 to July 2015
Target Towson , Maryland Store Team Leader
  • Managing highest volume store in the Baltimore district doing over $70 million in sales
  • Piloted new merchandise replenishment .program.
  • Lead store team consisting of more than 180 team members
  • Recognized by RVP for turning around an opportunity store.

September 2008 to July 2014
The Home Depot Mid Atlantic Region Regional Director of Operations
  • Driving store operations in an 11 District region doing in excess of $5 Billion in sales.
  • Leading 11 District Operation Managers and supporting RVP and 11 District Managers to deliver company profitability objectives.
  • Leading all Safety and Hazmat compliance, investigations and training. Executed focus store programs to improve results.
  • Managed WC and GL performance through trend analysis
May 2003 to August 2008
Sears Holdings Corp Northeast Division Divisional Loss Prevention and Safety Director
  • Led 4 Regional Managers in safety and shrinkage reduction operations in 292 stores throughout the Northeast Division.
  • Developed a Loss Prevention team that was be able to execute the programs that delivered the shrinkage and safety goals.
  • Rebuilt the partnerships between the Loss Prevention team and the stores and senior management teams.
January 2002 to May 2003
The Home Depot South Atlantic Region Regional Loss Prevention Manager
  • Leading a team of Loss Prevention professionals to deliver company shrink, safety, and hazmat metrics.
  • Partnering with District and Store leadership to support sales and service
  • Achieved outstanding results
March 1997 to March 2002
The Home Depot Tampa, FL Regional Loss Prevention Manager
  • Supported store teams through exception report and CCTV investigations to minimize losses.
  • Helped to create a safety culture at critical time in company history.
  • Helped to develop the company awareness program.
January 1989 to March 1997
Hills Department Store Altoona, PA Store Manager
Penn State University
University Park, PA
Administration of Justice
Bachelor of Science
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Professional Summary

To obtain a career in leadership and/or the education department with a fire and EMS System. I have been working toward obtaining different EMS and fire instructor certifications.

Core Qualifications
  • Healogics HBO operator course
  • Healogics Safety Director Course
  • PADI SCUBA Rescue diver
  • HazMat Operations
  • Level "C" Decon Operations
  • Level "C" Decon Instructor
  • CPI NCI Instructor
  • Va. EC Training Course
  • MCIM I&II Instructor
  • Stop The Bleed Instructor



  • CPR
  • ALCS
  • PALS
  • EMT-Intermediate
  • Fire Fighter I & II
  • IS 001
  • ICS 100
  • ICS 200
  • ICS 300
  • ICS 400
  • ICS 700
  • ICS 800
Work Experience
12/2015 to Current
Emergancy Room Tech. / Ambulance Transport Tech. Novant Health, UVA Health Systems, Culpeper Medical Center Culpeper, VA
  • Assisting nursing staff with establishing patient I.V. Access.
  • Patient care to include but not limited to placement of orthopedic devices, wound care, etc.
  • Helping to train new staff member.
  • I have help teach on nursing skills day.
  • I am a trainer for the LUCAS II CPR Device, EZ-IO, and department IV infusion pumps.
  • assisted in creating the hospital training programs for the LUCAS II CPR Device, and the EZ-IO.
  • assisting with creating other training programs for the hospitals ambulance transport team, and the emergency department.
  • Setting up hospital wide CPI NCI Courses.
12/2013 to 01/2016
Safety Director Woodbridge Wound Healing Center Woodbridge, Va.
  • I was responsible for the safe and effective operation of the hyperbaric chamber(s) and related support systems.
  • I was responsible for the day-to-day maintenance on the hyperbaric chamber(s) and related support systems.
  • I was charge of all hyperbaric equipment, I was responsibility for the safe and effective operation and maintenance of the hyperbaric chamber(s) and related systems and ancillary components.
  • I made the necessary recommendations for departmental safety policies and incorporate new safety procedures as appropriate.
  • I was an active member of the hospital's safety committee.
  • I had the authority to restrict or remove any potentially hazardous supply or equipment items from the chamber.
  • I provided leadership and safety training to new hyperbaric facility personnel and continuing Education for current HBO Facility personnel.
  • I was responsible for maintaining all facility safety-related standards as required by various licensing and regulatory agencies.
  • I ensured the departments compliance with NFPA 99, chapter 20, Hyperbaric Facilities and with unit safety policies and procedures.
  • I reviewed all department safety incidents, collect information regarding equipment/patient safety, reports relevant incidents to the staff, and periodically provide in-service training related to hyperbarics.
  • I fostered a positive relationship between the department and local Fire Marshall, EMS Directors, and Pressure Vessel Inspector, as appropriate for my location.
  • I Work closely with the Medical Director, Program Director, and Nursing Manager to develop and annually review/revise department policies and procedures and operation and maintenance documents.
  • I conducted fire safety drill with all the department staff.
  • I worked closely with Program Director and DCS Safety Committee to coordinate and approve all hyperbaric chamber upgrades, modifications, and repairs to the hyperbaric system, including interactions with hospital maintenance personnel and outside contractors, to ensure that all maintenance activities are done in accordance with appropriate safety standards.
  • I ensured that the testing of all modifications is performed before manned pressurization.
  • I evaluated hyperbaric chamber equipment/supplies used in the chamber and ensures that they meet all safety requirements before they are permitted inside the chamber.
  • I was responsible for ordering and maintaining a par level for all usable medical supplies, as well as ordering all office supplies for the department.
06/2011 to 06/2016
Assistant Chief Fredericksburg Rescue Squad Fredericksburg, Virginia
  • Oversees the daily administrative operations of the Emergency Medical Services Division
  • Acted as the departments  Chief in his absence.
  • Administers the daily field operations of the Emergency Medical Services Division.
  • Supervises, trains, assists and evaluates performance of EMS Captain and Lieutenants.
  • Assist the Chief in the management of policies and procedures to ensure compliance with licensing and certification requirements for all Emergency Medical Services Division staff (CPR, ACLS, PEPP, BTLS, EMT, and Paramedic).
  • Ensures adequate coverage on shift by locating personnel to cover any vacancy which may arise due to leave, illness, resignation, etc., or by serving as an ALS AIC when necessary; coordinates with the Captain and EMS Sergeants to assure coverage.
  • Works with EMS Captain to evaluate the 911 EMS system/services through a combination of data collection and direct observations as well as conduct research and analysis of current and future 911 EMS issues and trends for the continuous improvement of the program and Department.
  • Oversees the management and maintenance of a database which tracks certifications and credentials of all emergency services personnel.
  • Works with the EMS Training Lieutenant to coordinate training opportunities and assures personnel receive the appropriate training as required by their job descriptions and departmental needs as well as coordinating the evaluation of providers in the clinical and operational setting to assure core competency.
  • Investigates EMS related complaints, grievances, infractions of County policy/procedures; recommends corrective actions to the Rescue Chief.
  • Makes recommendations to the Rescue Chief and assists in the preparation of budgets for the Department.
  • Serves as a liaison between the Department of Emergency Services, County Health Department, Mary Washington Hospital, Stafford County Fire and Rescue, Spotsylvania Fire and Rescue, Chancellor Fire and Rescue, the State regulating  agencies  with regards to training and quality assurance.
  • Maintains sufficient administrative and operational supplies for the department with the assistant of the departments supply manager.
  • Inspects EMS equipment and apparatus on a scheduled basis; identifies need for maintenance and/or repairs; may assign housekeeping tasks associated with EMS equipment and materials.
  • Provides operational support in the field as a supplemental support unit/provider as assigned. Performs related work as required.
03/2009 to 01/2012
Critical Care Medic/FTO Physicians Transport Service Herndon, Va.
  • I was responsible for assessing patient conditions and providing appropriate medical care as needed, such as establishing I.V. access, administering medication as needed, EKG interpretation, Ect.
  • Transport Critical Care/ALS/BLS patients to and from residence, nursing homes, and hospitals.
  • Maintain knowledge of streets, nursing homes, and hospital locations, in dispatch area.
  • I was responsible for stocking and maintaining the ambulance, acclimating new employees to the company.
09/2006 to 03/2009
Critical Care Medic/FTO American Medical Response Alexandria, VA
  • Responsible for assessing patient conditions and provide appropriate care such as establishing I.V. access, administering medication as needed, EKG interpretation, Ect.
  • Transport ALS/BLS patients to and from residence, nursing homes, and hospitals.
  • Maintain knowledge of streets and hospital locations, in dispatch area.
  • Responsible for stocking and maintaining the ambulance.
  • Responsible for training new EMT-B's and EMT-P's on daily procedures, equipment and patient care.
02/2004 to 09/2005
Operations Manager/Medic, Lieutenant LifeCare Medical Transports Inc Fredericksburg, Va.
  • Responsible for the operations of region 1, which included 5 stations, and 1 dispatch center, with the assistance of station supervisors and assistance supervisors.
  • My responsibilities too include, but not limited to making sure that all the paperwork from the station makes it to the corporate office, maintaining control of station spending, pursuing contracts for local facilities, and renewing current contracts, dealing with complaints from hospital/nursing home staff and the general public, and assessing the need to open or close stations, I advise the V.P of Operations if the need arises.
10/2002 to 02/2004
Supervisor/Medic, Lieutenant Physicians Transport Service Herndon, Va.
  • Responsible for the day-to-day operation of Station-4 during my shift, I take care of the stations inventory; occasionally I work out of the Company's Headquarter and act as the Dispatch supervisor.
12/2001 to 10/2002
Station Supervisor /Medic, Sergeant LifeCare Medical Transports Inc Fredericksburg, Va.
  • Responsible for the day-to-day operation of the corporate headquarters.
  • I maintain Payroll for the Wheelchair drivers, EMT's, and Paramedic that operate out of the station.
  • Through junior officers, I maintain 9 ambulances, 5 wheelchair vans, 1 antique ambulance, 1 special vehicle (6 wheel Drive gaiter).
  • I am responsible for making sure that the ambulances, wheelchair vans and the station are kept in operating order, With assistance of a supply officer, I make sure that the supplies for the station and the company are kept up.
05/1997 to 08/2006
Critical Care Medic/FTO Silverspring Ambulance service Washington, DC
  • I was responsible for assessing patients conditions and provide appropriate care, such as establishing I.V. Access, administering medication as needed, EKG interpretation, etc.
  • I had to maintain knowledge of streets and hospital locations in my dispatch area.
  • Responsible for stocking and maintaining my assigned ambulance.
  • Training of all new EMT's and Paramedic's on equipment and procedures, equipment, ad patient care 
01/1994 to 01/1996
Webb Ambulance Co Fairfax
  • Responsible, for doing daily duty checks at the beginning of my shifts.
  • Maintaining the medic unit with supplies, other duties include training all new EMT's.
01/1991 to 01/1998
Hospital Corpsman U.S. Navy Reserve US Navy Hospital Corpsman
  • Manage the medical records for over 250 marines and naval medical personal.
Emergency Room Technician INOVA Fair Oaks Hospital Fairfax, VA
  • Responsible for assisting the RN's in assessing patient condition and providing appropriate care such as establishing IV access, blood draw for tests by the lab and maintain documentation on each patient, assisted MD in basic procurers such as suturing, wound debridement, assisted MD in placement of cast.
  • Responsible for stocking and maintaining supplies in the ER.
  • Responsible for training new Tech on daily operations and equipment in the ER.
  • Responsible for instructing new RN's on proper operations of the equipment.
Phlebotomist Mary Washington Hospital Fredericksburg, Va.
  • Worked in the lab as a Phlebotomist, responsible for the blood draw in the ER and on the floors.

No degree Medical: Medical USN Corpsman School Great Lakes, IL



FEMA: IS-01, IS-100, IS-200, IS-300, IS-700, IS-800
Professional Affiliations
Fredericksburg Rescue Squad
Member since 2009
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Professional Summary

Highly organized individual with a diverse background of accounting, human resources, billing, maintenance, management, inventory control,  and hospice administration.

  • Excellent communication skills 
  • Customer service-oriented 
  • Superior attention to detail
  • Self-motivated professional
  • Extremely organized
  • Requires minimal supervision 
  • Account reconciliation
  • Invoice and payment transaction
  • Client assessment and analysis
  • Effective Time Management
Work History
Payment Analyst , 05/2017 to Current
Lifepoint Health (Robert Half - Temp 180 Days to Full Hire) Georgetown, KY
  • Daily posting of EFT's and mail payments received by CBO Manager.
  • Notifying Supervisor and/or Director of trends that are causing a delay in balance resolution
  • Balance daily payments posted, both insurance and patient
  • Process insurance and patient refund balances to appropriate hospital ensuring refunds are posted correctly within ECW and follow-up on previous submitted refunds
  • Ensure payments are entered timely and correctly according to EoB
  • Complete all month-end reports are clear prior to month-end
Accounting Specialist, 08/2016 to 04/2017
Green Metals Inc, (Robert Half - Temp 90 Days to Full Hire) Georgetown, Ky
  • Performed complex general accounting functions, including preparation of journal entries,  account analysis, and transaction history registers
  • Posted cash receipts to appropriate general ledger accounts
  • Entered and made changes to vendors for USA and Canada in A/P and A/R 
  • Updated fuel surcharges and posted all freight
  • Billing our largest account, Toyota Tsusho America Inc
  • Correcting Purchase Orders to match invoice and general ledger accounts
  • Relieved over 9 million in A/P monthly
Finance Coordinator, 2015 to 2016
ARS Rescue Rooter (Robert Half - Temp 30 Days to Full Hire) Nashville, TN
  • Secure financing for customers needing installation of heating, air conditioning units, water heaters and major plumbing
  • Track all job cost and invoicing of AOR installs
  • Partner with one of the top major home improvement companies
  • Assists with multiple accounting duties, posting cash, check and credit card payments to proper accounts. prepare bank deposit slips, recording cash receipts, reviewing refunds making adjustments to accounts as necessary.
  • Maintain records including accounts payable and account receivable documentation, journal and general ledger entries
Intake Coordinator/Administrative Assistant, 2009 to 2014
Hospice of Lake Cumberland Somerset, KY
  • Hospice of Lake Cumberland -KY Started out in the company as an Administrative Assistant then was promoted to Intake Coordinator
  • Maintain medical records for health services in home and hospital in a accurate and timely basis
  • Communicating with doctors and scheduling nurse to go assess patients
  • Ordered, managed, and distributed office supplies while adhering to a fixed office budget
  • Data entered aide time sheets daily for payroll
  • Managed all bereavement letters and mailings
Corporate Administrative Assistant/Information Specialist, 2008 to 2009
Lifeline Home Care Somerset, KY
  • Responsible for personnel records, timeliness of records, and day-to-day operations
  • Performed weekly data entry of time sheets for payroll
Safety Director, 2006 to 2008
CoreTrans Somerset, KY
  • Managed all aspects of Safety for a D.O.T regulated transportation company
  • Developed and implemented Safety, Accident, and Log Violation Policies & Procedures
Bank Teller, 2004 to 2005
Great Western Bank Chariton, IA
  • Executed customer transactions, including deposits, withdrawals, and checks
  • Coordinated daily cash reconciliation at a high-volume location
  • Processed daily vault audits with a zero error rate
Area Driver Manager, 1995 to 2003
Aggregate Industries Eagan, MN
  • Supervised 4 managers and a large workforce for the North Central Ready Mix Division, per DOT Federal Regulations
  • Managed five ready mix concrete production plants
  • Successfully managed in an efficient and safe manner a productive union workforce of 130 employees
Maintenance Manager, 1993 to 1995
Aggregate Industries Eagan, MN
  • Maintain a fleet of 104 ready mix trucks per Federal DOT regulations
  • Purchased and maintained inventory at 4 locations
Purchasing Assistant and Billing Clerk, 1989 to 1993
Northstar Transportation/Roseau Diesel Eagan, MN
  • Ordered and maintained inventory for diesel trucks and components along with MSDS sheets
  • Processed inside and outside customer billing
Accounting and Material Control Specialist, 1981 to 1986
United States Army Reserves Arden Hills, MN
  • MOS 76P10 for the 257th Maintenance Support Battalion
  • Order parts and supplies needed to service vehicles and weapons
Associate of Arts: Accounting and Data Processing, 1988
Minnesota School of Business College - Minneapolis, MN
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Professional Summary
My Objective is to work in the field of Health, Safety and Environmental to achieve an injury and accident free environment for all workers. Conduct safety audits, develop and conduct training, investigate incidents and eliminate unsafe conditions,, Maintains safety records. Has experience with OSHA, EPA, NFPA, NIOSH, and DOT requirements. Developing and implementing the company EHS policies, promote reduction in injuries and accidents ensure compliance with all regulations, including OSHA, EPA, NFPA, NIOSH, DOT, and state programs, conduct audits, train local staff on new EHS developments. Experience managing multiple locations. Have experience with a behavior-based safety program. Develops training programs as required by policy or regulation. Monitors training program performance to ensure that all required training is performed. Develop and works under some supervision to implement all activities with respect to area safety audits, confined refurbished equipment, and personal protection equipment programs. Work with plant/refinery to address product labeling requirements to insure conformance with requirements and adequate customer warning, safety and first aid procedures. Ensure that all departments use proper procedures for hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal. Lead incident investigations and root cause corrective action plans and corrective action implementation Extensive knowledge in OSHA regulations, accident reporting and preventative safety. Complete knowledge in Federal, State and Local Environmental regulations including all reporting requirements and employer obligations
Work History
February 2013-June 2014 Safety Coordinator | KBR/ITI | Deer Park, Texas
  • Completed tear-down of existing structures and prepared for new construction.
  • Consistently assumed additional responsibilities and worked extended hours to meet project deadlines.
August 2012-February 2013 HSE Consultant/Trainer | EMSI Inc | Highlands, Texas
July 2012-Current Vol. Firefighter/Engineer | Highlands, Texas
  • Responded to medical emergencies, structure fires, and wild land fires.
  • Conducted pre fire planning inspections of businesses and schools.
  • Public relations at local schools and businesses.
June 2011-August 2012 Safety Director | 3 J Ryan Inc | Baytown, Texas
April 2008-May 2011 Safety Manager | La Porte Fire Department | Pasadena, Texas
May 2007-June 2010 Firefighter/Engineer | La Porte, Texas
  • Responded to medical emergencies, structure fires, and wild land fires.
  • Conducted pre fire planning inspections of businesses and schools.
  • Public relations at local schools and businesses.
March 2007-March 2008 Site Safety Manager | CCC Group Inc | Texas City, Texas
August 2005-April 2007 Complex Safety Manager | Shaw Group | La Porte, Texas
August 2004-January 2005 Birmingham Alabama BE&K Construction |
August 1991-August 2004 Construction Safety Coordinator | KBR Construction | Houston, Texas
Client Safety Coordinator | Allstate Services | Rincon, Georgia
Construction Safety Inspector, Maintenance Safety manager, Regional Safety Manager |
  • California Department of Forestry.
  • Sacramento California.
  • Assigned to Southern California area.
  • Firefighter :Responded to medical emergencies, structure fires, and wild land fires.
  • Conducted pre fire planning inspections of businesses and schools.
  • Public relations at local schools and businesses.
  • RMEQ Evaluator New Employee orientations, OSHA for Supervisor 30 Hour, Planning, Scheduling Sub contractor coordination 40 Hour Hazwoper Union management relations OSHA Trenching and Shoring Client relations Team Building, Excavations Fire control 3 Wild land fire safety Basic Forest Firefighting Confined Space search and rescue Emergency response Medic First aid CPR, AED Hot work/confined space permits issuance Client orientations Unit start up support Military support Military Hostile Act response Security Terrorism Emergency response, . OSHA 501 Train the training.
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Professional Summary
  • To secure and lead a successful integration of healthcare improvement performance, Patient Safety, and Risk Management with Critical Event Response Team, to drive the continued improvement of patient safety in an acute Hospital/Rehabilitation Center.
  • Extensive experience in developing high performance matrix, evaluation of patient care for effectiveness and implementing necessary changes to programs and policies.
  • Solid experience in patient safety Root-Cause-Analysis, and in championing a culture of safety for all patients and staff, allowing the proactive assessment and reporting of potential or actual patient safety issues. Understands practical conflict resolution.
  • Have successfully led TJC, DCS and CMS care and contract surveys; developed Organizational Scorecards and analytics.
  • Have successfully monitored and written POCs and follow-up actions to meet deadlines.
  • Utilizes a comprehensive, organized, continuous readiness program to review and identify opportunities for improvements toward excellence.

Education and Training
Organizations and Management 2011 Capella University Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Doctor of Philosophy – Organizations and Management

Dissertation: Human performance as a contributor to the culture of safety: A qualitative study of self-efficacy and self-cognition among healthcare professionals.

Pastoral Theology and Counseling 1998 Regis College, University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Licentiate of Sacred Theology (S.T.L)

Masters of Theology 1997 St. Micheal's College, University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Masters of Theology, (Th.M)

Theology 1990 Pontifical Urban University Rome, Rome, Italy

Bachelors of Theology (B.Th.)


•1998 – 1999 Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Residency Training (5 Units,1800 hours) and Board Certification in Trauma Chaplaincy, Bronson Hospital, Kalamazoo, MI.

•2001 Clinical Research Certification, Indianapolis Univ. & Purdue Univ., Indianapolis.

•2002 Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), Indianapolis, IN

•2002 Certification in Advanced Medical Terminology

•2005 Project Management Certification, Indianapolis Univ. & Purdue Univ., Indianapolis,

Skill Highlights
  • Proven patience and self-discipline
  • Patient-oriented
  • Personal and professional integrity
  • Relationship and team building
  • Staff training and development
  • Critical thinking proficiency

  • Sound decision making
  • Excellent communications and negotiation skills
  • Good mentoring and coaching skills
  • Good organizational, planning, and project management skills
  • Quality and focus oriented

Professional Experience
Director of Quality Performance Improvement and Risk Management 06/2013 to Current Options Behavioral Health care Indianapolis, IN

Tracks, baselines, analyze and trend all quality and improvement projects/ patient care, and regularly report results.

Leads, mentors, and facilitates cross-training to share best practices and improve standardization across the hospital.

Help departmental heads develop monthly PI initiatives with emphasis on championing the departmental goals, objectives, and implementation plans.

• Facilitates regular reviews of quality and process improvement metrics.

• Delivers practical, hands-on training to nursing staff on patient safety and P I initiatives, while helping them eliminate waste and variation in all administrative, patient care functions

Patient Safety Director 03/2011 to 05/2013 Stella Obasanjo Hospital Benin City, Edo

• Ensured and enforced timely and accurate reporting of all adverse events (AE). Team-analyzed safety incidents with stop gaps using the Root-Cause-Analysis methodology (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)

•Built cross-functional relationships with hospitals' marketing team managers and vendor contacts to help ensure patients' safety regulatory requirements are met.

•Reviewed, screened, provided input into and approved safety related aspects of hospitals' contracts with vendors who are likely to encounter adverse events.

•Assisted in tracking the bedside performance of physicians and nurses to ensure safe talk and patient exceptional experience.

•Assisted the Chief Nursing Officer in coordinating the clinical safety programs and staff with reconciliation of practice and theory with usable data to build a virile Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E) practice matrix.

•Assisted with all aspects of the hospitals' risk management; Performed medical record reviews for the purpose of tracking potential trends in practice; Completed timely communication to physicians related to cases presented; Participated in studies and projects as assigned by the Vice President of Risk Management. Established a solid working relationship with hospital legal counsel.

Options Behavioral Hospital, Indianapolis, IN June 2013 to Current 

Director for Quality Performance Improvement and Risk Management 

Lecturer: Business Administration Department 03/2011 to 05/2013 Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, Edo

Courses Taught: 

•BUS 211: Applied Ethics

•BUS 380: Organizational Development

•NUR 340: Ethical Theories in Health care

•BUS 413: Organizational/Leadership Theory

Crisis Chaplain/Ethics 04/2006 to 02/2011 Community Hospital Network Indianapolis, IN

Oriented and trained chaplains on health care spirituality and practice

•Cross-trained and worked extensively with the Organizational Ethics Committee to develop and teach bioethics education programs for health care professional. I identified opportunities in health care bioethics research that pushed us to develop learning packs, which improved our staff competencies in the use of advanced directives and end of life care. I maintained an effective clinical advocacy role/presence at codes, ensuring ethical standards, support for team members and family members.

•Protracted interdisciplinary team work experience with nurses, physicians, and pharmacists in the Critical, Emergency and Surgery Units, helping to resolve some bioethics and social issues that complicated treatments, and to enhance the continuity of care. I helped these professional in formal settings to case study several patients' dynamics, with ways to resolving them. This improved the hospitals' patient turn around ratios by 60%.

•Assisted in the design and execution of clinical chaplaincy and ethical programs/policies that contributed to a 52% growth of the organization in the 2010 fiscal year.

Quality and Safety Officer 01/2003 to 03/2006 Crestview Rehabilitation Center Indianapolis, IN

• Policied and implemented a framework to improve internal reporting of Fall Risks, which subsequently increased the volume of recorded Risk Events (defined as key process control failures) by 80% following same period the year before.

• Designed and implemented a Risk Dashboard and escalation framework to report key risk issues which improved reporting by 82%.

Led compliance training for Staff on HIPPA, healthcare customer service, and patient documentation using Centricity.

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Professional Summary
To promote the advancements of safety and safe guard people and property against the hazards of fire.
Highlights Of Qualifications
  •  17 Years experience as a security guard.
  • 7 Years experience as a Fire Safety/EAP Director.
  • Known for honesty, loyalty, integrity, and friendliness.
Work History
FSD/EAP Director 09/2001 to 08/2014
Silverstein Properties 120 Broadway New York
  • Conduct fire, building evacuation and stairwell familiarization drills.
  • Operate Fire Command Station during testing devices or emergencies.
  • Respond to all medical emergencies within the building.
  • Record Keeping as per NYC Fire Department.
  • Train building brigades, fire wardens, and searchers.
  • Maintain relationships with tenants to ensure they are aware of the building safety procedures.
  • Oversee building during natural diasters such as snowstorms, blackouts and hurricanes, etc.
  • Manage payroll and schedules for 24 guards.
Security Guard 01/1997 to 09/2001
Advantage Security New York, NY
  • Conduct patrol of primeter.
  • Maintain a safe environment for employees and visitors.
  • Monitor CCTV cameras.
Fire Safety Director 08/2014 to Current
Eastern Security Crop New York, NY
  • Conduct fire and evacuation drills.
  • Conduct daily patrols.
  • Operate the Fire Command System during an emergency.
  • Ensure all fire wardens, brigades, and employees knows the fire safety plans.
High School Diploma: St. Anthony High School - Bridgetown Barbados
Security Guard License # 10000160318.
Fire Guard License # 2.
Fire Safety Director License # 8.
Emergency Action Plan Director License # 7.
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Efficient, focused Security Guard capable of acting quickly during crisis events and emergencies. Over 14 years in security and fire safety. I have my security and fire safety license.



Report writing

Interior and exterior patrol

  • Investigative skills
  • CCTV surveillance
  • Shift work experience

Help apprehended shoplifter stealing an expensive bag from MCM.

April 2009
January 2014
Fairmont Hotels and Resorts New York, NY Fire Safety Director/ House Officer

Patrolled the hotel and retail areas to protect and prevent theft. Respond to complaints and calls for help from guest or patrons. Monitor security cameras and alarm systems.

June 2005
March 2008
Metro Fire Safety Guards, Inc Elmont, NY Fire Safety Director

At 125 Broad Street responded to fire emergencies. Conducted fire team training and fire drills. Stood by fire command station while The Plaza was closed for construction.

May 2002
April 2007
Chase New York, NY Fire Safety Director

Monitored the fire command elevators. Did monthly inspections of elevators, floors, emergency exit stairs and fire extinguishers. Performed semi- annual fire drills for the complex. Performed monthly fire drills for Child Day Care Center.

September 2006
April 2008
11 Madison Avenue New York, NY Fire Security Director/ Security Officer

Continuously monitored security cameras, elevator monitors and alarm systems..

July 1999
September 2002
One Financial Square New York, NY Security Guard /Fire Safety Director

Issued security badges and visitor passes to all guests.Checked passes and credentials of persons seeking to enter the property. Continuously monitored security cameras and alarm systems.

LaGuardia Community College L.I.C Long Island City, N.Y., United States Computer Science

Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

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Professional Profile
Dedicated and experienced healthcare professional seeks to transition into an administrative support role wherein I can utilize my clinical experience and office technology expertise to enhance your administrative operations.
  • Self-directed
  • Computer proficiency
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Time management ability
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Results-oriented
  • Strong problem solver
  • Mail management
  • Meeting planning
  • Schedule management
  • Travel administration
  • Problem resolution
  • Report analysis
Medical Assistant, 12/2014 to Current Capital Digestive Care, LLC - Bethesda, MD
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight and height.
  • Provided palliative care in outpatient settings ranging from assessment to development and implementation of care plans.
  • Acted as patient advocate and implemented total patient care through a team process covering 8-10 high digestive patients per shift.
  • Coordinated with doctors and registered nurses to develop follow-up care plans for patients.
  • Cleaned and sterilized instruments and disposed of contaminated supplies.
Hyperbaric Safety Director, 07/2012 to 07/2014 University of Maryland Charles Regional Medical Center - La Plata, MD
  • Provided patient education to potential candidates who had been prescribed hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatment. 
  • Reported unusual occurrences to the Hyperbaric Physician and Program Manager.
  • Recorded treatment information on company forms provided.
  • Performs daily check-off procedures for initial start-up and shut-down of chambers, bulk oxygen system, and all other related equipment.
  • Performs preventive and any other required maintenance on the hyperbaric system as directed by the company Director of Safety and Technical Services.
  • Scheduled appropriate maintenance for medical equipment.
  • Assists in maintaining an appropriate inventory of all departmental supplies, as requested by the Program.
Medical Assistant, 09/2011 to 07/2012 Civista Clinical Services LLC - La Plata, MD
  • Obtained and recorded patient vital signs.
  • Customer Service Trained students.
  • Sterilized medical instruments.
  • Scheduled patients for clinical visits.
  • Administered Stress Tests.
  • Collected, prepared, and labeled specimens.
  • Answered and directed phone calls.
  • Administered Delestrogen, Rhogam, and Lupron injections.
  • Assisted with in office surgical procedures.
Medical Assistant, 05/2010 to 09/2011 Dr. Said Ali - Waldorf, MD
  • Obtained and recorded patient vital signs.
  • Collected, prepared, and labeled specimens.
  • Scheduled patients for clinical visits.
  • Prepared and sterilized instruments.
  • Filed and maintained patient charts.
  • Answered and directed phone calls.
  • Administered injections.
  • Assisted with in office surgical procedures.
  • Stocked as well as kept track of inventory.
Receptionist, 01/2010 to 04/2011 Tate Tax Service - Temple Hills, MD
  • Evaluated accounting requirements during discovery meetings with potential clients
  • Performed client investigation, compiled tax filing information.
  • Used judgement in offering tax solutions, tax products and filing options.
  • Scheduled appointments.
  • Created filing system, contacted existing customers for reminders.
  • Received, sorted and signed for mail deliveries.
Medical Assistant Certificate, January 2010 Sanford Brown Institute - Landover, MD