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CV, Private Military Security Contractor With Paramedic Background

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 31206
(05/09/1983, male)
List top 5 skills: close protection officer, off shore medic, paramedic, rig medic
Short Bio:

Possesses strong and solid security skills developed during years of military service. Experience and training in dealing with unknown and threatening situations, such as hostilities and medical emergencies. Handles stress related situations and long assignments very well. Close Protection Operative as well as qualified military medic/offshore medic with extensive experience and also has the strong interpersonal skills necessary in maintaining good working relationships.

Current location: 

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa - View on map

Nationality: 

SOUTH AFRICAN

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy, Medical and Nursing, other

Spoken languages: 

Afrikaans, Basic Arabic, english, french, Zulu

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Profile

Possesses strong and solid security skills developed during years of military service. Experience and training in dealing with unknown and threatening situations, such as hostilities and medical emergencies. Handles stress related situations and long assignments very well. Close Protection Operative as well as qualified military medic/Offshore Medic with extensive experience and also has the strong interpersonal skills necessary in maintaining good working relationships. Operations. My tasks and responsibilities included the following: Weapon and – Safety training, Quality Assurance and Quality Control, Fire Hazard Identification and Fire Prevention training, Public Relations. Safeguard and security of military and civilian personnel during transport to various Iraqi/U.S. joint construction projects. I am also a member of a personal security detail (PSD) responsible for the close protection of these personnel while they are on the ground conducting their missions. My additional duties includes mission planning, communications, threat assessment, emergency evacuation, counter terrorist evasive driving, weapons proficiency, medical proficiency, VBIED/IED recognition, and navigation.

Education & Qualifications

• National Certificate of Educational Achievement – (Graduate High school / STD 12 )

• National Certificate of Educational Achievement – (UNIVERSITY) Health Safety Officer Nebosh Diploma2004

Other Qualification

• 02 /2015 – Refresher Certificate of Medical – Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support – (ACLS) – Academy Of Accident & Emergency Medicine – South Africa

• 02/2015 – Refresher Certificate of Medical – Basic Life Support – ( BLS ) – Academy Of Accident & Emergency Medicine – South Africa

• 06 / 2014 – Certificate of Medical – Pre – Hospital Trauma Life Support ( PHTLS ) – American Medical Association

• 04 / 2014 – Certificate of Medical – First Person On Scene – (FPOS1) American Medical Association

• 06 / 2014 – Certificate of Medical – Tactical Casualty Combat Care – ( TCCC ) American Medical Association

• 05 / 2014 – Certificate of Medical – Medicine In Remote Areas – ( MIRA ) American Medical Association

• 02 / 2010 – Certificate of Medical – OPS Medical Training Medical – ) American Medical Association

• 10 / 2007 – Certificate of Medical – EMT Paramedic — NetCare 911 – South Africa

• 2006 – Certificate of South African Medical Training – Health Professional Council of South Africa

• 01 / 2009 – Certificate of Action Training Academy – Training Instructor – Basic fire fighting / fire fighting /first Aid 1,2,3 / BLS / Breathing Apparatus Induction / HIV Awareness Course / Health Safety Representative (She Rep) / Basic Health Safety Induction / H3 Health Safety Induction H4 OHAS Act / Accident /Incident Investigation / Ordination / Safety Officer / Emergency Procedures / SAQCC Fire Service Technician – South Africa

• 02 / 2002 – Certificate of Close Protective officer (SITO & BSIA SIA – NCFE – QCA –CITY GUILDS – BIIAB) – UK

• 10 / 2004 – Certificate of NCFE Level 2 Roles And Responsibilities of Door Supervisors – UK

• 04 / 2010 – Certificate of South African Security Training – Eybunti Security Training – South Africa

• 04 / 2010 – Certificate of Riot & Crowd Control – South Africa

• 01 / 1999 – Certificate of National Sea Rescue Institute – Search Rescue Land & Water – South Africa

• 01 / 2012 – Certificate of Maritime Security Training All 4 Modules Stcw95 – Proffessional Yachmaster Training – South Africa

• 01 / 2012 – Certificate of Maritime Security Training Ship Security Officer – Unicorn Shipping – South Africa

• 01 / 2012 – Certificate of Maritime Security Training H.U.E.T – South Africa

• 01 / 2012 – Certificate of Maritime Security Training Technology & Communications – Mobile Acoustic Range, Sonar and Acoustics – South Africa

• 01 / 2000 – Certificate of Fire Fighting Qualified – South Africa

• 02 / 2002 – Dog handling / Training (K9 Instructor ,Patrolling , EOD , IED – UK

• 03 / 2004 – Investigations internal / Outer – Crown Protection – UK

• 06 / 1999 – Advance Driving – South Africa

• 11/ 2014 – Fire Arm Competency Certificate South Africa

Areas Of Military Training

• 1998 – of SA Army Engineer core , 1999 – of SA Army – Artillery Core , 2011 – of SA Army – Infantry core

• 1999 – of SA Police – Police Reservist

Career History

20 May 2015 – 13 June 2015:
Maritime Security. Secure A Ship.
Rank – Team Leader

• Advice the Master with useful intelligence regarding the transit area and the equipment use policy through the high risk areas, as well as on the anti-piracy defensive methods and tactics tailored to vessel’s specific features.

• Daily Reports sent daily .

• Consulting and assisting, after evaluation, the ship’s Master and crew on the most effective reinforcement of the physical protection measures, in order to prepare the vessel to be ready and capable for counter response against any potential piracy threat

• Identify and set up the safest place (Citadel), as the last crew resort during a piracy attack.

• Provide the ship’s crew anti-piracy training through lectures followed regularly by practice drills, before and during the passage through a high risk area, aiming at a more effective protection of the ship.

• Collect information, analyze the situation and assess the threat level.

• Ensure that vessel’s watch and surveillance system is optimized to the threat level, for a timely detection to avoid surprise, to deter, as well as to react promptly against any pirate attempt by applying

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Providing training to maritime security as operators and Team Leaders

• Providing Maritime Specific drills /Terminology and tactical situation appreciation and awareness with all my team members and crew

• Providing ongoing Weapons training checks with regards to safety and handling to my MSO ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Engage routinely with client, professionally, politely and appropriately

• Under Master’s permission, act in accordance with our Rules for Use of Force (RUF) to protect the crew and the vessel, abiding strictly by the UNCLOS, ICoC and the relevant flag states’ laws

• Following to the BMP4 Guidance

21 – February 2015 – 21 February 2015-
Refresher Basic Life Support. (BLS)
ACADEMY OF ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Rank – Basic Life Support (BLS)

• New BlLS Algorithm

Recognition of Heart Attack, Cardiac Arrest, Stroke, FBAO ( Video – Practical )

• Adult CPR Introduction ( Video )

The value of Chest Compressions

Airway & Breathing

Putting it together

• Rescuer CPR Demonstration

Adult 1&2-Rescuer CPR

• Child CPR Sequence

• Child 1&2-Rescuer CPR

• Automated External Defibrillation (AED) Demonstration

• AED Practice

• Infant CPR Sequence

• Infant 1&2-Rescuer CPR

• Choking

• Written MCQ Test Skills Test – CPR & AED (Adult) CPR (Child & Infant) Remediation

• Demonstration of equipment

23 – February 2015 – 25 February 2015
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support).
ACADEMY OF ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Rank – Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support – (ACLS).)

DAY 1 Basic Life Support

• Written MCQ test – BLS

• Adult CPR BLS Sequence

• Child CPR Sequence

• Automated External Defibrillation (AED)

• Infant CPR Sequence and Practice

• Choking & Recovery position

ACLS Equipment technology

• Oxygen delivery devices

• Basic airway management

• Advanced airway management

• Airway adjuncts – ETCO2, Pulse oximetry

• Respiratory Arrest

Monitoring, defibrillation, cardioversion, external cardiac pacing

DAY 2 NEW ADVANCED CARDIOVASCULAR LIFE SUPPORT

• Written MCQ test – ACLS

• ACLS Course overview

• Course Organization

• BLS Primary Survey and ACLS Secondary Survey

• Team Performance Concept

• Pulseless Arrest – VF/VT

ADVANCED EMERGENCY SKILLS TRAINING

• Pulseless Arrest – PEA / Asystole

• Ethical considerations

• Acute Coronary Syndromes

• Stroke

DAY 3 ACS and PERI-ARREST RHYTHMS

• The Bradycardias ( Demonstration & Practice )

• The Tachycardia – Unstable ( Demonstration & Practice )

• The Tachycardia – Stable ( Demonstration & Practice )

• Testing Stations

• Putting it all together – Demonstration ( Practice – Team dynamics )

• Testing details

• Megacode Management – Testing Stations

• Remediation

December 2014 – January 2015
Land Base Security. TSU Protection Service
Rank – PSD Tactical Support Unit Operator
Standard Bank, Port Elizabeth

• Tactical Support Unit Close Protection

• Executive Protection

• Securing Safety to the HQ / Cash Centre / Standard Bank Branch

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Engage routinely with client, professionally, politely and appropriately

• Weapons safety checks and training

• October 2014 – December 2014
Land Base Security. TSU Protection Service
Rank – K9 Dog Handler
Shoprite /Checkers Distribution Centurion on Strike

• Tactical Response Crowd Control

• K9 Dog Handler – Riot / Patrolling

• Tactical Support Unit

• Close Protection

• Executive Protection

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Engage routinely with client, professionally, politely and appropriately

• Weapons safety checks and training

August 2014 – 09 September 2014
Maritime Security. Ocean Secure Maritime Security Company.
Rank – Team Member

• Duty – Advice the Master with useful intelligence regarding the transit area and the equipment use policy through the high risk areas, as well as on the anti-piracy defensive methods and tactics tailored to vessel’s specific features.

• Daily Reports sent daily

• Consulting and assisting, after evaluation, the ship’s Master and crew on the most effective reinforcement of the physical protection measures, in order to prepare the vessel to be ready and capable for counter response against any potential piracy threat

• Identify and set up the safest place (Citadel), as the last crew resort during a piracy attack.

• Provide the ship’s crew anti-piracy training through lectures followed regularly by practice drills, before and during the passage through a high risk area, aiming at a more effective protection of the ship.

• Collect information, analyze the situation and assess the threat level.

• Ensure that vessel’s watch and surveillance system is optimized to the threat level, for a timely detection to avoid surprise, to deter, as well as to react promptly against any pirate attempt by applying

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Providing training to maritime security as operators and Team Leaders

• Providing Maritime Specific drills /Terminology and tactical situation appreciation and awareness with all my team members and crew

• Providing ongoing Weapons training checks with regards to safety and handling to my MSO s

• Under Master’s permission, act in accordance with our Rules for Use of Force (RUF) to protect the crew and the vessel, abiding strictly by the UNCLOS, ICoC and the relevant flag states’ laws

• Following to the BMP4 Guidance

January 2014 – March 2014
Lukoil Project- International Land Base Security. Near East Security Iraq.
Rank – Team Leader

• Task delivery, assist when required, with task planning and preparation with due regard for the level of threat conveyed by the most recent project risk assessment.

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Attended briefings of assigned Olive Group and client personnel prior to conducting tasks and whenever required, to ensure strong client relations are upheld and managed professionally, politely and appropriately.

• Comply with all directives issued by host state military or police, or such other authorities as may have authority over the Team or Operative during the course of tasks and missions, ensuring at all times and under all circumstances, that due courtesy is afforded them and effective and cooperative relations maintained.

• Engage routinely with client, professionally, politely and appropriately.

• Report to the Team Leader or Project Manager any client requests for services outside the agreed Scope of Works.

• Management of vehicle documentation ensuring all vehicle documents are compliant with relevant standards before deployment on task.

• Ensuring the security, serviceability and daily maintenance of a team’s firearms including recording their presence and ensuring they are handled safely at all times.

• Assist the Team Leader, ensuring the Project Manager is informed of leavers, joiners and potential departures and any other relevant personnel information

• Maintaining absolute familiarity with NESS Standard Operating Procedures and the legal parameters in which the team operates.

• Undergo team training; receiving regular training and maintaining currency in tactics techniques procedures, actions on (response to incidents), updates to standard operating procedures and also project specific training.

• Mentor, train and lead host state nationals to reach the highest standards of individual skill and team work as part of a company-wide initiative to advance nationalisation.

• Liaison with such police, military and other agencies as the team may encounter, ensuring that it is handled with due courtesy and effective and cooperative relations are maintained.

• Reporting all disciplinary and security related issues to the Team Leader.

• Compliance with Rules for Use of Force consistent with procedures and regulations laid down by NESS in conjunction with the client, host state and International Laws

December 2013 – March 2014
Maritime Security. Iron Eagle Security Solutions / Alfina Security.
Rank – Team Leader / Instructor

• Advice the Master with useful intelligence regarding the transit area and the equipment use policy through the high risk areas, as well as on the anti-piracy defensive methods and tactics tailored to vessel’s specific features.

• Daily Reports sent daily

• Consulting and assisting, after evaluation, the ship’s Master and crew on the most effective reinforcement of the physical protection measures, in order to prepare the vessel to be ready and capable for counter response against any potential piracy threat

• Identify and set up the safest place (Citadel), as the last crew resort during a piracy attack.

• Provide the ship’s crew anti-piracy training through lectures followed regularly by practice drills, before and during the passage through a high risk area, aiming at a more effective protection of the ship.

• Collect information, analyze the situation and assess the threat level.

• Ensure that vessel’s watch and surveillance system is optimized to the threat level, for a timely detection to avoid surprise, to deter, as well as to react promptly against any pirate attempt by applying

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Providing training to maritime security as operators and Team Leaders

• Providing Maritime Specific drills /Terminology and tactical situation appreciation and awareness with all my team members and crew

• Providing ongoing Weapons training checks with regards to safety and handling to my MSO ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Engage routinely with client, professionally, politely and appropriately

• Under Master’s permission, act in accordance with our Rules for Use of Force (RUF) to protect the crew and the vessel, abiding strictly by the UNCLOS, ICoC and the relevant flag states’ laws

• Following to the BMP4 Guidance

January 2013 – 03 November 2013
International Land Base Security: Olive Group Iraq
Rank – Team Leader

• Task delivery, assist when required, with task planning and preparation with due regard for the level of threat conveyed by the most recent project risk assessment.

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Attended briefings of assigned Olive Group and client personnel prior to conducting tasks and whenever required, to ensure strong client relations are upheld and managed professionally, politely and appropriately.

• Comply with all directives issued by host state military or police, or such other authorities as may have authority over the Team or Operative during the course of tasks and missions, ensuring at all times and under all circumstances, that due courtesy is afforded them and effective and cooperative relations maintained.

• Engage routinely with client, professionally, politely and appropriately.

• Report to the Team Leader or Project Manager any client requests for services outside the agreed Scope of Works.

• Management of vehicle documentation ensuring all vehicle documents are compliant with relevant standards before deployment on task.

• Ensuring the security, serviceability and daily maintenance of a team’s firearms including recording their presence and ensuring they are handled safely at all times.

• Assist the Team Leader, ensuring the Project Manager is informed of leavers, joiners and potential departures and any other relevant personnel information

• Maintaining absolute familiarity with Olive Group Standard Operating Procedures and the legal parameters in which the team operates.

• Undergo team training; receiving regular training and maintaining currency in tactics techniques procedures, actions on (response to incidents), updates to standard operating procedures and also project specific training.

• Mentor, train and lead host state nationals to reach the highest standards of individual skill and team work as part of a company-wide initiative to advance nationalisation.

• Liaison with such police, military and other agencies as the team may encounter, ensuring that it is handled with due courtesy and effective and cooperative relations are maintained.

• Reporting all disciplinary and security related issues to the Team Leader.

• Compliance with Rules for Use of Force consistent with procedures and regulations laid down by Olive Group in conjunction with the client, host state and International Law

Olive Group Iraq – Was put Temporary as a SSM – West Qurna 2 / RIG 21 – Cluster 10 Site IRAQ, well the Permanent SSM had to leave Iraq due to Visa Expiry.

• Command and control of the day to day management of the teams as directed by the Ops Co-ordinator.

• Conduct regular security surveys to ensure that contracted manning and deliverables are being adhered to.

• Ensure that Olive Group Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) are followed at all times.

• Conduct training and briefing of new personnel as directed by the Ops Co-ordinator.

• Aid the Ops Co-ordinator in monitoring and implement project SOPs for the Project.

• Provide the Ops Co-ordinator with support as needed in all operational areas.

• Delegate tasks and responsibilities to appropriate personnel.

• Create and execute mission work plans and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements using his management team.Administration of the contract to ensure the smooth running of the operation as directed by the Ops Co-ordinator.

• Identify and resolve issues and conflicts within the project team. Where appropriate escalate these to theOps Co-ordinatorfor visibility.

• Coach, mentor, motivate and supervise project team members, and influence them to take positive action and accountability for their assigned work.

• Suggests areas for improvement in internal processes along with possible solutions to the Ops Co-ordinator.

• Conduct effective performance evaluations and mentor all personnel through formal channels as directed by the Ops Co-ordinator.

• Ensure all incidents and accident reports are completed as per SOPs, and ensure this is done to a high standard within set timelines

November 2012 – Dec 2012
Maritime Security: Alp hard Maritime Security Company.
Rank – Team Leader / Instructor

• Advice the Master with useful intelligence regarding the transit area and the equipment use policy through the high risk areas, as well as on the anti-piracy defensive methods and tactics tailored to vessel’s specific features.

• Daily Reports sent daily

• Consulting and assisting, after evaluation, the ship’s Master and crew on the most effective reinforcement of the physical protection measures, in order to prepare the vessel to be ready and capable for counter response against any potential piracy threat

• Identify and set up the safest place (Citadel), as the last crew resort during a piracy attack.

• Provide the ship’s crew anti-piracy training through lectures followed regularly by practice drills, before and during the passage through a high risk area, aiming at a more effective protection of the ship.

• Collect information, analyze the situation and assess the threat level.

• Ensure that vessel’s watch and surveillance system is optimized to the threat level, for a timely detection to avoid surprise, to deter, as well as to react promptly against any pirate attempt by applying

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Providing training to maritime security as operators and Team Leaders

• Providing Maritime Specific drills /Terminology and tactical situation appreciation and awareness with all my team members and crew

• Providing ongoing Weapons training checks with regards to safety and handling to my MSO s

• Under Master’s permission, act in accordance with our Rules for Use of Force (RUF) to protect the crew and the vessel, abiding strictly by the UNCLOS, ICoC and the relevant flag states’ laws

• Following to the BMP4 Guidance

March 2012 – 03 November 2012
Lukoil Project- , CCC, GAC, And SAMSUNG – International Land Base Security: Janus Security Iraq
Rank – Team Leader

• Ensure the safety and well-being of personnel and clients during operational task

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• operational planning and preparation as required

• Daily report and planning of team orders projects orders and procedures

• Ensure compliance with all JSI‘s policies and procedures

• Ensure all personal and team equipment is maintained in a state of operational readiness

• Performs ancillary tasks

• Develops and nurtures partnership

• Provide appropriate standards of first response care

• To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Demonstrate a commitment to ongoing professional development including continuing education programs in the medical field

• training programs focused on enhancing staff skill competency regarding first aid of all local national staff

• Maintain sufficient supplies of all medical resources required

• Maintain accurate medical records of all patients treated in accordance with company policies

• Provide written reports and verbal briefing to the Administration Co-coordinator in a concise and timely manner

• Conduct first – aid training

• Knowledge of Basra and Experience of all oil fields operations

• Advise the client on all security protocols around Basra operations.

October 2011 – February 2012
nternational Land Base Security: SABRE International Security Iraq
Rank – 2 IC / MEDIC

• Ensure the safety and well-being of personnel and clients during operational task

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Acknowledge of Basra and Experience of all oil fields operations

• Advise the client on all security protocols around Basra operations assists the Team Leader with operational planning and preparation as required

• Ensure compliance with all Sabre ‘s policies and procedures

• Ensure all personal and team equipment is maintained in a state of operational readiness

• Performs ancillary tasks as assigned by the Team Leader or supervisor

• Develops and nurtures partnership

• Provide appropriate standards of first response care

• To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Demonstrate a commitment to ongoing professional development including continuing education programs in the medical field

• Participate and lead Team Leader training programs focused on enhancing staff skill competency regarding first aid

• Maintain sufficient supplies of all medical resources required

• Maintain accurate medical records of all patients treated in accordance with company policies

• Provide written reports and verbal briefing to the Administration Co-ordinator in a concise and timely manner

• Conduct first – aid training

• Daily report and planning of team orders projects orders and procedures

• Advise the client on all security protcols around basra operations.

• training programs focused on enhancing staff skill competency regarding first aid of all local national staff

• Knowledge of Basra and Experience of all oil fields operations

August 2011 – 09 September 2011
Maritime Security: MARINE TACTICALS SUPPORT (SA) / ESS&SA B.V
Rank – Team Leader

• Advice the Master with useful intelligence regarding the transit area and the equipment use policy through the high risk areas, as well as on the anti-piracy defensive methods and tactics tailored to vessel’s specific features.

• Daily Reports sent daily

• Consulting and assisting, after evaluation, the ship’s Master and crew on the most effective reinforcement of the physical protection measures, in order to prepare the vessel to be ready and capable for counter response against any potential piracy threat

• Identify and set up the safest place (Citadel), as the last crew resort during a piracy attack.

• Provide the ship’s crew anti-piracy training through lectures followed regularly by practice drills, before and during the passage through a high risk area, aiming at a more effective protection of the ship.

• Collect information, analyze the situation and assess the threat level.

• Ensure that vessel’s watch and surveillance system is optimized to the threat level, for a timely detection to avoid surprise, to deter, as well as to react promptly against any pirate attempt by applying

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Providing training to maritime security as operators and Team Leaders

• Providing Maritime Specific drills /Terminology and tactical situation appreciation and awareness with all my team members and crew

• Providing ongoing Weapons training checks with regards to safety and handling to my MSO s

• Under Master’s permission, act in accordance with our Rules for Use of Force (RUF) to protect the crew and the vessel, abiding strictly by the UNCLOS, ICoC and the relevant flag states’ laws

• Following to the BMP4 Guidance

January 2009 – June 2011
Maritime Security: MUSE PROFESSIONAL GROUP SA DURBAN
Rank – Team Leader

• Advice the Master with useful intelligence regarding the transit area and the equipment use policy through the high risk areas, as well as on the anti-piracy defensive methods and tactics tailored to vessel’s specific features.

• Daily Reports sent daily

• Consulting and assisting, after evaluation, the ship’s Master and crew on the most effective reinforcement of the physical protection measures, in order to prepare the vessel to be ready and capable for counter response against any potential piracy threat

• Identify and set up the safest place (Citadel), as the last crew resort during a piracy attack.

• Provide the ship’s crew anti-piracy training through lectures followed regularly by practice drills, before and during the passage through a high risk area, aiming at a more effective protection of the ship.

• Collect information, analyze the situation and assess the threat level.

• Ensure that vessel’s watch and surveillance system is optimized to the threat level, for a timely detection to avoid surprise, to deter, as well as to react promptly against any pirate attempt by applying

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Providing training to maritime security as operators and Team Leaders

• Providing Maritime Specific drills /Terminology and tactical situation appreciation and awareness with all my team members and crew

• Providing ongoing Weapons training checks with regards to safety and handling to my MSO s

• Under Master’s permission, act in accordance with our Rules for Use of Force (RUF) to protect the crew and the vessel, abiding strictly by the UNCLOS, ICoC and the relevant flag states’ laws

• Following to the BMP4 Guidance

February 2008 – December 2008
Maritime Security / Stowaway Search Dogs: Stowaway Search Dogs Maritime Security
Rank – Team Leader

• Searching Ships for Illegal Immigrants

• Daily Reports sent daily

• Advice the Master with useful intelligence regarding the transit area and the equipment use policy through the high risk areas, as well as on the anti-piracy defensive methods and tactics tailored to vessel’s specific features.

• Consulting and assisting, after evaluation, the ship’s Master and crew on the most effective reinforcement of the physical protection measures, in order to prepare the vessel to be ready and capable for counter response against any potential piracy threat

• Identify and set up the safest place (Citadel), as the last crew resort during a piracy attack.

• Provide the ship’s crew anti-piracy training through lectures followed regularly by practice drills, before and during the passage through a high risk area, aiming at a more effective protection of the ship.

• Collect information, analyze the situation and assess the threat level.

• Ensure that vessel’s watch and surveillance system is optimized to the threat level, for a timely detection to avoid surprise, to deter, as well as to react promptly against any pirate attempt by applying

• ALS Tier Medic , To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Providing training to maritime security as operators and Team Leaders

• Providing Maritime Specific drills /Terminology and tactical situation appreciation and awareness with all my team members and crew

• Providing ongoing Weapons training checks with regards to safety and handling to my MSO s

• Under Master’s permission, act in accordance with our Rules for Use of Force (RUF) to protect the crew and the vessel, abiding strictly by the UNCLOS, ICoC and the relevant flag states’ laws

• Following to the BMP4 Guidance

November 2007 – January 2008
MEDIC: Enforce Medical Services
Rank – Medic and Student Paramedic

• To treat patients and be calm and reassure and transport to hospital

• To respond to any type of call for a Motor Vehicle Accident , MVA , secure scene and make safe to treat patients

• To respond to any medical cases

• To treat patients for any Type of burns

• To treat patients for signs of any type of shocks

• To comply medical reports

• To treat patient, CPR, Drown Victims, heart Attacks, etc…

• Child birth

• Suicides

• Follow to the Health Professional Council Of South Africa to scope of practice , Ethics .

January 2007 – October 2007
Medical Paramedic: NETCARE 911 EMERGENCIES AND CRTITCAL CARE – DURBAN
Rank – Student Paramedic

Course Content:

• Primary Care Paramedic Core Medical Directives

• Search & Rescue – Jaws of Life – Abseiling

• Clinical – Hospital Emergency Training

• Advanced Care Paramedic Core Medical Directives

• Primary Care Paramedic Auxiliary Medical Directives

• Advanced Care Paramedic Auxiliary Medical Directives

• Chemical Exposure Medical Directives

• Provincial Maintenance of Certification Policy

• Medical Cardiac Arrest Medical Directive

• Trauma Cardiac Arrest Medical Directive

• Hypothermia Cardiac Arrest Medical Directive

• Foreign Body Airway Obstruction Cardiac Arrest Medical Directive

• Neonatal Resuscitation Medical Directive

• Return of Spontaneous Circulation (ROSC) Medical Directive

• Cardiac Ischemia Medical Directive

• Acute Cardiogenic Pulmonary Edema Medical Directive

• Cardiogenic Shock Medical Directive

• Hypoglycemia Medical Directive

• Bronchoconstriction Medical Directive

• Moderate to Severe Allergic Reaction Medical Directive

• Croup Medical Directive

• Preamble

• Clarification of Terms

• Guidelines for Patient Care Reviews

• Patient Care Deficiency Guidelines

• Remedial Program Options

• Guidelines for Decertification Reviews

• Hydrofluoric Acid Exposure Medical Directive

• Administration of Atropine, either Pralidoxime Chloride (2 PAM) or Obidoxime and Diazepam for Nerve Agent Exposure Medical Directive

• Pediatric Administration of Atropine, either Pralidoxime Chloride (2 PAM) or Obidoxime and Diazepam for Nerve Agent Exposure Medical Directive

• Administration of Antidotes for Cyanide Exposure Medical Directive

• Symptomatic Riot Agent Exposure Medical Directive

• Adult Intraosseous Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Central Venous Access Device Access Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Supraglottic Airway Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Cricothyrotomy Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Nausea / Vomiting Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Combative Patient Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Procedural Sedation Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Electronic Control Device Probe Removal Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Minor Abrasions Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Minor Allergic Reaction Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Musculoskeletal Pain Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Headache Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Intravenous and Fluid Therapy Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Supraglottic Airway Medical Directive ‐ AUXILIARY

• Professional Ambulance Practice

• Traumatology

• Emergency Care

• Ambulance Technology

• New car technology

• Disaster Management

• AHA Basic Life Support

March 2006 – January 2007
Almco / OSSI / Safe net Iraq
Rank – 2 IC / MEDIC

• Ensure the safety and well-being of personnel and clients during operational task

• Acknowledge of Basra and Experience of all oil fields operations

• Advise the client on all security protocols around Basra operations

• the Team Leader with operational planning and preparation as required

• Ensure compliance with all Sabre ‘s policies and procedures

• Ensure all personal and team equipment is maintained in a state of operational readiness

• Performs ancillary tasks as assigned by the Team Leader or supervisor

• Develops and nurtures partnership

• Provide appropriate standards of first response care

• To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care

• Demonstrate a commitment to on-going professional development including continuing education programs in the medical field

• Participate and lead Team Leader training programs focused on enhancing staff skill competency regarding first aid

• Maintain sufficient supplies of all medical resources required

• Maintain accurate medical records of all patients treated in accordance with company policies

• Provide written reports and verbal briefing to the Administration Co-ordinator in a concise and timely manner Conduct first – aid training

• Daily report and planning of team orders projects orders and procedures

January 2005 – February 2006
International Land Base Security: Safe Net – Louis Berger Group (LBG) Road Project KG Pass, Khost, Afghanistan
Rank – Team Leader / PSS / PSD

PSS -Protective Security Specialist / Designated Defensive Marksman

• Perform day to day protective security function as specified in my daily post and details orders

• Driving the lead vehicle, principal’s vehicle, or follow vehicle whenever required in motorcade or similar operations

• Driving follow vehicle and acting as response agent, Carries and operates weapons as specified in daily post and details orders or upon orders from the detail leader or shift leader

• Maintaing protective formation position during principal’s walking movement

• Participating in advance security preparations

• Manning the security post at principal’s residence or manning the command post as required

• Serve as a member of an Emergency response Team, Quick Reaction Force (ERT / QRF) when assigned

• OPS EMT Medical Paramedic

PSD – Protective Security Detail

• Fully integrated team member and contribute to safe and secure conduct

• Of operations and training.

• Commander / driver of designated team vehicles.

• Personal Protection Officer (PPO), as directed.

• Rear Observer, as directed.

• CP (close protection) during team mounted and dismounted operations,

• Both static and mobile.

• Contribute to mission planning and preparation, as well as post-mission

• Reorganization as directed.

• Support post-mission reporting by contributing relevant information in team

• Debriefings and responding to APO managements RFIs.

• Support TL in all aspects of daily team administration, training and other duties.

• Maintain all personal issued weaponry, equipment and clothing to highest standards.

• Contribute to maintenance of team-issued weaponry, equipment and vehicles

• According to respective SET TL’s discretion.

• Maintain high level of Operation Security (OPSEC) standards whilst on duty andon leave.

• Maintain high level of physical fitness, commensurate with SET CP duties

• OPS EMT Medical Paramedic

01 September 2006 – 05 October 2006
MEDICAL STUDIES: MEDITRAX ACADEMY
Rank –Student Medic (BAA)

Course Content:

• The course covers Basic Life Support theory and practice as prescribed by the Health Professions Council of South Africa – Professional Board for Emergency Care Personnel (HPCSA-PBECP)

• Professional Ambulance Practice

• Traumatology

• Emergency Care

• Ambulance Technology

• New car technology

• Disaster Management

• AHA Basic Life Support

January 2002 – January 2005
International Land Base Security: Crown Protection Services UK
Rank – Training Instructor / Close Protection

• Body Guarding & V.I.P and Close Protection & MIB Scotland yard London

• Dog handling / Training (K9) Fire Arm Diversion.

• HR Admin Duties

• VIP Escorts

• Training Instructor

• Health & Safety / Risk Management

• Disaster Planning & Conflict Management

• Crime Prevention

• Fire Fighting

• Medical

• Risk Management & Consulting

• Technology & Communication

• Intelligence & Information

• Training Services

• Protective Security Services

• Security Supervisor & Management Manning over staff 150 etc…

January 2000 – July 2000
Centurion Fire Department
Rank –Fireman

• Using of Jaws of Life Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Set

• Medical Paramedic Training

• Different Types of Fire Hoses & Portable Extinguisher

• Search & Rescue Techniques Land & Water & Buildings

• Rescue Diving and Recovery

• Fire Service Technician.

• Fire Behavior

• Forcible Entry Tools

• Ladders

• Foam

• Water Supply

• Ropes & knots

• Ladders

• Ventilation

• Salvage

• Rescue & Extrication

• Fire Safety Building Construction

• Alarms & Communication

• Rescue Abseiling

 

Interests & Hobbies

• Rugby

• Running

• Gyming

• Ski Diving

• Bungee Jumping

• Shooting

• Swimming