CV, Safety Professional seeking a job in Canada, Australia, UAE

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 15821

Skills keywords: electrical engineering, project management
Short Bio:

A certified Safety Professional with a good combination of engineering, and documentation expertise, and an in-depth knowledge of the safety management industry.
Also have competence and in both Electrical Engineering and Project Management, based on my previous work experiences and academic qualifications, all spelt out out in my resume.

Current location: Rivers, Nigeria - View on map
Nationality: Nigerian
Preferred Sector of Employment:  Oil, Gas and Energy
Spoken languages: english
Location I am interested in working: Australia, canada, qatar, United Arab Emirates

Training And Professional Qualifications

NEBOSH UK: International General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety.
• NEBOSH IGC (Distinction): Deep-Seated Ltd. Dec. 2013

OSHA USA: Occupational Safety and Health Academy.
• OSHAS 132Hr Safety Professional (plus electives): Geigle Safety Group, US. Feb. 2014

Shell Petroleum Development Company
• Basic HSE Competence Course For Supervisors June 2014
• Integrated PTW System July 2014

Charkin Maritime Safety Centre
• Competence certification in Maritime Safety
• Certification in HUET and Survival at Sea April 2013

Member, Nigerian Institute of Safety professionals (GNISP – No. 4024)
• General HSE (GHSE) Jan. 2009
• HSE Level 3 Competence, SPDC Feb. 2009

COMEC Franklin Solar Electricity Consultants
• Proficiency in Solar Electricity Consultancy Feb. 2009

Nigerian Institute of Management
• Proficiency Certification in Management Dec. 2008

Career Summary


QHSE Engineer – 2013 – Date
Shell Petroleum Development Company – Nun River FLB Project
Resourced by: McCXEN Nig Ltd.


• Conduct daily inspections of work activities to ensure compliance with Safety Standards and best practices.

• Perform multiple tasks in a fast paced environment and have the ability to coach contractor organizations and individuals on safety related matters while at the same time demonstrating a commitment to enforce safety rules and practices.

• Participate in risk assessments such as Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), Field Level Risk Assessment (FLRA).

• Participate in daily tool box meetings and scheduled safety meetings to promote courageous leadership, health and safety policy, standards and procedures.

• Provide all necessary daily, weekly and monthly HSE reports.

• Ensure safety data such as accident/incident information, training records and safety documentation is properly documented.

• Build and maintain positive working relationships while recommending solutions to health and safety challenges in the workplace.

• Perform needed tests on site to ensure conformity of material and works according to the client contract specifications.

• Supervise construction works including quantity measurement, quality, variation and testing.

• Ensure that contractors comply with client procedures and work specifications.

• Ensure robust procedures for client quality assurance.

• Achieved up to 90% compliance to safety and 0% LTI free workplace.

Safety Officer – January 2011 – 2013
Advantium Logistics Ltd – Lagos


• Supervising and performs daily monitoring of work progress of staff and other subcontractors. Organizing staff HSE trainings and safety orientations.

• Conduct toolbox meetings and pep talks. Conduct site orientation for every new employee.

• Developing of HSE Awareness and Promotion, and ensure implementation of established HSE system and project specific safety requirements.

• HSE Site Equipment Premob and Routine Inspection, and PTW authentication and enforcement

• Identify JHA management requirements and effect control. .

• Review of HSE manuals and all safety regulations on a regular basis, and recommend suitable changes where necessary. Periodic HSE Performance Monitoring.

• Investigation of every incident and proper record keeping.

• Coordinating Emergency Drills.

• Maintain accident records and other safety documentation.

• Follow up initiated corrective actions as a result of generated assessment.

• Initiated a Safe System of Work that recorded 55% compliance in the first 3 months.

• Achieved a 40% increase in workforce motivation based on administration safety commitment.

Project Assistant – November 2009 – January 2011
Summit Partners Ltd. – Owerri


• Plan the day-to-day activities on site.

• Making sure that progress is completed according to specifications.

• Materials procurement and allocation.

• Work Breakdown and Scheduling.

• Proactively manage changes in project scope, identify potential crises, and devise contingency plans.

• Manpower and labour Management.

• Build, develop, and grow any business relationships vital to the success of the project.

• Resource allocation and management.

• General site maintenance and Supervision.

• Saved the company N750,000 from source procurement and specified allocation.

• Recovered 45% of material resources from on-spot housekeeping.

Electrical Assistant – October 2002 – September 2003
Sinulo Technical Services – Owerri


• Assists in maintainance, and improvement of electrical components, equipment, products, machinery and/or systems.

• Plan, co-ordinate, manage, organise and execute work packages under the supervision of the senior electrical engineer.

• Plan installation tasks to minimize waste of materials and provide access for future maintenance.