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Ordinary Seaman

Education, Experience & Location
Resume ID: 107563
Location: USA MD Silver Spring
Education: 2-yr Degree
Experience: 1 Year

Willing to work any maritime related employment if given an opportunity.

Work Experience
January 2, 2008 to January 29, 2008
Global Industries Offshore, LLC
Ordinary Seaman

Standing watch and lookout on the wheel house during navigation.
Secure mooring lines during docking and undocking maneuvers.
Deck maintenance such as cleaning, mopping, rust chipping and painting.

November 2, 2004 to November 21, 2007
Target Corporation (Dept. Store), USA
Overnight Stocker/Logistics

Pull merchandise from the stockroom for
push to the sales floor.
Back stock of all excess merchandise from the
sales floor.
Stocking of merchandise in boxes from
receiving and delivery trucks.
Keep the receiving area and stockroom clean and safe.

May 4, 2000 – June 5, 2000
Supply Oilfield Services/Allseas Marine Contractors,
Rigger/Ordinary Seaman

Perform cargo handling during the transfer of
pipes from supply vessel to the pipelay vessel.
Perform routine job during navigation of the
vessel such as chipping/removing of rust, painting,
deck cleaning and maintaining the conditions of the
gears and machinery.
Line handling during the ship-side of the
supply vessel.
Assist to the engineers and mechanics duringthe repair, removing and replacing the spare parts of machinery and equipment of the vessel.

March 11,1999 – December 11, 1999
Sea Power Shipping Enterprises/Polembros Maritime Co.
Ltd., International
Ordinary Seaman

Line handling with the AB’s during docking
and undocking; ship-to-ship and ship to shore terminal
loading and discharging operations.
Chipping rust , painting, cleaning and
routine maitenance on deck.
Duty as watchman with the AB’s during loading
and discharging operations.

July 27, 1997 – August 16, 1997
LKS Construction & Development Corporation,

Erect , rigging and assembly of structural
framing of the industrial and commercial buildings.
Perform rigging and segregation of
structural frames such as columns, beams and
girders cross bracing.
Perform rigging and hand signals to the
operators in light and heavy lifts.
Assist to the crane operator in preparation
and mounting the cranes in the proper place and

May 24, 1992 – May 24,1993
Mohammad Al-Mojil Group/Flour Daniel (Flour Arabia),
Steelworker (REF) – Rigger/Erector/Fabricator

Assist to the fabricators in revision of the
platform structures, auxiliary platforms, pipe rack,
railings and other structural frames.
Erect and installation of all the fabricated
materials for revised facilities and structural frames
such as beams, girders, diagonal braces and columns.
Perform all rigging and hand signals to the
operators during the light and heavy lifts.

June 27, 1991 – December 20, 1991
Atlantic Gulf & Pacific (AG&P), Philippines

Erect of beams, girders and columns for the
floor framing of 36-storey structural building.
Loading and unloading of beams, girders and
columns from fabrication shop to construction site.
Installation of machineries and equipments.

July 10, 1988 – September 1, 1990
Baltazar Abejo Labor Contractor & Gen. Merchandise,

Erect of structural frames and columns for
belt and screw conveyors connecting to coal storage.
Remove and replace of long travel rails of
overhead crane.
Assemble and disassemble of wheels on ship
Refilling of drums and rollers of conveyors
from pack house to ship loader.
Pull-out and repair of the traveling car
fitted on the conveyors.
Pull-out and replace of main water supply
pipe lines of entire plant.

1995 Three Year Associate in Marine Transportation
Misamis Institute of Technology
Ozamis City, Philippines

HUET + (API RP T-7), Expiration 11/01/2012

Rigger Safety (API RP 2D May 2007 6th Ed.), Expiration 11/01/2012
SafeGulf (Date Taken October 31, 2007)

Hazwoper Awareness (29 CFR 1910.120)

Hazcom (29 CFR 1910.1200)

Respiratory Protection (29 CFR 1910.134)

Atmospheric Testing (29 CFR 1910.146)(29 CFR 250.409)

Fall Protection (29 CFR 1926.509)(29 CFR 1926.502)(29 CFR 1926.503)
LOTO-Lock Out Tag Out(29 CFR 1910.147)

Confined Space (29 CFR 1910.147)

Asbestos Awareness, Bloodborne Pathogens, Benzene Awareness, NORM Awareness, DOT HM 126 Awareness, Forklift Safety

Merchant Mariners Document, MMD (Z – Card)

Basic North Sea Course (BNSC/BOSIET)- Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training, Basic Safety and Emergency Preparedness; April 24 – 28, 2000

Certificate of Completion – GTF (General Tanker
Familiarization); January 18 – 28, 1999

Certificate of Completion – RFPNW (Ratings Forming Part of
Navigational Watch (Deck Watchkeeping); January 29 –
February 5, 1999

Certificate of Completion – PSSR (Personal Safety and
Social Responsibility); October 6 – 10, 1997

Certificate of Completion – PADAMS (Prevention of
Alcohol and Drugs in the Maritime Sectors); October 3
– 4, 1997

Certificate of Completion – MARPOL 1 (Maritime
Pollution 73/78 Annex 1; September 30 – October 4,

Certificate of Completion – HR (Human Relationship)
September 30-Oct. 4, 1997

Basic Safety Course (BSC) Training – Personal
Survival, Medical Emergency Basic Training, Basic Fire
Fighting, Survival Swimming; April 29 – May 4, 1996

Certificate of Attendance – Junior Programming; Oct.
23 – December 6, 1995

Certificate of Trade Test – Steelworker (SW) –
Rigger/Erector/Fabricator; March 27, 1992

Ordinary Seaman, Rigger, Steel Erector

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