To come shore side in the maritime industry where I can utilize my environmental and health background.
2003-Present American Maritime Officers, USA
Responsibilities: Officer in charge of navigational watch, ship security officer, medical officer, safety officer. Supervision of docking and cargo operations, prepare and update vessel voyage plans. Experience on RO/RO (roll on/roll off), multi-product chemical tankers, grain/bulk freighters, fibre optic cable lay, and military operation vessels.
2001-2003 Entergy Nuclear Northeast Nuclear Power Station, New York USA
Site Plant Industrial Hygienist
Responsibilities: Consult and monitor environmental and occupational health aspects for jobs performed at plant. Ensure federal, state and local regulatory compliance. Job hazard analysis areas include: heat stress, indoor air quality and ventilation, chemical evaluations, noise, asbestos, lead, hazardous materials and waste. Confined space entries, lock out / tag out procedures, proper PPE (personal protective equipment) use, personal monitoring for exposure limits, ergonomics, accident investigation and root cause analysis and all other health and safety issues.
2000-2001 Consolidated Edison, New York USA
Safety Specialist-Facilities Management
Responsibilities: Coordinate with planning and operational departments to ensure environmental and safety compliance. Including: hazardous waste disposal and storage, construction projects, asbestos project monitor, emergency response to environmental releases, health and safety plan approval, chemical use approval, lead abatements, PCB (polychlorinated biphenyls) removal, machine-guarding and other safety and health issues.
1999-2000 NYCOSH (NY Committee on Occupational Safety and Health) New York
Responsibilities: Conduct training and disseminate occupational health information. Training topics: hazardous waste management, confined space entry, hazard communication and chemical safety, asbestos, chemical safety, blood-borne pathogens and infectious disease, workers’ compensation, health and safety laws and other inclusive topics.
1994-1998 American Maritime Officers
Hunter College, City University of New York, USA, 1998-2000 Master of Science in Environmental and Occupational Health (1999 NIOSH – National Institute Occupational Safety and Health Scholarship recipient)
Maritime College, State University of New York, USA, 1990-1998 Bachelor of Science in Meteorology and Oceanography
Chief Mate unlimited tonnage, 1600 ton master: oceans or near coastal Radar/ ARPA GMDSS (global maritime distress and safety system)
40 hour Medical Person in Charge (First Aid / CPR / AED)
Instructor, Supervisor and Assessor (Train the Trainer) Qualification
Fast Rescue Boat
Ship and Company Security Officer
Small Arms Anti-Terrorism level 1
APEC (afloat environmental protection coordinator)
CBR-D (chemical biological radiological - defense)
Heat Stress and Hearing Conservation Afloat
80-hour tank ship dangerous liquids (tankerman assist)
60-hour LNG PIC (liquefied natural gas - person in charge)
35 hour ECDIS (electronic chart display information systems)
Urinalysis Collector / Breath Alcohol Tester
Crew Endurance Management
DOT HAZMAT Modules
Basic Safety Training and Bridge Resource Management
All Deck Upgrade STCW Courses Completed for License
Excellent writing skills, have done policy and training development. I also have very good verbal/communication skills. I am a hard worker and quick learner.
Willing to work abroad. Also will consider part-time or per diem type of work.