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Jessica
Claire
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Professional Summary

Extensive shipyard industrial trades background, knowledge of ships force and code functions and responsibilities to perform valid independent inspections of shipboard multi-trade work areas where industrial process equipment operations, working conditions, and materials handled may create hazardous or adverse conditions.

Skills
  • First Aid/CPR
  • OSHA 5410 Occupational Safety and Health Standard for the Maritime Industry
  • OSHA 3095 Electrical Standards
  • OSHA 521 Guide to Industrial Hygiene
  • OSHA 3115 Fall Protection
  • OSHA 10
  • Shipyard competent person train course with yearly refreshers
  • Proficient in 8010 Industrial Ship Safety Manual
  • Proficient in NAVSEA Standard Items
  • Certified welder: FCAW, SAW, GMAW, SMAW
  • Works well independently
Education
Columbia Southern University Orange Beach, AL Expected in 01/2024 Bachelors Of Science : Occupational Safety And Health Management - GPA :
Clark College Vancouver, WA Expected in 06/2012 Certificate of Proficiency Welding Technology : Welding Technology - GPA :
Work History
Job Corps - Lead Safety USS McCampbell
West Henrietta, NY, 10/2020 - Current
  • Inspected work practices and procedures for compliance with company and federal regulations.
  • Offered craft coaching on observed at-risk work habits to minimize accidents and increase workplace safety.
  • Analyzed onsite incidents and instituted precautionary measures to reduce risk and severity of workplace injuries.
  • Have ability to analyze ship safety operations to report discrepancies, recommend remedial action, advise officials on status of programs projected plans or problems and present recommendations of policies or procedures for attaining goals.
  • Maintained production work practices to ensure rules, regulations, or safety programs are being observed.
  • Held bi-weekly NAVSEA/8010 hot work and general safety training for crafts
  • Have thorough knowledge to perform safety inspections of naval ships undergoing overhaul, conversion or repair to identify the following; improperly controlled toxic and hazardous materials, excess material cluttering ships, oil or debris accumulation in or around ships equipment, equipment improperly protected from damage service lines improperly routed, inadequate fire/flooding protection and develop solutions in solving safety related issues associated with production work.
  • Conducted daily safety inspections on the vessel and work areas, to identify unsafe or unhealthy practices, procedures, or working conditions, investigated mishaps, and promoted industrial safety awareness concepts using Operation Risk Management, Job Hazard Analysis to minimize safety concerns and achieve compliance with established regulations.
  • Directly interact with Project Managers, contractors and subcontractors government safety representatives, and ships force representatives to maintain safe working conditions during project availability.
  • Signing member of Fire Safety Counsel.
Vigor Marine - Shipyard Competent Person, (Gas Free Inspection)
City, STATE, 05/2019 - Current
  • Maintained a safe workplace by testing all confined spaces daily prior to each days repairs.
  • Gas free of all spaces prior to all hot work activities.
  • Attended daily production meetings with ships crew, production, and supervisors.
  • Audited all hot work sites throughout the day maintaining safe work practices.
  • Maintained Marine Chemist certifications.
  • Coordinated with all crafts to remove unsafe working discrepancies.
  • Conducted daily audits of craft JHA.
  • Composed daily OSHA 74 logs.
  • Worked closely with crafts to maintain safe work practices on the deck plates.
  • Used stop work authority to counsel crafts on unsafe work practices.
Portland Community College - Welding Instructor
City, STATE, 09/2018 - Current
  • Used various teaching methods to decrease learning gaps and increase student motivation for long-term educational success.
  • Maximized student success by keeping up-to-date on course material.
  • Trained 25 students on various welding tasks and used diverse instructional methods to increase identifying and long-term educational success.
Vigor Marine - Journeyman Welder Level 2
City, STATE, 02/2014 - Current
  • Interpreted verbal and written instructions from work orders and welding blueprints.
  • Clamped, held, tack-welded, heat-bent and bolted component parts to achieve required configurations and positions.
  • Removed and repaired unacceptable welds with air arc and grinder to meet quality guidelines.
  • Completed welding projects using gas metal arc, flux-cored arc, plasma arc and shielded metal arc equipment.
  • Welded in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions.
  • Set up and operated shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Welded parts using arc, gas-shielded arc, submerged arc and gas equipment.
Vigor Marine - Ship Safety USS Chosin and USS Charleston
City, STATE, 04/2020 - 07/2020
  • Recognized, documented and advised on removal of hazards.
  • Responded to any emergencies as instructed and with utmost efficiency.
  • Identified and eliminated potential safety code deficits.
  • Checked written JSAs and permits for adherence to regulations.
  • Attended daily safety walks of vessel with government and ships force.
  • Audited hot work locations for safe work practices.
  • Gas free testing of spaces before each days repairs or entry of confined spaces.
  • Called out Marine Chemist certification requests.
  • Attended daily work plan meetings with production group, contractors, ships force, and government.
  • Assisted with proper ventilation set up for spaces with contaminated air quality.
Vigor Marine - Hot Work Coordinator, USS Coronado
City, STATE, 04/2019 - 11/2019
  • First person in the Portland yard to become a Hot Work Inspector spearheading an initiative to identify hazards, deficiencies and trends and to implement corrective action. Working independently with minimal on-site supervision.
  • Detailed knowledge of various hot work processes, related hazards, and acceptable mitigations including ventilation, cut-back, and containment construction.
  • Detailed understanding of hot work approval and control process. Including: work site preparation, hot work supervisor, mechanic, and fire watch responsibilities, and authorizing official authority.
  • Detailed understanding of Industrial Ship Safety for Fire Prevention and response and hot work procedures using required NFPA, NAVSEA, and Industrial Ship Safety Manual instructions and safety management tools. Specifics include familiarity with hot work requirements and the responsibility of the Hot Work Inspector for inspecting compliance and maintaining administrative controls.
  • Have a thorough understanding of shock hazard prevention, gas free engineering and hot work practices

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Columbia Southern University
  • Clark College

Job Titles Held:

  • Lead Safety USS McCampbell
  • Shipyard Competent Person, (Gas Free Inspection)
  • Welding Instructor
  • Journeyman Welder Level 2
  • Ship Safety USS Chosin and USS Charleston
  • Hot Work Coordinator, USS Coronado

Degrees

  • Bachelors Of Science
  • Certificate of Proficiency Welding Technology

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