Motivated Marine Electrician adept at completing projects on time using professional-level skill and trade knowledge to demonstrate superior performance on job sites.
uclear Quality control(present)
fall protection (present)
ARC flash (present)
Corporate electrical safety(present)
Fiber Optic Technology in accordance with NAVSEA
Fiber Optic cable types, handling and Inspections
Fiber Optic Safety and cleanliness
wire way and cable inspection
SUB SAFE TRAINING(present)
Hazardous communication training x31 (SUB-VCS)
VA Class Sub ISO 14001 General Awareness Training noise control
Emergency action plan VCS General Electrical training cable splicing
MIL-C-83522/16, MIL-28840, MIL-C-5015 SLDR, Heliax.
Copper Connectors – MIL-C-81511, MIL-C-26482, Coaxial, Triaxial.
Shipboard Fire Watch, Confined Space Training 1998, Department
Emergency Action Plan, VCS General Electrical Training, X31 Cable Splicing
VA. Class Subs., ISO14001 General Awareness Training, Noise Control for
VA. Class Subs., X31 Plug Hook-Up VA. Class Subs., SAFE-T-CABLE Training
Signal Cable Splicing-Shielded (VCS), VCS Noise Control DO'S and DONT'S
VIDEO 714, Absence of Voltage Training, Energized Circuits for X31
References available upon request
On The Spot Cash Awards:
Special Act or Service Award:
- 07/13/14 (USS San Antonio/Norfolk Naval Shipyard)
Hazardous Communication Training, X31 Method Awareness (SUB-VCS)
Lockwire Qualifications, Basic Electrical Training 1 and 2, Soldering and Stud-Welding
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