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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Executive Profile

Knowledgeable in statutory, regulatory (e.g. various flag State, Classification Societies), client requirements, manning over-sight, and the overall Marine Safety Management System (MSMS), and Health, Safety, Security and Environmental (HSSE) Management System.

Provide services for various marine operations, such as; load-out, sail-away, sea-fastening, lifting, vessel assurance and marine surveys/inspections of seagoing vessels, tugs and barges. These surveys/inspections may take the form of condition & suitability surveys, marine assurance audits (on/off-hire), project suitability, CMID, safety inspections, or a combination of said surveys/inspections. In addition, provide general marine consultancy, client and company representative for all types of marine operations, such as load-out/load-in operations, as well as transportation.

Skill Highlights
  • Marine Internal Auditor Training
  • DPA Requirements
  • Management Code Orientation
  • Company Security Officer
  • Port State Control (PSC)

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  • ISM Code Lead Auditor
  • 40-Hour Lead Auditor (ISO/ISM)
  • Risk Management and Investigation & RCA
  • Taproot® Incident Investigation & RCA
Core Accomplishments

Received Interim Operating Authorization from flag State Administration in recognition for the development of the Non-Tank Vessel Response Plan (NTVRP) in compliance with Section 701 of Coast Guard and Marine Transportation Act of 2004 (Pub. L. 108-293), Title 33, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 155, Subpart D – Response Plan.

Received International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC) from flag and port State Administration in recognition for the development of the Ship Security Plan (SSP), and Ship Security Assessment (SSA).

Received Document of Compliance (DOC) and Safety Management Certificate (SMC) from International Association of Classification Societies (IACS)[1] in recognition for the development of a Marine Safety Management System, and International Safety Management (ISM) System. [1] American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), and DNV·GL

Professional Experience
QHSSE/Marine Regulatory Compliance/CSO , 08/2016 - 01/2017
Omni Hotels San Diego, CA,
Basic Function: Monitor compliance with company Marine Safety Management System (MSMS), Health, Safety, Security and Environmental (HSSE) Management System, including, client and regulatory requirements, improve and promote safety and performance, and ensure that risk of loss or damage are reduced.
 
Accountability:

  • Assist in development, implementation and monitoring of a Marine Safety Management System (MSMS), and Health, Safety, Security and Environmental (HSSE) Management System in conjunction with Client's existing policies and procedures, including controlling, updating and distributing relevant parts to all applicable assets controlled by the company.
  • Responsible for the assurance of security as noted in CFR Title 33 (Navigation and Navigable Waters), Chapter I (Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security), subchapter H (Maritime Security); Part §104 (Maritime Security: Vessels), and Part §105 (Maritime Security: Ports), and ISPS Code.
  • Advise on administrative matters related to marine crew (company and contingent worker sourcing) onboard all allocated assets and ensuring that they are sufficiently qualified for onboard position/task (STCW, MMD, CoC, etc.).
  • Advise of pending changes in regulations, class rules and industry standards affecting training policies and practices.
  • Responsible for interfacing with flag and coastal state agencies, Classification Societies, the International Maritime Organization (IMO), multiple international standards organizations and industry organizations in facilitating resolution of compliance and regulatory issues on behalf of Company.
  • Ensure asset compliance with all Class Societies or other applicable Authority requirements.
  • Advise Client of requirements and liaise with service providers to ensure asset compliance with applicable Authority requirements (e.g.
  • US EPA National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), Vessel General Permit (VGP)), NOAA, VRP/NTVRP (including PREP requirements), SOPEP, MTSA/ISPS Code, and applicable HSE related material).
  • Provide management services for various marine operations, vessel assurance and marine surveys/inspections of seagoing vessels.
  • These surveys/inspections may take the form of condition & suitability surveys, marine assurance audits (on/off-hire), project suitability, safety inspections, or a combination of the above. Examples of such are:.
  • all OCIMF activities for including OVID, OVPQ & OVMSA.
  • represent the company in industry groups, Customer/Client work groups for HSSE and operations/management.
  • compliance verification audits/inspections for internal/external marine assurance.
Asset Integrity Manager, QHSSE/Marine Regulatory Compliance Systems (DPA/CSO), 03/2013 - 07/2016
Graham Gulf, Inc. City, STATE,
Report to the Chief Executive Officer on effectiveness of company Integrated Management System, using information obtained from monitoring, audits and reviews. Work closely with all inter-company departments in direct support of customer QHSE and marine assurance documentation needs to ensure the company’s QHSE performance, marine assurance programs are accurately communicated to the customer.
 
Duties:
  • Responsible for the assurance of security as noted in CFR Title 33 (Navigation and Navigable Waters), Chapter I (Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security), subchapter H (Maritime Security); Part §104 (Maritime Security: Vessels).
  • Assist in development, implementation and monitoring of the Safety Management System (SMS) Manual within the Company (as per Resolution A.741 (18) as amended by MSC.104 (73), Section 4), including controlling, updating and distributing relevant parts of the SMS to all applicable assets controlled by the company.
  • Liaise with internal company Department Managers on compliance related issues.
  • Develop Audit Plans, including administering, scheduling and/or attending audits as identified and necessary for Customers/Clients, internal, flag State, Port State Control and as applicable to relevant parts of Resolution A.741 (18), and CFR Title 33 Part §105.
  • Responsible for administrative matters related to marine and technical crew onboard all allocated ships and ensuring that they are sufficiently qualified for their task.
  • Advise of all changes in regulations, class rules and industry standards affecting corporate training policies and practices.
  • Responsible for interfacing with flag and coastal state agencies, Classification Societies, the International Maritime Organization (IMO), multiple international standards organizations and industry organizations in facilitating resolution of compliance and regulatory issues on behalf of Company.
  • Ensure asset compliance with all Class Societies or other applicable Authority requirements.
  • Manage all OCIMF activities for company including OVID, OVPQ & OVMSA. Represent the company in industry groups for QHSE and operations/management.
  • Monitor the safety and pollution prevention aspects of the operation of all Company assets. Ensure that adequate resources and shore-based support is applied. Monitor online contractor management databases (e.g. ISNetworld®, NCMS, PEC Premier), and update/provide information as applicable.
  • Manage corporate and contractor drug and alcohol testing; monitor and provide information to drug and alcohol consortium (e.g. DISA), and online contractor management databases.
  • Participate in investigations of Incidents, Material Damage and Near Miss as required by the Company. Maintain an updated register of Injuries, Incidents, Near Miss, Non-conformity reports, etc. as required by the Company. Including but not limited to:
  • Safety Performance Report;
  • HSE/Man-hour reports;
  • Injury/Incident reports;
  • Client-based reports.
Marine Compliance Manager (Designated Person Ashore & Company Security Officer), 09/2005 - 03/2013
Cal Dive International, Inc City, STATE,
Report to the Director, Quality & Compliance on effectiveness of Company Integrated Management System, using information obtained from monitoring, audits and reviews.
 
Duties:
  • Responsible for the assurance of security as noted in the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Chapter XI-2, International Ship & Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code Part A, and CFR Title 33 (Navigation and Navigable Waters), Chapter I (Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security), subchapter H (Maritime Security); Part §101 (Maritime Security: General), Part §103 (Maritime Security: Area Maritime Security), Part §104 (Maritime Security: Vessels), §105 (Maritime Security: Facilities), and §106 (Maritime Security: Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Facilities).
  • Responsible for the development of the Marine Safety Management System (MS2) Manual within the Company (as per Resolution A.741 (18) as amended by MSC.104 (73), Section 4), including controlling, updating and distributing relevant parts of the MS2 to all applicable assets controlled by the Company.
  • Assist in development, implementation and monitoring of Company Integrated Management System.
  • Liaise with internal Company Department Managers on compliance related issues.
  • Develop Audit Plans, including administering, scheduling and/or attending audits as identified and necessary for Customers/Clients, internal, flag State, Port State Control and as applicable to relevant parts of Resolution A.741 (18), SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and the ISPS Code, and CFR Title 33 Part §104 and §105.
  • Maintain Corrective Action Database, including the maintenance of asset certifications required by Class Societies or other applicable Authority is current and adequate.
  • Plan, schedule and participate in Company Management Review meetings.
  • Responsible to the Director, Fleet and Equipment for administrative matters related to marine and technical crew onboard all allocated ships and ensuring that they are sufficiently qualified for their task.  Advise of all changes in regulations, class rules and industry standards affecting corporate training policies and practices.
  • Responsible for interfacing with flag and coastal state agencies, Classification Societies, the International Maritime Organization (IMO), multiple international standards organizations and industry organizations in facilitating resolution of compliance and regulatory issues on behalf of Company.
  • Ensure asset compliance with all Class Societies or other applicable Authority requirements.
  • Assist the Director, Fleet and Equipment with developing specifications for modifications / conversion, dry-docking / refit and Class survey as required.  Assist during dock work as agreed with the responsible Line Manager.
  • Monitor the safety and pollution prevention aspects of the operation of all Company assets.  Ensure that adequate resources and shore-based support is applied.
  • Ensure that reports are routed to the applicable Authorities as required by regulations and procedures.
  • Participate in investigations of Incidents, Material Damage and Near Miss within the Marine Management as required by the Company.
Various, 05/1995 - 11/2007
Stolt Offshore – North Americas Region (NAMex) (formally Stolt Comex Seaway Inc.; Formally Ceanic Co City, STATE,
  • Compliance Advisor (Designated Person Ashore & Company Security Officer) (October 2005 – December 2007)
  • Company Security Officer (CSO) (October 2003 – October 2005)
  • Assistant to Fleet & Technical Manager (October 2002 – October 2005)
  • Designated Person Ashore (DPA) (November 1999 – October 2005)
  • Crewing / Logistics Coordinator (October 1999 – June 2000)
  • Y2K Program Administrator (February 1999 – January 2000)
  • Safety and Environmental Technician (September 1996 – February 1999)
  • Warehouse Supervisor / Purchasing Agent (October 1995 – September 1996)
  • Shop hand (June 1995 – October 1995)
Education
High School Diploma: , Expected in 1987
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New Iberia Senior High - New Iberia, LA
GPA:
: , Expected in 1992
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University of Southwestern Louisiana (USL) University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) - Lafayette, LA
GPA:
Continuing Education: Marine Management/Survey, Expected in
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Maritime Training Academy - Farnham, Surrey
GPA:
Continuing Education: Marine Management/Survey, Expected in
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Lloyd's Maritime Academy - London,
GPA:
Languages
Spanish (Castilian)
Skills
Microsoft Office, Visio, AutoCAD (Entry Level), SharePoint

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School Attended

  • New Iberia Senior High
  • University of Southwestern Louisiana (USL) University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL)
  • Maritime Training Academy
  • Lloyd's Maritime Academy

Job Titles Held:

  • QHSSE/Marine Regulatory Compliance/CSO
  • Asset Integrity Manager, QHSSE/Marine Regulatory Compliance Systems (DPA/CSO)
  • Marine Compliance Manager (Designated Person Ashore & Company Security Officer)
  • Various

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  • High School Diploma
  • Continuing Education
  • Continuing Education

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