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Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Versatile occupational health and safety director with hands-on expertise in multiple industries. Highly engaging team builder supports employee improvement and development in fast-paced, diverse workforce environments.

Skills
  • Safety audits
  • Protective equipment
  • Hazardous materials handling
  • Safety and compliance inspections
  • Records/files maintenance
  • Team Building
  • Preventative Measures
  • OSHA Standards and Codes
  • Occupational Health Hazards
  • Safety Courses
  • Risk management
  • Meeting leadership
  • Bloodborne pathogen analysis
  • Training development
  • Program activities
Work History
Safety Coordinator/Laboratory Manager, 08/2010 - Current
Upmc West Mifflin, PA,
  • Conducted investigations into incidents and reported on findings.
  • Investigated accidents and hazardous incidents to determine cause and made recommendations for corrective action.
  • Recommended changes to company culture in order to improve safety and meet changing demands.
Paramedic Supervisor, 05/2006 - 03/2008
Upmc Muncy, PA,
  • Communicated with treatment center personnel and dispatchers to provide information about situation, arrange reception of victims and receive instructions for further treatment.
  • Triaged injuries by communicating with patients, bystanders and family members, and identified appropriate medical facility for transport.
  • Executed emergency diagnostic procedures to treat patients, including stomach suction, airway management and heart monitoring.
  • Evaluated patient vital signs and status to determine care needs using pulse oximeters and electronic vital sign machines.
  • Adapted treatment plans quickly and effectively based on changing patient conditions and reactions.
  • Responded to [Number] daily emergencies per [Timeframe], working alongside firemen and EMTs.
  • Prioritized tasks to provide effective care for over [Number] daily patients.
  • Communicated with lucid patients to gather incident and medical history information.
  • Restocked ambulance with proper equipment such as vents, ET tubes, medication and IV pump tubing to maintain optimum inventory.
  • Used [Software] to accurately document services provided to reduce liability and improve patient care.
  • Assessed patient condition through physical and verbal exams and by collecting information from others at scene.
  • Performed intubations to secure airway in patients under respiratory and cardiac arrest.
  • Trained [Number] EMTs in basic life support skills, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation, oxygen therapy, wound care, patient history elicitation and splinting.
  • Identified appropriate medications based on potential interactions with other medicines, accurately calculating correct dosages according to drugs on hand and patient's weight.
  • Administered fluid replacement via IV, IO and IM to replace fluid volumes and correct electrolyte imbalances.
  • Administered continuous 12-lead electrocardiogram monitoring to record heart rhythms in patients with acute coronary syndrome.
  • Communicated with medical professionals in medical terms to relay patient needs and maintain accuracy.
  • Conducted equipment and vehicle checks to maintain continuous and safe operation.
  • Used [Software] to collect data on triaging, medications and patient conditions.
  • Stayed in constant communication with patients to continuously maintain care and comfort during transportation.
  • Worked en-route to hospital to prepare patients for arrival or surgery and control wounds.
  • Administered tests and medication to stabilize patients in field or in transit.
  • Delegated life-saving tasks to provide comprehensive treatment to triaged patients in emergency situations.
  • Developed and maintained rapport with coworkers and local hospital staff to facilitate efficient patient care.
Paramedic Supervisor, 03/1990 - 02/2006
Life Care City, STATE,
  • Communicated with treatment center personnel and dispatchers to provide information about situation, arrange reception of victims and receive instructions for further treatment.
  • Triaged injuries by communicating with patients, bystanders and family members, and identified appropriate medical facility for transport.
  • Executed emergency diagnostic procedures to treat patients, including stomach suction, airway management and heart monitoring.
  • Evaluated patient vital signs and status to determine care needs using pulse oximeters and electronic vital sign machines.
  • Adapted treatment plans quickly and effectively based on changing patient conditions and reactions.
  • Responded to [Number] daily emergencies per [Timeframe], working alongside firemen and EMTs.
  • Prioritized tasks to provide effective care for over [Number] daily patients.
  • Communicated with lucid patients to gather incident and medical history information.
  • Restocked ambulance with proper equipment such as vents, ET tubes, medication and IV pump tubing to maintain optimum inventory.
  • Used [Software] to accurately document services provided to reduce liability and improve patient care.
  • Assessed patient condition through physical and verbal exams and by collecting information from others at scene.
  • Performed intubations to secure airway in patients under respiratory and cardiac arrest.
  • Trained [Number] EMTs in basic life support skills, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation, oxygen therapy, wound care, patient history elicitation and splinting.
  • Identified appropriate medications based on potential interactions with other medicines, accurately calculating correct dosages according to drugs on hand and patient's weight.
  • Administered fluid replacement via IV, IO and IM to replace fluid volumes and correct electrolyte imbalances.
  • Administered continuous 12-lead electrocardiogram monitoring to record heart rhythms in patients with acute coronary syndrome.
  • Communicated with medical professionals in medical terms to relay patient needs and maintain accuracy.
  • Conducted equipment and vehicle checks to maintain continuous and safe operation.
  • Used [Software] to collect data on triaging, medications and patient conditions.
  • Stayed in constant communication with patients to continuously maintain care and comfort during transportation.
  • Administered tests and medication to stabilize patients in field or in transit.
  • Worked en-route to hospital to prepare patients for arrival or surgery and control wounds.
  • Delegated life-saving tasks to provide comprehensive treatment to triaged patients in emergency situations.
  • Developed and maintained rapport with coworkers and local hospital staff to facilitate efficient patient care.
Motor on Drilling Rig, 06/1981 - 03/1988
Power Rig Drilling City, STATE,
  • Rigged cables and pipes in configurations to support loads and maintain crew safety.
  • Worked at heights and in confined spaces without difficulty.
  • Used radios and hand signals to coordinate communication between equipment operators and ground workers.
  • Operated equipment such as fork trucks and [Type] cranes to meet challenging daily demands.
  • Worked independently in fast-paced environment while meeting productivity and quality expectations.
  • Learned how to complete [Task] and [Task] with minimal supervision, contributing to successful [Result].
  • Demonstrated safe and proper operations of [Type] and [Type] equipment to prevent harm to team members or equipment.
  • Changed out parts, fixed systems and refurbished elements to complete repairs on different types of small engines.
  • Lubricated, cleaned and repaired parts and components to carry out effective small engine preventative and reparative maintenance processes.
  • Organized and maintained hand tools and equipment used daily to maximize work performance.
Education
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1981
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Hicks High School - Hicks La.,
GPA:
Associate of Science: Paramedic, Expected in
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Lamar Salter Tech. College - Leesville, LA,
GPA:
No Degree: OSHA 10 OSHA 30 , Expected in
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Washington X - Washington,
GPA:

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School Attended

  • Hicks High School
  • Lamar Salter Tech. College
  • Washington X

Job Titles Held:

  • Safety Coordinator/Laboratory Manager
  • Paramedic Supervisor
  • Paramedic Supervisor
  • Motor on Drilling Rig

Degrees

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  • Associate of Science
  • No Degree

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