I have spent the last three years working in Incident Management as a Safety Service Patroller with the Virginia Department of Transportation were I patrolled the interstate, monitored the radio in order to sustain traffic flow in the Hampton Roads area. The last eighteen months have been as Foreman were I trained, evaluated, counseled and scheduled personnel on day to day operational needs. As an over-the-road truck driver, I trained personnel in safety regulations, DOT inspections and the overall concept of operating a commercial vehicle on the interstate throughout the continental U.S. and Canada.
I have done several presentations for the Virginia Department of Transportation to show the motoring public how the Smart Traffic center and the Safety Service Patrol keep the interstate clear of incidents. This includes the Teen Safety Carnival, Coleman Place Elementary, and International Municipal Signal Association Executive Director Peter Gum. I also spent a week in Salem, Virginia implementing the Safety Service Patrol program there which had disbanded five years prior. I was awarded Leader of the Second Quarter 2012, and was awarded Employee of the Year 2012,
Responsible for the readiness of assigned shift personnel and equipment.
Develop shift work schedule, and assigned responsibilities.
Coordinated with shift supervisors to determine the nature and location of incidents and organize a safe action plan for the correct response. My greatest achievement is earning the respect of my peers.
Responsible for safe loading, transport and delivery of all petroleum products to customer via bulk tanker. Never had an accident or hazardous spill while loading or unloading. Unsupervised position.
Trained numerous personnel as OTR drivers. Taught safety regulations in accordance with DOT logs, inspections, map reading and all concepts of long haul driving. Four safe driving awards and no accidents.
Gate security/enforce law in accordance with U.S. Navy regulations on a highly restricted naval installation.
M1A1 main battle tank crewman. Security Forces as a secondary MOS. Regular promotions. Honorable discharge.
Daily local driver in the metro Seattle area. Delivered medical equipment with hazardous placards. No accidents. CDL-A
Recieved over 65 credits towards my degree in Fine Arts.
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