I am experienced in the Oil & Gas industry both infield and administrative, on-shore and off-shore Rig Management, Equipment Maintenance, Health, Safety & Environmental services Pipeline Field Safety Consultant recently in North Dakota. I am currently looking to expand my career field. If you have an opening for someone in this area you will see that my resume demonstrates a person of unusual dedication, efficiency, and drive. My experience and achievements include: The crossover training of the High-Five program for safety in the work place. A higher respect in the "field" toward Safety, rather than a "What happens in the Field stays in the field." Thought-line has been established. Coordination and rebuilding of a new Health, Safety & Environmental Innovations program. I have enclosed a copy of my resume, and look forward to examining any of the ways you feel my background And skills would benefit your Company..; while I prefer not to use my current employer's time taking Personal calls at work; with discretion you can reach me at 701)330-5869 to initiate contact. Let's talk! Yours, John Paul HallField-Level ERP Awareness Orientations,Field-level ERP Drills,Field-Level ERP Tabletop Exercises (for both regulated and non-regulated ERPs),Field-Level ERP Simulation Exercises (for both regulated and non-regulated ERPs),Field/Corporate-Level Full Deployment Exercises (as required by regulations). Ensured quality ERP support, education and training is provided to our Business Partners to augment continuous improvement efforts and to improve ERP Program performance. Coordinated general communications and raising awareness levels regarding the progress and objectives of emergency preparedness. Ensured that all ERP activations are recorded in the incident tracking software.
Understanding of Loss Control, accidents investigation and root cause (4/2014) analysis.
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills
I have worked in production in the field on rigs for both Gas and Oil.
I have worked off-shore in the Gulf and Indonesia.
I have worked on land in the US.
Primarily Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Utah and North Dakota.
I have worked as a floor hand all the way up to Rig Manager.
I transferred to the Health, Environmental, and Safety Field 5 years ago.
I have been here ever since and I like it with all that it entails.
Industry training / Certifications I have drilled for 3 companies on Top Drive Rigs, Compound rigs, and work over rigs for a total of 7 years not to mention Being Rig Manager "Tool Pusher".
Rig Experience I have currently 16 years rig and pipeline experience.
My primary experience is in the Oil and Gas industry.
However, I do have experience in the Pipeline industry when layoffs were in process.
Enerplus Resources GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES AND RESPONSBILITIESMarch 2014 to July 2015Safety & Social Responsibility Field Advisor Watford City, ND
I was in the Army active duty and Currently I am in the Army National Guard for the State of North Dakota.
Health & Safety
Responsible for development, validation, communication and training material development of Corporate Standards/Procedures/Guidelines (SPGs) to ensure consistent implementation of health & safety across Enerplus.
Created effective two-way communication between Operations, Development Services and Business Partners and HS Field Advisors to promote sharing of best practices and to enhance program ownership and development.
Provided health and safety subject matter expert support to Operations, Development Services and Business Partners to improve safety performance through the four A's; Auditing, Assessing, Advising and Assisting.
Provided support within health & safety department to aid HS Team leader in efforts to continually improve overall S&SR Management System implementation and effectiveness.
Participated in HSRE Action Committee, Superintendent and Operations Leadership meetings, as required.
Ensured quality HS support, education and training is provided to our Operations, Development Services and Business Partners to augment continuous improvement efforts and to improve operational safety performance.
Developed and implemented awareness training sessions on corporate HS Standards, Policies and Guidelines.
Provided safety bulletins, alerts and incident investigation reports to appropriate internal and external stakeholders.
Present incident investigation findings and proposed action plans to HSRE Action Committee, as required.
Support operational field level safety meetings on a monthly basis by coaching leaders to develop, deliver and facilitate these meetings.
Support and coordinate field level site audits and inspections.
Ensure tracking and follow-up of S&SR action items from site inspections, audits and incident investigations, etc.
Responsible for conducting new employee and contractor HS orientations and "Intro to the Field" orientations as required.
Responsible for collecting/reviewing area performance scorecard measures, i.e.
hazard ID's, incidents, etc.
and determining items for company-wide review.
Responsible for reviewing/evaluating new and changing OH&S regulations/legislation and their impact to Enerplus.
Participate on industry associations/committees on behalf of Enerplus, as required (i.e.
Led/support implementation of short and long term programs/strategies to enhance contractor management and improve safety performance.
Responsible to provide S&SR (Safety & Social Responsibility) advice/support for turnaround, shutdown, and pre-start up safety reviews.
Accountable to encourage safe work behaviors/attitudes through an active field presence.
Develop and implement awareness training sessions on corporate HS standards, policies and guidelines.
Ensure quality HS support, education and training is provided to our Operations, Development Services and Business Partners to augment continuous improvement efforts and to improve operational safety performance.
Responsible to ensure appropriate internal S&SR department notification are completed.
Led incident investigations relating to high severity or high potential incidents, and ensure that proper regulatory reporting is completed.
Facilitate incident investigations relating to medium or low potential events.
Ensure that all incidents are recorded in the incident database.
Complete statistical analysis, trending and prepare Corporate S&SR scorecards and reports.
Emergency Response (Secondary) Supported the maintenance of corporate and site specific ERPs.
Scope & ImpactAuthorized Trainer
Provided advice, counsel and strategic guidance on emergency response and loss control issues that cross business units, functional areas and contracted external alliances Evaluated event investigation progress at all levels and all organization.
Provided direction to consistent application of Health & Safety and Emergency Response system and supporting management by providing functional leadership and support.
Provided alignment of Health & Safety/Emergency Preparedness systems with overall goals and mission of the S&SR Department Worked with industry and government organizations as their work relates to Health & Safety/Emergency Preparedness and the development of related legislation Ensured sustained integration of health and safety mindset and processes/tools into the management system and processes Implemented processes to capture and share event learning's across the organizations Participated in high risk associated event investigation and support delivery of these investigation to HSRE Action Committee Provided leadership, technical support and user training for the incident management tool Established credible networks of peers in related organizations and industry associations in sharing best in class practices Assessed emergency response and event investigation progress at all levels and all geographic operations throughout the organization Participated in high risk associated event investigation.
CHALENGES OF THE ROLE
Working with multiple business partners who have diverse and sometimes conflicting needs.
think and act creatively.
Travel to remote locations, and some evening and weekend hours.
This position was responsible to manage extensive field travel (i.e.
minimum 50% per month).
JCAMM Safety ConsultantsApril 2011 to January 2014Safety Consultant Minot, ND
Monitored safe work practice and compliance with all company policies and procedures.
Attended and direct Plan of the Day (POD) and Plan of the Task (POT) meetings daily Conducted complete Jobsite Safety Audits Performed complete investigations of all incidents Violations of policy, procedure, or safe practice Worked closely with superintendents and supervisors to monitor compliance with policies, procedures, and safe practices.
Assist in Field based, Behavioral Based Safety Observations Draft and submit Report of daily field site observations and adjustments to conform to a higher safety culture standard.
Industry registries or questionnaires Reviewed all registries or questionnaires for update and accuracy OSHA compliance compliance monitored daily OSHA 10 and 30 hour certification Delivered training as needed Insured that the drug testing policies were strictly followed Spoke and presented in public.
Experienced in oilfield and able to train to rules and regulations required.
Responsible for Major Oilfield required training.
Have site safety supervisions in oilfield.
SCBA Air Pack maintenance and service trained.
Have clean driving record Performed drug and alcohol testing required.
Ensign USDAugust 2003 to December 2010Rig Manager Field Consultant Casper, Wyoming
Traveled domestically and internationally Supervised in operating machinery to drill oil and gas wells.
Cost estimate management and reporting.
Closing Purchasing Orders against AFE/Cost estimate and reporting % complete of the project.
Communication with operations personnel in charge of the project.
Maintain safety communications and training thru PowerPoint presentations and visual reminders, as well as, outfield representation if a lost time incident or fatality accord.
Knowledge of oil and gas production operations.
Computer skills in MS Office/Oracle/ Contract Manager/Word/Excel/Power Point/ Access/ Outlook.
Occasional traveled to other job sites and states.
Executed daily operations of Drilling and daily goals.
Assembled and disassembled casings and pipe sections, using hand and power wrenches and tongs.
Set curved metal wedges around pipe string at wellhead to prevent string from falling into well during change and addition of pipe sections.
Tightened and loosened threaded joints between sections, using tongs, chain wrenches or ST-80 "iron roughneck".
Trained and managed 5 to 24 hands and achieved significant improvements in their safety and productivity.
Guided lower end of pipe sections to or from well opening.
Trained hands in safe and productive work.
Loosened and tightened joints, using cathead.
Mixed drilling mud, using power agitators.
Supervised 24 employees, scheduled work hours, resolved conflicts, determined salaries and, corresponded with company reps.
in regards to location and job sensitive data and conflicts..
Read gauge to ascertain pressure on drilling tools at bottom of well and reported irregularities.
repaired and maintained drilling machinery, Cat 399 /389 diesel motors, Gardner Denver PZ 188.8.131.52.and 12, slush pumps and derricks.
Dug drainage ditches, racked tools and cleaned drilling floor around rig.
Supervised in erecting and dismantling rigs.
Helmrich and Payne IDC Floorhand--Flex RigMay 2007 to August 2007Assistant Driller Grand Junction, Colorado
Murphy oil and gas North Dakota.
March 1995 to June 2003Rig Manager
Rigged well service pulling machines on oil well and assembled and disassembled rod and tubing sections, using hand wrenches and power tongs.
Pulled lever or turned handle to extend hydraulic or screw-type jacks to support and level pulling machine and derrick.
Fastened derrick guy lines to ground-anchors to stabilize derrick.
Unloaded hand tools and power tools from truck and attached power tools to cables hanging from derrick.
Connected pulling machine hydraulic hoses to rod and tubing tongs and other power tools.
Unscrewed connections on wellhead and removed pumping unit head.
Attached lifting clamp to rod sections in well hole and placed lifting clamp on hook of hoist line.
Disconnected rod sections as they were removed from well hole, using hand wrenches and power tongs.
Disconnected and removed hook from hoist line after rod sections had been removed from well-hole and attached tubing lifting clamp.
Attached lifting clamps to tubing in well hole.
Disconnected tubing sections as they were removed from well hole, using hand wrenches and power tongs.
Guided uncoupled tubing sections from well hole to racking board to stand pipe in derrick.
Guided end of tubing section to ground rack and pushed section to slide it down rack and lay it on ground.
Guided tubing and rod sections from derrick or ground rack to well hole and connected to sections in well hole after repairing oil well pump, replacing defective tubing, and performing similar oil well service.
Assembled and tightened wellhead connections and replaced pumping unit head.
Performed minor maintenance on tools and equipment such as changing dies in tongs and hand wrenches and changing worn hydraulic hoses on power equipment.
Promark TelecommunicationsJanuary 1995 to February 1998Sales Representative Grand Forks, North Dakota
Identified best product for customer's needs Explained products to customer base Knowledge of sales contracts Used industry terms or concepts Knowledge of written communication in sales and work Observed and utilized other sales techniques to optimize my own Closed sales of other representatives to make sure product and contract was executed correctly under legal statutes.
US Army Reserves Aberdeen Proving Crpl Chemical Equip Repair/NBCMay 1998 to CurrentMaryland
Supervised and assisted in the supervision of personnel during training and tactical employment of infantry unit.
Directed personnel in preparing weapons and equipment for movement and combat operations.
Directed personnel in the establishment of unit command post and assisted in the operation of command post.
Assisted supervisor in formulating the plans of employment of unit and in directing and leading infantry unit.
Initiated action to correct deficiencies.
Opposed members of enemy ground forces in effort to destroy or capture enemy forces, using rifle, during combat and training operations while serving as member of infantry unit.
Constructed field fortifications, including wire entanglements and road blocks, using hand tools, barbed wire and lumber.
Placed and activated antitank and antipersonnel mines in mine field.
Decontaminated weapons and equipment when exposed to chemical or nuclear contamination, using specified procedures.
HardeesSeptember 1988 to May 1990Cook Bellevue, Ne
Robert D. Edgren JR. /SR. High School Misawa Air1984Solars Elementary School Misawa, Air Base JapanBase, Japan
Bellevue East High School1988Bellevue, Ne
University Of Nebraska at Lincoln1990Bachelors of Divinity: MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGLincoln, CAMECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Ashford UniversityPresentMajoring in Business Analytical Management IT JanClinton, Iowa
I can speak English Fluently, and have an intermediate level comprehension and speaking ability in Tagolog, Ilocano, Spanish and Japanese.
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