Security Team Leader with 5 years in the Security field, including supervision of a crew of 3 additional Security guards 2 gate guards and 1 roving EMT guard. Arizona State certified EMT 5 years. Trained in Rope Rescue in Mining, Industrial, and Confined Space. Hazmat Technician. Emergency response to emergency situations and incident command. Coordinate with local fire departments and emergency services for additional resources during emergencies. Coordinate with local law enforcement agencies on certain occasions for theft, drugs and other security issues which would involve an outside agency. Volunteer Fire Fighter for 3 years, 2 year volunteer mission for Church. Participated in area safety audits with Safety Professionals. I am a personable leader who comfortably interacts with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds.
Trained 5 new Security EMT employees in their rolls and job duties.
Took on the role of Rope Rescue Captain of 15 teams members. Coordinated and implemented a training plan and schedule so all team members could train.
Manage and control Critical High Stress Situations and incidents.
Ability to analyze information of routine difficulty and draw conclusions
Ability to maintain inspection records
Accepting more responsibilities and duties above what the normal job duties are.
Ensuring monthly inspections and maintenance on 32 AED's are completed site wide.
Ensuring our ITX Air Monitoring Devices that are used for Rescue are inspected daily, and calibrated on a monthly basis.
Cross trained in all security positions and duties.
Responsibilities Which I performed as a Team Leader are as follows.
•Oversees and participates in the full range of daily security duties (greet and log visitors/vendors, patrol property, etc.), performing the most difficult.
•Coordinated daily operations of assigned work group/team to ensure smooth workflow
•Assigned monitored and reviewed the progress and quality of work performed
•Trained and instructed employees on the proper and safe use of security and emergency response equipment.
•Familiarized employees with safety and operational policies, procedures, rules and regulations.
•Coordinated or conducted surveillance of locations or areas in which vandalism or criminal activities have been noted
•Greet and log in all visitors and vendors at entrance
•Notified appropriate personnel or department of arrival
•Direct visitors and vendors to destination
•Enforces company policies and procedures
•Performs frequent patrols of the property
•Walks or drives vehicle on irregularly scheduled rounds of property
•Observes conditions of equipment, grounds and facilities
•Reports damages or areas in need of repair to security supervisor or safety person on call
•Conducts surveillance of locations or areas in which vandalism or criminal activities have been noted
•Assists with and trained for emergency situations
•Collaborates with police officers in the prevention of crime, works with fire response units for fire suppression, and with medical emergency response units in the event of emergency situations, at the assigned location
•Provides basic life support, and if qualified, advanced life support and/or paramedic services to patients including CPR and monitoring of vital signs, when needed
•Communicates with hospitals to provide emergency care
•Controls transfer of patients to medical facilities
•Writes incident reports for calls attended and maintains appropriate logs
OSHA 511 Certificate through University of California San Diego
D2000 Safety Certificate for Industrial Rescue Train the Trainer
D2000 Safety Certificate for Confined Space Train the Trainer
D2000 Safety Certificate for Fall Protection Competent PersonTrain the Trainer
D2000 Safety Certificate for Mine Rescue Operations
40 Hour Hazardous Materials Technician 29 C.F.R 129.10
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