I strongly feel that I would be a great addition to the NORPAC team based on my past work history, current knowledge on encouraging safety habits, and ability to problem solve in difficult situations or tasks. Safety has, and will always, be a huge part of my work ethic and will influence my leadership skills at NORPAC. My past history working in the fire department, around mobile equipment, heavy machinery and current knowledge in the Kraftmill handling hazardous materials will be a good addition to the quality of the NORPAC team.
Stayed in close contact withdispatchers to obtain and relay current information about fire
status, supplies and personnel.
Patrolled previously burned areas after fire containment to locate and eliminate dangerous hot
Rescued fire victims and administered emergency medical aid.
Responded to over an average of 10 emergency incidents per 24 hrs and used systematic search
and rescue procedures and location and excavation devices to safely locate and evacuate
Trained continuously to maintain required physical fitness for demanding work.
Handled routine custodial maintenance of fire department equipment to maintain equipment,
including oxygen breathing, resuscitation and apparatus equipment.
Tested and inspected tools, equipment and gear to maintain readiness for different fire
Met with members of the community to provide information on ways to prevent fires and to offer
fire safety tips.
Inspected schools, theaters, offices and various other buildings to check for proper fire
Entered inspection, training, fire and emergency medical service calls into records management
system using firehouse
Attended trainings to maintain wealth of knowledge in firefighting techniques and suppression
methods, enabling quick decision making during actual emergencies.
Drove and operated an ambulance or other apparatus as assigned and operated as a member
of the engine or medic unit
Responded to devastating wildfires, employing handtools for containment operations.
Informed and educated the public about fire prevention.
Transferred, lifted and moved patients while employing appropriate safety and lifting
Maintained tools and fire vehicles to ensure rapid response capability.
Provided emergency treatment and medical care to people injured in accidents and fires.
Checked all equipment, including hoses and breathing masks after fire calls to determine proper
Checked medications and equipment daily to ensure proper control and inventory.
Responded to scenes of accidents or acute illness for which emergency medical care has been
Read and understood specifications, drawings and blueprints to complete accurate,
Signaled equipment operators to facilitate alignment, movement, and adjustment of machinery,
equipment, and materials.
Measured, cut and laid out materials based on individual job requirements.
Retrieved materials, tools and equipment from trucks and delivered to skilled workers.
Attended all safety trainings offered by employer to improve overall knowledge of safety
measures and recognize areas requiring improvement.
Collaborated with the lead operators to complete large-scale foundation support projects,
promoting team-oriented atmosphere.
Operated overhead lifts to move pipe piles and other work materials.
Removed waste and trash from job sites before, during and after shift completion to keep work
areas clean and organized.
Protected crew and general public by keeping traffic away from dangerous locations.
Collected and removed debris from work sites to maintain team productivity and minimize
Operated fork truck safely by following all procedures with care.
Trained in how to complete skilled job tasks such as pile bucking to properly do job
Used organizational skills to meet productivity requirements.
Loaded and unloaded daily pipe shipments, keeping products organized and secure to prevent
damage and optimize handling.
Loaded and unloaded vehicles with supplies needed on job sites and kept accurate daily
counts of all materials used.
Kept work areas clean, neat and free of safety hazards to maximize efficiency.
Reviewed specifications and directions carefully to determine precise set up for treatment prep
using the inciser equipment to re stack the types of woods
Mentored newly hired employees on machine operations and implemented training on safety
procedures to prevent injuries.
Adjusted machines for speed control and wood feeds to promote production of quality wood
Reviewed production specifications to properly set up and calibrate machinery.
Counted, sorted and stacked finished pieces for easy access.
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