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Freelance Health and Safety Trainer Loughborough, Leicestershire, UK

Experienced safety trainer and Helath and Safety Advisor specialising in Confined Spaces, Breathing Apparatus and First Aid

Rating:Unrated (New)
Hourly Rate / Cost:£29.41 per hour (ex. VAT)
Daily Rate / Cost:£235.29 per day (ex. VAT)
Available From:Now
Candidate ID:354791

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CV (Curriculum Vitae) / Résumé

Health and Safety Trainer @ State of the Art Training Ltd
Training Warrant Officer @ Royal Engineers MOD
Utilities and Petroleum Warrant Officer @ Royal Engineers MOD
Utilities and Petroleum SNCO @ Royal Engineers MOD
Utilities SNCO @ Royal Engineers MOD
Petroleum Cpl @ Royal Engineers MOD
Petroleum LCpl @ Royal Engineers MOD
Explosive Ordance Disposal LCpl @ Royal Engineers MOD

A highly motivated and dynamic team leader with a professional approach to work. Proven communication skills which facilitate his ability to build successful relationships with others through a friendly, approachable and professional manner. An individual who is determined to succeed and who consistently demonstrates a high standard of work being conscientious and meticulous. Able to meet deadlines and work in stressful, challenging and changing environments whilst maintaining a sense of humour.

Key Skills and Achievements
▪ Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
▪ Proven organisational abilities, both as an individual and as a manager.
▪ Proven leadership and interpersonal skills, having experience as part of a management team in a challenging, changing hostile environment throughout the world often for long periods.
▪ Computer Literate, qualified in European Computer Driving License with experience with Windows operating system and Microsoft Office Programs.
▪ Ability to assess training needs, plan, develop and produce training materials being able to deliver training in challenging environment.

Employment History

(Jan 2005 to Feb 2012)

Health and Safety Trainer

Derby

A specialist Safety Trainer within a medium size safety training company, responsible for the Coordinating industrial safety training (risk assessments, confined spaces, breathing apparatus and first aid). Duties include developing, updating and reviewing course information and standards, researching and budgeting courses, including marketing and bespoke development of onsite training for clients, specialising in Safe Systems of work.


(Feb 1987 to Aug 2011)

Training Warrant Officer

Various

Mid Level Manager (Training Manager) Nov 2009 - Aug 11
Responsible to the Senior Training Manager and Training Officer for co-ordinating and delivering training within a medium size Military Unit (Engineering Specialists) 75 people approx. Duties including planning, resourcing, applying budget constraints for annual training for Military Training Standards and Health and Safety Requirements providing Health and Safety advice to the Senior Management Team. Preparing and maintaining IT reports on training standards and Health and Safety requirements. Was responsible to the Senior Management Team for assisting the co-ordination, planning and training preparations for a large overseas project in to hostile challenging environment including preparing bespoke personal safety training (Medical criteria and fitness, First Aid, Specialist Safety training and Personal Protective Equipment).

Mid Level Manager (Fuels Equipment Maintenance and Design) Jun 2008 – Nov 2009
Responsible for training, supervising and tasking of Fuels Engineers within a Specialist Team and providing specialist trade advice within the Joint Services, including the design and supervision of multi role temporary project fuel equipment installations, temporary and semi-permanent for typical projects of £1.5M and also as part of the management team for large projects overseas of £64m. Duties included developing Health and Safety Planning , implementation and advice to the senior project manager, organising and delivering training, developing and analysing training (Training Needs Analysis, Course Development and delivery) for personnel within 18 man team including, Confined spaces, Breathing Apparatus, First Aid, Petroleum Engineering and Environmental training and procedures.

Low Level Manager (Fuels Equipment Maintenance and Design) Jan 2006 – June 2008
Responsible for training, supervising and tasking of Fuels Engineers within a small section for a Specialist Team and providing specialist trade advice within the Joint Services, including the design and supervision of multi role temporary project fuel equipment installations, temporary and semi-permanent for typical projects of £1.5M and also as a Task Supervisor within large projects overseas of up to £9m. Duties included developing Health and Safety Plans including Safe Systems of Work, organising and delivering training for personnel my team including, Confined spaces, Breathing Apparatus, First Aid, Petroleum Engineering and Environmental training and procedures.

Low Level Manager (Utilities Equipment Maintenance and Design) Sept 2003 - Jan 2006
Responsible for the field assessments of water and waste water utilities with in a specialist utility team which involved the maintenance and operation of the water and waste water utilities infrastructure for the Armed Forces. Duties included organising training and experience for Utilities and Petroleum tradesmen, Confined spaces, Breathing apparatus and First Aid procedures and training including providing specialist Health and Safety advice to the management team, all of this was undertaken in challenging and hostile environments overseas including a £1.5m project for a hospital project.

Team Leader (Maintenance Dept) Sept 1999 - Sept 2003
The Military Team Leader of a team of 4 men and 8 casual’s employees for specialist testing, maintenance, servicing, and inspecting of multi role temporary project fuel equipment. (Stock value of maintenance equipment was £45m) at Defence Storage and Distribution Centre (North) Donnington, Telford (2,500 employees) as the temporary project fuel equipment advisor. Dealing directly with manufactures, suppliers, managers and the Ministry of Defence.

Professional Qualifications

Full clean driving license (HGV Class 1, Tracks and Fork Lift Truck (22,000 lb & Cross Country))
No criminal or civil convictions
IT literate, European Computer Driving License (ECDL) Various other IT courses - certificates available
Health and Safety Appreciation (Defence Management Training Facility)
Management of Health and Safety at Work (Defence Management Training Facility)
Unit Safety Manager (Defence Logistics and Supply School)
IOSH Managing Safely
Manual Handling Trainer (SEQM Approved)
Personal Protective Equipment Inspection (Total Access UK Ltd)
CITB Site Safety Supervisor
NEBOSH General and Construction
Associated Health and Safety Courses (Certificate available on request)
Authorised Person Trained (Petroleum and Confined Space) (2 BTEC Units)
Confined Space Trained (Entry (High Risk), Rescue, Supervisor and Trainer)
City and Guilds Confined Space trained (5831 Units 821 to 972)
Breathing Apparatus Trained (Emergency, Standard and Extended duration, Airline Fed and Breathing Apparatus Systems Trainer)
City & Guilds 7302 CTTLS Level 3
Job Analysis Course (Defence Centre of Training Support)
Instructional Design Course (Defence Centre of Training Support)
Internal Validation Course (Defence Centre of Training Support)
City and Guilds 1900 Door Supervisor Level 2
City and Guilds 1900 Close Protection Officer Level 3
City and Guilds 1884 Conflict Management Level 2
City and Guilds 9103 Graduateship Diploma Award in Mechanical Engineering Level 6
Protective Search, Resource Denial and Evacuation Awareness (Bodyguard) (NCFE awarding body)
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Engineer (Elementary EOD, Defence Explosive Ordnance Disposal School)
Royal Engineer Search Team Trained (UK Def and NI Search) (Defence Explosive Ordnance Disposal School)
Protecting Information Level 3 (Cabinet Office/National School of Government)
City and Guilds Basic Engineering Technology
City and Guilds General Engineering
Petroleum Engineer Fitter Class 1 (Royal School of Military Engineering)
Oil Spill Response Trained (Inshore/Offshore) (Oil Spill Response Limited)
Storekeeping (Defence Storage and Distribution Centre)
Engineering Resources Specialist (Army School of Logistics)
NEBS Introductory Certificate in Management
First Aid Trained (Hostile Environment, HSE FAW and Trainer Assessor)
Emergency Medical Technician (Level 3)
Pre Hospital Emergency Care Technician (Level 3) (East Mid NHS – Royal College of Surgeons)
Intermediate Life Support (UK Resuscitation Council)

Engineering Technician (EngTech) Registration Number 577775
Member of the Institute of the Royal Engineers (MInstRE) Membership Number 24821705
Technical Practitioner of IOSH (Tech IOSH) Technician Member, Registration Number 150323
Member of the Institute for Learning (Affiliate) Registration Membership AE021863
Graduateship Diploma Award in Mechanical Engineering (City and Guilds of London Institute - GCGI)

Assignment History

(This Candidate has recently been shortlisted or contracted for the following people4 assignments)

  • Medical Gas Safety trainer: Medical Gas Consultant / Trainer Project Title: Medical Gases Upgrading & Training. SCOPE: To train and Support in: 1- Upgrade the existing (Fixed & Mobile Units )of Medical Gases. 2- MSDS for the Medical Gases. 3- Develop (Work Permits) & (Gate Passes) systems for the Medical Gas Trucks. 4- Process Hazard Analysis & Root Cause Analysis 5- Safe Operation Procedures (SOP) 6- Maintenance Troubleshooting & Procedures
  • Risk Assessment Trainer - Petrochemical: Risk Assessment for Managers - Saudi Arabia Trainer required to deliver Risk Assessment for Managers training in Saudi Arabia. Two-day course, to be delivered twice in one week, with opportunity for further training courses for successful candidate. Trainers should be qualified in the field of Safety and ideally with petrochemical industry experience as the site visit on day 2 will be to a petrochemical plant.

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