Lawrence Salazar Jr.

14507 Hampton Green Ln, Houston, Texas 77044

281-509-3265

Salazar.Lawrence@gmail.com

 

Over 10 years of successful leadership experience with a reputation for efficiency and safety.  A detail oriented and accountable professional with a winning attitude.

  • OSHA training, First Aid, CPR, and DOT HazMat transport training.
  • Safety leadership experience including operations in a  high tempo, highly stressful situations
  • Effective communication at all levels of management.
  • Comfortable and effective as member of a team as well as individual assignments.
  • Trained in safety, professional organization, time management, and leadership

 

EZ Line Pipe Support                    Safety Coordinator                        2015- Current

 

  • Oversee day to day safety operations of a steel fabrication shop of over 150 employees and 5 work shops
  • Perform audits and inspections with each department to ensure OSHA compliance and follow ups that ensure discrepancies are corrected quickly.
  • Coordinate 3rd party inspections such as annual sling inspections to comply with regulations. 
  • Perform Hazard Analysis in work areas to evaluate potential hazards and provide feedback on how to eliminate or reduce the hazard. 
  • Perform employee initial safety orientation as well as follow up training. 
  • Promote and enforce company safety rules and objectives. 
  • Maintain inventory of PPE
  • Maintain employee training records such as forklift to ensure documentation is up to date. 
  • Perform First Aid as required

 

Schlumberger                   Wireline Field Supervisor            2010 - 2015

 

  • Supervise all Wireline crew members before, during, and after assigned jobs, ensuring safe execution of all tasks at well site
  • Develop, address, and review Job Safety Analysis (JSA) for specific job tasks, identifying and mitigating or eliminating any and all hazardous situations.
  • Review Hazard Analysis Risk Control (HARC) prior to all tasks to ensure compliance to company standards and objectives
  • Ensure all crew members possess all necessary PPE and ensure proper usage
  • Review assigned crew members qualification and certifications to ensure they are current and able to perform all job related tasks
  • Provide safety consultation with Company Representatives to  discuss safety issues prior to commencing any work
  • Handle and control inventory of explosives in accordance with company and governmental regulations

 

Marathon Fitness                           Service Manager                     2008-2010

  • Oversee day to day operations of 20 employees in the service and installation departments.
  • Developed and integrated new safety program including forklift training and proper lifting techniques.  Also introduced monthly safety meetings and distribution of safety literature, all which was not in place when I arrived.
  • Presented company safety objectives to large corporations such as BP and Shell prior to being awarded large contracts from them to perform work on their campus.
  • Implemented a driving monitor program which allowed us to identify unsafe driving behavior such as speeding or quick stops and quickly address with employees to eliminate driving hazards. 
  • Processed claims for employees injured at work, including workers compensation and identifying proper treatment centers.
  • Negotiated with ownership to provide more PPE for employees including Steel toes, gloves, and back braces, to eliminate common job hazards.

 

United States Marine Corps                         Sergeant                                   1999-2008

  • As Quality Assurance Officer, oversaw all safety related tasks for unit of over 150 Marines and 16 Heavy Lift helicopters.
  • Responsible to upper level management for the safe operations within the maintenance section.
  • Provide safety indoctrination training to all newly assigned personnel, introducing all Naval safety standards as well as Marine Aviation requirements
  • Provide semiannual follow up training for all assigned personnel on all Naval Occupational Safety requirements.
  • Conduct scheduled and unscheduled Work Center audits to ensure all personnel are operating in accordance with published regulations.  Also provided follow up inspections to correct all noted discrepancies.
  • Inspect all safety of flight related maintenance actions performed on helicopters to ensure work was performed safely and in accordance with maintenance manuals.
  • Ensure proper use of safety PPE at all times

 

Education and Training

  • Naval Safety Officers Course- 2006
  • Naval Aviation Quality Assurance Course-2006
  • Marine Staff Academy- Leadership and Development- 2007
  • Marine Corps Institute-

    Leadership

    Time Management

    Risk Assessment and Risk Management

    Decision Making Skills

 

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