Career Overview and Areas of Competency of S.A.F.E.'s Principal Consultant

Career Overview of S.A.F.E*s Principal consultant:

Current

Self Employed 每 Director, Ship Appraisals Far East Pte Ltd

Jul 02/May 06

Principal Consultant 每 EHS Maritime (Australasia) Pty Ltd

Aug 00/Jun 02

Principal Adviser 每 Qualifications Policy, Australian Maritime Safety Authority

Jan 每 Aug &00

Self Employed, IGM 每 Integrated Management Systems

1999

Fleet Manager 每 Melbourne, ASP Ship Management P/L

1997 & 1998

General Manager - Tanker Operations, ASP Ship Management P/L

1992 to 1996

Safety Superintendent/Quality Assurance Manager, ASP Ship Management P/L

1985 to 1991

Chief Engineer, Associated Steamships P/L

1981 to 1984

Fourth Engineer to First Engineer, Associated Steamships P/L

1977 to 1980

Junior Engineer to Fourth Engineer, Blue Star Line (Australia) P/L

1973 to 1976

Apprentice Fitter and Turner, Commonwealth Government Engine Works (Sulzer, Doxford + Deltic Engine Builders, Maintenance + Repairers)


Principal Consultant*s Areas of Competency:

Management of dynamic, highly qualified group of technical and administration personnel.

Key Account Management for multiple cliental.

Negotiation of Enterprise Bargain Agreements with workforce and union representatives.

Project management for clients operating in the petrochemical and resource industries, including development of docking specifications and Manager*s representative during new building and vessel conversion.

Extensive ※hands on§ operational/maintenance experience with diesel engines, boilers and steam plant, pump/piping, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, remote control/monitoring systems and power generation (HVAC, distribution, LVS and UPS), air conditioning, waste treatment, refrigeration and de-salination plant.

Broad knowledge of Risk Management and Total Loss Control Principles.

Extensive knowledge of planned maintenance practices, and computer based support systems.

Extensive knowledge of quality, safety and environmental management systems.

Extensive knowledge of Emergency Response Systems and training programmes.

Extensive knowledge of STCW Code and National Maritime Industry Training Packages.

Ability to formulate regulatory policy and operational standards in accordance with IMO requirements.

Ability to devise, develop and implement improvement initiatives and manage change.

Ability to develop and implement training/audit programmes relevant to area(s) of responsibility.

Extensive internal quality, safety and environmental trainer/auditor experience.



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