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STEPHEN H. HADLEY Louisburg, KS 66053-5300 (913) 837-5956 – firstname.lastname@example.org QUALIFICATIONS FOR A CORPORATE SAFETY DIRECTOR POSITION Drive a strong safety culture by executing best practices across operational areas, directing audit and risk management programs, and delivering safety training and continuous improvement initiatives. Promote a safe, healthy, and accident-free work through the implementation of preventive measures that eliminate or reduce exposure potentials. Certified Safety Professional and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager. Professional Strengths …Safety Program Development & Implementation … Regulatory Compliance & Quality Assurance …Safety Auditing/Operational Risk Planning …Identify & Remedy Unsafe Conditions …Incident Investigation/Causation Analysis …Workers’ Compensation Administration PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENICE Senior Safety Analyst, XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, NC, 11/09/2011 to 10/31/2012 Conducts continuing analyses on present/projected safety requirements and their execution. Identifies required organizational inputs, coordinates and makes necessary adjustments; formulates requirements and advises management on essential actions and the impact of program changes. Designs, implements, and maintains safety management systems, procedures and control devices in the interest of accountability and efficiency. Key Accomplishments: Executed audit on multiple safety organizations encompassing more than 50 safety professionals. Analysis revealed a significant gap in capability with little to no oversight of professional development training, funding, and other performance requirements. Ensuing actions resulted in a 60% reduction in cost savings for training while improving overall safety performance. Redesigned manpower/resourcing models in order to improve the safety support services at Fort Bragg. Due to significant population growth and reductions in safety staff, a review of all safety functions and capabilities was undertaken. As a result, older support models were significantly changed resulting in improved safety program management oversight including improved performance at less cost. Restructured the Command’s Safety Information Campaign in order to target key messages to specific groups. Fatalities and serious accident prevention has been reduced by more than 67% over a two year period. Safety Director, United States Forces Iraq, 02/01/2011 to 11/08/2011 Leverage strong strategic planning and tactical execution skills to direct the components of the USF-I Safety Program. Serve as senior staff advisor and manage accident prevention matters, including force protection, safety policies and procedures, accident reporting and analysis, occupational safety and health hazards, safety field surveys, field training exercises, and transportation/traffic risks. …continued… STEPHEN H. HADLEY Louisburg, KS 66053-5300 (913) 837-5956 – email@example.com Key Accomplishments: Delivered 70,000+ inspections within a year—increased the rate of high electrical hazard repair 55% and moderate/low hazard repair 84% through the execution of a multi-layered safety, fire, and electrical inspection program across multiple sites. Reduced vehicle accidents 75% after retraining certified instructors and drivers and implementing safety programs, including Tactical Driver's Training Course, Rollover/Egress Training, and Driver Training Simulator. Revitalized a stagnant multi-year explosive safety program—inspected and licensed 80% of storage facilities within a year, significantly outpacing previous’ management performance; ensured appropriate documentation filed with DoD and Army authorities. Safety Director 7th Infantry Division and U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Carson, 12/16/2001 to 12/04/2010 Executed a comprehensive safety and occupational health program that affected 23,000 soldiers, 13,000 civilians and family members, and 900+ buildings and 8 million square feet in real property. Focused programs on risk analysis/mitigation, aviation safety, ammunition and explosive safety, including licensing of storage facilities, and radiation safety initiatives. Mitigated unsafe work practices, conducted field surveys, and reduced existing and potential hazards. Served as a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Project Sponsor. Key Accomplishments: Cut long-term workers compensation costs by $4.1 million, generated revenue of $317K, and captured a 5-digit savings in equipment purchases. Reduced OSHA's DART rate 79% (from 2.92 to 0.63), and the TCIR rate by 77% (from 3.29 to 0.75) through the implementation of Lean Six Sigma and Quality Management methodologies, (e.g., implemented health and safety education programs, established top-bottom controls, and instituted leadership reviews of accidents, trends, and hazards with mandatory follow ups). Achieved a 30% reduction in requests for ergonomic surveys and a 50% reduction in workers compensation claims for workplace musculo-skeletal disorders (WMSD) after assessing and addressing workstation design. Safety Director 1st Theater Sustainment Command, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait 10/06/2007 to 04/26/2008 Requested by name by U.S. Army Central (ARCENT) to serve as single point of contact for all sustainment safety operations in the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM). Provided technical safety support services for air, ground, and maritime mobility for all classes of supply with emphasis on ground convoy movements, ammunition vessel downloads, and sustainment fuel operations. Key Accomplishments: Reduced accidents 60% and captured an 86% reduction in fatal accidents after revising techniques, tactics, and convoy procedures in the transition of one location to another. …continued… STEPHEN H. HADLEY Louisburg, KS 66053-5300 (913) 837-5956 – firstname.lastname@example.org Achieved zero accidents and no injuries through the development of a multi-tiered risk mitigation procedure for the safe downloading of ammunition vessels across 3 ships with 30,000 containers. Reviewed risk assessments to identify hazards and control risks across the full spectrum of sustainment operations throughout the Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. Based on professional acumen and achievements, received Meritorious Service Medal, 3d Oak Leaf Cluster (2008). ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Visiting Fellow, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations and Environment/Environment, Safety and Occupational Health), Pentagon, Washington, DC, 05/18/2009 to 11/12/2009 Safety Director, Third U.S. Army/U.S. army Central/Combined Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC), Camp Arifjan, Kuwait and Fort McPherson, GA, 01/26/2004 to 11/25/2005 Deputy Safety Director, Fort Carson Safety Office, Fort Carson, CO, 6/24/1999 to 12/16/2001 Safety Director, 49th Armored Division/Stabilization Force7 (SFOR7), Multi-National Division- North (MND-N), Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2/04/2000 to 10/05/2000 Explosive Safety Specialist, U.S. Army Technical Center for Explosive Safety, Savanna, IL 10/24/1994 to 06/24/1999 Safety Director, National Support Element (NSE), Taszar, Hungary, 4/14/1997 to 12/04/1997 EDUCATION Degrees Master of Science, Safety Sciences Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA, 2012 Bachelor of Science, Secondary Education, School of Education University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 1974 Selected Trainings Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Fort Belvoir, VA 2009 ASSE Certificate for Executive Program in Safety Management Des Plaines, IL, 2009 Licenses & Certificates Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Board of Certified Safety Professionals, Champaign, IL Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) Institute of Hazardous Materials Management, Rockville, MD