Curriculum Vitae Cheryl KellyNAME: Cheryl KellyPOSTAL ADDRESS: PO BOX 24 Osborne Park WA 6917TELEPHONE: 0418 956 970 (Mob) 0407 470 459 (W)E-MAIL Cheryl_Kelly@bigpond.com firstname.lastname@example.orgDATE OF BIRTH: 15 March 1963DRIVERS LICENCE: # 3109068 Class HR OverviewMy career objective is to secure long-term employment in a Company with a genuine commitmenttowards, and prepared to support the safety, welfare and professional development of its people.I am able to offer extensive and diversified Occ. Health, Occupational Hygiene, Safety, training andrisk management experience attained over a relevant work history expanding over the period sincereturning to the workforce in 1993.I am able to value add to any position based on my multi skilling, time and general managementattributes. I believe that I am considered a dedicated and trustworthy employee who endeavours tocomplete all tasks provided in a professional and efficient manner.Outside of work, I believe in living life to its fullest and love to spend time with Family; activities Ienjoy include taking the opportunities where they exist to participate in, bush walking. Gardening,photography, as well as painting and drawing. I have an interest in self-education, forensics, exploringthe world for all it has to offer and ensuring that I complete all goals that I have set.
ACHIEVEMENTS • Implement Food Safe Plus with HCCAP Principles into a small privately owned business. • Design, Implement and manage Safety Management system for OME Drilling • Develop, Implement and Maintain Competency Based Training Package for OME Drilling • Re-design NRW HSE Register and data tracking system; rework and standardised the HSE filing system to comply with AS4801 and make it easy for people with minimal computer skills to find the required data.EMPLOYMENT:27/06/2005- CurrentNRW PTY LTD. (Civil and Construction)Welshpool WAHSE Advisor/ Senior Advisor /SuperintendentReporting to: HSET ManagerPrimary role: Provide high quality health and safety advice and technical support to bothmanagement and employees.Specific Duties: • Assist the HSET Manager NRW Contracting in the ongoing development and improvement of the HSE program with the objective maintaining accreditation to AS4801- 2000 and AS/ISO 14001; • Mentor and coach Project Managers and Supervisors to implement systems that will build good workgroup and sub-contractor safety awareness, attitudes and behaviour; • Provide direction and support to the HSE Advisors to ensure the goals of the NRW HSE programs are being met at project level; • Provide expert information and resources to meet specific safety projects. • Follow up on incident investigations to ensure all action items have been addressed in a timely manner. • Maintain contact with appropriate regulatory bodies. • Keep abreast of legislation in the field of HSE; • Ensure the project HSE plan is fully implemented and review status against the plan; • Ensure the project CRAW is updated as appropriate; • Ensure a good working relationship is maintained with your Client counterpart. • Establish site systems at commencement of project • Conduct & Participate in Construction Risk Assessments Workshops at the commencement of each project then review and update CRAW as required • Review and submit Project Safety Management Plan t the client at commencement of each project • Daily onsite Fitness for work (Breath / Drug) testing and co-ordination • Develop, deliver and co-ordinate site specific inductions • Plan and Conduct safety meetings, pre-start and toolbox meetings • Development and provision of on-site training as required • Conduct incident and accident investigations to ensure compliance with Company, Client and legislative requirements • Perform risk assessments on plant and equipment • Revising of company OHS procedure to suit site and client requirements • Co-ordinating and conduct safety and environmental audits, site inspections, review of safety systems, while assisting company in meeting and maintaining all statutory requirementsCurriculum Vitae 2 CHERYL KELLY
• Responsible for noise and dust monitoring programs on site • Safety system reviews of all sub-contractors under NRW’s umbrella • Actively promote an incident and injury-free culture for the project- visible leadership required. • Establish a first aid and emergency treatment capacity to service the NRW workforce on the project • Responsible for Health monitoring programs on site • Measure successes in the continuous improvement of safety and healthProjects • RGP5 Chinchester Range Rail Deviation Rail Duplication and Greenfields rail ( (Feb 2010- current)) • Area H dredging Pond (3 1/2 months (2010)) • Cape Preston Bulk Earthworks / ROM Pad Wall and Divergator / Breakwater (10 Months) 2009)) • Bootu Creek Mining (3 Months (2009)) • Newman Workshop Safety Implementation (3 months (2008)) • Newman Hub Earthworks Rail Duplication (2months(2008)) • Coonarie Rail Siding Rail Duplication (2months(2008)) • Brockman 4 - Pioneering Works, Infrastructure Earthworks (11 months(2007 -2008)) o Fly Camp construction (200 rooms +supporting infrastructure) o Permanent Camp Construction (800 rooms +supporting infrastructure) • Jimblebar Bulk Earthworks / ROM pad and Wall (3 months(2007)) • Tom Price Mining (2 months)( 2007)) • 56km Yandi Access Road Upgrade (8 months(2006-2007)) • Ingal Tunnel installation Argyle (6 months(2006)) • RGP2 Area C Camp Extension (7 months(2005-2006)) o (100 rooms) • RGP2 Pt Hedland Rail Duplication (3 months(2005))01/09/2005 – Present Concurrently (Family Business)OME Drilling Pty LtdCharters Towers QLDOME Drilling is a National Drilling Company with operations in several states of Australia andassociated overseas operationsPosition: Safety ConsultantReporting to: General ManagerPrimary Role: Provide safety advice to OME Management and at all levels of the operation.Specific tasks: Include but not limited to:- • Provision of, and maintenance of Corporate and site specific Safety Management plan(s) • Development and maintenance of a complete competency based training package. • Development, Presentation of Induction • On-going review of all JHA’s and safe operating Procedures (SOP’s) • Review of entire safety system to ensure current and future compliance through developing an easily manageable system capable of effective management by OME staff as required. • Injury management and return to work programsCurriculum Vitae 3 CHERYL KELLY
01/05/2002 – 30/01/07Allworld Fine DessertsOsborne Park WACo-DirectorPrimary Role: Optimisation of business principles and practices to ensure the profitability of thebusinessSpecific Tasks: • General day-to-day management (Sometimes from a distance) of the business entire • Management of business update including maintenance of accounting, creditors and debitors systems, Promotion and Marketing • Develop and maintain Foodsafe Plus and general safety procedures. • Design of production sheets and schedules • Education of all new Staff in Foodsafe Plus Program and in-house processes and procedures16/12/2002 - 24/06/2005Department of Industry and ResourcesPerth WAPosition: Occupational Health AnalystReporting To:Primary Role: Co-ordination and administration of the contaminant monitoring (Contam III) systemand mine employees Health Surveillance Program (Mine’s Health Cert).Specific Duties:Included but not necessarily limited to:- • Provide statistical data as required for Industry use and development of relevant publications • Evaluate, interpret and identify trends, reporting on the relevance to the mining industry performance indicators. • Educate and co-ordinate staff in the organisation of workload in accordance with departmental policies, practices and needs • Manage and maintain the integrity of the data in related Occupational Health systems • Liaise with internal and external clients as required while maintaining a client focus consistent with the department’s customer service charter07/05/01 - 16/09/2002Baseline ResourcesKalgoorlie WASafety Hygiene Consultant (U/Ground, Surface and Exploration) • Water, Dust, Exhaust, Stack, and Noise Monitoring/ Reports, Exhaust Analysis, Safety Procedures and Programs for small businesses, Safety Audits • Liaise with clients or client representatives. Contact possible clients and pursue work on all new mine sites. Invoice all completed work • Correlate and distribute all data received from lab if information follow up of timely results. • Recommend remedial actions from resultsCurriculum Vitae 4 CHERYL KELLY
• Preparation of water, dust, stack and noise reports and recommendations for sites, • Reporting to authorities such as DoIR and Worksafe on remedial actions taken by sites to rectify defaultsAug 95 – 05/05/01WMC - St Ives GoldKambalda WAGold Business Unit (GBU)Positions: Numerous positions including 5 years underground, culminating in Site SafetyAdministratorSpecific Duties:These included but were not limited to the following:- Several positions held over the period allincorporating safety responsibilities. • Deal with general enquiries, correspondence and support Safety Managers to effectively manage their time • Complete all secretarial duties for SIG OH&S Dept • Data entry, analysis and maintenance of ACCSTAT, SITESAFE, GBU Database and STOP card data entry and analysis • Daily, weekly and monthly reporting for Gold Business Unit and SIG Managers • Maintenance of GBU and Safety Dept. archiving systems, ensuring all documentation and information was filed, stored and easily retrievable • Secretary for SIG Safety Council and member of Geology/Exploration Safety Workgroup • Advise site secretaries and staff with respect to implementation of new safety standards and systems • Pro-actively manage all elements within the Safety system and ensure requirements were being fulfilled • Site Safety Representative St Ives 6 years • Engineering Assistant Drill and Blast (6 months) Underground Junction Mine St Ives • Survey Assistant (3 Months) Underground Revenge Mine St Ives • Geology Assistant (4 Years) Underground Revenge and Junction Mines St Ives • Provide Surface and Underground drill crew with safety backup • Audit Underground, surface exploration drill crews and sampling crews to ensure compliance with WMC ProceduresRoles • Geology Assistant Exploration & Pit (6 months) • Geology Assistant Underground (4 years) • Survey Assistant Underground (3 months) • Engineering Assistant Underground (6 months) • Site Administrator 1(year) • Safety Administrator GBU and Relief Safety Advisor Processing (1 year)MEMBERSHIPSInternational Association of Safety ProfessionalsEDUCATIONCurriculum Vitae 5 CHERYL KELLY
Thornlie Senior High SchoolOvens Road Thornlie W. A. Completion of Year 11ADDITIONAL EDUCATION:ENVIROSORB, Queensland, Australia 2010Certificate 4 Environmental ManagementSAI Global, Perth, Australia 2008 - 2009Advanced Diploma OH&SApply Ergonomic Principles to control OH&S Risk, Apply Occupational Hygiene Principles tocontrol OH&S Risk, Advise on application of safe design Principles to control OH&S Risk, Develop asystematic approach to Managing OH&S, Develop OH&S Information and data Analysis andRecording Process, Analyse and Evaluate OH&S Risk Management, Conduct an OH&S Audit,Evaluate an Organisations OH&S PerformanceSafety and Rescue Australia, Perth, Australia 2008 - 2008Certificate 2 Metalliferous Mining (Open Cut)Communicate in The Workforce, Contribute to Quality Work Outcomes, Conduct Local RiskAssessment, Participate in Environmental Work PracticesCombined Team Services, Bunbury, Australia 2007 - 2007Certificate 4 Training and Assessing (TAA40104)Contribute to Assessment, Plan & Organise Assessment, Assess Competence, Develop AssessmentTools, Participate in Assessment Validation, Plan and Organise group based delivery, FacilitateIndividual Learning, Facilitate Work based Learning, Use Training Packages to meet Client Needs,Design & Develop Learning Programs , Work effectively in vocational education & Training, Foster& Promote an Inclusive Learning Culture , Ensure a Healthy and Safe Learning Environment(Upgrade from Cert 4 BSZ40198 completed May 2005)SAI Global, Perth, Australia 2007 - 2007Lead AuditorInitiate a Quality Audit, Prepare a Quality Audit, Lead a Quality Audit, Report on a Quality Audit,Management Systems Auditing, Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems, LeadingManagement Systems Audit TeamsTafe, Perth, Australia 2000 - 2001Diploma in Occupational Health and SafetyChemistry, Statistics and Probability, Fire Safety, Ergonomics 1, Occupational Hygiene 3,Occupational Health and Safety Management System, Risk Management, Management of HazardousSubstances, Action Research Project, Industrial Placement 2, Rehabilitation & Workers Compensation2, Workplace Health & Safety Programs, Ergonomics 2Open Learning (TAFE), Perth, Australia 1999 - 2000Certificate Level IV in Occupational Health and SafetyCurrent Concepts in ,workplace Safety & Health, Common and Statute Law for workplace Health &Safety, Hazard Management, Workplace Inspections, Hazardous Substances Management, AccidentPrevention, Health @ Work, Risk Engineering, Work Environment, Safety ManagementLICENCES & CERTIFICATIONAdvanced Worksite Traffic Management (K25256)Issuer: KTS (Main Roads WA)Valid: 30-Oct-2007 to 30-Oct-2010Drivers Licence (3109068)Curriculum Vitae 6 CHERYL KELLY
Issuer: Department of Planning and InfrastructureValid: 02-Sep-1980 to 01-Sep-2012Noise OfficerIssuer: Department of Industry and ResourcesValid: 28-Oct-2003 to 28-Oct-2008Surface Ventilation Officer (30160701)Issuer: IFAPValid: 31-May-2001 to 31-May-2007Surface Ventilation Technician (27160701)Issuer: IFAPValid: 30-May-2001 to 30-May-2007Safe Working @ Heights (46251/08)Issuer: Safe Right24-Jun-2008Working in Confined Spaces (46208/08)Issuer: Safe Right23-Jun-2008Use of Portable Fire Fighting Equipment (3758)Issuer: AvelingValid: 04-Dec-2008 to 04-Dec-2009• Senior First Aid Certificate (Expires August 2012)• Basic Worksite Traffic Management (Keylin Traffic Management)• Basic Worksite Traffic Management (QTM)• Traffic Control (QTM)• Lead Auditors Course (SAI Global)COMPUTER SKILLS • Proficient in the use of the following programs Microsoft programs Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Publisher • Proficient in the use of the following data management programs SAP Computer Program, Prodtrak (WMC Production Tracking Data base), Mine Health (DoIR Health Data) Data Analysis, Contam (DoIR Contaminant Monitoring Data) Data Analysis, Axstat (Accident Statistical Program) Data Analysis, Site Safe (Accident Statistical Program) Data Analysis, In Control / Intuition (Safety Data Management and Statistical Package), and MYOB Accounting PackageGENERAL SKILLS • Job Safety Analysis and Risk Management • Good communication skills • System oriented • Good organiserCurriculum Vitae 7 CHERYL KELLY
REFERENCES:David CollinProject ManagerChichester Deviation Project NRWMobile: 0437 702 598E-mail: email@example.comBob McNairDirectorAus-Com Project Solutions(ex HSET Corporate Manager)Phone: (08) 92561005Mobile: 0488 554 377E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPaul KiddCorporate OHS&E Manager (NRW)Phone: 0408 822 836E-mail: email@example.comGary HusseySpecial Inspector of Mines (OSH) Collie / KarrathaPhone - 9734 1222Mob – 0419960979E-mail: GHussey@docep.wa.gov.auRoger ParrinHealth and Safety SpecialistMob – 0419 916 863E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgGreg FinlaySafety and Training Manager (NRW)Phone: 0409204139E-mail: email@example.comPatrick BurkeSafety Manager MacMahon U/GMob – 0439 926 473E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgOthers references available on LINKED IN http://au.linkedin.com/pub/cheryl-kelly/26/459/819Curriculum Vitae 8 CHERYL KELLY