NAME : FEROZ BIN MUSA
POSITION : SAFETY ENGINEER
MALAYSIA MARINE HEAVY ENGINEERING
Dedicated Occupational Health & Safety professional with over five years of industry experience. Expert
at inspecting and evaluating workplaces for safety hazards and recommending and implementing safe
workplace policies and procedures. Licensed and certified to administer and teach first aid and CPR
procedures. Outstanding interpersonal, presentation, and training skills with proven ability to interact
effectively with technicians and management at all levels.
Developed and trained a staff of 32 Safety Professionals in proper hazard recognition, conflict
resolution, and problem solving techniques to assist in their daily incident prevention activities.
Investigated workplace injuries to identify root cause and causal factors and recommended
corrective actions to prevent future occurrences.
Effectively reduced OSHA incident rate and workers compensation claims by 50%.
Designed specific safety policies and procedures that exceeded OSHA and industry standards.
Established site Emergency Response Plan to provide for High Rise Rescue, Site Evacuation, and
medical emergencies. Reviewed public protection efforts to eliminate hazards to public and private
Evaluated workplace industrial hygiene needs including CO monitoring, heat stress and dust/silica
Ensured effective workplace safety training was provided to employees including scissor, fork, and
boom lift, Respiratory Protection, Confined Space, Excavation Safety, and Fall Protection among others.
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Acted as primary liaison for OSHA inspections in which over 85% resulted in no violations or
citations noted. Successfully negotiated reduced fines or citation classifications for inspections where
citations were proposed.
Coordinated safe work practices between separate general contractors and scopes of work to
provide a safe working environment for all employees and visitors.
Oversee and manage safety of employees (85+/-) in Any Town, NY Shipyard.
Implement and supervise company safety policies and procedures.
Hold weekly safety meetings with employees and supervisors with lessons learned from previous
incidents and losses both at our facility and relative industries.
Perform daily safety management system audits, Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) reviews, and incident
investigations while recommending corrective actions to management.
Responsible for conducting all field monitoring including noise monitoring, confined space, heat
stress, water, and asbestos.
Conduct monthly formal audits of entire facility and each work area within the shipyard.
Direct contact with the NRC, EPA, and USCG frequently to mitigate any environmental releases.
Knowledge of Occupational Safety and Health Standards, Mine Safety and safety equipment,
Recordkeeping procedures and Drug Free Policies. Over five years in charge of safety issues in Power
Plants and Construction Division. Extensive Construction Standards Safety Seminars, OSHA and MSHA
courses. Florida Phosphate Contractor Safety Training, Hazwoper 40 hours, Confined Spaces, First Aid
& CPR certified, OSHA 10 and 30 Hours, OSHA 500 Instructor, Emergency Management Team,
Certified Forklift Operation Trainer, Traffic Control Technician, Traffic Control Supervisor, and Flagger
Instructor, SMITH Driving System Instructor.
Planning and Project abilities include estimating, scheduling, project management and resource
Knowledge of Construction Standards and Procedures.
Management abilities consist of budget development and reporting, lead large teams and Executive
Desktop Applications: Microsoft Power Point, Excel, Word, Access, Corel Draw, Publisher,
Presentation, Lotus 123, Quattro Pro, VISIO, Org Plus.
Fluent in English
Company 1, San Jose, CA September 2002 – Present
Safety Supervisor / Consultant
Provided proactive safety support to internal and external customers for office and testing lab facilities.
Monitored and prevented potential workplace safety hazards through routine inspections and training;
accurate and up-to-date documentation of policies, procedures, and data; and investigations into accidents,
injuries, and unsafe conditions. Interfaced with facilities management and made recommendations on
safety related issues.
Reduced the number of documented injuries among 700 employees by 60% (from 10 to 4) within
Developed, maintained, updated, and enforced policies and procedures including the following:
Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), Emergency Action Plan, blood borne pathogen
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procedures, personal protective equipment procedures, and Safety Contingency Plans. Revised
policies and procedures to minimize potential hazards.
Initiated and conducted employee interviews for biannual audits of Environmental Health and
Safety (EH&S) protocols, policies, and programs.
Identified problems with the online safety program and coordinated with IT technician to correct
the system and ensure proper functionality.
Performed daily walk-throughs for safety inspections of the facilities including fire systems.
Documented and photographed findings and compiled and presented statistical data on safety
activities to EH&S Director. Coordinated the installation of fire extinguishers where necessary.
Ensured compliance with Federal, State, and Local regulations through comprehensive inspections
and communication. Informed employees of changes in regulations. Maintained prominent
display of the Cal/OSHA required safety bulletin.
Investigated accidents and injuries. Documented the injuries; detailed the events leading to,
during, and after the accident; and made recommendations to fix hazards.
Identified, recommended, and implemented ergonomic changes to reduce health and safety
hazards. Worked with ergonomist to redesign employee work areas.
Conducted scheduled employee Medic First Aid (MFA) CPR/First Aid and safety training classes
covering earthquakes, evacuations, fire extinguishers, etc. Provided and presented disaster relief
and emergency preparedness training and materials. Trained 45 employees over one and a half
years with up to ten employees per course.
Maintained Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) on chemicals used in the workplace.
Designated as the first responder for emergencies based on EMT training and charged with
overseeing all medical response.
Company 2, Milpitas and Freemont, CA November 1999 – September 2002
Ensured workplace safety by conducting training, inspections, and investigations and by maintaining
documentation and equipment for warehouse facilities with approximately 300 employees.
Demonstrated knowledge of and ensured compliance with federal, state, and local health and
safety standards and waste disposal regulations. Reduced accidents and injuries and increased
response and recovery time by establishing solid policies and procedures.
Performed daily health and safety and ergonomics inspections of equipment and office spaces for
Cal/OSHA and other governmental agencies.
Maintained and performed weekly and quarterly inspections of the fire pumps and systems and
identified the need for routine maintenance. Ordered charts and equipment for proper
maintenance and established regular testing schedules.
Investigated ergonomic and forklift accidents and incidents and recommended corrective action to
line management. Initiated meetings with management to recommend Cal/OSHA and general
safety improvements for lift drivers.
Compiled and maintained personnel records including training, ergonomics, fire systems, and
injury reports. Created a program to maintain Cal/OSHA required documents for all forklifts and
forklift drivers and to ensure compliance with standards. Conducted forklift retraining as
necessary to maintain licensure and Cal/OSHA compliance.
Conducted scheduled employee MFA CPR / First Aid safety training classes in earthquake
response, evacuations, fire extinguishers, ergonomics, forklifts, and defibrillator operations.
Initiated maintenance and repair orders for company and rental equipment. Ordered first aid
supplies, ergonomic equipment, and other safety related items for employees. Managed budget of
approximately $500,000 and oversaw millions of dollars of equipment and supplies.
Responded to employee injuries and administered first aid as needed for propane leaks
(evacuations), cuts and bleeding, and back injuries from improper lifting techniques.
Company 3, Menlo Park, CA January 2000 – Present
CPR and First Aid Instructor
Taught EMSA certification course for childcare centers (required for operation). Followed MFA CPR /
First Aid and AHA designated curriculum, assessed individual needs and adapted course content to meet
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those needs, and prepared all materials. Incorporated evidence-based education techniques to develop
specific behavioral goals.
Conducted over 60 courses with up to 32 students per class. Assisted hundreds of childcare
centers in obtaining and maintaining certification and recertifying as necessary.
Company 4, Fremont CA October 2004 - Present
Advised various companies on safety issues. Instructed CPR and First Aid courses. Licensed Training
Center through Medic First Aid.
Company 5, Freemont, CA October 2004
First Aid Specialist
Traveled to sporting venues to provide First Aid to injured semi-pro football players.
EDUCATION and PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
BA, ABC University, Walnut Creek, CA, November 2000
Environmental Compliance Manager Certificate, Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach, AL, 2004
Occupational Safety and Health Certificate Program, Las Positas College, Pleasanton, CA, 2001
Employee Workstation Ergonomics Evaluation, PalmOne, Freemont and Milpitas, CA, November 1999 –
Blood Borne Pathogen Instructor / Trainer, Medic First Aid, Eugene, OR, November 2004
Emergency Oxygen Instructor / Trainer, Medic First Aid, Eugene, OR, November 2004
Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor, American Heart Association, Dallas, TX, October 2002
Defibrillator Instructor, American Heart Association, Dallas, TX, October 2002
Defibrillator Instructor / Trainer, Medic First Aid, Eugene, OR, April 2002
Marks 3, 4, and 5 CPR / First Aid Instructor / Trainer, Medic First Aid, Eugene, OR, April 2002
Pediatric CPR / First Aid Instructor / Trainer, Medic First Aid, Eugene, OR, April 2002
Forklift Instructor, Crown Forklift, Haywood, CA, April 2001
Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT), Chabot College, Haywood, CA, January 2001