1. KERRY KONJEVICH
4767 Long Bow Drive | Titusville, FL 32796 | 407.552.1565 | Kerry.email@example.com
Experienced Occupational Safety and Environmental Health Specialist with proven track record in developing processes and
standards to improve public health and safety. Ability to develop and implement safety projects, along with an ability to
effectively lead government and international teams has led to career progression. Seeking position in which to apply strong
project management skills to public safety sector.
AREAS OF STRENGTH AND EXPERTISE
Fort Stewart—Division of Safety 2014 to Present
Safety Division Intern, Staff Sergeant E-6
Conduct safety inspections, enforcing safety plan, formulating plans to correct deficiencies providing training.
Develops, implements and monitors safety programs and policies; collaborates with associates and supervisors to
identify and correct potential safety and health hazards.
Develops safe standard work practices with line personneland monitors conformance through safety and
Ensures compliance with company and government health and environmental safety regulations.
Reviews new products,equipment, and processes forpotential hazards and recommends modification before
Conducts associate training in emergency response,life safety, industrial hygiene, chemical and fire hazards; and
other as needed.
Monitors safety and health performance and recommends actions for improvement; conducts safety surveys and
recommends corrective action where occupationalhazards exist.
Responds to emergencies and investigates accidents and recommends corrective action.
Completes required company, federal, state and local government reports relating to safety.
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry and Construction 30-Hour Certification, OSHA HAZWOPER 40-Hour
Department of the Army 2012 to Present
Industrial Hygiene Technician, GS-09
Support war efforts, conserving resources and enhancing personnel readiness by anticipating and controlling health hazards.
Researched industrial operations, monitored, sampled, inspected and evaluated operational facilities to detect and eliminate
Develop and implement surveillance strategies, successfully eliminating health hazards.
Determine and assign Risk Assessment Codes, reviewing plans for facility construction projects and conducting regular
HAZMAT, HAZCOM, health hazard and job safety analyses to ensure personnel safety.
Communicate efficiently and effectively with superiors, recommending changes to facility designs to ensure compliance with
industrial hygiene, occupational health and safety and environmental regulations.
United States Army 2001-Present
Public Health, Environmental Health, Industrial Hygiene, Preventive Medicine Specialist,Staff Sergeant E-6
Conducted inspections, surveys and laboratory procedures, supervising facilities and staff to ensure personnel maintained
highest possible level of health. Monitored and tracked medical surveillance information, providing exams and refresher
courses to personnel. Led environmental health assessments, overseeing sanitary inspections, water surveillance and
treatment, air monitoring and industrial hygiene surveys, noise sampling, ergonomic surveys and indoor air quality
assessments. Kept accurate records, tracking and analyzing data and sample results to ensure personnel safety. Successfully
planned periodic Occupational Safety and Health Inspections, evaluating programs and developing guidelines to ensure
Industrial Hygiene Cert.
OSHA40HR HAZWOPER Cert.
StrategicPlanning & Analysis
Secret Security Clearance
OSHA10HR Construction Cert.
OSHA10HR General Industry Cert.
DOEHRS IH Cert.
Hazardous Comm. Cert.
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Successfully performed safety inspections of industrial processes and work centers, completing safety surveys and ensuring that
contractors, soldiers and medical personnel were working within OSHA standards.
Advised on safety process improvements, collaborating with Safety Manager to ensure accident prevention and oversee safety
standards and programs for 3,000+ personnel.
Taught Field Sanitation Courses, training personnel in climate acclimation, injury prevention, field and garrison treatment options
and surveillance, medical threats and vector control measures.
Successfully created standard operating procedures, ensuring all personnel were ready for deployment.
Oversaw HAZMAT training and implemented a successful HAZCOM program for over 3000 personnel.
Led accident reporting program, developing guidelines and planning formal safety courses for personnel.
Provided technical safety advice and assistance to commanders, directors, special staff officers and managers, overseeing safety
of all engineering, field maintenance, aviation and construction operations.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Bachelor of Science, Occupational Safety & Health, Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach, AL, 2014
Masters of Science, Occupational Safety and Health/Environmental Management, Columbia Southern University, Orange
Beach, AL, On-going
National Environmental Health Association Member
National Safety Council Member
ServSafe Certified Instructor & Proctor National Restaurant Association