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HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGER With over 20 years of combined experience surpassing operational goals for wellknown

domestic and international corporations Adept at directing multiple pro jects simultaneously Proven ability to translate corporate and client directi ves and achieve objectives in domestic and international settings Comprehensi ve knowledge of the construction and industrial industries Recognized as a pr oven analytical planner, an accomplished communicator and a dynamic team leader with outstanding interpersonal skills CORE COMPETENCIES Strategic Planning Project Management Safety Management International Busines s Client & Vendor Relations Team Leadership & Development Safety Compliance Training & Mentoring Site & Hazard Analysis Cross-Functional Team Builder Pol icy Procedures & Processes System Improvements Presentations Safety Audits Documentation & Recordkeeping Client Service PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE DYNCORP INTERNATIONAL, Falls Church, Virginia A $2B Global government services provider, construction and aircraft maintenance company. Site Health, Safety, & Environmental Manager 11 DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES Inspect process, equipment, and facilities to identify potential risks; develop and implement mitigating measures. Prepare site-specific HSE plans, activity hazard analysis, and emergency action plans Review work procedures for compliance with HSE regulations Conduct site-specific training to make employees aware of local hazards and miti gating measures Investigate incidents; analyze root cause and corrective measures; prepare repor ts Advise worksite logistics function in identification and procurement of HSE-rela ted materials (e.g. personal protective equipment) Assist Human Resources to prepare Department of Labor Occupational Injury Report (s) Prepare reports and maintain files for worksite HSE program Manage and administer worksite hazardous material & hazardous waste process. Provide oversight of project PPE program. Perform audits and initiate and track nonconformance and corrective actions. Perform pre-receipt inspection assistance for incoming materials or those with s pecific requirements and communicate issues to upper management. Review subcontract Statements of Work as necessary. Assist in documentation of procedures and procedure review for compliance to req uirements. Assist with Quality activities with the Defense Contracts Manager and the custom er. Prepare presentations and supplement Quality Management in meetings as necessary . Lead Safety Improvement teams and perform other projects as assigned. . GEORGE R. ROBINSON, JR. Page 2 Jalalabad, Afghanistan 2007 to 20

ACCOMPLISHMENTS Spearheaded health, safety and environmental operations while working with safe ty / health inspectors from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Cultivated safety programs in international settings and work with translators to ensure that all processes / procedures are properly communicated to an on-sit e workforce of over 1K employees. Conduct safety meetings and cultivate internal and external relationships between prime contractor and subcontractors. Delivered comprehensive training to employees by providing exceptional lectures , hands-on demonstrations, and practical application of safety techniques. Generated documentation and ensure the proper translation and adoption of corpo rate / client policies to a non-English speaking staff. Perform site evaluations, audits and determine if quality assurance requirement s are met. Continually research information regarding worker safety and apply ne w concepts to ongoing programs. Collaborated with prime and subcontractors to establish safety and environmenta l improvements. Ensured medical and food services are well within the proper sta ndards for operations. Established an innovative safety program from concept through implementation. Acted as a corporate liaison and built programs while crossing cultural barrier s. Created a highly effective safety program, resulting in 0 incidents of lost, da maged, or destroyed equipment and 0 fatalities with more than 7M recorded man-ho urs. Maintained 0 worker compensation insurance claims. Maintained a 95% or higher success rating for quarterly USACE safety audits. Pioneered safety committees comprised of cross-functional teams, thereby stream lining communication and providing swift resolution to various work challenges. Launched safety incentive programs for personnel. KELLOGG, BROWN, & ROOT, Houston, Texas A $12B global company providing a variety of government engineering and construc tion services. Site Manager / Facilities manager Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan 2004 to 2007 Led 20 staff members, managed more than 700 buildings, and ensured all facility services were completed in a timely manner. In charge of maintenance crews including plumbing, electrical, carpentry, housi ng services, laundry, food services, and Moral Welfare Recreational personnel. Provided efficient services for up to 13K military / civilian employees includi ng housing needs, room assignments, and housekeeping. Tracked project progression and provided daily documentation and information re garding safety, health, incident statistics, and facility availability. Enforced policies, procedures, and systems that achieved exceptional levels of facility and workforce safety. Promoted to Site Manager from a starting title of Facilities Manager. Performed as a safety liaison and safety committee board member resulting in th e development, emplacement and enforcement of new safety strategies with a multi -national workforce. Conducted health / safety audits and led incident investigations when necessary . GEORGE R. ROBINSON, JR. Page 3

ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE: Safety Manager-in-Training, - HYDROCHEM INDUSTRIAL SERVICES 2007-2007 Cement Finisher / Safety Inspector - HEARN CONSTRUCTION 2003-2004 Cement Finisher, Rigger, Safety Inspector - GIBBS CONSTRUCTION 2000-2003 Cement Finisher, Safety Inspector - BEERS CONSTRUCTION 1999-2000 Painter/Roustabout GLOBAL MARINE DRILLING 1998-1999 U.S. ARMY 1983-1998 (Honorable Discharge) FORMAL EDUCATION Bachelor of Science, Environmental, Health & Safety, Belford University, Colber t, Ga. (2010) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Occupational Health & Safety (OSHA) 30-hour - Construction Safety and Industrial Safety OSHA 500 Trainers Certification, 24 hr HAZWOPER, Basic First Aid & CPR - Basic S afety Plus U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Introduction to Quality Control Military Leadership and Instructor training, Personnel & Medical Administration training On-going online 24 hour safety training courses COMPUTER SKILLS Microsoft (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Works), Adobe Acrobat