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Alberto Oceguera

Safety Instructor

EXPERIENCE

Summary

  • 7 years: Responsible for OSHA Construction, General Industry, MSHA and OSHA Safety Compliance, Records & Retention; serving as Regional Safety Manager and Safety Director for construction and mining companies. Experience includes leading: monthly safety committee meetings, daily and weekly field safety inspections, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual safety inspections and audits; supervising Safety-Site Coordinators and Field Safety Superintendents in Arizona, Nevada, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah.
  • 5 years: Quality Control Management & Supervision for ISO 9000 Certification Program (Insulation Certification Program). Coordinating the following unit functions: Division Compliance, Quality Manager Development, Field and Office Personnel Training, Field Inspection Compliance, Semi-Annual NAHB RC Third Party Audits, Record Retention, Corrective Action implementation, Internal Auditing.
  • 3 years: Construction Industry Recruiting and Training.

Proficiency

  • Fluent English and Native Spanish Speaker with extensive experience conducting safety and supervisory courses in both languages, including OSHA and MSHA safety certification training.

EDUCATION / PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1988-1993, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Western OSHA Education Center at Arizona State University, Trainer Course in Occupation Safety and Health Standards for Construction Industry, OSHA Course #500, 16-19 October 2017

Western OSHA Education Center at Arizona State University, Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry, OSHA Course #510, 11-14 September 2017

OSHA Training Institute UC-San Diego, Occupational and Health Training Course OSHA Standards in General Industry, OSHA Course #511, November 8 2012

Western OSHA Education Center at Arizona State University, Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards, OSHA Course #501, 2013 & 2017

MSHA Instructor U.S. Department of Labor Rocky Mountain District, Metal Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health. Instructor Surface, 30 CFR, Part 48 subpart B, 13 January 2017

Advanced Energy, Certification Course in Building Science, Environments for Living, January 2003