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<p>Good morning,</p> <p>I look forward to the opportunity to make the transition into this new role, and I am ready to combine all my work experiences and educational background to succeed in this challenging career. My educational background is in safety and process engineering, and my previous work experience was electrical and mechanical based. The experience I gained through Pinnacle pushed me to limits I didnt know I had, and I am grateful for that. At Pinnacle, I learned patience, troubleshooting, time management, how to work with a group, and the importance of communication. I also acquired other skills working with Pinnacle such as 3D modelling, repairing fiber optics, utilizing electrical diagrams for troubleshooting, and became very mechanically adept. I developed the first round or our management system, which breaks down the standard operating procedures, and the responsibilities for each party involved. I created training manuals, and equipment manuals, and was sent to work with our most challenging clients. I originated the first design of service tracking system to improve the quality of service my company provided.I am a very active member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), I have been involved with many committees, I am currently leading a study group for individuals planning to write for their CSP/ASP certification exam, and I sat on the committee that hosted this Falls ASSE technical conference.I am known for my communication skills, especially listening, and the ability to build strong relationships with clients. I know together we can be successful, and I look forward to discussing how I can contribute to a great team effort. </p> <p>Kind Regards,</p> <p>Dawn Keeler</p> <p>Dawn Keeler(720) 616-8709dawnkeeler@comcast.netProfile</p> <p>Before my recent successful tenure as a Project Manager, I gained the majority of my experience working in the field. That aspect of my career allowed me to develop my talent for troubleshooting, as well as time management techniques and interpersonal skills. I have a reputation for reliability and having a positive attitude, which has helped me develop strong relationships with clients, third parties, and within my community. I have recently received a certification in Safety Management, and I am currently working towards a certification in Risk Assessment both via ASSE (American Society of Safety Engineers). Additionally, I am registered with APEGGA (a Professional Society for Engineers), and ASSE. Within the next six months, I will write for the National Professional Practice Exam (NPP), and the Associate Safety Professional Exam (ASP).</p> <p>Professional ExperiencePinnacle - Denver, Colorado 09/2008 02/2016 Project Manager</p> <p> Successfully managed projects ranging from $100K to $1M+ Served as a liaison between the client and multiple production lines Analyzed and interpreted micro-seismic/micro-deformation acoustic and fiber optic data Operated and manipulated proprietary 2D and 3D software Provided clients with preliminary reports and presentations Hosted/led/participated in conclusions and results brainstorming consultations Provided detailed final reports and presentations to the clients Regularly discussed and presented papers to a multi-disciplinary group of peers concerning advancing topics in our industry Created and implemented the initial draft of our departments Design of Service System Assessed colleagues competencies, helped in training and mentoring of new and existing employees</p> <p>Pinnacle - Grande Prairie, AlbertaSenior Field Engineer</p> <p> Designated as the Health and Safety Representative for the Canadian Field Office Planned and organized the mobilization and demobilization of equipment, materiel and personnel Acquired, monitored, and optimizing field data for geophysical processing Required to effectively troubleshoot in remote locations, with limited support Wrote training manuals for rebuilding equipment, and basic troubleshooting guides Overcame language barriers and cultural barriers while working internationally Created the dept.s original Safety Management System, then updated policies and procedures as required Accountable for submitting incident reports, and applying the Emergency Response Plan Developed and implemented the Risk Matrix approach to safety meetings Conducted Tier 1 and Tier 2 Facility Safety Inspections, and follow-ups Hosted quarterly stand-down meetings for 200+ employees, topics included safety, industry status and product line knowledge Responsible for conducting daily safety meetings in the field, and morning facility meetings Trained as a Behavioral-Based Performance Coach, received multiple awards for my participation in the program as well as the Hazard Observation program Member of the Social Committee, which entailed fundraising and event planning Initiated the Well-being Committee focusing on employee health and community involvement Awarded multiple MVP and Peer Appreciation awards</p> <p>ContinuedDawn Keeler </p> <p>Schlumberger - Grande Prairie, Alberta04/2008 - 09/2008Engineer-in-training</p> <p> Exhibited professionalism and competence when operating pressure control equipment, and working in H2S, CO2 environments In-training on the optimization of designs, and running simulations for hydraulic pumping Efficient at operating, mobilizing/demobilizing and maintaining all pumping, nitrogen and coil units</p> <p>Department of Environment and Labour01/2006 - 09/2006Occupational Health and Safety Division - Halifax, Nova ScotiaPolicy Officer</p> <p> Functioned as a liaison between the public, Occupational Health and Safety Officers, and Hygienists Facilitated companies and committees develop their Health and Safety Policies Assisted the public in understanding the OHS Acts and Regulations Created Easy to Read Guides for all of Nova Scotias OHS regulations Evaluated information and situations to determine compliance with standards, filed workplace complaints and incidents Recommended measures to help protect employees from potentially hazardous work methods and processes</p> <p>Education</p> <p>McGill University - Montreal, Quebec, Canada, established 1821Masters of Applied Science, Occupational Health and Safetyhttps://www.mcgill.ca</p> <p>Dalhousie University - Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, established 1818Bachelor of Chemical Engineeringhttps://www.dal.ca</p> <p>American Society of Safety Engineers Park Ridge, IllinoisCertificate of Safety Managementhttp://www.asse.org</p>