Carol Bacon

65994 Ogilview Drive Hope, BC V0X 1L1




Highlights of Qualifications
•       Effective and detail directed problem solver and trouble-shooter.

•       Adaptable; ability to be flexible in challenging situations.

•       Detailed, accurate and precise.

•       Easily inspire trust, warmth and rapport



OFA Level 3                                                                                                                                                              July 2020

Certified Instructor                                                                                                                                                              July 2020
OSSA Fall Protection

OSSA Confined Space and Monitor Fire Watch


Wilderness Awareness


NACE International                                                                                                                                                             April 2019

NACE Level One Coating Inspector Certification


University of Fredericton                                                                                                                                                                        September 2017

Awarded Foundations of Health, Safety and Environmental Processes Certification
Management and Organizational Behaviour, Incident Causation and Investigation, Risk Assessment, Approaches to Safety Management, Occupational Hygiene, Environmental Management Foundations


Justice Institute of British Columbia                                                                                                                                                       October 2016

NFPA 1001: Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications
•       Completed Courses:

•       Modules 1-8 written examinations, Practical evaluations 1-6, Live Fire 1

•       Incident Command System 100/200

•       Planning and Evaluating (Emergency Management Systems)


National Fire Protection Association Certifications
•       NPFA 1031 Fire Inspector Level One

•       NFPA 1033 Fire Investigator Level One

•       Information Officer Certification


Interior Health                                                                                                                                                       October 2015

Ventilation and tracheostomy Care

Influenza Vaccine Administration and Documentation                                                                                                                                            December 2015 Influenza Facts, Prevention and Control



British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance

National Safety Construction Officer Certification                                                                                                                                                                        Present


British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance                                                                                                                                                                        May 2019 WHIMIS Train the Trainer


EECOL Electric                                                                                                                                                                        March 2019

Line Locating


Alberta Construction Safety Association

•                    Principles of Health & Safety Management

•                    Basic Instructional Techniques

•                    Pipeline Construction Safety Training

•                    Auditor Training Program

•                      Prime Contractor

•                      Alcohol, Drugs and Safety


Employment Experience

Health and Safety Manager                                    Tuya Construction                                       August 2020 – Present

·        Establish and maintain the companies BC Forestry SAFE certification and COR certification

·        Mentor Safety Coordinators on all health and safety policies and procedures.

·        Complete on site inspections and review inspections that the health and safety coordinators have completed

·        Maintain Safety statistics for company and onsite pipeline projects

·        Conducts safety meetings, audits, and inspections to ensure compliance, evaluate performance, identify corrective action, and implement follow up assessments.

·        Create and implement Covid Safety Plans, Safe Work practices and policies regarding Covid (Working from home, Infectious Disease policy, Donning and Doffing PPE, Safe Hand Washing, First aid and Covid)

·        Review site docs daily for the proper documentation.

·        Train employees and subcontractors on health and safety procedures and documentation

·        Teach safety certification courses required for work onsite. (eg. confined spaces, fall protection, whmis)

·        Establish and maintain BC one calls, insurance and permits required for the job.

·        Manage all aspects of the companies Health and Safety program, making recommendations and guidance where required.


Safety Manager                                                          Shxw’owhamel Ventures LP         March 2020 –  August 2020

·        Establish and maintain the companies BC Forestry SAFE certification and COR certification

·        Develop,  review and implement policies and procedures

·        Conducts safety meetings, audits, and inspections to ensure compliance, evaluate performance, identify corrective action, and implement follow up assessments.

·        Plans, implements, and conducts preventative care, safety, and compliance training programs. Plans, implements, manages, and maintains comprehensive environmental safety & health programs on premises or at project site locations.

·        Provides project management team with guidance on health and safety and confirm project site fulfills industry guidelines and regulations.

·        Collaborates with management to develop an Emergency Action Plan and serve as primary contact for project site injury and incident notification, investigation, and case management. Maintains a written log of safety inspection activities, reports, and correspondence.

·        Provides technical support to project managers.

·        Participates in team meetings and provides regular on-site project presence.

·        Create and implement Covid Safety Plans, Safe Work practices and policies regarding Covid (Working from home, Infectious Disease policy, Donning and Doffing PPE, Safe Hand Washing, First aid and Covid)

·        Educate the community and employees in regards to Covid by teaching a day course on donning and doffing ppe, information about Covid


Safety Coordinator / Pipeline Integrity Inspections         Stoqo:ya Construction January 2019 – March 2020


Pipeline Integrity Inspections

·        Recognize coating types and curing mechanisms

·        Recall coating specifications including service environments and coating life cycle

·        Differentiate surface preparation equipment, methods, and standards for abrasive blasting, solvent cleaning, and power and manual tool cleaning

·        Demonstrate inspection procedures

·        Test for environmental or ambient conditions and nonvisible contaminants

·        Utilize non-destructive test instruments such as wet-film and dry-film thickness gauges and low and high voltage holiday detectors

·        Measure surface profile using replica tape and anvil micrometers, surface profile comparators, and digital surface profile gauges

·        Identify quality control issues, recognizing design and fabrication defects and coating failure modes

·        Utilize Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and product technical data sheets

·        Mentor Employees on NACE computer courses, tutor employees with NACE certifications



Safety Coordinator

·        Manage training budget, research training required to satisfy industry standards

·        Manage annual safety budget

·        Incident reporting and analysis

·        Develop and review policies and procedures

·        Tracking status of all OH&S document controls

·        External Reporting/ Eg. ISNetworld profile policy updates and quarterly reporting

·        Audit and Engage subcontractors to achieve compliance with OH&S program requirements

·        Develop Safety management plans: JHA, First Aid Assessment, Emergency Response plans

·        Mentor supervisors and all employees in OH&S policy and safe work procedures

·        Maintain monthly records for SAFE certificate reporting and perform internal audit

·        Chair monthly safety management team meetings, including agenda and meeting minutes

·        Assess effectiveness of JOSH Committee and confirm compliance


Health and Safety Administrator              Jakes Construction/Stqo:ya Construction                                                                          January 2018 – Jan 2019

·        Complete all site specific Orientations

·        Investigate incidents, complete incident reports and follow up on prescribed corrective actions

·        Analyze and report to management on leading and lagging safety indicators

·        Compile and report safety statistics

·        Maintain the companies ISNetworld profile with policy updates and quarterly reporting

·        Schedule and administrate the development and review of Oh&S policies and procedures

·        Perform company orientations for new hires.

·        Pre-qualify subcontractors prior to engagement on projects

·        Facilitate and chair monthly safety, JOSH, and safety management meetings

·        Ensure all safety certifications are current

·        Complete Form 7 and all relevant WCB forms

·        Inspect safety equipment for condition and arrange for calibration/certification when required

·        Initiate permit applications, notice of project, notice to residents and BC one calls

·        Develop site specific safety manuals


Field Health and Safety Adm/Project Administrator Assist.       Macro Industries                                                                                                                     July 2017 – January 2018 Coquihalla Crossing

·        Complete Macro and Site-Specific Orientations

·        Assist in Work Site Inspections

·        Inspected all fire suppression equipment to ensure that the equipment met the appropriate worksite standards

·        Perform monthly Fire Extinguisher Inspections

·        Completed MSDS binder and worked with warehouse to ensure it was always up to date

·        Perform and completed Wildfire Prevention Risk Assessments

·        Create all Confined Space and Controlled Space Rescue Plans

·        Assist and created Safe Work Practices, Safe Work Procedures and Task Hazard Analysis

·        Ensured Training Matrix is up to date and informed Field Safety advisor of any discrepancies.

·        Completed minutes for the Joint Health and Safety meetings

·        Ensured all gas detection monitors were bumped daily

·        Confirm and keep Site Specific Statistics up to date

·        Assist in the creation of Site Specific Emergency Response Plans and update monthly

·        Complete the Ground Disturbance checklist and Ground Disturbance permits

·        Set up employees and contractors to complete client computer orientations

·        Keep up to date pictures and logs of equipment

·        Ensured MTC unit inventory was up to date

Project Administrator Assistant


·        Verify invoices/timesheets/LEMs for correct coding, allocation, and ensuring compliance to the contract billing rates

·        Preparing of documentation to assist Accounts Receivable/Payable (eg. invoices, purchase orders) etc.

·        Facilitates communication between project managers and other departments by providing timely project updates.

·        Assist Project Controls Manager and Project Manager with setup, documentation.

·        Collect and compile project data to track progress, earned value and monitor trends, including project cost codes assigned, man-hours reported and project subcontractors.


Senior Medic  –  Surerus Murphy Joint Venture                                                              June 2016 – September 2016 Coquihalla Crossing

·        Ensure injured workers are provided with immediate onsite medical care.

·        Confirm vehicle and MTC is fully functional

·        Demonstrate safe and courteous driving techniques.

·        Wear Personal protective equipment at all times on job site.

·        Advise and/or arrange timely transport to a medical facility if needed.

·        Read, understand and comply with HSE’s medical control guidelines, safety policies and job

·        procedures as well as applicable government laws and regulations.

·        Complete Field Hazard Daily Checklists, and perform tailgate meetings with other medics and staff.

·        Assist Health and Safety Manager to ensure ticket compliance.

·        Data entry of health and safety related documents


Licensed Practical Nurse           Fraser Health                                                                       June 2016 to Present

·        Collaborate as a team promoting a healthy lifestyle to all cliental.

·        Holistically promoted health considering the whole person spiritually, mentally and physically.

·        Assist care aides when needed performing daily care such as bathing, grooming, dressing, meal assisting.

·        Accurately and safely administer medication; orally, subcutaneous and intramuscular injection, topical, inhalation, ophthalmic and document according on patients chart/MAR

·        Proper use of equipment; oxygen supplies, wound care, catheters, tracheostomy tubes, NG tubes, PEG tubes, specimen collection

·        Ventilation and Tracheostomy care, Open and closed Suction

·        Demonstrated critical thinking skills within scope of practice including problem solving and strong decision making ability

·        Timely, document and communicate client data to ensure continuity of care

·        Safely transfer clients using mechanical and standing lifts


Paid on Call Firefighter             West Kelowna Fire & Rescue                                            April 2012 – October 2015

·        Safely respond to medical calls assisting paramedics with patients that are experiencing medical issues

·        Respond to motor vehicle accidents, fires and a wide variety of incidents in a professional and appropriate manner.

·        As a member of the Joint Health and Safety committee, attend weekly practices and participate in Health and Safety meetings.

·        Complete Hall Health and Safety inspections

·        Assist Senior Officers training the recruit class.

·        Observe and participate in fire inspections in the community.

·        Assist to ensure business compliance with fire and building codes.

·        Data Entry of employee hours,

Public Education Employee

·        Promote and teach fire prevention education in a school setting, at the hall and in the community.

·        Create and implement safety educational programs such as falls prevention and smoke alarms.

·        Train members of the community CPR Awareness

Health and Safety/Bookkeeper                   Hitman Welding Inc.                                                                              August 2006 – 2016

·        Set up and maintain Health and Safety Program

·        Issue financial Statements

·        Conduct monthly reconciliation of every bank account

·        Accounts receivable/accounts payable

·        Calculate and remit payroll and GST

·        Assemble information for external auditors for the annual audit

Welder Helper                                                   Hitman Welding Inc.                                                                              August 2006 – 2016

·        Ensured Truck was stocked

·        Assisted to set up pipe fabrication

·        Grind and Buffing

·        Complete FLRA’s


Volunteer Experience

Trainer for Lower Mainland Ringette U19AA team

Darren Clayton                                                                      Tyrone McNeil

Construction Manager                                                            General Manager

Stqo:ya Construction                                                               Stqo:ya Construction

604-795-0675                                                                          604-819-0964

Arnie Stefaniuk    Site Superintendent   Macro Industries        1-250-261-0678  Shane Megoran    Construction Manager Enbridge/JMS Consulting 1-403-560-2087

Quentin  Dyck Field Safety Advisor Macro Industries 250-794-8896

Russell Dealy Forman Surerus Murphy 780-232-3939

Kelly Hills, Fire and Life Safety Officer West Kelowna Fire & Rescue 778-215-6625

DorIe Fasick, RN Instructor Okanagan College 250-864-0675

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