L. Crystal Brown
Construction safety in Not Working Presently (january 2016)
Not Working Presently (january 2016)
September 2015 a January 2016
New NCSO certification with a Journeyman Scaffolding ticket. Presently looking for position in safety field as new NCSO.
Alberta Carpenter and Allied Workers Union 1325
November 2008 a August 2014
- I have worked from a apprentice to a working General Forman in this trade.
- I also have worked for a number of companies such as; Aluma Systems, Safway Scaffolding, Aceon, Park Deroche, Jacobs, PCL etc..
- As well as been throughout Alberta's industrial plants and Modular yards at areas such as; Ft McMurray, Edmonton, Calgary, Ft Saskatchewan, Grand Prairie etc.
I have taken on such extras as;
- Safety Champ
- Speaker for Grades 7-9 Girls School
Quality Control Supervisor
Nascor Industries Ltd
March 2004 a November 2008
- Maintaining production Quality without lost of production from technical to final shipping of products to on site repairs
- Managing and Coordinating personnel
- Training workers in proficiency, tool use, building techniques and problem solving
- On site problem solving and service communicating with building contractors
- Created system and manuals for production and quality to obtain & maintain High Industry Standards.
Courses: Dealing With Difficult People
National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO)ACSA (Alberta Construction Safety Association) (Canadá)
September 2014 a September 2015
Bilingual / Native
Electronic Publishing Program
More L. Crystal
To continue training and learning in the field of Safety to create safe, respectable, comfortable environments for owners, management and workers to learn and conduct safe practices in.
Industries of interest
Food and Beverage Construction Industry Wood Industry Mining / Oil / Gas Building Products Oil Industry
Areas of interest
Architecture / Construction Energy, Minning and Fuel Industries Quality Safety Auditing Services Executive Management
Availability to travel and work outside the city
Interests and hobbies
Women in the Trades (both though my Union as well as non-union)