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Curriculum Vitae

A. Balamurugan. Mob: + 97 150


28 90 990
hsebalamurugan@gmail.com + 97
155 49 09 436

Date of birth 28th April 1980


(World Day for Safety and Health at
Work-ILO)
Position Executive Engineer - HSE
Nationality Indian
Languages English, Hindi & Tamil
Nationality Indian
Marital Status Married
Driving License Valid UAE & India
Passport No. E3300270, Valid upto 28/10/2012
Visa Status Employment Valid till 22nd Nov 2011
Objective
To achieve a challenging position in Health, Safety & Environment and
its associate organization of international standard and to excel in life
with pace of the organization involved. I would like to involve an
important and precious role in that industry.
Educational qualifications

2002 to 2004 Master of Engineering in Industrial Safety from


Anna University, India

About College: TIFAC-CORE Department of Science & Technology (DST), New


Delhi, has recognized the department of Mechanical Engineering as a CENTRE OF
RELEVANCE & EXCELLENCE (CORE) in INDUSTRIAL SAFETY. A MoU / agreement was
signed between Department of Science and Technology and our college on 04-10-
2000. The TIFAC-CORE was launched by Bharat Ratna Dr.APJ.Abdulkalam, Principal
adviser to Govt. of India on 8-11-2000. Under TIFAC-CORE a safety lab has been
established at a cost of Rs.44.9/- lakhs. The college has spent nearly 36 lakh rupees
to construct a building for safety laboratory, classrooms and a permanent exhibition
hall.

Main programmes of the TIFAC-CORE are to create awareness among the workers on
safety, accident prevention, clean working environment, productivity improvement,
waste reduction, safety education & training etc. Every year TIFAC-CORE is
celebrating National Safety Day on 4th March. http://www.mepcoeng.ac.in

1998 to 2002 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from


Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, India
http://www.jayamatha.org/Departments.aspx#mec
Professional qualifications

“Confined Space Entry Monitor” one day training program


conducted by Saeed Bin Masoud International at 2008 April.

“Registered Safety Advisor” Course Conducted by EHSS – Nakheel


at Dubai 2008

NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Safety &


Health, UK June ‘06

Professional Memberships
Life Associate Membership in Safety Engineer’s Association India
(SEA) since 2005 http://www.seaindia.org/

Life Associate Membership in National Safety Council in India (NSC)


since 2005 http://www.nsc.org.in/

Key Experience

Being a part of ETA Ascon Group of Companies HSE department, I


acquired experience as Executive Engineer – HSE, High storey
residential towers at the Jumeriah Beach Residence & Dubai Marina.

Erection and commissioning of Paraxylene heat exchange at Indian Oil


Corporation Limited (IOCL), Panipat, India

Erection and commissioning of heavy duty roller conveyors, FD, ID fan,


Chillers, Transformers at Saint Gobain Glass Industries Limited,
Chennai, India

Professional History

2006 to Present, Executive Engineer - HSE with ETA ASCON STAR


Group of Companies, Dubai, UAE http://www.eta-ascon.com/Nascon/index.asp

A. Project : Dubai Marina Mall & Hotel /Apartments


(B+G+M+38)(Completed)
Client : Alec / Emaar
Value : UAE Dhs. 318 Million
http://www.dubaimarinamall.com

B. Project : B+G+40 Storey Residential Towers at 7WX Dubai


Marina(Completed)
Client : Nasa Multiplex / K Home
Value : UAE Dhs. 118 Million
http://www.brookfieldmultiplex.com/construction/projects/property-
details/1708/Marina-District-7WX

C. Project : B+G+M+46 Storey Residential Towers at the


Jumeriah Beach
Residence, Sector – 5 (Completed)
Client : Al Ahmadiah / Estithmar Reality
Value : UAE Dhs. 165 Million
http://www.dubai-properties.ae/en/Projects/JumeirahBeach/Index.html

D. Project: Business Bay Executive Tower – District Cooling Plant


(B+G+M+R)(Under commissioning)
Client: Empower
Value: UAE Dhs. 192 Million
http://www.empower.ae/php/currentprojectdisplay.php?st=c&project_id=23

II) 2004 to 2006 Safety Engineer with SPIC JEL Engineering


Construction Limited, India http://www.spicjel.com/

A. Project : Float Glass 2 Expansion Project, Saint Gobain


Client : Saint Gobain Glass India Limited
About the Project:
In 2005, SGGI set up its second float line within the same complex. With this
new float line, the Company has the capacity to produce 1200 tons of
international quality float glass per day. The expanded facility has become the
single largest integrated glass complex in the Saint-Gobain Group to be
set up in recent decades. (Source: http://www.saint-
gobain.co.in/SGGlassIndia.htm

B. Project : Paraxylene Project (PX2 Project), IOCL, India


Client : Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)
About the project:
The Paraxylene/PTA Project, India's single largest PTA project, is taking shape
with the visionary initiatives of the largest petroleum enterprise of the nation. The
PX/PTA project marks Indian Oil's major step towards forward integration in the
Hydrocarbon Value Chain by manufacturing Purified Terephthalic Acid (PTA) and
Paraxylene from Naphtha. The Paraxylene/PTA project was accorded approval by
the Indian Oil Board in January 2001 at a cost of Rs 5,104 crore.

The Paraxylene plant is designed to process 5,00,000 TPA of heart-cut


Naphtha to produce about 3,60,000 TPA of PX. Naphtha will be sourced from
Indian Oil's Panipat and Mathura Refineries, for which Naphtha Splitter Unit is
being constructed at the respective refineries. The PTA unit will produce 5,53,000
TPA of Purified Terephthalic Acid from Paraxylene. Technologically, the
Petrochemicals Plant will be one of the most advanced plants in the country.
(Source: http://www.prdomain.com/companies/I/IndianOil/newsreleases/20031023
44356.htm
III) 2003 to 2004 Southern Petrochemical Industrial Corporation Limited
(SPIC)
Designation: Project Safety Trainee (A Study of Ergonomic in
bagging plant)
About SPIC
 First to set up a joint venture fertilizer complex at Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu state,
India.
 Largest naphtha-based single-stream aluminium plant in Asia, when
commissioned.
 Largest urea plant of its kind in the world, when commissioned.
 First to introduce black DAP in India.
 First to introduce pipe reactor technology to manufacture black DAP.
 First to produce aluminium fluoride from waste hydrofluosilic acid.
(Source: http://www.spic.in/fert_achievements.htm

IV) 2004 – Tuticorin Thermal Power Plant (T.T.P.S)


Designation: Project Mechanical Trainee (A Study of Air in improving
boiler efficiency)

Present Roles & Responsibility

 Provide advice to the Project Manager on HSE issues.

 Monitor statutory compliance by carried out regular inspections and


auditing the works.

 Undertake at least a weekly inspection and prepare a quantitative


report for submittal to the Project Manager.

 Report immediately to the senior management and serious safety


breaches that place workers in life threatening situations.

 Assist the sub contractors in undertaking risk assessment and


identifying safe systems of work to be recorded in safe work method
statements.

 Develop and deliver in house courses on HSE topics.

 Assist Engineer / Supervisors / Foreman in delivering toolbox talks to


the workers on the control measures identified in risk assessments
and the safe system of work to be adhered to.

 Develop and deliver the worker safety induction ensuring that all
workers receive an induction prior to starting work.
 Develop procedures for high risk activities and brief management
on their responsibilities under these procedures. Audit against these
procedures regularly and report any non compliance to the Project
Manager.

 Ensure that the sub contractors has an accident investigation


reporting procedure in line with HSE requirements

 Undertake the lead role in all accident investigations and ensure


that a written investigation report is provided to Authority for all
reportable accidents.

 Maintain registers for all cranes, hoists, lifting accessories and plant
to ensure that where required the necessary certification is in place
and up to date.

 Advise on the requirements for site welfare and carry out regular
inspections of the facilities, reporting any concerns to the Project
Manager.

 Maintain registers for, but not limited to, all heavy plant operators,
crane operators, signaler / slingers and certified scaffolders.
Ensuring that in these disciplines only 3rd party certified personnel
are employed.

 Review sub contractors HSE plan & approved the plan according to
the site situations.

References

1) Mr. Nellaiappan, 2) Mr. Vijay Anand,


Sr. Safety Engineer, Corporate Sr.QHSE Advisor,
Emirates Trading Agency (ETA) Emirates Trading Agency (ETA)
Ph. +97 150 53 84 514 Ph: +97 150 44 89 565

Declaration
The above mentioned details are true to the best of my knowledge.

Very truly yours,

Balamurugan.A
http://www.linkedin.com/in/safebalan