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D.B.D.

SAMPATH
“Nandana”, Harbour road, Mirissa.
Sri Lanka.
Tel: +94 716256652, +94 412251677
Email: dsnets@yahoo.com

PROFILE
An energetic and enthusiastic graduate who enjoys challenges and
achieving

organizational

and

personal

goals

successfully

and

can

contribute in achieving strategic objectives of the organization through
effective relationships while sharing knowledge and skills with each others.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
1. B.Sc. (Hons) Degree in Facilities Management in Department of Building
Economics, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, which is accredited by the Royal
Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Successfully completed the one year research (Dissertation), on the topic of “The

problems faced by the occupants in utility condominiums in Sri Lanka”
Successfully completed the training programme with a “Excellent Pass (A)”

2. Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health in Institute of Personnel
Management (IPM) in collaboration with National Institute of Occupational Safety
and Health is completed.

SCHOOL EDUCATION
St. Servatious College, Matara, Sri Lanka
G.C.E. Advanced Level Results (in year

Combined Mathematics (A), Physics (B),

2006)
G.C.E. Ordinary Level Results (in year

Chemistry (C)
4 Distinctions (A), 2 Very good pass (B),

2002)

1 Credit pass (C), 1 Ordinary pass (S)
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AREAS
HVAC,

OF INTEREST

Energy

Management,

Building

Management

Systems,

Operations

and

Maintenance Management, Information Technology, Human Resource Management
and Areas related to Building Engineering Services

SKILLS
Computer

Literacy

Fluent in MS-Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power point,
Projects and Visio), AutoCAD 2014, Microsoft Windows

Languages
Leadership skills
Team work

(98, 2000 and XP, Vista, Windows 8), Internet and Email.
Good command in both written and spoken English and


Sinhala.
Senior prefect of the School.
Ability to drive team for achieving goals in various
projects as

excelled in the school and university.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Period

: 8thof December 2011 – 15th of Jun 2012

Organization

: Integrated property management and services lanka (Pvt) Ltd.

Designation

: Facility coordinator in IBM

Plan, coordinate, and direct a broad range of services that allow organization to
operate efficiently including
 Coordinate daily operations and facility oversight.
 Implement & investigate routine and preventive facility maintenance including
cleaning building & furniture, electrical, HVAC, plumbing systems, etc.
 Supervise internal maintenance staff and outside contractors.
 Oversee centralized operations that meet the needs of multiple departments.
 Managing

administrative

activities

involving

purchase

of

equipment,

maintenance of procurement, housekeeping, safety, security etc.
 Planning and preparing monthly reports pertaining to finance required for
maintaining office infrastructure and facilities.
 Upkeep of office administrative facilities and ensure availability of daily
miscellaneous requirements to provide harmonious work culture to employees.
 Supervising administrative activities like general admin, verification of
stationery stock, petty cash, florist, pest control, housekeeping, etc.
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Period

: 1stof July 2012 – 10th of July 2013

Organization

: Sanken overseas (Seychelles) (Pvt) Ltd. (One year project is

completed)
Designation

: Assistant M & E Engineer

 Planning and coordination of M&E works and related aspects of building
construction projects.
 Carry

out

works

scheduling,

materials

requisition

and

cost

control

responsibilities and liaise with clients, consultants, subcontractors and other
relevant governmental authorities to ensure full compliance.
 Monitoring and control of quality, progress of M&E installation works and
testing, commissioning and authority inspection activities.
 Supervision of in-house M&E crew (Electricians, plumbers), subcontractor’s
works and all M&E related site works and ensuring on site M&E works are on
schedule.
 To ensure work are compliance with required specification, quality and safety
standards.
Period

: 29th of August 2013 – 1st of September 2015

Organization

: Carillion plc Qatar (Two year contract is completed)

Designation

: Maintenance (MEP) supervisor in Qatar shell projects

 Complete all preventive maintenance requirements, as outlined on the
Preventive maintenance plan, and keep records by up-dating the schedule and
preventive maintenance logs.
 Coordinates, inspects, repairs and maintains the air conditioning, electrical,
plumbing, mechanical and other related systems.
 Perform repairs in regard to complaints received from residents and keep
permanent records of same.
 Supervises and assigns the work of maintenance employees and inspects work
for completeness.
 Order and pickup maintenance supplies and materials as directed by the
operation manager and maintain storage and work areas in a neat, safe, and
secure condition.
 Assist in the progress inspections of on-site work performed by outside
contractors.
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PERSONNEL PROFILE







Name in full
Name with initials
Sex
:
Date of Birth
:
National ID No. :
Civil Status
Nationality
Religion
:

:
Diyagu Badathuragei Dhanushka Sampath
:
D.B.D. Sampath
Male
03rdof April 1986
860943492V
:
Single
:
Sri Lankan
Buddhism

NON RELATED REFEREES
Mr. Hemantha Dharmasena

Mr.Roshan Fernando

Assistant Manager - Technical

Manager – Electrical & BMS

IPMSL (pvt) Ltd.

Hatton National Bank

BOC Merchant tower, Level 08,

HNBTowers,

Colombo 03,

Colombo 10,

Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka.

Phone: +94 11 2301154

Phone: +94 11 2660446

DECLARATION
I do hereby declare above particulars given by me are true and accurate to the best
of my knowledge.
If I’m offered an opportunity to serve as an employee in your esteemed
establishment I am very much confident that I am capable of contributing more
towards the betterment of your reputed organization while gaining invaluable
experience in my fields of interest.

D.B.D. Sampath
Date

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ANNEX: MODULE CONTENT
DEGREE PROGRAM

UNDER THE

B.SC. (HONS) FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

Property Management





Performance Management
Capital Asset Pricing
Contracts and Procurements
Facilities
Energy Management
Land Economics and Valuation






Whole Life Costing
Maintenance Management
Asset Management
Documentation Management
Workplace Planning and Design
Risk Management


  Services Technology

Services – HVAC, Water Supply and
drainage, Fire, Telecommunication
and Data Communication, security,



Health, Safety and Welfare
Waste Management
Intelligent Systems - BMS

Vertical Transportation, etc.

  Management and IT Studies







Fundamentals of Management
Communication Principles
Statistics
Information Technology
Mathematics Accountancy
Legal System
Organizational Management






Law of Obligations
Project Planning and Management
Human Resource Management
Financial Management
Business law
Professional Practice

  Construction Technology



Building Design and Construction
Civil Engineering Construction
Drawings



Building Materials
Measurement of Works
Building Surveying
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Specification Writing




MODULE CONTENT UNDER THE DIPLOMA IN OCCUPATIONAL
SAFETY AND HEALTH


   Module 01: Managing Safety and
Health

Legislation related to occupational

safety and health
Managing of occupational safety and

health
Accidents/incidents, loss causation



and investigation
Human factors and performance
Organizational factors
Identifying hazards, assessing and

evaluating risk
Risk
control

planning
Quantifying

and

safety

emergency
performance;

statistics

   Module 02: Hazards Agents in


Occupational hygiene
Epidemiology
and


statistics/health surveillance
Occupational diseases
Health problem in some selected


occupations
Work place welfare
Workplace first aid


   Module 03: Workplace, work and
equipment safety

Premises safety issues
Material handling; storage

processing dangerous substances
Work equipment and mechanical



tools, hand tools etc.
Machinery safety
Electrical safety
Safety in building and construction

related operations
Environmental pollution and waste


management
Fire, explosion and implosion
Fire suppression equipment

their application
Risk assessment and prevention of

the Workplace

General





health
Principles of toxicology
Chemical factors – evaluating risk
Biological factors - evaluating risk
Physical factors - evaluating risk
Psychosocial factors evaluating


risk
Ergonomics
Hazards substances

aspects

of

occupational

basic

and

and

fire at premises
   Module 04: Application of Safety
and Health Practices and Related

preventive

Issues

and protective measures
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Influence and links with international


agencies
Trade unions and safety and health
Role of the minister of labour SL,
NIOSH
Labour

and

the

Department

of

Safety and health in the informal
sector


 Module 05: Occupation Based
Research

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