David Macedo

Quality Assurance Manager

Profile

David Macedo has been employed with TGH Safety Consulting since August of 2011.  David has over 25 years experience with Health & Safety in many industries from commercial to the refinery setting.  David’s extensive experience and knowledge in the Professional Security industry makes him a well-rounded individual when it comes to safety.  It doesn’t stop here.  David possesses a facilitation certificate and has been training numerous groups in topics including Health & Safety Part 1 & 2, WHMIS and Customer Service Excellence for over 10 years.  All that being said, David's expertise with Health & Safety and his motivational approach helps to ensure a successful and Safe outcome to every project that he is assigned too.

As of 2016, David has been assigned the role of Quality Assurance Manager.  David's duties include the attesting of SWP's, LPO's and other related IOL / TGH reports. 

Certifications & Designations

Accident & Incident Investigation
Asbestos Awareness
Basic Safety Orientation
Basic Scaffold Safety
Behaviour Based Safety
Case Management
Confined Space Entry & Rescue
CPR / First Aid / AED
Customer Service Excellence Facilitator
Emergency Preparedness
EMFOS
Environmental Protection
Fall Arrest / Protection
Fall Protection Training
Fluke Meter
Fork Lift Truck Training
Fresh Air Supply Training
Gas Test Certification
Ground Disturbance For Supervisors
H2S Awareness
Hazard Identification Training
Industrial Firefighting - Basic
Instructional Techniques
IOL - P&D Site Orientation
IOL - PDM Reviews
IOL Contractor Safety Orientation
Joint Health & Safety Committees
JSA Writing & Auditing
Labour Legislation
Lift Truck Operator
Lockout / Tagout
Near Miss Reporting
Observation Based Safety
Permit Writing
Petroleum Oriented Safety Training
PPE
Respirator Fit Testing & Training
Root Cause Analysis
Safe Driving
Safe Work Permit Training
Safety & Health Law
Safety Watch
Supervisor Training
Supplied Air / Respirator Fit Testing - SABA/SCBA
SWP Trainer/Attester
Tank Cleaning Safety Procedures
Transportation Of Dangerous Goods
Unique Leadership & Coaching Skills
W@H Facilitator
WHMIS Facilitator
WHMIS Refresher
Work Permit Training
Workers Health & Safety
Working At Heights

Key Skills

Building Maintenance
Excavations
Pipeline Installation
Piping Modifications
Confined Space Rescue
Ground Repair
Plant Decommissioning
Stair & Walkway Repair
Tank Maintenance
Underground Pipeline Replacement and Repair Pipeline Commissioning and Decommissioning Construction

Accomplishments

• 8 1/2 years experience working in the Chemical Valley as an Advanced Operating Technician, Railcar Loader and Volunteer Fire Rescue

• Over 25 years of experience with Health & Safety in various workplaces including management and employee representation on the JHSC, respectfully

• 10 years of Supervisory experience

• 15 years of Professional Security experience

• Extensive facilitation experience in Customer Service Excellence, WHMIS, Health & Safety and other related safety programs

• H2S Awareness from IEC in 2011

• Skyjack Scissor Lift (up to 32’) Training in 2011

• Critical & Creative Thinking Certificate from Lambton College

• Health & Safety Certification - Part 1 and 2

• Human Relations Certificate from Lambton College

• Continues to attend Knowledge Exchange Seminars regarding Health & Safety through IAPA Training (Industrial Accident Prevention Association)

• Leadership & Effective Communication Certificate from Development Dimensions International

• Employment & Labor Law in Ontario Certificate

• Communications Certificate from Lambton College

• Managing Absenteeism in Ontario Certificate

• Human Behaviour Training

• Plant Fire & Rescue Training

• Non-Violent Crisis Intervention

• Proud recipient of Oxford’s “Ownership” Award for the implementation of a Health & Safety Program

• Instrumental for achieving BOMA “Go Green” Award

• Recipient of the OLG “OPAL” Award for outstanding facilitation of Health & Safety Part 1 and 2, WHMIS and Customer Service Excellence

• Instrumental for achieving a 2nd Place Environmental Award from the Chamber of Commerce for “Going Green”

• BSO PLUS Training, including H2S and Asbestos Awareness from IEC, Sarnia.

• Team Leadership Training

• Certified Health & Safety and WHMIS Trainer

• Advanced First Aid/CPR (Emergency Medical Responder)

• Blue Print and Schematics Interpretation

• Train the Trainer Certification

• Customer Service Excellence Trainer

• Non-Violent Crisis Intervention / Use of Force / Handcuff / Powers Of Arrest Training

• Professional Security Network Training

• Smart Serve Training

• Certified as an Assigned Tank Cleaning Specialist by Tank Specialist, Don Macrae, on October 20, 2013

Job History

IOL - Sarnia Brine Pipelines - Nov-Dec 2011(1 week) (Job Shadow)
Prime Contractor - Kelgor            
Project Manager - Victor Marshall          
   - Verification of Safety Work Permits.          
   - Participation of Contractor Tool Box Talks and Safety reinforcement      
   - Review and verification of Contractor’s JSA’s - Job Safety Analysis.      
   - Gas Testing and recording of work areas.          
   - Completion of Safety forms, including LMRA, SPSA and LPO’s.        
IOL - Belleville - May 2012(2 weeks)
Prime Contractor - Cyntech
Project Manager - Larry Robinson          
Worked on modifications to Tank-1011. The scope of work included:
   - Conducted and managed Safety Meetings with the crew
   - Confined Space Entry
   - Worked on Internal Floating Roof
   - Fabricated roof platform and modified roof vent hatches
IOL - Corner Brook - May 2012(1 week)
Prime Contractor - Noye
Project Manager - Gradon Pilgrim          
The scope of work included:
   - Conducted and managed Safety Meetings with the crew
   - The installation of a mono-rail system (14'2, 220lbs) in the VCU shelter to move the detonation arrester for RM purposes and to
     install a UPS system during power failures.
IOL - Corner Brook - June 2012(1.5 months)
Prime Contractor - Wes Nova
Project Manager - Gradon Pilgrim          
The scope of work included:
   - Conducted and managed Safety Meetings with the crew
   - Fabricating (grinding, cutting, welding) five cat-walks.
Marine Tanker - Algoeast - July 2012(3 days)
   -Confined Space Rescue / Gas Testing / Spark Watcher / Permit Issuer
IOL - Finch Terminal Main Electrical Upgrade - August 2012(3 weeks)
Prime Contractor - PT Industrial Electric Company        
Project Manager - Nick Xourafas            
The scope of work included:            
   - Conducted and managed Safety Meetings with the crew
   -Hydro-vac Excavation for installation of Grounding Rods (10' deep) and Grounding Grid (12" deep)  
   -Remove and replace high voltage overhead main power lines and install wood pole near main sub station  
   -Critical High Voltage Work as per PDM 03-02-17, Safe Electrical Work as per PDM 01-04-32, LOTO procedures as per PDM 03-02-05
   -Working at Heights (Bucket Truck) as per PDM 01-01-33        
   -Powder Actuated Tool used for crimping          
IOL - Finch Terminal Security Camera Diagnostic Project - August 2012(1 day)      
Prime Contractor - PT Industrial Electric Company        
Project Manager - Steve Shiraishi          
The scope of work included:            
   - Conducted and managed Safety Meetings with the crew
   -Removing a surge arrester from the SE corner of the garage top camera array to the bottom location at the SW corner of the  
garage in the main camera junction box.  Used a Genie Lift to troubleshoot the base station on the terminal main building rooftop.
IOL - Calgary Terminal Tank 4020 Inspection, Repair and Commission - October 2012(1.5 months)    
Prime Contractor - Cyntech            
Project Manager - Wayne Howatt          
The scope of work included:            
   - Conducted and managed Safety Meetings with the crew
   -Confined Space Entry of Tank 4020 for internal repairs and API Inspection      
   -Upgrades, including new piping additions and electronics (Radar and High-High Level Shut-Down alarm)  
   -De-commissioning of a temporary tank          
   -Commissioning of Tank 4020            
   -Using and operating four Rig Rat alarm systems - Hot Work in the Tank Field      
IOL - Edmonton Pipeline Dig Project - November 2012 to December 2012 (2.5 months)    
Prime Contractor - Black and McDonald          
Project Manager - Andrew McCann          
The scope of work included:            
   - Conducted and managed Safety Meetings with the crew
   -Underground Pipeline (MOGAS, Distillate and SSS lines) probing, inspection, sectional removal and repair  
   -Used mechanical and hydrovac methods of exposing underground pipelines for inspection and repair  
   -Issued Safety Work Permits and CSE Permits to crews as needed      
   -Used Pigs and Traps to help identify and purge pipelines        
   -Used Nitrogen purging techniques to clear pipes of product and LEL before sections were removed  
   -Grinding on live lines            
   -Cut out and sectional replacement of pipelines        
   -Welding Petro-Sleeves on line pipelines          
   -Adhering to Crossing Agreements and Ground Disturbance documentation      
IOL - Finch Terminal Catch Basin #10 Project - January 2013 (1 day)      
Prime Contractor - Black and McDonald          
Worked as a CSID for Black and McDonald.  Scope of Work included:       
   -Mechanical Excavation (5 feet) via back hoe and disconnect of a 6" clay pipe entering catch basin #10 on the East side 
    parking lot.  Line to be isolated (cut and cement application) and taken out of service.  The pipeline is from   
    an unknown source, outside the Terminal.  Certificate of Analysis of contents equate to "sludge" water.   
IOL - Edmonton Pipeline Dig Project - March 04 to 08, 2013(5 days)      
Prime Contractor - Black and McDonald          
Project Manager - Andrew McCann          
The scope of work included:            
  -Demobilization of 4 Dig Sites            
  -Removing piping and equipment via picker truck        
  -Ensured all 4 Dig Sites were made safe and secured        
IOL - Finch Terminal Military Jet A-1 Additive Project - March 12 to March 22, 2013(9 days)    
Prime Contractor - PT Industrial Electric Company        
Project Manager - Steve Shiraishi          
The scope of work included:            
  -to provide DCI 4A additive storage and bottom truck loading injection facilities to the two existing bottom loading  
Jet A-1 arms at Finch Terminal's truck load rack #3.  This project comprised of Electrical and Mechanical work.  
The first portion of this project was Electrical work, connecting the existing meters to existing junction boxes to accommodate
for the addition of a new Additive Tank and Control Panel.        
The second phase of this project was Mechanical work, installing a new Additive Tank, the addition of a new Control Panel and   
the addition of two new spool pieces to the loading rack to accommodate for the new product.    
IOL - Finch Terminal Tank 679 Jet Enhancements for AC Supply - April 03 to June 18, 2013(34 days)    
Prime Contractor - GL Construction          
Project Manager - Steve Shiraishi          
The scope of work included:            
  -Increasing the Finch terminal Jet A-1 storage volume by converting Tank 679 (10 ML) into Jet A-1 storage to   
support existing Jet A-1 tanks 250 (14.4 ML) and 580 (14.4 ML) and to enable Nanticoke refinery Jet A-1 pipeline   
receipts into Finch Terminal storage.          
This project is comprised of four phases:          
1. Switch tank 679 into Jet A-1 operation, currently in ULSD service (Diesel).      
2. Update tank 679 essential tankage facilities for Jet A-1 service, similar to the tank 250 & 580 facilities.  
3. Re-commission and update idle tank 679 Jet A-1 facilities to and from the clay and hay treat facilities.  
4. Connect tank 679 Jet A-1 shipments to the existing terminal Jet A-1 truck loading facilities and to the IOL   
pipeline shipping pumps for Consolidated Pipeline shipments to the Toronto International Airport, alongside tanks   
250 & 580.              
  -Staged and welded 180 feet of a 3" Water Draw-Off Line from Tank 679 to an underground water draw-off storage tank.
  -Used Rig Rats during Hot Work in the Tank Farm (cutting, welding, grinding) as per PDM 03-02-32 (Hot Work in Tank fields).
  -Contractors used a Gantry Crane to lift heavy spool pieces and valves.        
  -Contractors used a GrassHopper (leverage device) to transport heavy spool pieces and valves.    
  -CSE to replace a diffuser nozzle assembly with an upward vortex breaker as part of the tank's enhancements.  
  -Use of a 30 tonne Crane to replace modified spool pieces at the Clay Treater inside the Tank Farm.  
  -Staged and welded 140 feet of a 10" Shipping Line from Tank 679 to the Rack facilities.    
IOL - Finch Terminal Tank 677 to Tank 679 Transfer - May 16 to May 24, 2013(1 week)    
Prime Contractor - Smits            
Project Manager - Dan Patterson          
The scope of work included:            
  -to transfer Low Sulphur Diesel from Tank 677 to Tank 679 before cleaning Tank 677.      
  -transfer of product from Tank 677 through a Sand Piper Pump, through a Backdoor Manifold to Tank 679.  
  -documentation and verifying the LOTO on Backdoor Manifold MOV's as per PDM 03-02-05 (LOTO).   
IOL - Finch Terminal - ATCS Training - Lube Tanks - July 03 to July 12, 2013 (8 days)      
Prime Contractor - Smits            
Trainers - Tom Hennessey and Todd Konrad          
Project Manager - Victor Marshall          
The scope of work included:            
   -Getting ready to de-commission 16 Lube Tanks by following Exxon Mobile's Protocols (Cleaning and Gas Freeing)   
   -Salvaging product from the Lube Tanks and lines into a Vacuum Truck      
   -Scanning and forwarding SWP's for attesting          
   -Organize and perform daily updates to the Tank Cleaning Binders as per Exxon Mobile's Protocols  
IOL - Emery Creek Dig in Toronto - July 15 to July 29, 2013(14 days)      
Prime Contractor - RB Somerville            
Project Manager - Glen Heck            
The scope of work included:            
8" Jet Fuel P/L Remediation, including:          
   - Preparing and issuing Safety Work Permits to the Contractors on a daily basis      
   -Working with TNPI and Sun Canadian to hydro-vac excavate (Day Light) their lines for location confirmation  
   -Diverted culvert water flow from the pond to the adjacent creek to safely drain the pond for pipeline access  
   -Excavation around IOL's 8" Jet Fuel pipeline and 12" Sun Canadian pipeline to exposed a 12 foot length of each line
   -Removal of pipe coating for NDT testing          
   -Supervised Sand Blasting of both lines before the NDT testing         
   -Supervised the NDT testing on both pipelines          
   -Re-wrapped both pipelines with primer/mastic and tape - "STOPAQ"      
   -Applied membrane liner on pond floor and filled pond with sand and compacted the sand to ensure line integrity
   -Restored the culvert flow back into the pond          
   -Adhered to Environmental Regulations when restoring the site including tree and shrub planting    
IOL - Finch Terminal Tank 151 Floor Work (water blasting) - August 02 to 08, 2013(8 Days)    
Prime Contractor - Cyntech            
Project Manager - Dan Patterson          
The scope of work included:            
To inspect the inside floor of Tank 151 (originally in Gasoline Service) to confirm floor repair or floor replacement.  Duties included:
   -IWS to remove the epoxy coating liner inside Tank 151 via high water blasting (40,000 psi), while Cyntech provides Safety Watch
and Rescue Services for CSE.  Smits to be on site to vacuum out the water and remains of the already water blasted epoxy liner inside 
Tank 151.                
   -Acuren entering Tank 151 to perform floor scans (Magnetic Flux Leakage) and UT testing (Ultrasonic Testing) to complete the floor
inspection of Tank 151.            
  -Used two Rig Rats during Hot Work in the Tank Farm (use of generators and compressors) as per PDM 03-02-32 (Hot Work in Tank 
fields).              
IOL - Finch Terminal Furnace Fuel Tank 4910 Replacement - Sept. 03 to Oct. 11, 2013  (21 days)    
Prime Contractor - Demik            
Project Manager - Steve Shiraishi          
The scope of work included:            
  -Removing an underground 4,500 litres steel Furnace Fuel Tank near the foam building at Finch and replacing it with an above
ground tank.              
  -The scope includes some excavation, lifting, concrete work, minor mechanical and electrical.     
  -Underground utilities were located before any mechanical excavation started.      
  -Followed Excavations (PDM 03-02-12) protocols during mechanical excavation.      
  -LOTO (PDM 03-02-05) of the furnace fuel tank pump.        
IOL - Finch Terminal Main Electrical Room Upgrade - Sept. 13 to 15, 2013  (2 days)      
Prime Contractor - PT Electrical            
Project Manager - Eriel Sutow            
The scope of work included:            
  -To perform electrical upgrades to both MCC 1 and MCC 2 units in the Main Electrical Building.    
  -LOTO (PDM 03-02-05) of main power to the Terminal to initiate the upgrades.      
  -Followed High Voltage Work (PDM 03-02-17) protocols.         
IOL - Finch Terminal Dyke Sump Pump Replacement - Sept. 24 to Nov. 11, 2013  (27 days)    
Prime Contractor - Demik            
Project Manager - Victor Marshall          
The scope of work included:            
  -To replace three sump pumps in the Tank Farm, one in the West Dyke, one in the Center Dyke and one in the East Dyke.  
Upgrade piping to these systems.  Upgrade the Receiving Well located just North of the VRU.       
  -Underground utilities were located before any mechanical excavation started.      
  -Followed Excavations (PDM 03-02-12) protocols during mechanical excavation.      
  -Followed Hot Work in Tank fields (PDM 03-02-32) protocols.        
IOL -Belleville Terminal - Tank 1010 (ATCS) - October 15 to October 20, 2013 (6 days)    
Prime Contractor - Smits            
Project Manager - Angela Chen            
The scope of work included:            
  -Tank 1010 to be cleaned and gas freed in order to install a side-entry LIGHTNIN mixer and to pin the legs of the IFR in a 
new position to accommodate for the new mixer.        
  -ATCS to follow the protocols of the Exxon Mobile Tank Cleaning and Gas Freeing Super Form.    
  -Referred to PDM 03-02-30 (Cleaning and Gas Freeing Storage Tanks) and PDM 03-02-02 (Confined Space Entry).  
Certified as an Assigned Tank Cleaning Specialist by Tank Specialist, Don Macrae, on October 20, 2013.  
IOL -Edmonton - ABS - NPS 6”NPS (Butane) Products Anthony Henday Re-Rout Tie-in Program - Nov. 19 to 22, 2013 (4 days)
Prime Contractor - RB Somerville            
Project Manager - Glen Heck            
The scope of work included:            
  -Installing a pig trap launcher at the Keyera Site and a pig trap receiver at the Procor Tie-in in order to purge the butane line. In
preparation to install pipeline tie-ins in order to remove a section of redundant pipeline.    
Note - This project was put on hold until February 10, 2014.        
IOL -Edmonton - Terminal 88 and Terminal 92 Site Surveys - Nov. 25 to Dec. 04, 2013  (8 days)    
Prime Contractor - Longhorn Geomatics          
Project Manager - Allison Dowling          
The scope of work included:            
  -Escorted three contractors (unfamiliar with IOL sites/procedures) while they perform site surveys and redlining drawings    
at Terminal 88 and Terminal 92.  Rack pipelines, fire hydrants, sewers, underground utilities and site elevations to be mapped out and
recorded in order to update both site drawings using GPS equipment.        
  -Instructed the workers on IOL's LPS and BBS systems.        
IOL - Finch Terminal Inoculating Underground Lines for Leak Testing - Dec. 10 to Dec. 12, 2013  (3 days)  
Prime Contractor - Enviro Trace            
Project Manager - Robert Cinat            
The scope of work included:            
  -Enviro Trace Ltd. to conduct a Flow Trace test using quantifiable tagging agents (QTA's) with properties that allow them to detect 
leaks from an underground pipeline.  QTA's are inert, non-flammable components that are detectable with specialized lab 
instruments.  The QTA is unique and not normally occurring, so detection of it outside of the pipeline indicates a leak.
The QTA will be introduced into the underground line under a slight positive pressure.  Soil vapour samples are taken from riser wells 
installed around the pipeline.  These samples will be tested for the presence of the specific QTA.   Any detection of the 
QTA outside of the pipeline is indicative of a leak.        
IOL - Finch Terminal Tank 1151 OOS Inspection and Repair  - Jan. 23 to Feb. 07, 2014 (12 days)    
Prime Contractor - Teng            
Project Manager - Angela Chen            
The scope of work included:            
  -Removal of the epoxy liner from the flooring of Tank 1151 through two sand blasting methods, conventional and mechanical.
  -Followed Hot Work in Tank fields (PDM 03-02-32) and Confined Space Entry (PDM 03-02-02) protocols.  
IOL -Edmonton - ABS - NPS 6”NPS (Butane) Products Anthony Henday Re-Rout Tie-in Program - Feb. 17 to March 01, 2014  (10 days)
Prime Contractor - RB Somerville            
Project Manager - Glen Heck            
The scope of work included:            
  -Prepare the 6" NPS pipeline system to add two tie-in's at the Clover Bar excavation sites.    
  -Followed PDM's for LOTO (PDM 03-02-05), Excavations (PDM 03-02-12), Nitrogen Purging, Isolation of Pipelines (PDM 03-02-20),
Initial Penetration of Pressure Piping (PDM 03-02-23), Opening Process Equipment (PDM 03-08-21) and Pipeline Cut-Outs (PDM 03-02-22).
  -Preparation of the line using Pigs with Diesel and Nitrogen through the entire system (40.1 km) to knock down any LEL's.  
  -Transmitter Pigs to be launched form the Keyera Fc4 Booster site, to Procor and finish at the Pembina site.  
  -Install isolation binds at the Clover Bar and Gibbons site.        
  -Weld the two tie-in's at the Clover Bar excavations.        
  -Remove the isolation blinds.            

  -Recommissioned the 40.1 km ABS-6" NPS pipeline system.

       
IOL - Finch Terminal Tank 13 - 8 inch SPPL Overpressure Diversion Project - March 31 to April 25, 2014 , 2014  (2 weeks)
Prime Contractor - GL Construction          
Project Manager - Omar Siddiqui          
The scope of work included:            
  -An Overpressure 8 inch SPPL line is being directed into a Surge Tank located just West of the West Tank Farm.  This line will be 
re-routed to Tank 13 (Transmix) by using a redundant Tank 252 line located on the NW side of the Terminal.  
  -Followed Hot Work in Tank fields (PDM 03-02-32) protocols.        
IOL - SPPL NPS 8” Jet Fuel Inspection Digs in Toronto as an OWSR - April 30 to June 14, 2014  (2.5 months)   
Prime Contractor - RB Somerville          
Project Manager - Glen Heck            

Investigations and Inspections to be performed on the SPPL 8” NPS Jet Fuel Pipeline System in the Toronto area.  A total of 3 digs.  

Integrity Dig #1-2990-13 Hydro One Corridor - West of HWY #400 and East Signet Drive.

   

Integrity Dig #2-8860-13 Autobahn Freight Lines Ltd – South of HWY #409 and North of Enterprise Rd.

 
Integrity Dig #3-10480-13 Hydro One Station – East of HWY #27 and South West of Kelfield Street.    
The scope of work included:            
  -Obtaining the Crossing Agreements for each dig site.        
  -Writing and issuing a SWP to the contractor.            
  -Hydrovacing a box trench around the perimeter of the excavation.      
  -Mechanically excavate to daylight the pipe.          
  -Remove the asbestos coating and Grit Blast the pipeline.        
  -Perform NDT testing of the pipeline.          
  -Install Petro Sleeves as required.          
  -Re-coat the pipeline.            
  -Backfill the excavation site.            
  -Followed PDM 03-02-12 (Excavations) and PDM-03-02-16 (Vacuum Truck and Hydrovac Units with hoses 4" or greater).
  -Followed the AC Mitigation Plan to achieve an Equipotential Zone around the perimeter and inside the dig.  

Terminal Job History

Shell - Kingston, ON.
IOL - Corner Brook, NL.
IOL - Finch Terminal, ON.
IOL - Emery Creek Dig, Toronto, ON.
First Solar - Mooretown, ON.
IOL - Sarnia, ON.
IOL - Calgary Terminal, ON.
IOL - Edmonton Terminal 88 & 92
First Solar - Sombra, ON.
IOL - Belleville, ON.
IOL - Edmonton, ON. Pipeline Dig IOL - Fort Saskatchewan Pipeline

Other Information

Certified Trainer in Health and Safety (Parts 1 and 2), WHMIS and other Safety related courses.
Customer Service Specialist.
Great interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.

Languages

English- Fluent

Portugese- Fluent

Instructor In Courses

Confined Space Entry
Working at Heights