Chronological Loss Prevention Manager Resume
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Michael Hampton, CSP, ARM
1409 Heatherton Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84121
Tel: (801) 866-2045
Proven corporate leader in the field of loss prevention for wide range of industries, including
surface and underground mining, hazardous waste treatment and disposal, construction
materials manufacturing, and metals smelting and refining.
Manager, Worker Education & Safety Training Program, University of Utah 2013-present
Serve as program manager and primary instructor for hazardous waste worker training. Responsible for
development and deployment of Safety & Health courses in accordance with OSHA, MSHA and general
risk management principles for industry.
Regional Director, Safety & Health for Barrick Gold of North America 2010-
Initiated regional planning and development meetings for senior safety and health leaders in business unit.
Participated in development of “Leadership in Safety” training materials for supervisors and managers.
Provided mentoring to organization of approximately 90 safety and health professionals at all levels.
Directed development of regional standards and compliance systems to meet or exceed corporate and
Director, Regulatory Compliance for Headwaters, Inc. 1999-2010
Developed and implemented corporate-wide loss prevention programs leading to significant
reduction in workers compensation losses and costs (30-43% annually). Led efforts to achieve OSHA
VPP Star status at two operating locations. Provided managerial leadership to growing organization
leading to mentoring of 30 field EH&S coordinators. Developed and initiated annual corporate-wide
compliance summit for EH&S practitioners. Directed development of operations management
training in the areas of health, safety and risk management.
Manager Health & Safety, Safety-Kleen Corp 1995–1999
Developed and implemented OSHA and NFPA compliant programs. Established loss prevention and
injury management programs resulting in premium refunds in excess of $148,000. Initiated changes
in plant Medical Surveillance program reducing cost by 33%. Reduced plant Lost Workday injuries by
70% and total OSHA Recordable injuries by 40%. Developed and delivered training courses
designed for employees throughout the organization.
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