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Close protection officer


Name
Sylvester Wilson
Age
39
Height
1.86 cm
Weight
80 kg
Countries
South Africa
City
Johannesburg
Nationality
South African
Last Place of work
Al Hurea Security services Iraq
Languages
English
Education
Diploma, security management, CPO, MEDIC
Contacts
Sylvesterwilson1225@gmail.com, +27620151962

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Sylvester Wilson

Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa + 27611520177 +27620151962

sylvesterwilson1225@gmail.com

Male | 25/12/1979 | Nationality South African MEDIC, TL, DTL

PSD TL/ DTL/ MEDIC

Al Hurea Security Services Basra Iraq

Carry out all duties in support of the Client.

Liaises with and reports directly to operations on a daily basis.

Primarily responsible for understanding all Al Hurea Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), PSD Aide Memoire including the operational parameters in which the team operate out on the ground. Fully conversant with the Project Security Plan, SoW and the methodology employed by Al Hurea in executing their operational duties.

Fully conversant with Medical Emergency Procedures.

Responsible for ensuring his team fully understand and remain compliant with the Rules for Use of Force (RUF) and Graduated Force Response (GFR).

Plans and executes missions as directed by operations.

Reports all disciplinary and security related issues to operations.

Responsible for ensuring that the teams understand the need to comply with all MOI, Iraqi Police and Iraqi Army directives whilst operating out on the ground and those policies, plans and procedures are adhered to.

Responsible for ensuring that the team is ready to deploy on time with all the equipment cleaned ready for task.

Responsible for ensuring all vehicles are fully fuelled and ready for task.

Responsible for ensuring all issued equipment is working and serviceable.

Responsible for all team medical equipment, ensuring it is complete and usable at all times, reporting any deficiencies to operations immediately.

Responsible for ensuring communications checks are conducting prior to mission commencement. Responsible for maintaining the communications link with operations during the mission with, an understanding of a contingency back up plan in the event of communications breakdown. Responsible for reporting all, incidents and accidents that occur, during the team’s mission to operations.

Conducts post mission debriefs with the team and clients ensuring that valuable lessons are identified and become lessons learned for future operations.

Responsible for ensuring that team members are not hoarding or on the ground with unauthorized weapons or ammunition quantities.

Responsible for briefing and collating any intelligence matters in conjunction with the Insight Rep as directed.

CPO Medic

Zambian President Security Detail Johannesburg South Africa

Medic support to principal and the protective range security detail members on a day –to – day basis and to actively support and uphold the company’s stated vision, mission and values.

Conduct protective security operations and provide medic support as required

JOB APPLIED FOR POSITION

WORK EXPERIENCE 07/09/2015 – Present

16/6/2015 – 26/6/2015

10/6/2015 –15/6/2015

2/2014 – 1/7/14

1/2014 – 31/1/2014

CPO Medic

AU Summit Togolese Delegation Security Detail Johannesburg South Africa

Medic support to principal and the protective range security detail members on a day –to – day basis and to actively support and uphold the company’s stated vision, mission and values.

Conduct protective security operations and provide medic support as required

Phlebotomy Technician Smart Medical Solutions Florida United States

Draw and collect blood samples from patients Prepare specimens for laboratory analysis Blood Pressure testing

Height Measurement

Weight Measurement Medical History Taking

Smart Medical Solutions

PSD DTL / MEDIC Garda World Iraq Basra

Writing of team orders, and project specific orders, policies and procedures.

Client relations, in what is a relatively large operation.

Good communication skills and the ability to develop relations with Local National staff.

Maintain a continuation training cycle for Local National staff.

The Team 2ic will be required to advise the client on all security protocols for Basra based operations

Provide appropriate standards of ‘first response’ care

To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care and transportation

Provide medical services on a daily basis through the operation of a ‘on call’ basis for emergencies or other minor ailments. This service is to be available to all personnel on a 24 hour basis. Supplementary medic services may be provided to employees or other individuals who become ill or are injured at work or within the company’s operating venue. Such treatment is to be regarded as ‘first response’ medical assistance only.

PSD DTL / MEDIC

Sabre International

Near East Security Services Iraq ( Baghdad / Basra )

Provide appropriate standards of ‘first response’ care

To respond to and manage incidents of emergency and patient care and transportation

Provide medical services on a daily basis through the operation of a ‘on call’ basis for emergencies or other minor ailments. This service is to be available to all personnel on a 24 hour basis. Supplementary medic services may be provided to employees or other individuals who become ill or are injured at work or within the company’s operating venue. Such treatment is to be regarded as ‘first response’ medical assistance only.

Implement, maintain and review Near East Security Services/Sabre International Operations Medical Procedures, Operational and Training, for all Near East Security Services/Sabre International Operations operational sites/projects

Demonstrate a commitment to on-going professional development including continuing education programs in the medical field

Participate and lead team training programs focused on enhancing staff skill competency regarding first aid Maintain sufficient supplies of all medical resources required through timely forecasting, requisition and budget management

Maintain accurate medical records of all patients treated in accordance with company policies and program requirements

Make appropriate assessments of patients and recommendations for further follow up treatment by other qualified personnel (Doctors)

Provide written reports and verbal briefings to the Operations (Corporate Security Officer) and or HR Admin Manager in a concise and timely manner.

Conduct first-aid training

Conduct health assessments during student in-processing to determine fitness for training

9/2011 – 12/2013

4/2011 – 9/2011

Review medical questionnaires completed by employees

Act as the liaison between Medical Clinic staff and Near East Security Services/Sabre International Operations and cooperatively develop emergency procedures to maintain the health of personnel

Recruitment – Review and assess applicants for all medical/medic positions.

Provide timely guidance and advice to Near East Security Services/Sabre International Operations Management, via Near East Security Services/Sabre International Operations, on all Medical activities, procedures and guidelines.

Ensures the safety and well ‐being of personnel and clients during operational tasks

Conducts threat assessments, route analysis, mission planning and preparation as required for mission tasking

Liaison and coordination with military and local law enforcement units

Ensures compliance with all Near East Security Services/Sabre International Operations policies and procedures Ensures all personnel and team equipment is maintained in a state of operational readiness

Oversees the supervision and training off local national personnel employed as security personnel

Performs ancillary tasks as assigned by the RSO

PSD MEDIC EODT

Medic support to principal and the protective range security detail members on a day –to – day basis and to actively support and uphold the company’s stated vision, mission and values.

Conduct protective security operations and provide medic support as required.

The Law and Order Task Force, consisting of Military Attorneys, Investigators, and Paralegals, represents Coalition Forces in Iraqi courts interacting daily with Iraqi Judges, Investigators, and Prosecutors. Our Personal Security Detail team members must be of the highest ethical standards given the sensitivity of our work

Clients: RUSAFA Law & Order Task Force.

Performed Close protection duties for the US Department of Defence, U.S. Department of justice and US Department of State for the INL personal. Delivered “Tactical Driving” and “Introduction to Close Protection” courses, given to local nationals, drivers and bodyguards respectively. Baghdad, Iraq.

PPO, Navigator and Client Vehicle Driver

Fire-fighter EMT

ADCO Frontec Europe Ltd Kandahar Afghanistan

Preparing reports concerning the fire services

Participating in Fire Inspections while testing and maintaining portable fire extinguishing systems, water Distribution systems and all other equipment related to the fire services provided by the company. Driving and operating the fire fighting truck and other utility vehicles

Participating in fire fighting and rescue operations within the military base

Removing personnel from areas of high risk to areas of relative safety

Executing fire extinguishing procedures

Providing Advanced First Aid and CPR to the injured

Returning equipment to a state of normal stand-by readiness after every use

Maintaining fire fighting rescue tools (manual & power) and any portable pumps

Participating in fire fighting training activities

Participating in Fire Prevention and Life Safety Inspections

Conducting training for non-fire fighting personnel and various organized groups

Conducting Fire Inspections

Kandahar Air Field

12/2010 – 3/2011

2/2010 – 12/2010

CLINICAL FOB MEDIC

Dyncorp International / ONSITE HEALTH AND SAFETY ( OHS )

Examining patients, performing physical exams, and compiling medical data, including health history under the supervision of the PA or RN.

Providing and directing fast, efficient Advanced Life Support to the ill and injured utilizing all basic and advanced abilities and techniques.

Placement of peripheral, central and intra-osseous lines, esophageal obturator airways, endotracheal intubations, cricothyreotomys, pericardiocentesis, thoracentesis, fluid and drug therapy, cardiac monitoring and EKG interpretations, defibrillation, and cardio version.

Performing therapeutic procedures, such as injections, immunizations, management of infection, TB Tests & EKG’s, etc under the supervision of the PA or RN.

Documenting and maintaining patient records of services which are co-signed by the PA or RN.

Provided health care services to patients under the professional direction and responsibility of a Physician’s Assistant, Physician, or Registered Nurse. In a PEF mission operational environment, working as a member of the Forward Operating Base (FOB) Team, under the direction of the FOB Manager.

Coordinating a treatment plan with other caregivers such as, U.S. Military Medical Assets, ISAF Medical Assets, physical therapists or other medical assets as directed by the PA or RN.

Participated in employee training and orientation programs. Establishing and monitoring the achievement of training and execution standards for both OHS and DI personnel ensuring all medical support relevant operational and deployment tasks are to standard.

Planning and preparing for aero medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) missions. Coordinating with operational mission planners for the safe evacuation of the patients from the originating mission to the destination facility.

Providing medical support if/where needed, such as Forward Operating Bases (FOB’s) that are in the transition stage.

Responsible for maintaining and requisitioning of medical supplies and equipment during deployments, restocking and inventories.

Advising and assisting Afghan National Police medical staff on supply requisition, emergency treatment and evacuation of patients.

Assisted other safety personal with camp site inspections;

Provided emergency vehicle dispatch and treatment of all employees on the camp including military personal; Treatments to include suturing, foreign body removal, trauma, gunshot wounds, blast injuries, impaled objects, heat related problems, dehydration, lice, rashes, snake bite and other related problems;

Support and maintain clinic equipment as well as emergency vehicles

IAP Worldwide Services

Independent MedicandConvoySecuritySupervisor

Worked as an Independent Lead Medic and Convoy Security Supervisor for IAP Worldwide Services, a leading provider of support services and expertise to the US Department of Defence and other US government agencies. As an Independent Lead Medic and Convoy Security Supervisor

I responded to new types of complex challenges by providing support to global armed services and humanitarian relief providers so that they can concentrate on their vital missions. Also provided support in the area of Heavy Duty Convoy Security Supervisor and Medic, delivering critical supplies to Disaster Relief Areas such as artillery vehicles, ammunition, food supplies and containers.

Knowledge and ability to provide the initial assessment for a wide range of life-threatening emergencies such as, the patient presenting with breathing difficulties, the shocked patient, the patient presenting with acute chest pain. Altered level of consciousness, the collapsed patient, the overdose patient, the patient with acute headache, rashes. Acute abdominal pain, renal failure and the patient presenting with hot or cold legs or swollen joints. In addition, interpretation and emergency investigations such as chest x-ray evaluation and 12 lead ECG interpretation as well as haematological, electrolyte and blood gas analysis.

10/2004 – 8/2009

EDUCATION AND TRAINING 2000 / 2002

PERSONAL SKILLS Mother tongue(s)

Other language(s)

English Afrikaans

Communication skills Organisational / managerial skills

Job-related skills Computer skills

Driving licence

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

References

English and Afrikaans

UNDERSTANDING Listening EXCELLENT

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WRITING

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SPEAKING

Reading

Spoken interaction

Spoken production

Excellent Communications Skills acquired from my experience in PSD and Medical Work

Impeccable Leadership and training skills acquired by my years in the Middle east in a Medical Officer and Team Leader Role

Excellent Command of operational requirements and record keeping acquired by my Middle East experience and training

Good Command of Microsoft Office

EC Heavy Vehicle

Jason Smart : jsmart73@gmail.com

Mark Bresland : markbresland@hotmail.com

Col Charles T Huguelet : USAFR Director , Law and Order Task Force. ( United States Army )

Written references available on request.

CERTIFICATION

MOSSC LEVEL 3 INTERNATIONAL CLOSE PROTECTION OPERATIVE (HIGHFIELD INTERNATIONAL) RoSPA B6 DRIVER TRAINING CERTIFIED

EMR EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONSE – (ASHI)

DIPLOMA IN SECURITY MANAGEMENT ADVANCED LEVEL 4 S.A.C Dip (Stonebridge University) BLS CERTIFIED – GAUTENG AMBULANCE COLLEGE HPCSA

BLS (REFRESHER IMPACT TRAINING COLLEGE) ACLS CERTIFIED – (NAEMT) ITLSCERTIFIED–(ATA INTERNATIONAL) AEMT CERTIFIED – (ASHI)

CPR CERTIFIED – (AHA)

CLS COMBAT LIFE SAVER CERTIFIED – ( JSS SHIELD, BAGHDAD,, IRAQ, 546TH ASMC US MILITARY ) PALS CERTIFIED – (NAEMT)

PHTLS CERTIFIED – (NAEMT)

AMLS CERTIFIED – (NAEMT)

EPC CERTIFIED – (NAEMT)

FIRST RESPONDER CERTIFIED – (ASHI)

ADVANCED AIRWAY MANAGEMENT – (BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY)

ESSENTIAL AIRWAY MANAGEMENT – (BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY)

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS – (BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY)

BOMB BLAST INJURIES – (BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY)

LIFTING AND MOVING – (BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY)

PEADIATRIC TRAUMA – (BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY)

PEADIATRIC ASSESSMENT – (BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY)

STEMI CARE – (BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY)

SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH – (BOUNDTREE UNIVERSITY)

12LEAD ECG – (AMERICAN CME)

BASIC EKG FUNDAMENTALS – (AMERICAN CME)

BASIC EKG REVIEW – (AMERICAN CME)

BED BUGS – (AMERICAN CME)

BURN BASICS – (AMERICAN CME)

CIRCADIAN RHTHYM DISTURBANCES – (AMERICAN CME)

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 1 – (AMERICAN CME)

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 2 – (AMERICAN CME)

DIABETES PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY – (AMERICAN CME)

DIABETES EMERGENCIES – (AMERICAN CME)

INTRAOSSEOUS CANNULATION – (AMERICAN CME)

INTRO IN TO MI-MEDIC 1 – (AMERICAN CME)

INTRODUCTION IN TO MI-MEDIC 2 – (AMERICAN CME)

KEEP IT CLEAN – (AMERICAN CME)

KING AIRWAY – (AMERICAN CME)

PLATINUM 600 – (AMERICAN CME)

LANDING ZONE – (AMERICAN CME)

M.I MANDATE REPORTING – (AMERICAN CME)

PATIENT ASSESSMENT PART 1 – (AMERICAN CME)

PATIENT ASSESSMENT PART 2 – (AMERICAN CME)

PATIENT ASSESSMENT PART 3 – (AMERICAN CME)

RADIO COMMUNICATION – (AMERICAN CME)

SEPSIS RECOGNISE AND RESPOND – (AMERICAN CME)

STROKE RECOGNISE AND RESPOND 1 – (AMERICAN CME)

STROKE RECOGNISE AND RESPOND 2 – (AMERICAN CME)

PAINS OF PATIENT LIFTING – (AMERICAN CME)

REALITIES OF PEADIATRIC MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION IN EMS – (AMERICAN CME)

FPOS – I NTERMEDIATE BTEC LEVEL 2 – (pre hospital care of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and IHCD) INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL BODYGUARD ASSOCIATION

TEMS CERTIFIED – (TACMED SOUTH AFRICA)

TCCC CERTIFIED – (TACMED SOUTH AFRICA)

FIREFIGHTER 1 – ( SAESI & IFSAC ACCREDITED )

FIREFIGHTER 2 – (SAESI & IFSAC ACCREDITED )

HAZMAT OPERATIONAL – (SAESI & IFSAC ACCREDITED )

HAZMAT AWARENESS – (SAESI & IFSAC ACCREDITED )

Certificates upon request.

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