Medical Doctor (GP)/ Safety Medic/ Occupational Medical Practitioner (OMP)


Last Updated: 17th June 2018 (over 4 years ago)

Address
Tanzania

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Other Post Graduate

Languages
English

Summary

I am a motivated, passionate and hardworking General Practitioner/ Occupational Medical Practitioner/ Safety Medic who is NEBOSH (IGC) qualified and always strives to achieve the best possible. I am well organized and embrace new challenges with great enthusiasm. Heading to be an OHS consultant. Currently seeking the position of an Occupational Medical Practitioner/ Safety Medic in a reputed organization where I can provide my expertise in analysing and applying the OHS protocols, proactively contribute and promote healthy and safe workplace in the organization.

Education

Occupational Care South Africa (OCSA)
Occupational Health Training

   Feb 2017
— Feb 2017

Audiometry, Spirometry and Vision Screening for Industry

Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital, South Africa
ATLS

   May 2016
— May 2016

Advanced Trauma Life Support

Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital, South Africa
BLS & ACLS

   Oct 2015
— Oct 2015

Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)

Field Guides Association of South Africa (FGASA)
Certificate in Snake Identification and Snakebite Treatment

   Jul 2012
— Jul 2012

Course details:
1. Identification of common African snakes (mambas, cobras, adders, back-fanged venomous snakes etc)
2. First aid in snake bites
3. Prevention of snake bites

SMTS Ltd (NEBOSH-Accredited course provider)
NEBOSH - International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (NEBOSH-IGC)

   Apr 2012
— May 2012

Course details:
1. Management of International Health and Safety
2. Control of International workplace hazards
3. International health and safety practical application

University of Pretoria, School of Health Systems and Public Health (SHSPH) South Africa
Postgraduate Diploma in Occupational Medicine and Health (DOMH)

   Jan 2012
— Nov 2014

Course modules:
1. Occupational Health law
2. Learning in Public Health
3. Introduction to environmental and occupational health
4. Human resource management and occupational sociology
5. Assignment in occupational health
6. Health risk assessment
7. Managing occupational Health services
8. Primary epidemiology
9. Principles of occupational medicine
10. Principles of occupational hygiene and toxicology

Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS)
Doctor of Medicine (MD)

   Sep 2002
— Jul 2007

Tabora Boys’ Secondary School
Advanced Level Secondary Certificate

   Jul 1999
— Jun 2001

Subjects:
Physics, Chemistry and Biology

Kiloleni Primary School (Tabora)
Primary School Education

   Jan 1988
— Sep 1994

Experience

Medilink International
Medic

   Feb 2018
— May 2018

Client/Country: CGG working for East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) / Tanzania

Overview of duties:
 Providing primary care services, Emergency care and Emergency surgery services to the company’s clients.
 Performing clinical examinations as required.
 Recognising common infectious diseases and implementing the appropriate methods of isolation and treatment.
 Providing advice regarding health and hygiene problems and concerns.
 Providing emergency medical care and emergency call outs.
 Responsible for providing the appropriate vaccinations and other preventive care.
 Referring patients to other medical providers including follow up of the patients.
 Maintaining and updating all medical records as necessary.
 Recognising occupational hazards and advising on how they may be minimised or completely avoided.
 Performing medical evacuations when necessary.
 Ensuring that sufficient stock of pharmaceuticals (where applicable) and consumables is available whilst forwarding order requests within the stipulated time frame to the Company’s procurement department if and when further supplies are required.
 Ensuring that all the equipment maintenance is being done according to the schedule specified in the procedures.
 Providing training to Site support staff including ambulance drivers in matters relating to support required from them for the delivery of medical services and care of medical equipment.
 Performing drills when necessary and ancillary services (such as site medical audits and first aid training) as directed by management.
 Ensuring to be fully conversant with the site’s MERP and to follow such procedures efficiently in case of an intervention.

Bulyanhulu Gold Mine (Acacia Mining PLC)
Medical Doctor

   Dec 2014
— Oct 2017

Client/Country: Acacia Mining PLC/ Tanzania

Overview of duties:
 Providing primary health care, as a General Practitioner on daily basis to all Acacia employees (local and expatriates), contractors, employees’ family members and local community members.
 Providing emergency care to trauma/ medical patients, in collaboration with other site staff members, and arranging for referrals when necessary.
 Providing medical advice to employees on infectious diseases, disease outbreaks, and vaccination and travel advice.
 Addressing individual needs relating to HIV/AIDS care and treatment onsite.
 Conducting medical surveillance for employees including assessment of their fitness for work.
 Participating in Occupational Health Review Board with regard to work related and suspected work- related illnesses and reasonable accommodation (redeployment) meetings.
 Advising employees and management on safe and healthy working practices.

Mantra Tanzania (Uranium one)
Site Doctor

   Jul 2011
— Dec 2013

Client/Country: Uranium one

Overview of duties:
 Managing all medical/ health- related activities at Mkuju River Project (MRP) including providing primary health care, as a General Practitioner on daily basis to all Mantra employees (local and expatriates), contractors and other community – related activities pertaining to health in relation to Mantra.
 Providing emergency care to trauma/ medical patients, in collaboration with Paramedics, and arranging for referrals when necessary.
 Providing medical advice to employees on infectious diseases, disease outbreaks, and vaccination and travel advice.
 Conducting hygiene inspections related to catering services and other facilities.
 Addressing individual needs relating to HIV/AIDS care and treatment on site and in the community in collaboration with company’s Community liaison personnel and district (Government) authorities.
 Conducting medical surveillance for employees including assessment of their fitness for work.
 Participating in designing Health and Safety Policy and Procedures.
 Participating in Health Impact Assessment of Uranium Project in the Potentially Affected Community (PAC).

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)
Program Officer – Prevention of Maternal to Child HIV Transmission (PMTCT) and Care and Treatment (CTC)

   Jun 2010
— Jun 2011

Client/Country: EGPAF/ Tanzania

Overview of duties:
 Acting as a critical member of the EGPAF team in Tanzania, responsible for implementing a quality of care strategy by supporting health facilities in PMTCT and C&T management in the following aspects:
 Facilitating quality improvement of service delivery by sub-grantees.
 Applying Quality Improvement (QI) principles in regular supportive supervision through focusing on priority areas and utilizing QI-based methods/ tools for improvement.
 Building site staff capacity to perform routine quality assessments at least once every 6 months at site level; analysing and providing feedback on results to site staff, Council Health Management Team (CHMT).
 Quality Improvement (QI) focal person at regional office supporting Regional Health Management Team (RHMT).
 Facilitating Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of sub-grantees.
 Performing a systematic supervision of M&E systems and making effective use of M&E data to monitor performance and to provide feedback to sub-grantees and regional office.
 Making use of CTC-2 and Global AIDS System for Evaluation & Reporting (GLASER) data base to monitor performance of sub-grantees.
 Assisting sites with quarterly preparation of C&T and PMTCT reports when necessary.

Tanzania Heart Institute (THI)
Medical Officer

   Aug 2009
— May 2010

Client/Country: THI/ Tanzania

Overview of duties:
 Providing primary health care, as a General Practitioner to both outpatients and inpatients.
 Providing emergency care to patients with cardiovascular related ailments and other medical emergencies.
 Addressing individual needs relating to other medical conditions including HIV/AIDS care and treatment.

Barrick Gold (African Barrick Gold) - Bulyanhulu Gold Mine Medical Centre
Locum Doctor

   May 2009
— Jul 2009

Client/Country: Barrick Gold (African Barrick Gold)/ Tanzania

Overview of duties:
 Providing primary health care, as a General Practitioner on daily basis to all BGML employees, contractors and other community members.
 Providing emergency care to trauma/ medical patients and arranging for referral.
 Providing medical advice to employees on infectious diseases, disease outbreaks, and vaccination and travel advice.
 Addressing individual needs relating to HIV/AIDS care and treatment.
 Conducting medical surveillance for employees including assessment of their fitness for work

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