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Rohan Marshall

Rohan Marshall

Senior Manager, Health, Safety & Environment

Dart Enterprises (Cayman) Ltd

George Town, Grand Cayman

Senior Manager, Health, Safety & Environment at Dart Enterprises (Cayman) Ltd

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Dart Enterprises (Cayman) Ltd

Senior Manager, Health, Safety & Environment

Promote, foster and maintain a culture of HSE awareness and compliance throughout the Group of Companies.
Development of the Electronic HSE Management System
Development of OHSAS 18001 & ISO 14001 compliance systems
Designing and implementing a corporate public safety program that complements the current corporate public security structure for all tenants, residents and patrons.
Play a key role in the development, leadership and execution of crisis and emergency management protocols for the Group
Provide for and coordinate all safety training needs of the Group, including the development of training schedules both internal and external
Develop and manage HSE and accident prevention programs for each Business Unit

Career medium 01
Career
Career medium 01

Caribbean Utilities Company Ltd.

Training Safety & Environment Specialist

Continued development of OHSAS 18001 implementation
Compliance for ISO 14001 requirements
Development of target KPI's
Statistical reporting (performance & ROI)
HSE training & development
Monitor safe work practices by employees & sub-contractors
Accident Investigation
Electronic Safety Management

Career

Cayman Islands Government - Department of Employment Relations

Senior Labour Inspector

Recommend to private sector management teams proactive Human Resource best practices policies, succession plan development, dismissal procedures, rewards/bonus programmes and law revisions.
Introduced change management initiatives within DER during contract renegotiations
Administer Conciliation and Mediation case files.
Needs assessment training within various industries for OSH; set objectives; develop and customize course materials.
Instrumental in introducing the safety campaign and promoting a ‘Culture of Safety’.
Coordinated with the Ministry of Education on the implementation of programmes/procedures to comply with a Occupational Safety & Health policy based on the Labour Law (2007 revision).
Initialised research regarding the competency of each unit’s technological proficiencies and recommended to the Director relevant training programmes to benefit staff members.
Developed a feedback mechanism, evaluation tools and follow-up of the training programmes and analysis for training gaps.
Conducted labour investigations for all reported industrial accidents and dangerous occurrences and provided written guidelines outlining key amendments required to mitigate re occurrence.
Developed statistical KPI's safety inspections and performance improvement follow-up evaluations.
Assisted in the on-going development of a safety campaign, promoting country awareness and enforcement programme.
Mediated with all partners for fair labour practices and compliance with ILO standards and Employment/Labour Law requirements

Career medium 05
Career
Career medium 03

Maryland Institute College of Art

Shuttle Service Coordinator

Developed cost cutting techniques by incorporating students drivers and utilised trained in-house
Developed and implemented new policies including the creation of a standard operating procedures
handbook.
Supervised 11 employees.
Project lead for the development and distribution of informational brochures relating to various shuttle and
safety services offered to students
Created an efficient and income-generating service from an out-dated expense.
Promoted services to instructors to create awareness and keep funds within the school.
Created year-round revenue by providing services to summer programmes, residency programmes.

Career

Maryland Institute College of Art

Deputy Director - Pre College

Interviewed candidates and performed personnel evaluations.
Created reporting systems for staff and students to use throughout the programme.
Instituted a programme review and follow up for staff after the departure of the students.
Incorporated training for counsellors to assist in conflict resolution, substance abuse recognition and
interpersonal relationships between the students.
Supervised nine counsellors and 35 teaching staff members.
Responsible for budget breakdown before, during and after the programme.

Career medium 05
Career

Capella University

PhD., Training & Performance Improvement

Capella University

Diploma, Human Resources Development

The Maryland Institute College of Art

M.A., Digital Media Arts

The Maryland Institute College of Art

B.F.A, Photography

John Gray High School

High School Diploma, High School/Secondary Diploma Programs