Male Narrator for Training Videos

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Male Narrator for Training Videos 
Looking for a caucasian male voice-over for two non-broadcast training videos specifically for mining employees. Direction: We are looking for a "manly" voice, similar Mike Rowe's from Dirty Jobs. For consideration, please submit audition track.  
2010-07-26 19:28:07 GMT
2010-08-13 15:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 600
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
2,400 words
English - USA and Canada
Middle Age Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud OR
• Audio files must be delivered by regular mail
• Provide voice direction
The Voice Actor should have at least 2 years of experience in the voice industry.
This is a non-union project

Script Details

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************* has a very simple goal when it comes to operational excellence – zero incidents, one hundred percent planned production, and zero violations. Reaching that goal involves thinking about safety, actively caring, and following Chevron Mining’s Operational Excellence Management System. In this video we will review safety basics and provide you with a brief summary of the Chevron Mining safe work practices. These include lifting and rigging, lock-out / tag-out, electrical safety, pit drivers license, working at heights, confined spaces, excavation and trenching, blasting and explosives, hazard communication, manual material handling, hot work, and self performed safety assessment or think incident free, also known as TIF. *************** safety standards were implemented to assist in creation of an incident and injury free work place that meets the requirements set by MSHA and other regulatory agencies.

Your focus on safety should start before you even drive onto ************* property. Since we’re in a remote location, driving to and from our site may be the most dangerous thing you do today. Make sure to buckle up and always wear your seat belt. When you get to the *************, obey the speed limit and follow posted signs and instructions to the main office. A ************* representative will sign you in, give you hazard awareness training, and will issue any needed personal protective equipment. In some cases, protective equipment may be issued during a site orientation meeting. The basic personal protective
equipment, also known as PPE, required at ************* includes a hard hat,safety glasses with side shields, and hard toed safety shoes. Depending on your work, you may need additional job specific PPE. This can include hearing protection, gloves, respiratory protection, a face shield or goggles, special welding PPE, or fall protection equipment. The rest of the dress code is simple. No sleeveless shirts, no shorts, no skirts, and no loose clothing.

Alcohol, illegal drugs, and weapons are prohibited at *************, and you must get management approval before bringing a camera onto the property. Smoking is not allowed inside ************* buildings or vehicles, and when smoking outside, make sure you’re in a safe area.

In case of emergency immediately notify your ****************************. ******* county EMS is available by dialing 911. You can also notify the main office by dialing **************. The switch board operator will need to know your name, your location, and the type of emergency you’re reporting. Please stay on the line until they have all of the information that they need.

A variety of emergency alarm systems are located throughout the operation. If you hear the emergency alarm for your work area, secure your work, and walk safely to the designated assembly point. ************* management personnel will direct you from there.

Beyond the basics, we have a number of key safety standards. As part of our operational excellence management system, each department has developed a safety improvement action plan. In addition, working with their supervisors, ************* employees have developed individual safety plans which support achievement of our collective goals of zero injuries and incidents. At *************, safe work practices are evaluated using a safety observation
process that is referred to as STOP for each other or STOP observations. ************* employees regularly conduct these observations to identify and discuss safe and less safe behaviors and work practices. Job safety analysis known as JSA’s and standard operating procedures are also used to assess and control the risks associated with hazardous work, with the focus being to remove, reduce, or control, identified hazards. Incident investigations are conducted to determine the root cause of incidents, including near misses, so they can be
prevented from occurring again. Finally through safety organization and communication, we bring everyone to the table, management, employees, customers, and contractors to translate safety ideas into action plans. In short, your safety ideas are always welcome.

Contractors are an important part of the workforce here at *************, and a critical part of our safety program. Contractors, vendors, and visitors must know and work to the same safety standards and procedures as ************* employees. If you’re a contractor, before arriving at the site, you must have received MSHA part 48 surface miner training. In addition, you must receive site specific safety training for your assigned work area. Contractor supervisors must also conduct routine toolbox safety briefings and safety meetings. If your company has entered into a specific contract with *************, all of the agreed to safety, health, and environmental requirements must be followed. 
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