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Industrial Environmental, Safety and Health (ESH) Specialist eager to contribute dynamic Management, Training/Development and Consulting skills toward actively supporting the employer in optimizing operational performance and regulatory compliance.
- Area Management and Leadership
- OSHA, EPA, DOT Compliance
- Federal and State Regulations
- Safety and Health Analysis
- Intervention Techniques
- Developmental Training
- Problem Analysis & Resolution
- Safety & Health Program Development
Stericycle, N Salt Lake City, UT, 2007 to Present
Area Manager Environmental, Safety, and Health (ESH)
- Proficiently steer ESH initiatives through decisive leadership in support of plant and transportation compliance programs and regulatory affairs including OSHA, EPA, DOT, and State/Local agency directives.
- Deliver quality, hands-on technical guidance and training support; spearhead transportation employment outreach, pre-screening and candidate selection processes and lead training/development programs targeting safety and regulatory issues.
- Efficiently analyze and report ESH data vital to defining and addressing critical issues.
- Actively collaborate with vendors in claims handling to maximize financial outcomes.
Occupational Health Testing, Inc., Washington, MO, 2006 to 2007
- Skillfully provided on-site consulting services and OSHA compliance programs inclusive of audiometric testing and training, noise studies, air quality surveys, pulmonary screening and radiation monitoring for multiple clients in the mid-west region.
- Leveraged fluency in Spanish to administer bilingual training in all occupational health areas.
Big River Zinc, Corp., Sauget, IL, 2002 to 2006
Championed series of efforts to slash recordable injury rates by 42% for electrolytic zinc refinery plant of approximately 400 union employees.
Consistently steered compliance with federal safety standards and company's Industrial Hygiene (IH), Safety and Environmental policies and procedures.
Formulated and implemented IH programs with an emphasis on addressing Cadmium, Lead and Radiation.
Spearheaded area-specific or program-level sampling and data evaluation to optimize IH exposure monitoring initiatives.
Demonstrated outstanding interpersonal skills as liaison with plant Safety, Environmental and Engineering directors regarding program technical basis activities and compliance.
Professional Experience continued
CANAM Steel Corp., Washington, MO, 2001 to 2002
Safety and Environmental Coordinator
- Devised and deployed safety and health programs for steel joist manufacturer of 150 union employees.
- Collected and documented environmental health data for EPA reports and ensured compliance.
- Lowered overall recordable injury rate by 47% through proficiency in establishing and administering safety and health training programs including Fall Protection, Lockout Tagout and Hazard Communications.
- Provided expert counsel to safety committees in accomplishing safety goals, and advised management in all Industrial Hygiene issues including noise, welding fume and nuisance dust.
Applied dynamic critical thinking abilities to compile, interpret, and document Industrial Hygiene data concerning occupational illnesses and accidents.
IPSCO STEEL, Inc., Muscatine, IA, 1999 to 2001
Safety and Environmental Coordinator
Assembled and initiated safety and health programs at three steel production and assembly facilities totaling 800 employees, and created ISO 9001 safety and health programs to achieve plant certification.
- Strategically designed and instituted on-site medical treatment program for on-the-job injuries, successfully decreasing injury-related time off by 60% and Medical Incidents rates by 38% from previous year.
NUCOR STEEL, Plymouth, Utah, 1997 to 1999
Supervised OSHA and EPA adherence for steel production facility comprised of 400 personnel.
Maintained all waste manifests with strict attention to state and federal EPA criteria.
Performed air sampling for metal oxides and toxic gases and monitored noise levels.
Proactively participated in voluntary OSHA inspections and implemented appropriate action.
Masters of Science Public Health (MSPH), Tulane University; 2008
BS Degree in Industrial Hygiene, Minor in Chemistry, Utah State University; 1998
BS Degree in Biology, Minor in Spanish, Utah State University; 1997
American Society of Safety Engineers
American Industrial Hygiene Association
American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH)
Bilingual in English and Spanish
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