Solutions-focused EHS Manager specializing in driving high-volume safety operations, building top-performing teams, initiating cost-effective improvements, complying with regulatory agencies, and upholding quality standards eager to offer solid public- and private-sector experience toward optimizing an employer s success.
Integral leader who develops, analyzes, and manages projects to maximize safety in coordination with key objectives.
Out-of-the-box thinker who excels at directing high-volume, public- and private-sector operations, including demonstrating a comprehensive list of credentials in emergency response, explosives, and hazardous waste, among others.
Excellent communicator who seamlessly interfaces with all levels of business professionals and government officials.
Energetics Division Manager
Utilize broad scope of industry knowledge toward directing daily cylinder destruction operations at PCI-Tradebe s plant facilities within the U.S., including managing on- / off-site high-hazard teams and plant staff involved in cylinder processing.
Expertly perform specialized demolitions work on cartridge explosives, UXO, and commercial explosives or environmental hazards, along with overseeing unknown cylinder compressed gas identification and stabilization of chemicals or mixtures.
Lead comprehensive training of teams, including reviewing HASPs and inspecting equipment and operating procedures.
Ensure compliance with OSHA VPP within all project locations as Tradebe Project Manager for DOD / DOE contracts.
Manage or perform OSHA compliance audits, data evaluation, and tracking; Part B compliance audits and risk assessment (including Hazop & PSM reviews for processes / equipment); and air / water permitting, monitoring, and reporting.
Deliver core EHS course instruction such as Explosive Recognition and Cylinder Handling, Transportation, and Disposal.
Optimize operations productivity and efficiency by completing accident investigations, including all FTA and root cause investigations, incident management, tort law preparations of expert witnesses and employee depositions.
~ Additional Professional Experience Held with AETC-Veolia and the U.S. Marine Corps Prior to 1998 ~
M.A., Emergency Management (In Progress) American Military University
B.S., Environmental Health & Safety Management (Magna Cum Laude) University of Findlay
Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (Since 2001) Association of Hazardous Materials Professionals
Certified Safety Professional (Since 2010) Board of Certified Safety Professionals
Priority Management Certified
TQM Certified (Zenger-Miller) • HM-181 & HM-126F Certified (AETC-Veolia)
Licensed by the State of Pennsylvania to Handle, Use, and Stabilize High Explosives
Certified by the Department of Homeland Security to Teach Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings Course
American Federation of Police s Expert Consultant Badge for Explosive, Chemical, or Biological Terrorist Bomb Attacks
Licensed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms to Handle, Use, and Stabilize Explosives, Blasting Agents, & Fireworks
Annual Blasters Training Seminar (1998 C 2011)
Annual Blasters Training Seminar
OSHA 30-Hour Card General Industry (2009)
School of Environmental & Emergency Management
Unexploded Ordnance Technician Level 1 (2008)
Texas A&M University Engineering Extension
Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (2006)
New Mexico Tech Energetic Materials Research & Testing Center
Advanced Use of Explosives (2004)
Explosive Service International, Ltd. / Louisiana State Police Academy
Compressed Gas Emergency Response Training (2004)
Explosive Firing Course (2001)
New Mexico Tech Energetic Materials Research & Testing
Emergency Response to Terrorism (1999)
National Fire Academy Course
Emergency Program Manager (1999)
Federal Emergency Management Institute
24-Hour Specialty Gas Emergency Response (1999)
Level 1 EPA Certification CFCs / HCFCs Disposal (1999)
American Home Appliance Manufacturers Association
Explosive Safety Handler (1996)
Explosive Service International, Ltd.
Practical Blasting Fundamentals (1996)
International Society of Explosives Engineers
Energetic Materials Deactivation (1996)
Reactive & Explosive Materials Training Corporation
Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response Training (1995 C 2010)
Chicago Safety Institute
Infrared Spectroscopy for Identification of Unknown Gases (1995)
Reactive Chemical & Cylinder Training (1993)
Advanced Environmental Technology Corporation
Emergency Response Training (1992)
Burlington County Fire Academy
Hazardous Waste Management Training Program (1988)
Advanced Environmental Technology Corporation
Technical Escort Course Binary Chemical Munitions (1987)
U.S. Army Ordnance Missile & Munitions Center & School
U.S.M.C. Nuclear Biological Chemical Defense Course (1985)
United States Army Chemical School
Academy of Hazardous Materials Professionals • International Society of Explosives Engineers
National Explosive Ordnance Disposal Association • American Society of Safety Engineers
Board of Certified Safety Professionals • International Emergency Managers Association
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I am excited to build a rewarding career with your company, and am confident that my professional skills, academic credentials, and industry training can help to achieve your goals. I can offer 12+ years of solid experience in Public- and Private-Sector Project Management, Safety Operations, Strategic Planning / Analysis, and Regulatory Compliance, and am well-versed in all facets of Team Building / Training, Equipment Inspections, Policy / Procedure Development, Quality Standards Assurance, and Process Improvement.
To complement my background, please note that I am pursuing a rigorous M.A. in Emergency Management from American Military University and hold a B.S. in Environmental Health & Safety Management (Magna Cum Laude) from the University of Findlay. I am also a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (Since 2001) and a Certified Safety Professional (Since 2010). Please consult my resume for a detailed list of all credentials, certifications, and trainings.
Currently, as an Energetics Division Manager for Pollution Control Industries, I utilize my broad scope of industry knowledge toward directing daily cylinder destruction operations at PCI-Tradebe s plant facilities within the U.S., including managing on- / off-site high-hazard teams and plant staff involved in cylinder processing. Within this role, I expertly perform specialized demolitions work on cartridge explosives, UXO, and commercial explosives or environmental hazards, along with overseeing unknown cylinder compressed gas identification and stabilization of chemicals or mixtures. I also lead comprehensive training of teams, including reviewing HASPs and inspecting equipment and operating procedures. As this is just a sampling of my job history, please kindly refer to my enclosed resume for additional experience.
You will find me to be a safety-focused professional who can contribute a track record of organizing complex operational initiatives, defining key priorities, and meeting targeted objectives. In addition, I can plan, prioritize, and manage diverse teams and tasks within fast-paced, deadline-driven environments while streamlining processes to increase productivity, efficiency, and quality. For the sum of these aforementioned reasons, I believe I will prove to be an incredible asset to your company.
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