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Manager Project

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United States
Posted:
November 10, 2012
Email:
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SHELLI STEWART

404-***-****

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**** **** ****** **** ********** Circle

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70807 Upland, California 91784

A proactive environmental, health and safety professional with knowledge of State and Federal

regulatory requirements. A responsible and conscientious individual, who through the utilization of

excellent written/verbal communication and leadership skills gains the respect and confidence of

clients and co-workers.

APPLICABLE WORK EXPERIENCE

THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA SYRUP PLANT, Safety, Environmental

and Security Manager II – Oversee all OSHA/safety and health compliance, environmental

regulatory and security programs for the syrup manufacturing facility, Anaheim Water Plant and

Chino Warehouse. Interpret requirements/submit regulatory reports for California

OSHA/EPA/South Coast Air Quality Management District, regional/local agencies. Manage

microbiological wastewater treatment plant including permit renewal, residual syrup disposal,

O&M procedures, flare/boiler/generator air quality compliance. Manage all aspects of integrated

Safety and Environmental Management Systems in matters relating to facility audits, certifications,

internal procedures and training for ISO 14001 & 18001. Track and report metrics for OSHA

compliance, Accident Frequency Rate, Water & Energy Use Ratios, recycling and compliance

training. Conduct hazard assessments. Facilitate safety committee/planet teams. Maintain rapport

with regulators and company/regional personnel (8/2011 to present)

THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA SYRUP PLANT, Safety, Environmental and Security

Manager I – Oversaw all OSHA/safety and health compliance and environmental regulatory

programs for the syrup manufacturing facility and Freestyle operations. Led facility to its best

safety record of 500 days without OSHA recordable accident and 1000-plus days without a LTA

during multi-million dollar expansion and construction of Freestyle facility. Achieved ISO 14001 &

18001 certification; successful safety & environmental compliance audits. Managed 24/7 security

staff; model plant for management & deployment of security systems & programs; Managed

wastewater operator for pH neutralization system. Conducted hazard assessments, JSAs, area

audits, prepared & submitted OSHA VPP application, reported KBIs and other metrics. Facilitated

safety committee. Excellent rapport with City of Atlanta and GA DNR regulators, and corporate

medical services, security, HSE, procurement personnel. (2/2008 to 8/2011)

EARTH TECH (A TYCO INTERNATIONAL COMPANY), Senior Project Manager – Project

management, oversight & execution of teams including manager for Tier II chemical inventory

reports for 1,550 retail stores/distribution centers in 39 states & District of Columbia. Provided

resolution to fire, RCRA, stormwater and inspection reports from agencies, regulatory research

and applicability studies for a large U.S. retailer. Staff scientist food/ beverage industry

environmental affairs department’s stormwater & hazardous waste programs. (2006 to 2007)

LOCKHEED MARTIN COMPANY, MARIETTA, GEORGIA, Senior Environmental Engineer –

Developed, administered and implemented environmental programs. Responsibilities included

Aboveground/Underground Storage tanks, EPA Performance Track Programs, ISO 14001

Auditing, Clean Air Act interpretations, Refrigeration Management, SARA/Tier II, EPCRA reporting,

Pollution Prevention assistance. (2005 to 2006)

SHELLI STEWART

(404) ***-****

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VULCAN CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, L.P., ATLANTA, GEORGIA, Environmental Manager

(Southeast Division) - Excellent rapport with regulators in multi States. Longest period of zero

environmental citations during my tenure. Successfully negotiated air quality and surface mining

permits from 3-year backlog. Supervised engineer/intern on staff. (2002-04)

CEMEX, INC., CLINCHFIELD, GEORGIA, Environmental Manager - Served in middle

management capacity for all environmental regulatory permitting, inspecting & recordkeeping

for cement plant and five cement terminals. Determined current/future permitting/compliance

needs of cement operations on all environmental regulatory requirements, including Title V Air

Quality, RCRA, Solid Waste, SPCC, NPDES, Surface Mining, SARA/Tier II, EPCRA, Drinking

Water, Radiation, Asbestos, Underground Storage Tanks. Managed the Scrap Tire Acceptance

Program. Led the facility’s successful Title V compliance program. Received recognition as one

of the Top 10 plants by upper management. (1997-2002)

ORION, INC. (TRANSAMERICAN REFINING CORPORATION), NORCO, LOUISIANA,

Environmental Engineer (Interim Environmental Manager) - Served in supervisory capacity as

Environmental Services Manager, permitting, inspecting and providing technical information to

all areas of refinery. (1995-97)

MONSANTO COMPANY, LULING, LOUISIANA, Environmental Engineer - Emphasis on NPDES,

SPCC, solid waste beneficial use permitting, Underground Injection compliance, waste

identification/profiling/disposal, SARA reporting. Developed a plant-wide environmental

compliance program; environmental audits. (1992-95)

LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA

Environmental Quality Specialist - Provided regulatory oversight for manufacturing facilities.

Prepared RCRA operating, closure/post-closure permits for facilities disposing, storing and

treating hazardous waste. Inspected hazardous waste facilities. (1990-92)

CECOS INTERNATIONAL, LIVINGSTON, LOUISIANA, Quality Control Technician – Sampled

and inspected incoming shipments of waste; Safety rep for hourly personnel (1989-90)

EDUCATION: XAVIER UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Bachelor of Science-

Biology, 1989

SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA Masters of

Environmental Science-Chemistry, 1994

PUBLICATION: “Cement Binders for Organic Wastes” - Magazine of Concrete Research,

Volume 48, No. 174, pages 37-44.

LANGUAGES: Beginner Spanish

AFFILIATIONS

• Adjunct Professor (Science and Health), Shorter University, Atlanta, Georgia

• Habitat for Humanity Volunteer, Atlanta and Los Angeles

REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST