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Safety Manager

Location:
Spring, TX, 77382
Posted:
March 24, 2018

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Eric M. Van Tol, MS, CIH, CSP (C) 281-***-**** (H) 281-***-****

** ******* ***** *** *********, Texas 77382 E-Mail: ac4w7o@r.postjobfree.com

PROFILE

** **** *** ****** ********** professional with global experience in managing safety, industrial hygiene, environmental and medical surveillance programs in order to become integrated with daily operations.

Led current plant site to achieve VPP Star Status and Corporate Operational Excellence Presidents Award in 2015. This site is historic Houston Chemical Complex that has experienced 3 explosions and 30 fatalities in past 25 years. Union involvement was stalled and my leadership encouraged participation. This VPP certification audit had OSHA auditors from local, regional and Washington DC offices to ensure all signatories where convinced site was ready.

Provide Board of Directors and EHS Executive Policy Committee with quarterly updates on EHS sustainability efforts.

Developed, authored and implemented multiple global and facility Environmental, Health and Safety procedures.

Participated in Process Safety Management and Management of Change relevant to operations in accordance to OSHA 29CFR 1910.119 including Process Hazard Analysis’s, HAZOP’s, and FMEA’s.

Demonstrated ability to organize, motivate and drive change management via Health and Safety Best Practice Team, Corporate EHS Policy Committee, local management, and hourly representatives.

Facilitated development and implementation of corporate procedure on Contractor Safety Management including a Contractor Safety Forum and Contractor Safety Awards.

Demonstrated ability to manage Recordable Injury, Lost Work Day, and Workers Comp cases using Third Party Administrators, legal experts and/or private investigators to ensure optimal outcomes.

Driven reductions in Chemical and Noise Similar Exposure Groups by using engineered solutions and individual work teams to develop cost sensitive solutions.

Support the Product Safety group in review of company Safety Data Sheets to ensure compliance with OSHA Hazcom and the European Union REACH requirements.

Working experience in quality laboratories at multiple facilities which were under ISO 9001 and participated in their certification audits.

Demonstrated proficiency in OSHA, MSHA, NFPA, LSC, and NEC codes.

Expert working knowledge of the Environmental, Health Safety and Quality Self-Assessment process, corporate audit process and audit protocols. Responsible Care®/Operational Excellence, ISO 9001.

Certified to conduct Incident/Accident Investigations using multiple investigation methods (TapRoot, TOP, and Why Tree).

Designated Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) at multiple locations and served as the corporate RSO.

Demonstrated the ability to work with multiple union organizations. (United Steel Workers of America; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Professional Airways Systems Specialists; National Air Traffic Controllers Association).

EDUCATION

Master of Science, Industrial Hygiene Central Missouri State University, Dec 1992

Master of Science, Biology Central Missouri State University, Dec 1992

B.S. in Natural Science, Minor in Business Muhlenberg College, May 1989

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company January 2018 – Present

Regional Environmental, Health, Safety and Security Manager– 800 employees and contractors

Leading effort on first Regional EHSS model for Chevron Phillips Chemical Company.

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company June 2016 – Present

United States Gulf Coast Project, TX

Environmental, Health, Safety and Security Manager/Site Director – 7500 employees and contractors

Managing a staff of over 40 EHSS professionals who are involved in supporting $14 billion mega construction projects at two sites in the Texas Gulf Coast Region.

Led site initiative on Incident and Injury Free ®model with the result of over a 70% reduction in injuries and incidents.

Directing the contractor companies EHSS staff of over 200 EHSS support personnel dedicated to the project.

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company February 2014 – June 2016

Pasadena Plastics Complex, Houston, TX

Environmental, Health, Safety and Security Superintendent – 600 employees

Lead facility to record EHSS performance for site. Two consecutive year winner of “Best in Texas Safety” for Texas Chemical Council.

Develop and implement overall strategies with management to assure a safe and environmentally compliant workplace and to drive continuous improvement using Operational Excellence and the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP). Achieved VPP Star Status in less than two years after program had stalled after 10 years of seeking VPP Star status.

Corporate Headquarters, Houston, TX July 2006 – February 2014

Occupational Health Manager, Global – 4500 employees and operations in North America, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Europe and Asia

Facilitator of the CP Chem Health and Safety Best Practice Team Lead.

Managed companies Wellness Programs.

Member of the Corporate Global Incident and Emergency Response Team

Managed a team of occupational health and safety professionals: nurses, wellness coordinator, IH and safety, Medical Director, medical records, international medical.

Alcoa August 2004 – July 2006

Primary Metals, Rockdale, TX

Senior Staff Industrial Hygiene and Safety Professional – 1300 employees and 400 contractors at largest North American Smelter of 52,000 acres with Coal Mine and 600 Megawatt power plant.

Developed and implemented a the Industrial Athlete Model to reduce Soft Tissue Injuries

Implemented state of the art heat stress monitoring technology for location and Business Unit

Chevron Phillips Chem. Co. August 2001 – August 2004

Houston Chemical Complex Pasadena, TX

Senior Safety and Industrial Hygiene Professional – 700 employees at world scale polyethylene plant

Managed Industrial Hygiene and Medical Programs

Alcoa World Alumina Atlantic October 1999 – July 2001

Point Comfort, TX

Senior Industrial Hygiene and Safety Engineer – 700 employees at largest NA alumina refinery

Responsible for managing Safety and Industrial Hygiene Programs

Worked with members of plant Behavior Science Technology group to analyze data

Supported CERCLA Superfund activities during remediation of mercury from Lavaca Bay

Advancia Inc. (Sub-Contractor to Lockheed Martin) November 1994 - October 1999

National Airspace System Implementation Support Contract

Environmental, Safety and Health Systems Engineer

Performed Environmental, Safety and Health audits of Federal Aviation Administration facilities in the Central Region.

Responsible for underground storage tank removal and remediation activities.

BES Company Inc. September 1992 -- November 1994

Industrial Hygienist – Private engineering firm

Developed Health and Safety Plans for large pharmaceutical research and development labs and production facilities

Facilities worked in include: Pfizer, Hoechst Celanese, Bayer Crop Sciences, GlaxoSmithKline, Sprint, AT&T, Lipton, Hallmark Cards

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), 1998

Certified Safety Professional (CSP), 2011

Competent Person Training for Safety at Heights (Rose Fall Protection School)

Firefighter Training (Texas A&M Fire School) and Hazwoper 40 Hour (Texas A&M Fire School)

MSHA Certified Trainer

EHS Leadership Capabilities

Incident-Injury Free Safety Culture. Commitment to creating a workplace free of recognized hazards, promoting safe work behaviors and managing the safety of our employees as a business priority.

LEAN Manufacturing. Be a crucial enabler of the continual improvement process. Lead the learning and change within an organization. Provide the leadership that builds the commitment and understanding required to accomplish the improvement goals.

Compliance Audit Process. Manage the EHS compliance audit process. This includes developing audit protocols, scheduling routine & risk-based audits, distributing reports, monitoring & report findings.

EHS Management Systems. Manage the EHS Management System. This includes ensuring that all operating units are registered to ISO 9001/14001 and Operational Excellence (OHSAS 18001) the Responsible Care System.

Global Technical Standards. Lead Global EHS Standard development & deployment. This includes developing audit protocol, scheduling routine & risk-based audits, distributing reports, monitoring & report findings. Demonstrated proficiency in OSHA, MSHA, NFPA, LSC, and NEC codes.

Key Performance Indicators. Responsible for the routine reporting of safety and environmental KPIs. Verification of the accuracy of the data, analysis of data and Expert Knowledge of KMS and Medgate software. Ability to develop performance targets.

Risk Management and Mitigation. Work collaboratively with Risk Management & Corporate Engineering Services on the development and deployment of loss prevention strategies to achieve risk reduction recommendations to reduce risk of injury or illness.. Certified to conduct Incident/Accident Investigations using multiple investigation methods (TapRoot, TOP, and Why Tree).

Shared Resources. Expand and maintain the central and shared resource model for Global EHS Management. Provide central and shared resources for strategic priorities. Develop subject matter experts throughout the organization to increase ownership of EHS on the floor.

Industry Groups. Represent CP Chem at EHS Industry & Benchmarking groups including, but not limited to, API, SOCMA, Texas Chemical Council, National Association of Manufacturers & others – as needed.

Material Safety Data Sheets. Assist in maintaining and developing MSDS’s to GHS standard for our products. Maintain current registrations with CHEMTREC and other national response centers. Ensure operating units have systems in place to maintain MSDS on-site.

Conflict Resolution. Take an active leadership role in the resolution of potential EHS compliance violations while working cooperatively with Beam Legal or outside counsel on other related litigation.

Developing & Building Capabilities. Work cooperatively with Operating Units to ensure appropriate personnel are properly trained and the training is documented in areas regulated by EHS.



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