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EHS Manager

Location:
Tampa, Florida, United States
Salary:
85,000/yr
Posted:
August 20, 2018

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Haley Laing, MS, CSP, ASP

**** ***** ***** ****

Lake Worth, FL 33467

561-***-****

Education:

Winthrop University

Rock Hill, South Carolina

Bachelor of Arts: Political Science

December 2004

East Carolina University

Greenville, North Carolina

Masters of Science: Occupational Safety

December 2014

Security Clearance: Secret

Certifications: CSP, ASP, 40 Hour HAZWOPER Trainer, DOT, RCRA, IATA

Work Experience:

ADMA Biologics February 2018-Current

EHS Supervisor

-Investigates industrial accidents, injuries, or occupational diseases to determine causes and preventive measures.

-Maintains and applies knowledge of current policies, regulations, and industrial processes.

-Inspects facilities, machinery, and safety equipment in order to identify and correct potential hazards, and to ensure safety regulation compliance

-Conducts or coordinates worker training in areas such as safety laws and regulations, hazardous condition monitoring, and use of safety equipment.

-Reviews employee safety programs to determine their adequacy.

-Interviews employers and employees to obtain information about work environments and workplace incidents.

-Reviews plans and specifications for construction of new machinery or equipment in order to determine requirements have been met.

-Compiles, analyzes, and interpret statistical data related to occupational illnesses and accidents.

-Recommends process and product safety features that will reduce employees’ exposure to chemical and biological work hazards.

-Conducts or directs testing of air quality, noise, temperature, and/or radiation levels to verify compliance with health and safety regulations.

-Provides technical advice and guidance to departments on how to manage safety and health needs.

-Assists the EHS Manager with maintaining liaisons outside the company, such as fire departments and emergency response teams.

-Evaluates adequacy of actions taken to correct inspection violations.

-Drafts safety regulations and codes for departmental approval.

-Conducts and maintains hazardous materials inventories.

-Maintains current SDS system.

-Coordinates waste minimization efforts.

-Manages hazardous waste identification and shipments off site.

See final page of resume for explanation of gap from 2015 to 2018

Pacific Architects and Engineers(CSC/PAE) -AUTEC June 2013-May 2015

Health and Safety Specialist

-Conducted and documented facility inspections at various Florida locations and on Andros Island, Bahamas to detect existing or potential safety and health hazards, and recommends corrective or preventive measures where indicated.

-Developed, implemented, monitored and trained on safety-related training programs provided by the AUTEC Environmental, Safety and Health Office, including Lockout/Tagout, Electrical Safety, Fall protection, Machine Guarding, Confined Space Entry, Construction Site Safety, Bloodborne Pathogens, Hazard Communication, Respiratory Protection, and Asbestos Awareness.

-Assisted as required with the AUTEC explosive safety program and provide reasoned, informed advice regarding compliance with Navy explosives safety standards.

-Conducted periodic surveying and health monitoring of work spaces for toxic or harmful substances, agents or conditions and ensured appropriate medical monitoring of employees in accordance with OPNAVINST 5100.23 (Series) (Chapter 8).

-Utilized various pieces of industrial hygiene (IH) monitoring equipment to ensure safe and health compliance with OPNAVINST 5100.23.

-Assisted with the coordination of outside agency safety inspections and industrial hygiene surveys conducted on the AUTEC project.

-Reviewed and evaluated new or changed safety regulations, instructions, procedures, guidelines, and standards.

-Managed appropriate documentation as required in support of the AUTEC ES&H Programs.

-Assisted in the establishment and administration of special safety drives or campaigns.

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)-AUTEC January 2013-June 2013

Hazardous Materials and Waste Lead Technician

-Supported the AUTEC project by managing the storage and disposal of hazardous waste.

-Reviewed hazardous material use, storage, and minimization efforts to ensure compliance to relevant OSHA and RCRA standards.

-Supervised the daily operations of the hazardous waste operator.

-Assisted in the creation of training programs relevant to hazardous materials and/or waste.

-Audited hazardous material storage locations to ensure compliance with EPA regulations.

-Led training initiatives for the hazardous material/hazardous waste coordinators across the project.

Wake Forest University Health Sciences August 2009-January 2013

Environmental Health and Safety Technician II

-Duties include lab audits, maintenance of hazardous waste collection programs, manifest record maintenance (including biennial report), respirator fit testing, training for various hospital and school departments regarding hazardous waste and safety protocols.

-Assist in creating an Environmental Management System that is compliant with ISO 14001

-Create and update departmental Standard Operating Procedures

-Reviewed various safety programs annually including respiratory protection, hearing protection, confined space entry, and work at height.

Clean Harbors July 2008-October 2008

Compliance Specialist

-Duties included maintaining the compliance of the Reidsville facility through daily and weekly inspections, managing of off-spec materials, and coordinating the efforts of customer service representatives and generators in modifying manifests. Duties also include receiving manifests into the facility, manifesting outgoing waste, and monitoring the accuracy of manifest according to DOT, EPA, and RCRA regulations.

Facility Lab Pack Chemist January 2006-July 2008

-Duties included identifying the hazardous characteristics of incoming waste, segregating waste, and choosing the end disposal route. Duties also included manifesting non-hazardous material, tracking of waste to its final destination and managing all processing of waste.

-Member of VPP committee that achieved rising star status.

Facility Technician December 2005-January 2006

-Duties included managing the workflow of the lab pack consolidation area, assisting the lab pack chemists in completion of their duties, and tracking waste electronically to its final destination.

Household Hazardous Waste Technician December 2003-December 2005

-Duties included loading hazardous waste into appropriate containers and assisting in segregating the materials into DOT approved containers.

Gap in Resume

In May of 2015 my husband and I were relocating from the Bahamas, where we both worked, to the U.S. and at that time I had been awarded the position of Sr. Health and Safety Specialist in Boca Raton, FL. In July of the same year, my husband was informed he would not be transitioned to the U.S. and due to the remote nature of the island, I returned to the island in August of 2015. As there were no positions available in my field, I accepted a position as an assistant retail warehouse manager and served in that position until August of 2016 at which time I began the process of transitioning my husband and myself back to the U.S. for work. I did not include this employment in the body of the resume as it was not applicable to the position for which I am applying.



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