Perry Brian Stewart
Name: Perry Brian Stewart
Nationality: American, United States Citizen
Date of Birth: March 21st, 1961
Education: David Crockett High School Graduate
St. Edwards University - Mechanical Engineering/
Highly qualified individual with over 33 years’ experience in the Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Management field. Experienced in numerous fields, including but not limited to Oil/Gas plants GTL, Processing Facilities, High rise building construction, Marine Terminal Infrastructures Greenfield as well as Brownfield's, Offshore Drilling Rigs, Commercial Construction Civil and heavy Mechanical, Cross Country Pipelines, and Water/Waste Infrastructures.
19411 80th Ave S, Kent, WA 9803
September 2017 – April 2018
Responsible for the facility, employees and visitors adherence to Health, Safety and Environmental regulations in accordance with local, state and federal regulations (OSHA). Kept abreast of any changes to laws and regulations that could possibly impact the organization. Re-vamped existing site programs to initiate a more pro-active approach to employee awareness. Develop, coordinate and modified training programs, materials and tools to meet the changing needs of the facility. Provided training/mentoring on a daily basis. Implemented HSSE policies, adjusting for hazards associated with daily operations. Continuously monitor and perform audits/inspections of facility, Implement assessment and review processes to identify and manage health and safety risks and monitor, report and review performance. Monitoring regulatory requirements including DOSH, L&I, and lead all accident investigations to determine root cause analysis and implement corrective action. Managed all workers’ compensation claims including the proper execution and distribution of required reporting, coordination and tracking of all safety related paperwork, including OSHA Form 300 and worked to resolve claims as efficiently as possible. Supervise the recording and analysis of information on injuries, damage, and production loss and coordination of back-to-work and light duty programs. Assess accident trends and review overall safety performance.
HSSE OEC Manager
July 2011 to Dec 2016
United Arab Emirates
Corporate HSSE Director support for Petrofac projects in UAE, Africa, Turkmenistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Kuwait, and Oman. Provided clear direction and leadership in design, implementation, communication and coordination of all environmental, health, and safety programs. Provided support to project and operation team in all aspects of safety, security, occupational health, and environmental issues. Ensuring the organization has access to competent health and safety advice. Evaluating projects from an HSSE prospective and raising the level of awareness in areas of concern, modifying programs to reflect changing scope of work.
Conduct regular project audits and annual, semiannual reviews of HSSE plans and procedures. Ensure HSSE policies and procedures are being implemented and followed in accordance to all corporate and NEBOSH requirements. Direct and implement new training strategies for operating objectives, confirming department personnel execute the HSSE plan appropriately. Issue quarterly reports to COO on company statistics, areas of concerns including HSSE targets and standards including lost work day accidents as well strategies for new initiatives. Responsible for creating, developing and maintaining clear and effective HSSE systems and procedures to recognized standards which meet company, country, legal and regulatory compliance requirements. Implement assessment and review processes to identify and manage health and safety risks, monitor and review performance. Guided and directed all managers and employees on relevant HSSE matters with recommendations/actions for improvements. Provided technical and operational recommendations in meeting manufacturing goals, minimizing business interruption risk due to noncompliance, and maintaining a safe, accident free workplace.
December 2009 to July 2011
Project: ASAB Full Field Development Project
Size of project: $3.4 billion
Daily activities consist of meetings with the client and subcontractors to review projects HSE performance coordinating daily activities for overall safety compliance. Weekly and Monthly progress meeting with Client's Vice presidents and CEO's to address any concerns that may arise along with reviewing the HSSE performance of all contractors and implementing ways to continuously improve the safety performance as a whole. Daily meetings with Petrofac Project Director and Construction Director regarding site concerns and advising ways to reduce any potential risk associated with their scope of work. Other areas of responsibilities are the management of the doctors and clinics, training facilities, security, IVMS monitoring systems and EPC site HSSE managers for green field and brown field activities. Main role to provide highest quality Project HSSE management for Petrofac and all its subcontractors at the ASAB FFD project. Together we achieved Twenty Five million man-hours without an LTI.
C.C.C. Consolidated Contractors Co. Inc.
Project HSSE Manager
July 2007 to December 2009
Project: Pearl GTL
Sub-Contracted thru KBR
Co-manage site training facilities, Medical facilities and all security concerns related to the project's completion. Estimated work force exceeded 25000 + employees during its 5 year duration. Provided overall HSSE Management coverage of the GTL gas to liquids project at Ras Laffan. Daily activities consist of coordinating with the client and J/V on all safety activities relating to the construction of the plants utility and process sections. Continuous monitoring of site audits and inspections of all sub-contractors and CCC direct hired employees. Record and analysis information on injuries, damage, and production loss. Assess accident trends and review overall safety performance. Manage and review all method statements and contract procedures to assure health safety & environmental compliance within the laws of Qatar and NEBOSH. Implement and write new HSSE policies to adjust for any identified hazards. Established a transportation plan for more than 23.000 plus laborers commuting on and off site via company vehicles including the over site of two transport managers and their associated daily functions. Conducted weekly site walks with the client, evaluating site safety performance. Reviewed TSTI/AHA's/JSA's with the engineering staff, safety engineers and management to assure that the program has covered all potential risks.
Kellogg Brown & Root
Project HSE Manager, Multiple sites
2005 to 2007
Provide overall site safety for KBR field personnel and strategic sub-contract partners.
Daily functions are to work with the KBR field crews and sub-contractors to ensure that contracted Health and Safety plans along with OSHA requirements are being followed. Continually meet with KBR employees and safety management coordinating task to ensure the safety of all individuals. Job tasks included but were not limited to; TSTI's, AHA's site / equipment inspections, determination of proper PPE levels and protection requirements, establishing / inspections of facilities, performed site orientations, MSDS compliance, and accident investigations/audits.
Project HSE MANAGER
SEPT 2004 to Nov 2005 Contract Status
Project: Waste Water Treatment Facility
River Rouge – Detroit MI.
Assisted with development, communication, and implementation, monitoring of environmental, health, safety and DOT programs; policies and procedures to reduce accidents and protect company assets; ensure vendor, contractor, and customer safety; and compliance with applicable regulatory requirements. Resource and subject matter expert both internal and external in matters relating to environmental, health, safety, DOT, confined space, working at heights, proper PPE adherence and proper disposal methods.
OSHA Certified since 2001
OSHA 30-80 Hour Refresher Certified 2006
F.E.M.A. Certified (IS-00100, 00200, 00700, 00701, 00702, 00703, 00800-Emergency Management Institute in June 2007
40-Hour Haz-Wopper Certification/Field Trainer 03-04-06,
Haz-Mat Awareness/Operation 03- 2006, 05-07
SCBA June 2007
LRQA-Combined EMS & OHSAS July 2012
First Aid CPR AED Certified since 2005
Hazardous Materials/RCRA Waste Manifesting 9-25-07
American Crane Institute Certified Mobile Crane Inspector 2007
NSTC Refresher Trainer
SIMMS Train the Trainer
Certification on Fire Extinguishers
Confined Space Training
Environmental Waste Management Training
Presently Studying for CSP, CHST
RCRA Manifest Training
Shaping Accident Free Environments (SAFE)
Behavior Based Safety Training
Blood Borne Pathogens
Work at Height’s
National Safety Council
oPrinciples of Occupational Safety
oSafety Management Techniques
Petrofac Int. Group HSSE Manager
Petrofac int. Senior VP Quality & Control
Diversified Capital Limited