Leigh H. Floyd
**** * ******* *******, ******, AZ 85746
520-***-**** firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn
Safety Management Professional with 30 + years experience in building strong safety cultures. Utilizing coaching. Mentoring, craft/trade focused safety training, task specific job hazard awareness (JHA) development, pre-task safety meeting and stretch and flex using leadership coaching and mentoring and accountability to develop an injury-free work zone. Certifications and Education
OSHA 500 Construction Outreach Trainer University of California San Diego OSHA 501 General Industry Outreach Trainer University of California San Diego Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety Suffield University OSHA Silica Competent Person
40 Hour Hazardous Waste Operations U.S. Pollution Control, Special Services Division Radiological Worker II HS113 U.S. Department of Energy Grand Junction, CO UMTRA Program Office
USACE EM385.1.1 Competent Person Trainer Fall Prevention FEMA IS-00100.B Incident Command System, IS-00200.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incident, ISA-00700.a National Incident System (NIMS), IS-00800.b National Response Framework
Process Safety Management (PSM) and Risk Management Stellar Interactive Solutions Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response License 12462 IMS Environmental Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor Environmental Training Center Hazardous Waste Operations Supervisor/Manager Scott, Allard & Bohannan, Inc Registered Environmental Manager REM 8190 National Registry of Environmental Professionals HILTI Qualified Operator of Power-Actuated Tools License 5480505 Compliance Water Sample Collection WS0242 State of New Mexico Environmental Department Accident Investigations
Drug Free Workplace
Emergency Action Planning
Personal Protective Equipment
Powered Industrial Truck (forklift)
Respiratory Protection Program
STOP safety trainer and auditor
Traffic Planning (City Streets and Heavy
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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Carried out the duties of Safety Director for Construction companies performed: U.S Army Corp of Engineer projects, infrastructure for new facilities including underground utilities, demolition, environmental remediation, asbestos abatement, heavy highway construction, steel erection and Beef possessing. Mentored, trained 100s of construction, general industry and day labors. Developed zero accident safety cultures with organizations that were previously burdened with out of control employee injuries and associated workers comp claims cost. This was accomplished by managing claims and instilling a strong stay at work/return to work and a keep earning and producing safely, safety culture. Superintendent of site hazardous waste characterization and the remediation on six successful uranium mill clean ups and closure projects (UMTRA) for the Department of Energy in the four corners region.
J. B. Steel Director, Safety Health and Environmental Instilled safety as a value into both the fab/shop and field construction teams by holding daily pre- task meetings and stretch and flex sessions. Also, all field personal received OSHA 10 hour and the 30 hour was completed by supervisors and leads. Safety committees were started as well. State of Arizona Department of Transportation Southern Region Occupational Safety Consultant
Provided support, training, hazard assessment and abatement consulting to ADOTs wide ranging infrastructure support responsibilities in southern Arizona. Supported organizations that enforced and managed international and state ports of entry, Motor vehicle and highway maintenance to name a few of ADOTs missions. An active training, facility and project audit schedule as well as a proactive safety council.
Yocha De He Nation - Cache Creek Casino Safety Professional Originally brought to the nation as the $300M casino expansion project safety director. This task was completed right up to pre-construction sub-contractor safety plan and JHA submittal and review process before the project was put on the back burner by the nation due to a dip in the economy. This allowed me the opportunity to oversee the safety culture in the existing casino, resort, golf course, hotel and their 23 kitchens and dining facilities and restaurants. Schuff Steel International Safety Manager
Working closely with prime contractors I provided day to day project safety support, training and safety plan oversight. Participated in setting up The Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH) first VPP construction project at the Phoenix Convection Center Phase II project. Labor Ready Incorporated Mid-America Region Safety Manager I provided task specific safety training course development and presentation, facility and site safety audit support for the nations largest day labor work force provider. General Motors Corporation Owners (GM) Safety Representative GMC Trucks Pontiac Michigan manufacturing facility was partially demolished, reconfigured and reconstructed on its existing foot print for the upcoming model year in 3 months by having work performed 24/7 through it’s completion. This projects safety program accomplished an accident Leigh H. Floyd
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free record while working 12 hour shifts 7 days week. I was the supervising safety professional on the second shift. (7PM - 7AM)
Packerland-Plainwell Occupational Safety Director
Focused on reducing costly injuries by analyzing process hazards and training coworkers to utilize tools more effectively and creating a positive, no one gets hurt today safety culture in one of Americas biggest beef processing facilities (slaughter house). Our very successful efforts were rewarded with being recognized as one of Americas safest companies in 2004 by EHS Magazine. AZCO Construction Incorporated Project Safety Director Coal fired power plant material handling system environmental upgrade, Chicago land electrical grid peaking plants, and a convention center were a few of the projects I functioned as the site safety manager.
J. B. Steel April 2017 – May 2018
ADOT September 2012 – April 2017
Yocha De He Nation September 2009 - September 2012 Schuff Steel International December 2006 - September 2009 Labor Ready Incorporated August 2005 - December 2006 General Motors Corporation June 2005 – August 2005 Packerland-Plainwell June 2002-May 2005
AZCO Construction Incorporated September 2000-June 2002 SELECT CAREER ACHIEVMENTS
• Recognized as one of “America’s Safety Companies” in 2004 by Occupational Health and Safety magazine while Safety Director at Packerland-Plainwell.
• Published “A JSA Story” The Highway Guardian July 2016 Volume 5, Issue 3
• Responsible for reducing the Mid America regions worker safety ratio (WSR) from 1.07 to
.76, a 29% improvement in 6-month period with Labor Ready.
• Had success in reducing the Western Michigan Districts’ three-month WSR from 1.18 to
.64; and the Mid-Michigan District from .95 to .42, and the Columbus Ohio District from .71 to .62 with Labor Ready.
• Received recognition for significantly reducing recordable injuries (greater than 50%) in both 2003 and 2004 by the National Safety Council of Michigan while at Packerland- Plainwell.
• Recognized for the greatest reduction of recordable injuries at a facility with more than one million man-hours annually in 2003 and 2004 also presented by National Safety Council of Michigan while at Packerland-Plainwell.
• Completed 30 months of environmental remediation contract work for the Department of Energy on UMTRA Projects with no recordable injuries. Project crew sizes up to 75 motivated productive employees.
• Mark Rienstra – 602-***-****
• Bob Stotz – 928-***-****
• Rick Keeney – 612-***-****
• Robert Azzolino – 530-***-****
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