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EHS Manager

Edmond, OK, 73025
October 08, 2018

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Bradley A. Grubbs • 405-***-**** •


Extensive experience in Aviation, Oil & Gas manufacturing, VPP sites, injury reduction programs, wastewater treatment, cost reduction projects, environmental reporting and industrial hygiene. Strengths include communication, data analysis, managing projects, and proven abilities in developing proactive strategies and compliance training. Successful in bringing change to a struggling site, reducing OSHA related injuries, hazardous materials shipment and disposal. Bi-lingual English and Spanish.


Baker Hughes a GE company Artificial Lift, Oklahoma City, OK 2014 – Current

North American Manufacturing EHS Manager/ OKC Site Manager

Sustained the overall I&I rate through a systematic approach to case management and engagement of EE's in various safety related programs for Artificial Lift OKC site.

Initiated a proactive program titled “Do you see What I see” to increase awareness and engage EE's also started Cross Audit Teams, to assist in identifying and reducing potential hazards.

Exceeding customer expectations by leading Business/ EHS site review to develop strategies in closing Action Tracking System, Concern reports and any other pertinent site EHS issues.

Reached and supported other business units such as Aviation during preparation for a VPP recertification audit, shipped HAZMAT, and participated in a 3rd party audit for O&G site.

Developed newly organized OKC EHS Team and utilized existing operational groups to accurately research and document solid responses to the assessments to re-calibrate the site.

Influenced and mentored new EHS members by encouraging them to take on more responsibility.

General Electric Aviation- Compressor Airfoils, McAllen, TX 2011- 2014

EHS Business Leader

Led VPP program recertification efforts by developing an action plan for the VPP recertification audit. Updated, improved and revalidated the elements by working with all the committees and element owners to ensure compliance.

Conducted awareness fair to improve EE's knowledge of VPP culture. On-boarded second McAllen site into the VPP site certification program.

Worked with TCEQ Air department to obtain a revised air permit to allow for new site growth which increased production by over 25% and over 8 million in new machinery.

General Electric Commercial Aviation Services – AMS, Memphis, TN 2006 – 2010

EHS Leader

Developed Safety as a core value in a newly acquired organization. Integrate GE’s philosophy and systems for EHS programs to AMS formally called The Memphis Group. Implemented a training tracking program, Haz Mat shipping program for DOT/IATA. Created EHS strategy for business.

Engaged employees to foster diverse opinions and ideas to achieve best solutions. Build trust by consistently demonstrating ethical, responsible behavior.

Special projects team leader to construct a concrete pad to demolish the aircraft, closed over 144 Third Party Audit items, manage multiple EHS programs at sites located in two states.

Established several new Environmental and Safety programs and policies. 100% completion of all required compliance training.

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General Electric Aircraft Engines, Ontario, CA 2005 - 2006

EHS - Security Site Focal Point

Implemented and managed all EHS policies, procedures and programs to ensure regulatory compliance. Handled EHS issues at a site with landlord (LAWA-ONT) reporting relationships. Maintain expert knowledge of applicable regulatory requirements.

Ensured effective EHS education programs are in place.

Returned property to LA-X. 1 year no OSHA recordables during closure operations. Site was returned on time ahead of expected schedule and under estimated closure budget goals. 2.25 years and over 1,000,000 hours no lost time cases.

Assessed production needs and implemented sound business practices that minimized the total amount of monthly hazardous waste by 70.0 % and by 52.8 % cost reduction per month.

Maintained records and reports for following permits Title V, NESHAP, and wastewater treatment discharge.

GE Aviation Aircraft Engines, Ontario, CA 2004 - 2005

EHS Generalist

Provided input to “Site Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Focal Point” and/or site management on various EHS issues to initiate and influence integration of EHS policies and practices into the business.

Gulfstream Aerospace Technologies

EHS Coordinator / Process Engineer, Mexicali, Mexico 2001 - 2004

Oversaw environmental, safety, health issues, process area, and wastewater treatment area. Mexicali plant has approximately 850 employees.

Reduced 2003 TCIR rate by 60%. 2002 rate was 0.88 compared to 2003 at 0.36, goal for the year was set at 0.5 by implementing a " 5 Point Program.”

Assisted in the planning and design of a new 200,000 sq. ft plant.


Bachelor of Science: Industrial Safety - University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK

Associate of Science: Plumbing and Pipefitting - Oklahoma State University Tech. Okmulgee, OK

DOT – Hazardous Materials Instructor

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