A passionate, diligent and qualified subject matter specialist with extensive and practical knowledge of safety policies and procedures spanning multiple industries including construction, general industry, aerospace, and maritime. Driven by deep-seated dedication to ensure that all personnel are performing in a safe environment conductive to efficient work and productive business practices. Highly certified and proficient, with excellent communication skills and an innate ability to create and maintain company compliance with all OSHA, EPA, MDEQ and D.O.T rules and regulations. W O R K E X P E R I E N C E
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH + SAFETY COORDINATOR PRAXAIR SURFACE TECHNOLOGIES ELLISVILLE, MS FEBRUARY 2018 - PRESENT
• Coordinates all environmental health and safety programs and remediates issues according to company standards and polices, as well as, local, state and federal regulations.
• Trains all plant personnel on EHS topics to inform the employees of the risk within their job task, how to mediate those risk, and how to choose adequate PPE for what hazards cannot be mediated.
• Audits safety programs and coordinates continuous improvement in those programs to be adequate, understandable, and sustainable.
• Coordinates all environmental compliance within the plant, as it pertains to air permits, waste minimization, determination, proper shipping documentation, and correct disposal procedures for the waste type. Ensures that plant personnel understand proper waste management and handling as to prevent leaks, spills, mis- labeling, mis-handling, and mis-identification of waste types.
• Ensures proper waste water tracking, accurate pH readings, and analytical testing as set out in the waste water permit for sanitary sewer.
• Reports and corrects environmental hazards as primary point of contact for all associated matters, as well as participates in project planning to ensure health and safety is considered during project design phases.
• Confirms all required assessments, regulatory review and investigation of safety concerns/accidents/near misses are conducted efficiently.
HEALTH + SAFETY COORDINATOR INDUSTRIAL CORROSION CONTROL INC. GULFPORT, MS MAY 2016 – DECEMBER 2017
• Coordinates all environmental health and safety programs and remediates issues according to company
• Ensured federal, state, and local laws, regulations and codes were observed and maintained through on site safety assessments and training.
• Managed record keeping and reporting requirements to help develop controls for identified hazards and coordinate their implementation for analysis.
• Planned and performed safety training for new and existing employees and annual required refresher training.
• Measured and evaluated the effectiveness of hazard control systems, polices, procedures and recommended changes that reflect improved opportunities to eliminate workplace accidents and injuries
SITE SAFETY FOREMAN INDUSTRIAL CORROSION CONTROL INC. GULFPORT, MS JUNE 2015 - MAY 2016
• Understood and enforced both company and industry policies and procedures and executed work plans.
• Analyzed work practices, communicated improvement protocols and monitored progress.
• Managed necessary corrective action to eliminate and minimize safety hazards.
• Responded to all safety hazards to manage work crews safely and produce quality work. OWNER + OPERATOR PREMIER PRESURE WASHING
FLOWOOD, MS JUNE 2013 – JUNE 2015
• Trained all new technicians and followed work orders as required, following health and safety guidelines, ensuring quality results, a clean job site and efficient use of materials.
• Adept at operating pressure washer machinery safely and effectively to clean a variety of services and highly experienced in removal chemicals to prepare surfaces.
• Well-versed in assisting with construction work and post cleaning duties, in a bid to provide support to workers in meeting tight deadlines.
SANDBLASTER + PAINTER INDUSTRIAL CORROSION CONTROL INC. GULFPORT, MS JANUARY 2010 – JUNE 2013
• Applied industrial coatings per recommended thickness and adjusted spray equipment for proper atomization.
• Blasted structures per S.S.P.C. requirements and followed safety policies and procedures as outlined in the manual.
• Demonstrated honesty, integrity, and professionalism in all communications, actions and decisions as determined by the Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct.
E X P E R T I S E
Waste Identification + Determination
Hazardous Waste Management
Hazardous material handling
Extensive OSHA Training
Compliance + Regulations
Research + Inspections
Root Cause Corrective Action
Microsoft Office Suite
Quality Control + Assurance
Job Safety Analysis
Hazard Identification + Mediation
C E R T I F I C A T I O N S
OSHA 500 Trainer for Construction Industry
OSHA 510 Standards for Construction Industry
OSHA 30 for Construction Industry
OSHA 10 for Construction Industry
OSHA 4 Hour Record Keeping Certificate
NFPA 70E Arc Flash + Electrical Training
D.O.T HazMat Transportation Training
Resource Conservation + Recovery Act Training
HAZWOPER/HazMat Train the Trainer
40-Hour Hazardous Waste Worker HAZWOPER
24-Hour Emergency Response Technician HAZWOPER
8-Hour Hazardous Waste Supervisor HAZWOPER
On-Scene Incident Commander HAZWOPER
Heart Saver AE + CPR + First Aid
NACE CIP Level 1 Coatings Inspector
TWI Job Instruction + Job Relations
In Pursuit of ASP Certification
E D U C A T I O N
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
Occupational Safety and Health
Columbia Southern University
Graduating February 2020
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
University of Mississippi
Completed 72 credit hours
B R A N D O N B O X
E N V I R O N M E N T A L H E A L T H + S A F E T Y S P E C I A L I S T + T R A I N E R 228-***-****