Health and Safety Manager GLR Consulting November 2013 to Present
Inspects and evaluates the environment, equipment and processes in working areas to ensure compliance with government safety regulations and industry standards with the chief goal to protect the employees, customers and the environment. Identifies potentially hazardous biological, chemical and radiological materials and collects samples of them for analysis. Prepares Site Safety and Health Plan (SSHP), Accident Prevention Plans, Emergency Response Plans, and Activity Hazard Analysis for each contract activity. Recommends changes to protect workers, and educates employees on how to prevent health problems through the use of safety training programs. Investigates accidents to identify their causes and find ways to prevent them in the future. Conducts safety and health audits and inspections and maintains records. Conducts EHS training. Coordinates any work related injuries or illnesses with Corporate Health Services Department. Conducts Job Hazard Assessments. Ensures EHS polices and directives are being followed. Audits mobile crews and facilities to ensure compliance. Management of all contracts. Responsible for budget preparation and tracking, establishing and monitoring progress towards Company goals. Identifying needed support from outside consultants, developing scopes of work and managing issuance of contracts.
Health and Safety Manager, Lakeshore TolTest Corporation, Inc. 2005 to November 2013
Directly responsible for the management of the health and safety activities for the construction and remedial actions associated with the following contracts:
Multiple Award Remediation Contract (MARC) at United States Army Fort Knox, KY. Contract value $4 million.
Soil Removal and Disposal at Site 63 at Indiana Army Ammunition Plant, Charlestown, IN. Contract value $2 million
Building 106 Pond, Sediment Removal at Unites States Naval Surface Warfare, Crane, IN. Contract value $1.5 million
United States Air Force B-2 Stealth Bomber Crash Investigation, Andersen, Guam Contract value $1 million
Long Term Management of United States Joliet Army Ammunition Plant Contract value $3 million
Multiple Remedial Actions at United States Army Rock Island Arsenal Contract value $2.5 million
These activities included inspection and evaluation of the environment, equipment and processes in working areas to ensure compliance with government safety regulations and industry standards with the chief goal to protect the employees, customers and the environment. Identified potentially hazardous biological, chemical and radiological materials and collected samples of them for analysis. Prepared Site Safety and Health Plan (SSHP), Accident Prevention Plans, Emergency Response Plans, and Activity Hazard Analysis for each contract activity. Recommended changes to protect workers, and educated employees on how to prevent health problems through the use of safety training programs. Investigated accidents to identify their causes and find ways to prevent them in the future. Conducted safety and regulatory audits, and inspections of maintained records. Coordinated any work related injuries or illnesses with Corporate Health Services Department. Conducted Job Hazard Assessments. Ensured EHS polices and directives are being followed.
Senior Technical Manager, Innovative Technical Solutions (ITS), Paducah, KY, 1999-2005
Conducted reviews of historical data associated with the United States Department of Energy’s (US DOE) Paducah Uranium Enrichment Facility radiological activities (process, handling, storage and disposal). Review included data and production information associated with the potential impacts on human health and the environment from PGDP. The results from these reviews were provided to the United States department of Justice.
Manager of Projects, Jacobs Engineering, Paducah, KY, 1994-1999
Supervision of all projects at the Department of Energy’s Uranium Enrichment facility from 1994 to 1999. Developing staffing assignments for technical personnel, coordination of the project team with the Department of Energy and Bechtel Jacobs, ensuring that all tasks were within schedule and cost parameters, and anticipating potential areas in which Jacobs could assist the customer. This contract was valued at 25 million dollars over five years.
Manager of Technical Services, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Paducah, KY, 1992-1994
Directly responsible for the oversight of all department managers within the SAIC regional office. This regional office was dedicated to the issues associated with compliance at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Uranium Enrichment facility. These departments included: Legal, Engineering, Geology, and Risk Assessment. The total number of technical staff within these departments was approximately forty-five individuals. The contract was valued at 15 million dollars over three years.
Senior Project Manger, Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), Springfield, IL, 1984-1992
Supervised a staff of eight IEPA Project Managers. Expert in State and Federal compliance regulations dealing with Clean Water Act, RCRA, and CERCLA standards.