Lisa Plake Shelton
LaPorte, TX *7571
Objective: To obtain a challenging position that will utilize and enhance my strengths and increase my knowledge for growth opportunities and advancement.
Summary: Over 16 years industry experience in HSE and accounting areas. My strengths include excellent organization, written and oral communications skills. I am both, a motivated self-starter and a team player. I have the proven ability to handle multiple projects in a timely manner. I am passionate, enthusiastic, and energetic. I am an advocate for the environment, for people and for their safety.
July 1994/Present – GB Biosciences, 2239 Haden Road, Houston, TX 77015
Provide administrative support to the Human Resources, HSE, Remediation, and Purchasing Units of the site.
Safety Administrative Assistant – 2007 through 2010
Assist Safety Superintendent with administrative functions including but not limited to:
Safety Statistical Report for Plant
Incident and First Aid Tracking
New Hire Employee processing through Safety
Maintain/Update information on site’s electronic sign
Maintain Radiation and Industrial Hygiene files
Field Audit of Safety Procedures
Inspect, assess and maintain hurricane supplies
Cut keys and maintain BEST Lock Database
Review and update EOC manuals
Budget/Expense reviews with departmental personnel
Videotape Quarterly Safety, Environmental & Communication Meetings
ESPRS Report with Safety Statistics
Enter requisitions in SAP for purchase orders
Additional Support includes:
Active member as Secretary for the HSE Committee, responsible for generating and distribution of meeting minutes to staff management.
An active HSE Day Sub-Committee member.
An active member of the Company Newsletter Committee
Previously, served on the Emergency Response Team
Environmental/Remediation Administrative Assistant – 2001 through 2007
Track departmental vacation and sick time.
Track departmental Computer-Based-Training participation and ensure compliance by personnel.
Make travel arrangements; schedule onsite/offsite meetings and accommodate logistics.
Member of the Plant’s Emergency Response Team
Utilize SAP to:
Process/track project invoices and handle vendor related inquires to invoices, purchase orders and change orders
Generate, secure approvals and process Letters of Recommendations for purchase orders. Input requisitions in SAP
Extract project cost sheets and project history reports for O&M projects
Accounts Payable – 1994 through 2001
Payment processing of invoices for raw materials, packaging components, freight, rentals and services, handle misc. transfer from one account to another
Process Fuel Tax Refund through the State of Texas
Cash Receipts – payments made by check for rebates, refunds or reimbursements, etc. are handled through this function. Checks are attached to a completed form and forwarded to headquarters for deposit. Copies are retained for plant records
Capital Projects – Responsible for the sanctioning, capitalization and retirement of capital projects. Also, the reporting of expenditures for each project was supplied on a monthly basis through our “Monthly Analysis” spreadsheet
Accountable for Accounts Payable Reports
Microsoft Office Suite
Intelex Incident Database
Industry Specific Training:
Volunteered to participate in the Annual CIMA Zone 1 Drill
Interior Firefighting Training
Texas Chemical Council Safety Training
First Aid and CPR Training
CIMA Symposium – 8-Hour Incident Safety Officer Training
CIMA Symposium – Strategy and Tactics Training
Hazard Material Training
Texas A & M Fire School
TEEXs General OSHA Standard Training
TEEXs Principles of Ergonomics
TEEXs Basic of Industrial Hygiene
TEEXs Machinery & Machine Guarding
TEEXs Confined Space Entry
References: Available on Request