Peyton, CO **831
Experienced EHS professional with extensive environmental, health and safety management experience in high tech industries. Responsibilities have included managing Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) for large manufacturing operations and a major university. Consistently effective in maintaining low occupationally incurred injury and illness rates.
DPIX, LLC., Colorado Springs, CO 2006–2012
Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor
Developed and implemented programs and training specific to OSHA, NFPA, IFC, and ANSI.
• Responsible for complying with federal, state and local regulations specific to Hazardous Materials Storage/Use, Hazardous Waste, Wastewater Treatment, Stormwater Management, and Air Emissions
• Served as site Emergency Coordinator (with 40 hour Incident Commander Hazwoper certification), responsible for maintaining a high level of emergency preparedness and response
• Consistently achieved low occupational injury and illness rates
COMFORCE TECHNICAL SERVICES, Los Alamos, NM 2005 – 2006
Safety and Health Surveillance Officer, (with “Q” access authority), Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Reviewed all construction activities and fire protection requirements in additiona to biohazard, electrical, motor vehicle, emergency response and explosive safety.
• Provided support to Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) specific to site wide safety and industrial hygiene in accordance with the 10CFR 851, “Worker Safety and Health Program” standard
• Responsible for LANL compliance with OSHA, DOE (order 440.1A) and NFPA standards
• Collaborated with relevant EHS professionals regarding a variety of workplace sampling and monitoring needs
ATMEL CORPORATION, Colorado Springs, CO 1996 – 2005
Sr. EHS Engineer
Ensured compliance with all federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations.
• Developed and executed corporate wide safety and environmental training
• Performed and scheduled industrial hygiene monitoring as necessary
• Provided leadership and training for on-site Emergency Response Team (ERT)
BAXTER HEALTH CARE CORPORATION, El Paso, TX 1994–1995
Health and Safety Manager, Convertors Division
Ensured compliance with all federal, state, local, and corporate safety and environmental regulations.
• Educated and directed managers, supervisors, and operators on safety and health related policies
• Chaired ergonomic and safety committees
• Responsible for annual DOT Drug and Alcohol testing and training for all fleet divers
Additional career highlights include positions with New Mexico State University Safety Office (Director of Safety) and New Mexico OSHA (Compliance Officer).
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Bachelor of Health Science, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM
AFFILIATIONS & CONTINUED EDUCATION
Overview of Colorado’s Hazardous Waste Regulations, December 2011
Train the Trainer in Industrial Ergonomics, January 2010
National Safety Council Member, 2010-2012
Certified ISO 14001 Internal Lead Auditor, December 2009
DOT-Materials Generator Training, Arvada, CO, February 2008
RCRA-Large Quantity Training, Arvada, CO, December 2007
NFPA-101 Life Safety Code Training, Englewood, CO, May 2000
Completed Baxter Institute-Supervisor Training Program, Chicago, IL, October 1994
Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor Course (40 CFR 763), April 1992
Completed Hazardous Materials On-Scene Commander Training, Las Cruces, NM, June 1991
Accident Investigation-202, Austin, TX, September 1987
Safety and Health for Oil and Gas Well Operations, November 1985
Microsoft Office Word 2007, Microsoft Office Excel 2007, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007, Pilgrim/Smart Cappa 2010.