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Environmental Health & Safety Resume


Desired Industry: Manufacturing SpiderID: 51074
Desired Job Location: Denver, Colorado Date Posted: 5/20/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Undecided


Objective:
Use my problem solving skills and knowledge of MSHA< OSHA and EPA to help avoid losses in mining, oil and gas, construction, aggregate industries.


Experience:
Focused and dedicated environmental health and safety leader with expert proficiency in incident and root cause analysis, correctly interpreting regulatory laws (MSHA, OSHA, NPDES, Air Quality, SPCC), identifying and correcting HSE program deficiencies. Hands-on approach in, reports to top management, research and negotiation skills to resolve HSE/regulatory, worker’s compensation and 3rd party insurance claims that are part of daily business life. Lead by example and build consensus with managers to successfully achieve environmental and safety program goals. Additional strengths include:

Incident Avoidance Researched, analyzed and established a pre-employment
program reducing “new hire” worker’s comp claims.
Payout Reductions Launched data gathering process involving 3rd party claims. Reduced payout costs 10% annually.
Field Safety Identified, recommended and implemented effortless solution reducing incidents approximately 25%.
Problem Solving Solved environmental compliance problems with innovative, simple and low-cost solutions.

EHS leader in mining, fixed production plants (concrete batch, hot mix asphalt), central repair shop, transportation, underground utility and mobile construction operations. Excel at finding economic and workable solutions to EHS problems. Site audits for improving safety and environmental compliance correcting conditions/behaviors ensuring compliance. Evaluate effectiveness of HSE programs and drafting reports to top management. Total management of worker’s compensation claims, guiding carrier and outside counsel on contested/questionable claims.
· Avoided $500,000 potential OSHA fines by prompt corrective action in field.
· Directed and managed Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, SPCC, Storm Water permitting/NPDES, SARA Title III reporting and Environmental Management System.
· Controlled all worker’s compensation business, zero lost work time.
· Awarded Chairman of the Year for Health Risk Management Committee, Colorado Contractors Association.
· Launched EHS field audit system increasing field personnel involvement in safety and environmental areas, greatly increasing compliance across multiple divisions.
· Avoided $450,000 potential environmental fines by identifying and arranging corrective actions for historical problem areas.

Hired to oversee all HSE responsibilities of medium size company engaged in mining, repair shop, construction and production activities. Initiated HSE field audit system identifying deficient situations and developing with top management successful corrective programs. Used statistical analysis evaluating HSE performance leading management to improved outcomes. Wrote safety programs and guided safety and environmental policy development.
· Developed simple, inexpensive environmental correction on main plant avoiding repeat $37,000 fine.
· Controlled all worker’s compensation business, zero lost work time.
· Reduced winter layoff incident rates 30% by creating and implementing “Return to work” safety program.
· Awarded industry’s top safety award, the Traveling Safety Award, Colorado Contractors Association.
· Decreased overall incident rates by linking field supervisory bonuses to field crew safety performance. Reduced incidents 25% first year.


Education:
BA and graduate law studies.


Skills:
Working knowledge of Microsoft office suites.
Reading and interpreting regulatory compliance for OSHA, MSHA, EPA.


Reference:
Available upon request.


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