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CV Sr. EHS Manager with 28 years directing EHS Management Systems in Houston Texas

 
Sr. EHS Manager with 28 years directing EHS Management Systems in Houston Texas

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CV/Resume ID no.: 104578

Location (Residence): Houston, United States
Citizenship: Mexico
 
Languages:
  Native: Spanish Mexican
  Other: English
 
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
Education:
  Bachelors in Medicine

Years of Experience: 29 years
Authorized to work in:
   United States, Mexico
Present Location:
   USA, Houston, TX
Relocation:
   Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Japan, Italy, Greece, France, Canada, Belgium, Australia, United States, European Union, United States
 
Expertise
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Health & Safety HSE Expert 34 years
Environment Environmental Engineer Expert 32 years
Personnel Training Trainer Expert 34 years
Management Consultant Expert 32 years
 
CV/Resume Details
 
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

SENIOR CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGER
Occupational Medicine…Industrial Hygiene…Risk Management…Loss Control…Regulatory Compliance
_____________________________________________________________________________________


Dear Hiring Manager:

I am really excited with this interesting opportunity.

Today’s economy demands excellence in the management of Environmental, Health, Safety and Security. EHS
professionals must have a unique blend of experience and leadership along with the ability to contribute to the
company’s profitability through cost reductions and cost avoidances. They must not only monitor plant-wide daily activities but also posses the vision and drive to plan and implement mission-critical EHS initiatives for the future well-being of the company.

As my resume clearly demonstrates, I have consistently taken the initiative to develop audits systems for my Companies (24 years of experience) in order to identify risks, providing recommendations for improvements, mitigation strategies, best practices, tracking EHS regulatory reforms and emerging issues and support the development of compliance strategies. Assist with the development of company/business-specific EHS processes and procedures in support of company- wide initiatives and direction. Supporting business/regional/facility execution of tactical and strategic initiatives in order to eliminate hazards and reduce or eliminate risks and support continuous EHS performance improvement.
Reducing costs, waste, plan and implement cross-functional Environmental protection, Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Safety and Loss Prevention programs, identify and employ critical technology, and work effectively with outside partners.

Recent accomplishments include a 100% reduction in severity and frequency rate, the development of effective EHS and Security systems administration controls, and the implementation of ISO-14001 and “Clean Industry” certifications in various companies.

Along with the capacity to set and attain aggressive goals, I have always been proud of the fact that I have been able to attract and retain exceptional personnel committed to the corporate EHS mission.
I am seeking new management challenges and would welcome the opportunity to discuss my potential
Contributions to your company.

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]

1. GIVING SAFETY Co. – EHS consultancy Apr 1993 to present
Consultancy position for manufacturing companies regarding Safety, Hygiene, Occupational Health, Security, Environment.
Areas of Responsibility: Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Security, Occupational Health.

Achievements:
• Reduction of the frequency rate in 50% and 92% of reduction of severity rate, disappearing fatalities and all the mayor injuries in six months in some Companies as “PISA LABORATORIES” (pharmaceutical facility with 5000 workers).
• Improving the “GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES SYSTEM”
• Legal compliance at 100% regarding work risks and environment.

Projects:
• Implementation of an "ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY, HYGIENE, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SECURITY SYSTEM ADMINSTRATION” to comply with OSHA regulations, Mexican legislation and Corporate policies.
• Providing support and guidance to individual plant safety committees.
• Auditing & Management Systems -Leading site self-audits and coordinate external EH&S audits conducted at sites, and partner with division and/or site management to close audit findings and implement audit recommendations.
• Providing guidance to sites in identifying and tracking appropriate metrics and assessing site performance.
• Implementing and maintaining EH&S management systems in support of the company EH&S policies and standards -Track, report, and analyze the EHS performance and implement corrective action as necessary
• ISO 14001 and “CLEAN INDUSTRY PROGRAM” (PROFEPA) certification.
• STOP program, “TAKE TWO”, “SAFE ATTITUDES”, of DuPont, “CAUSAL TREE ANALYSIS” and others.


2. CADBURY SCHWEPPES / DR PEPPER SNAPPLE GROUP / HOUSTON TX
Bottling - Confectionary March/15/2005 to Sep/18/2009
EHSS Manager (Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Security, Occupational Health).
Areas of Responsibility: Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Security, Occupational Health.
Achievements:
• First place to world level regarding implementation of the "EHS CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM” (OSHA regulations, Mexican and USA legislation and corporate policies).
• More than four years without lost time accidents.
• Developing training programs and other EHS programs in English and Spanish.
• ISO 14001:2004 re-certification establishing a continuous improvement process.
• Legal compliance regarding work risks and environment (OSHA and EPA) at 100%.
• Coordination of the Security team.
• Creation and coordination of the internal team of environmental and safety auditors.
Projects:
• Implementing an "ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY, HYGIENE, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SECURITY
ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM” to comply with OSHA regulations, Mexican legislation and corporate policies.
• Recertification process for ISO 14001: 2004.
• Risk assessment of industrial processes leading senior managers, heads, supervisors and environmental-safety auditors.
• Critical task analysis and procedures.
• Effective Personal Protective Equipment program.
• Epidemiologic surveillance system.
• Material safety data sheets to cover all chemicals.
• Use of leadership skills and effective communication to manage the resistance to change.
• EHSS committee leader.
• Use of interpersonal and management style to build commitment and team environment.
• Accident/incident investigation and analysis (causal tree root).
• Emergency preparedness.
• Hazard radiation program.
• Lock-out/Tag-out program.
• Hazard communication program.
• Planned inspections program.
• Hearing conservation program.
• EHS orientation program.
• Blood Bourne pathogens program.
• Environment, Health, Safety and Good Manufacturing Practices - general rules.
• Work Permit System (hot works, height works, confined spaces - hazardous tasks).
• Security procedures, policies and guidelines / Robberies prevention and investigation/ Buildings protection./ Accesses control (people, goods, vehicles) / Contractors control / Electronic equipment control (cameras, monitors, metal detectors, movement sensors, personnel identification, restricted areas, etc.).
• Training for managers, heads, supervisors, foremen, workers, contractors.
• Effluents control and water saving permanent program (waste water treatment plant control).
• Releases to atmosphere control.
• Hazardous waste control.
• Development of the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, to comply with EPA and state law.
• Participation in corporate meetings and courses in USA (Aspers, PN; Williamsom, NY; Plano, Tx) and CANADÁ (Toronto).
• Budget managing.


3. TRINITY
Railcar - Metal mechanics (Steel) Oct/01/2001 to Mar/03/2005
EHSS Corporate Manager (Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Security, Occupational Health).
Areas of Responsibility: Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Security, Occupational Health. Managing six facilities simultaneously.
Achievements:
A very high risk company (Steel tanks, railcar - HEAVY MACHINES).
• Reduction of the frequency rate in 52% of and 93% of reduction of severity rate, disappearing fatalities and all the mayor injuries in six months.
• Two years without lost time accidents.
• ISO 14001, OHSAS 18000 and “CLEAN INDUSTRY PROGRAM” (PROFEPA) certification.
• Legal compliance regarding work risks and environment at 100%.
• Control of major robberies.

Projects:
• Implementation of an "ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY, HYGIENE, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SECURITY SYSTEM” (OHSAS 18000) to comply with OSHA regulations, Mexican legislation and Corporate policies.
• Risk assessment of the most hazardous processes.
• EHSS Central Committee.
• Accident/incident investigation and analysis (causal tree root).
• Rules and hazardous work permit system.
• Providing support and guidance to individual plant safety committees.
• Auditing & Management Systems -Leading site self-audits and coordinate external EH&S audits conducted at sites, and partner with division and/or site management to close audit findings and implement audit recommendations.
• Providing guidance to sites in identifying and tracking appropriate metrics and assessing site performance.
• Implementing and maintaining EH&S management systems in support of the company EH&S policies and standards -Track, report, and analyze the EHS performance and implement corrective action as necessary
• Security procedures, policies and guidelines / Robberies prevention and investigation/ Buildings protection./ Accesses control (people, goods, vehicles) / Contractors control / Electronic equipment control (cameras, monitors, metal detectors, movement sensors, personnel identification, restricted areas, etc.).
• Training for senior managers, heads, supervisors, workers, contractors: STOP program, TAKE TWO, SAFE ATTITUDES, of DuPont, CAUSAL TREE ANALYSIS and others.
• Compliance with legal requirements.
• Emergency preparedness.
• Effective Personal Protective Equipment program.
• Lock-out/Tag-out program.
• Hazard communication program.
• Planned inspections program.
• Hearing conservation program.
• EHS orientation program.
• Respiratory protection program.
• Fall protection.
• Effluents control and water saving permanent program
• Releases to atmosphere control.
• Hazardous waste control.
• Permanent program for constant decreasing and recycling of non hazardous waste.
• Budget managing.


4. RHONE POULENC RORER – AVENTIS PHARMA
Pharmaceutical Aug/03/1992 to Sep/14/2001
EHSS Corporate Manager (Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Security, Occupational Health).
(Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Occupational Health).
Areas of Responsibility: Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Security, Occupational Health. Managing four facilities, a Distribution Centre and a building of corporate offices simultaneously.

Achievements:
§ First place to world level regarding implementation of the "SIMSERP – SYSTEM INTEGRATING MANAGEMENT OF SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT AT RHONE-POULENC" (OSHA regulations, Mexican legislation and Corporate policies).
§ Five continuous years without lost time accidents.
§ “CLEAN INDUSTRY PROGRAM” (PROFEPA) certification in four facilities and a Distribution Centre.
§ Legal compliance regarding work risks and environment at 100%.
§ Coordination of the Security team.

Projects:
§ Implementation of the "SIMSERP – SYSTEM INTEGRATING MANAGEMENT OF SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT AT RHONE-POULENC".
§ ISO 14001, and “CLEAN INDUSTRY PROGRAM” (PROFEPA) certification.
§ Providing support and guidance to individual plant safety committees.
§ Auditing & Management Systems -Leading site self-audits and coordinate external EH&S audits conducted at sites, and partner with division and/or site management to close audit findings and implement audit recommendations.
§ Providing guidance to sites in identifying and tracking appropriate metrics and assessing site performance.
§ Implementing and maintaining EH&S management systems in support of the company EH&S policies and standards -Track, report, and analyze the EHS performance and implement corrective action as necessary
§ EHSS Central committee leader.
§ EHSS audits for all managers and heads every four months as an assessment system.
§ Critical task analysis and procedures.
§ Accident/incident investigation and analysis (causal tree root).
§ Work Permit System (for hazardous tasks).
§ Security procedures, policies and guidelines / Robberies prevention and investigation/ Buildings protection./ Accesses control (people, goods, vehicles) / Contractors control / Electronic equipment control (cameras, monitors, metal detectors, movement sensors, personnel identification, restricted areas, etc.).
§ Training for senior managers, heads, supervisors, workers, contractors.
§ STOP program, TAKE TWO, SAFE ATTITUDES, of DuPont, CAUSAL TREE ANALYSIS, BEHAVIOR-BASED SAFETY and others.
§ Effective Personal Protective Equipment program.
§ Epidemiologic surveillance system.
§ Emergency preparedness.
§ Lock-out/Tag-out program.
§ Hazard communication program.
§ Planned inspections program.
§ Hearing conservation program.
§ EHS orientation program.
§ Respiratory protection program.
§ Fall protection.
§ Material safety data sheets to cover all chemicals.
§ Effluents control and water saving permanent program
§ Releases to atmosphere control.
§ Hazardous waste control.
§ Permanent program for constant, decreasing and recycling of non hazardous waste.
§ Budget management.


5. CYDSA GROUP
Packaging Sep/03/85 to May/30/92
EHSS Manager (Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Security, Occupational Health).
Areas of Responsibility: Environment, Hygiene, Safety, Security, Occupational Health.
High risk Company. Coordinating 5 facilities in México City.
Achievements:
• First place into CYDSA Group regarding the implementation of he corporate system of administration: ”TOTAL LOSS CONTROL" (to comply with OSHA regulations, Mexican legislation and Corporate policies). Reduction of the frequency rate in 78% and 95% of reduction of severity rate, disappearing all the mayor injuries in the first year.
• Three years without lost time accidents.
• Zero fires.
• Legal compliance regarding work risks and environment at 100%.
• Control of major robberies.
• Budget management.

Projects:
§ Implementation of he corporate system of administration: ”TOTAL LOSS CONTROL" (to comply with OSHA regulations, Mexican legislation and corporate policies).
§ Control of robberies, and other deviations related with security.
§ EHSS Central committee.
§ Fire prevention program.
§ STOP program (DuPont).
§ Accident/incident investigation and analysis.
§ Emergency preparedness.
§ Lock-out/Tag-out program.
§ Hazard communication program.
§ Planned inspections program.
§ Hearing conservation program.
§ EHS orientation program.
§ Respiratory protection program.
§ Fall protection.
§ Security procedures, policies and guidelines / Robberies prevention and investigation/ Buildings protection./ Accesses control (people, goods, vehicles) / Contractors control / Electronic equipment control (cameras, monitors, metal detectors, movement sensors, personnel identification, restricted areas, etc.).
§ Training for senior managers, heads, supervisors, workers, contractors: STOP program, of DuPont and others.
§ Effective Personal Protective Equipment program.
§ Material safety data sheets to cover all chemicals.
§ Work Permit System (for hazardous tasks).
§ Epidemiologic surveillance system.
§ Material safety data sheets to cover all chemicals.
§ Effluents control and water saving permanent program
§ Releases to atmosphere control.
§ Hazardous waste control.
§ Permanent program for constant, decreasing and recycling of non hazardous waste.
§ Budget management.



6. FERMIC
Chemical Facility - Occupational Safety and Health Head Sep/07/1982 to Aug/30/1985
Areas of Responsibility: Occupational Health, Safety and Hygiene Head.
High risk Company.
Achievements:
§ Reduction of the frequency rate in 95% and 93% of reduction of severity rate, disappearing all mayor injuries in one year.
§ One year and a half without lost time accidents.
§ Legal compliance regarding work risks and environment at 100%.

Projects:
§ Occupational Health, Safety, and Hygiene integral program.
§ Material safety data sheets to cover all chemicals.
§ Training for heads, supervisors, workers regarding chemical risks and other safety / health topics.
§ Effective Personal Protective Equipment program.
§ Lock-out/Tag-out program.
§ Hazard communication program.
§ Planned inspections program.
§ Hearing conservation program.
§ EHS orientation program.
§ Respiratory protection program.
§ Fall protection.
§ Epidemiologic surveillance system.
§ Budget managing.


7. NISSAN
Automotive – Foundry/ metal mechanics Occupational Doctor Ago/01/1981 a Ago/30/1982
Areas of Responsibility: Occupational Health, Safety and Hygiene.
Achievements:
§ Reduction of the frequency rate in 72% of and 94% of reduction of severity rate, disappearing fatalities and all the mayor injuries in ten months.

Projects:
§ Risk assessment of the most hazardous processes.
§ Personal Protective Equipment program.
§ Hazard communication program.
§ Hearing conservation program.
§ EHS orientation program.
§ Respiratory protection program.
§ Epidemiologic surveillance system.
§ Training for managers, heads, supervisors, workers.


FUNCTIONS:
I. SAFETY:
Managing and leading the Occupational Health, Safety, Environment administration system using techniques of Modern Safety Management and total loss control, developing next elements:

1. Leadership and administration.
2. Leadership training.
3. Planned inspections and maintenance.
4. Critical task analysis and procedures.
5. Accident/incident investigation.
6. Tasks observation.
7. Emergency preparedness.
8. Rules and work permits.
9. Accident/incident analysis.
10. Knowledge and skill training.
11. Personal protective equipment.
12. Personal communications.
13. EHS management system evaluation.
14. Risk assessment and change management.
15. Personal communications.
16. Group communications.
17. General promotion.
18. Hiring and placement.
19. Materials and services management.
20. Off-the-job HSE.
21. Supporting to industrial operations for procedures.
22. Creating procedures for: occupational health, safety, emergencies, orientation for new employees, environmental protection, safety manuals, personal protective equipment, chemicals risks, etc.
23. Supporting at all levels of the organization (Director, managers, heads, supervisors and workers)
24. Compliance with regulations.
25. Ergonomics program.
26. Driving the activities of the fire prevention program.
27. Budget control.
II. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE:
1. Managing the occupational health program.
2. Continuous training for workers exposed to toxic
chemicals using MSDS’s and other tools.
3. Epidemiologic surveillance system.
4. Monitoring of noise, vapors, fumes, dust, solvents, etc.
5. Biologic monitoring.
III. ENVIRONMENT:
1. Environmental issue identification.
2. Performance monitoring and assessment.
3. Product stewardship.
4. Relations with external parties.
5. Managing the integral environmental protection program having as guidelines: ISO 14001, corporate policies and environmental regulations.
6. Waste water control (assessments).
7. Releases to atmosphere control.
8. Hazardous waste management.
9. Solid waste management.
10. Due diligence.
11. Environmental impact.
IV. SECURITY:
1. Guards coordination.
2. Coordination of guards inspections,.
3. Protection procedures, policies and guidelines.
4. Robberies prevention.
5. Robberies investigation.
6. Items protection.
7. Buildings protection.
8. Accesses control (people, goods, vehicles).
9. Guards training program.
10.Charge vehicles protection (finished products).
11. Information protection.
12. Contracts control.
13. Executives protection.
14. Protection audits.
15. Vulnerability evaluation.
16. Electronic equipment control (cameras, monitors, metal detectors, movement sensors, personnel identitication, restricted areas, etc.).


3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

EDUCATION:
1. BACHELORS DEGREE: M.D.-Medicine school- U.N.A.M. City University 1976/1982.
2. POST GRADE / CERTIFICATIONS:
2.1 Occupational Health – UNAM/Work Secretariat – March-1984 – 447 hours.
2.2 Occupational Doctor- Work Secretariat-1983.
2.3 Semiology – Applied Semiology Institute – 1992- 2005
2.4 Accredited safety auditing- Det Norske Veritas, 1998 Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
2.5 ISO 14000: 2004 leader auditing; certification of -Register Accreditation Board- Excel International.
2.6 Certified medic first aid and CPR –Train the trainer The Texas A&M University System Austin, Tx – Oct 18th to 19th 2008 - 16 hrs.
2.7 OSHA-501- Certified General Industry Outreach Trainer - The Texas A&M University System - Mesquite, Tx – Nov 21st – 2008.
2.8 Currently studying in order to get the CSHO (Certified Safety & Health Officer) in the Texas A&M University System.


DIPLOMA COURSES:
1. “Human Resources”/ I.T.A.M. Jan to Nov `89
2. “Management” / I.T.E.S.M. Jan to Nov `91
3. "Management" / RPR; T. Miranda y Assoc. /Jan to Dec `93.
4."Risks and environment management"/U.I.A. / Mar-94 to Mar 95.
5. "Environmental regulations"/ I.T.A.M. Jun-`97 to Feb `98. 6. "OHSAS 18000"/ CICESE. Nov 2005 to Mar 2006.
7. “Environmental regulations up date”/ Bufete Amb.
Mar to jun 2006.
8-“ISO 14001/ Environmental regulations up date”/ SISA - Bufete Amb. y Seg. Feb to may 2007.


COURSES:
1.”Occupational Health - monographic course”; Medicine School U.N.A.M. Apr 23 to May 31; `83 / 175 hrs.
2.”Training for occupational health managers” S.T.P.S. Oct; `83 to Mar - 84 / 472 hrs.
3.”Occupational Health - monographic course II”; Medicine school U.N.A.M; May to Jun; `84 /90 hrs.
4.”Industrial processes safety analysis”- CYDSA Group, Monterrey , N.L. May 5 to 7; `86 / 30 hrs.
5.”Security for facilities”; CYDSA Group - Monterrey, N.L. Jul 6 to 9; `88 / 32 hrs.
6.”Modern Safety Management and total loss control”; International Loss Control Institute - Mty , N.L. Sep 20 to 22;`89 / 24 hrs.
7.”Accredited Safety Auditing”; International Loss Control Institute - Paloma Blanca, N.L. Mar 1 to 3; `90 / 24 hrs.
8.”Industrial Processes Safety Management”; DUPONT Aug-23 to 25; `90 /24hrs.
9.”Environmental control seminar”; CYDSA Group, Monterrey, N.L. Feb 6 to 8 `91 /24 hrs.
10.”HAZOP- Hazardous Operations”; CYDSA Group, Monterrey, N.L. Mar18 to 20 `91/ 40 hrs.
11.”HAZ- MAT - Hazardous Materials”; CYDSA Group, Monterrey, N.L. Aug 14 to 16; ´91 / 24 hrs.
12.”Hazardous waste management”; Institute of International Research; Nov 17; 92 / 16 hrs.
13.”Hazardous materials, warehousing, transport and handling”; Institute of International Research; Mar; 93 / 16 hrs.
14. Health, Safety, Environment corporate meetings at Collegeville, Philadelphia, USA; 1992-`93-`94-`95-`96-`97-`98-`99-2000.
15. “Development and implementation of ISO 14’000” Excel International, Jul 21 to 23 ’97 / 24 hrs.
16. “Modern Safety Management and total loss control” Det Norske Veritas, Aug 18 to 22 ’97 / 40 hrs.
17. “Annual meeting of security managers”, Hygiene and Safety Mexican Association Nov 13 to 15 - 2’001.
18. “Safety and hygiene international congress” – Nov 4 to 8 - 2002
19. “OSHA Regulations – Corporate std´s” – Dec 8 to 12 –2003.
20. “Planned inspections, Risk Assessment and accident investigation” – Aspers, N.Y. USA – Corporate course in a facility of Cadbury Schweppes - march 22 to 24 - 2006.
21. “Safety for engineering projects”, Williamson, N.Y. USA - Corporate course in a facility of Cadbury Schweppes –
May 4 and 5 – 2006.
22. “Based Safety Behaviour – Toronto, Canada – Corporate course in a facility of Cadbury Schweppes – July 28 and 29 - 2006.
23. Corporate meeting – Plano, Tx. Feb. 2007.
24. "OSHA course 511 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry" - The Texas A&M University System - Houston, Tx – March 10th to 13th 2008 - 31 hrs.
25. Corporate meeting/course in Aspers, PA, USA, (Permit system for hazardous Works: weight Works, hot Works, pressurized Works, confined spaces, Lock-out/Tag out) - Accidents Investigation, etc. in a facility of Cadbury Schweppes – April 8th to 10th 2008.
26. “Electrical safety-NFPA 70E” – “ARC ELECTRIC” – SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC- June -17th-2008 – 8 hrs.
27. OSHA course 7300 – “OSHA’s permit-required confined space std” - The Texas A&M University System Austin, Tx – Nov 8th . 2008 - 7 hrs.
28. – OSHA course OSH225 - “Principles of Ergonomics/Ergonomic Assessment Skills” – The Texas A&M University System - Texas Engineering Extension Service -Richardson Tx – USA- Apr-18 to Apr 26-2009 – 32 hrs.
29. – OSHA course OSH228 - “Excavation, trenching and soil mechanics” – The Texas A&M University System - Mesquite Tx – USA- Jun-20 to 28-2009 – 23 hrs.
30. – OSHA course OSH521 - “Guide to Industrial Hygiene” – The Texas A&M University System - Mesquite Tx – USA- Jul-11 to 19-2009 – 35 hrs. 510
31. "OSHA course - Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry" The Texas A&M University System - Houston, Tx – Jul 25th to Aug 16th 2009 - 31 hrs.


4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Microsoft office, E-mail, internet
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
*Achiever.
*Effective communication (written and oral) at all levels. Honed consensus and team building skills, as well as strategic decision making skills, work closely together while maintaining an independent function.
*Focused to " customer service ".
*Outside the box analyzer. Special problems investigation and analysis (causal tree).
*Strong leadership. Aggressive individual, goal oriented.
*Visible, credible and enthusiastic employee, Company and customer advocate who drives safety culture.
*Creation of successful awareness, participation and recognition programs for all employees.
*Use of interpersonal and management style to build commitment and team environment.
* Organized, attention to details.
*Self starter / self motivated.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
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Sr. EHS Manager with 28 years directing EHS Management Systems in Houston Texas
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