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CV 16 yrs HSE experience, Senior Safety Supervisor

 
16 yrs HSE experience, Senior Safety Supervisor

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CV/Resume ID no.: 87993

Location (Residence): houston, United States
Citizenship: United States
 
Languages:
  Native: English United States
  Other: Spanish Traditional Sort
 
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
Education:
  Masters in environmental management

Years of Experience: 18 years
Authorized to work in:
   United States
Present Location:
   usa, houston
Relocation:
   Anywhere (International)
 
Expertise
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Health & Safety HSE Expert 23 years
Environment Environmental Engineer Expert 25 years
Health & Safety Health & Safety Expert 23 years
Health & Safety Risk Management Expert 19 years
Environment Waste Expert 22 years
Environment Water Expert 22 years
 
CV/Resume Details
 
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

I would like to apply for the position of Senior Safety Supervisor in Houston Please find a copy of my resume/CV attached.

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

SUMMARY OF WORK EXPERIENCE:

During my 16 years of experience. I have specialized in occupational health, industrial hygiene, chemical exposure limits, air, waste and water permitting compliance, Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) management and risk management program development, EHS regulatory affairs, community communication, and public policy. I have managed a staff of HSE professionals in the regulatory arena; developed and implemented all levels of staff compliance programs and improved all level culture regarding safety and environmental affairs for a variety of industries, including: aerospace, chemical, infrastructure construction, manufacturing, oil and gas, pipeline terminal operations, semiconductor manufacturing and transportation clients, in both the United States and International settings. Have also created and implemented corporate permitting compliance and auditing programs, clean-up strategies for SWPPP/SPCC permitting of groundwater contamination, site closure and site development planning, due diligence for real estate transactions while building strong relationships with state regulators within various departments in California and Texas including TCEQ; EPA; MMS; DOT and OSHA/Cal-OSHA. Having served as the corporate safety health and environmental advisor for several industries.

Improved EH&S process to reduce lost time injures and regulatory citations. developing and implementing extensive management systems in areas of operations including drilling, construction, production, manufacturing, oil and gas, semi-conductor, chemical and pipeline operations ensuring compliance with air, water and waste environmental, health, safety, and security concerns. The EH&S management system incorporates controls necessitated by policies and government regulations, and supports the principles promoted international standards such as API; ANSI; ASME; ASTM; VPP Star and ISO 14001/90001. These principles, along with legislative requirements and good management practices were developed in the EH&S management systems which covers:

 HAZID/HAZOP studies
 EH&S auditing
 EH&S training
 Safe systems of work
 Emergency preparedness
 Process Safety Management
 Incident reporting and investigation
 Environmental protection
 Environmental permitting
 Occupational health protection
 Security

• Results: A successful track record of 60 % to 70% lower accident-related costs and revenue loses. Other benefits include reduced absenteeism, lower turnover, higher productivity, and improved employee morale



PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE SUMMARY

Roper Industries (Energy Systems and Controls Group) 10/2007- Present
Health, Safety and Environmental Manager
Support Operating Pres., VP’s in establishing, meeting and improving safety goals and requirements by determining and fulfill Roper’s health safety and environmental management responsibilities including:
• Providing leadership, and establish continuity among regions & operations
• Serve as a resource to the Operation Managers and their respective safety teams in the areas of safety, compliance, and environmental matters and improve employee behavioral practices
• Identify, improve and implement SH&E compliance and performance training programs
• Work with Roper’s customers to ensure that we’re is meeting their needs and expectations in regards to SH&E compliance, performance and standards
• Serve as an advisor or chair industry committees when considered appropriate
• Managed environmental compliance, documentation and permits
• Interface with federal, state and local environmental authorities
• Consult with and managed external environmental consultants with legal counsel to ensure compliance with applicable requirements
• Lead all aspects in the occurrence review and prevention process

ONEOK Hydrocarbon Southwest- Contractor 3/2007 – 10/2007
Environmental Compliance Manager
Support Operations in establishing, meeting and improving environmental goals and requirements by determining and fulfill environmental management responsibilities including:
• Monitor operational status of the olefins units to enable quick understanding of emerging issues and ensures environmental excursions are identified and reported to agencies as required.
• Function as focal point for the preparation of calculations, documentation, and reporting of process upsets and scheduled maintenance activities for operations.
• Perform mass balance calculations, monitors key operating variables for furnaces, flares, cooling towers and tanks.
• Participate in internal investigations of process upsets and analyzes key operational parameters to develop sequence of events and complete consequential business loss calculations as needed.
• Lead on compliance issues that arise in operations and liaise between operations and regulatory agencies during external investigation of process upsets.
• Primary contact for environmental guidance, communications, and questions for operations and maintenance organization and provide turnaround maintenance support (startup, shutdown, decontamination strategy, environmental impact statements).
• Oversee cooling water tower monitoring, tank inspection monitoring, and other environmental regulatory programs as assigned.
• Prepare periodic reports and supports MOC activities and supports operations during internal and external compliance audits.
• Define environmental permit strategy in coordination with overall facility objectives. Proactively identifies and communicates critical assumptions, risks, information needs, and feasible alternatives to improve environmental permitting schedule/budget. Drafts permitting plan, schedule and environmental budget and maintains same to meet the project needs.
• Provide technical oversight of environmental studies and permit applications, including air and water quality, noise, land use, EIS, etc.
• Managed external consultants’ scope of work, schedule and cost for preparation of permit applications, studies and other environmental documents. Reviews technical adequacy of consultants’ work product to verify that the project / plant interests as well as regulatory requirements are met. RMP, PBR, FOP, NSR, PSM, LDAR, Title V, ISO 14001, etc.

BP/UMAX – Contractor Orion Engineering 7/2006 – 02/2007
HSE Inspector
Oversee Project compliance assurance of rigging Implement OSHA drilling/construction regulations (fall protection, scaffolding, electrical safety, rigging, confined space entry, fire protection, signs, signals, barricades, steel erection, concrete construction, excavations, lockout/tagout, etc.) Developing and implementing project HSE regulatory analysis system for the analysis, development and implementation of compliance programs for new and amended EPA, OSHA, DOT, MMS and TCEQ rules including:
• Daily coordination- and monitoring of safe working practices for ongoing activities onboard the installation
• Daily reporting to the Offshore Project manager on all safety related activities onboard the installation
• Support of performing departments in carrying out Risk Assessments and / or Job Safety Analysis for critical tasks
• Daily administration, supervision and control of the Permit To Work system
• Daily briefing and supervision of the installation Safety & Environment section staff
• Coordinating stand-by duties and activities with other departments
• Administering the weekly, monthly and annual reports on all aspects of the Field Safety & Environment Department
• Drawing up scenarios for onboard fire-, safety- and rescue drills
• Conducting of periodical safety- and toolbox meetings with other departments as well as contractors
• Administering and timely ordering of safety equipment in cooperation with the project management
• Fire Team Leader in case of an emergency, and the Emergency Control Center onboard the Installation
• Leader of Heli-deck Fire Team during helicopter landing and take-off
• Providing back-up assistance to the Rescue- and Damage Control teams when necessary

Global International Inc. - Independent Contractor
Health, Safety & Environmental Quality Coordinator (Industry: E&P, Oil & Gas Offshore) 12/2005 – 4/2006
Deliver requirements of HSE in Projects process (PG 1 / OPMG / DCAF). In addition to providing advice and guidance to the project managers and project team, to assure HSSE requirements are implemented, including:
• Identification, assessment and documentation of HSSE Risk reduction and control strategies for significant hazards
• Plan/Organize/Facilitate/Lead HSE risk assessment workshops: HAZIDs/HAZOPs, Quantitative Risk Assessments (QRAs), Facility Siting/Layout Studies, Physical Effects Modeling etc.
• Perform Technical Authority responsibilities for certain Project HSSE deliverables
• Applying HEMP & ALARP concepts throughout project lifecycle
• Support ''Fit-for-purpose'' implementation of Global HSSE Standards pertaining to HSE in project implementation
• Assure the development and implementation of Design HSSE Cases, bridging documents and HSE Plans on the project
• Providing HSSE input to key project deliverables (e.g. PEP, BOD, Tender documents etc)
• HSSE evaluation of EPC contractors
• Development of HSSE philosophy / premise documents
• Support HSSE MS implementation on the project drawing from EPW HSSE as required

Shaw Environmental, Inc. – Contractor Badon Associates
Health & Safety Coordinator/ Environmental Engineer 7/2005 – 11/2005
Support project environmental, safety, & health and assist in establishing safety & health objectives, plans and goals for client development as per the project HSE scope of work, HSE execution plan and HSE activities
• Integrate HSE into project execution through scheduling HSE activities
• Develop project specifications (in compliance with client standard, applicable international codes and standards, national or local codes, climate conditions or project specific requirements).
• Develops project HSE performance indicators
• Leads HSE input reviews of PFD, P&ID and modeling
• Develops HSE requirements for projects
• Manages safety case studies and models such as fire, gas dispersion and explosion, EER analysis, temporary refuge, dropped objects, collision risks
• Manages requirements of regulatory, certification, classification bodies/agencies.
• Facilitate implementation and maintenance of environmental management system (ISO14001)

Earth Tech – California - Independent Contractor
Northern California Safety and Health Manager 1/2005 – 7/2005
Managed 2 HSE professionals supporting project environmental, safety, & health and assist in establishing safety & health objectives, plans and goals for client development as per the project HSE scope of work, HSE execution plan and HSE activities
• Review and manage IIPP investigate illness/incidents for root causes and assist with administration of worker’s compensation program and claims Maintain effective 2-way communication with site employees regarding safety and environmental issues
• Maintain safety manual and ESH web site and Assure that proper reporting is made to all Federal, State and Local authorities
• Development and management of overall safety and risk management programs, including monitoring risk metrics and reporting, and designing programs and practices
• Work with site committees to ensure proper safety equipment is required in job procedures and worn by employees and ensure all job safety analysis (JSA’s) are current and develop new JSA’s as needed
• Oversee and maintain ISO 14001 EMS accreditation and determine existing or potential safety hazards and needed corrective or preventative measures. Ensure measures have been implemented and are effective

Universal Compression, Inc. – Texas – Contractor Onsite Engineering
Site Safety Coordinator (Industries: Fabrications, manufacturing) 12/2004 – 1/2005
Facilitate OSHA construction regulations (fall protection, scaffolding, electrical safety, rigging, confined space entry, fire protection, signs, signals, barricades, steel erection, concrete construction, excavations, lockout/tagout, etc.)
• Perform and arrange for client employee and contractor site safety orientation
• Coordinate site safety activities with contractors
• Ensure client and contractor employees understand and use approved lockout/tagout and confined space entry procedures
• Ensure appropriate emergency response capabilities (fire, ambulance, chemical spills)
• Perform contractor safety surveillance
• Ensure that complete site safety file are maintained
• Conduct/attend weekly safety meetings
• Conduct site inspections and review site activities for potential hazards
• Obtains PPE and other safety equipment for client use
• Conduct accident/incident investigations
• Assist with medical and security issues
• Ensure/arrange for proper waste disposal
• Perform other tasks as required by site, project and EHS management

Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals – Texas Contractor Onsite Engineering
Senior Projects Manager-EHS 8/2002 – 8/2004
Manage facility compliance with all applicable laws & regulations (EPA, FERC, TCEQ, RCRA, ROW, SPCC, SWPPP, NESHAP standard permits, NSR/PSD permits, MACT, NSPS and permit-by-rule (PBR) applications and submittals)and participate in complex environmental regulatory audits and permitting related to gas or LNG terminals and pipelines, scope of work for each facility included reviews of emergency and contingency plans (including SPCC Plans); air, water, stormwater, and solid waste disposal permits; hazardous and non-hazardous waste management systems; SARA 312 and 313 reporting with comply with TAC, TCEQ and EPA including:
• Providing specialized environmental technical support in respective media/disciplines (i.e., air emissions, discharges, water use, waste management, reclamation/soil, vegetation management, wildlife, traditional knowledge [including historical resources management], etc.)
• Working with the design and execution planning teams to ensure that designs and execution plans align with the projects regulatory compliance and environmental protection/performance expectations, requirements, and commitments/obligations
• Overseeing development of environmental protection/performance-related regulatory compliance reports by KMLT and ensures the timely submission of all required regulatory compliance reports related to environmental matters
• Providing suggestions and support regarding the overall implementation, maintenance, and monitoring of the EMP related to specific environmental disciplines/media
• Providing advice on and interpreting environmental laws and regulations and conditions contained in project-specific permits/licenses/authorizations/approvals

US Filter, Inc. – California
Corporate Environmental Health & Safety Manager 1995 - 2002
Safety Health and Environmental Management, supervising a staff of 6 HSE professionals providing, regulatory, policy and legislative responsibilities including:
• Interface with Regional and Area Managers in all Health and Safety issue; Coordinate safety audits at various sites within the region on a monthly basis. Includes scheduling, tracking, reporting and other administrative activities;
• Work with the operation Managers within the region to develop a means to accomplish the various deficiencies noted during the audits
• Where possible, develop and prepare any proposals needed in relation to safety audits as well as safety items in general; In conjunction with Area Managers within the region, prepare capitol safety requests for the various locations insuring that each facility is equipped with the proper safety equipment;
• Insure that each facility is EPA/OSHA compliant and is maintaining the proper documentation in relation to EPA/OSHA regulations; Insure confined space and lock out tag-out programs are being followed and implemented correctly; Insure that all USFilter safety policies are correctly implemented and followed;
• Work with the regional Area Managers to prepare and update required safety plans and reports; Track Health and Safety activities and reports and ensure that they are completed and submitted in a timely manner; Coordinate the preparation and updating of site-specific health and safety manuals and spill plans;
• Coordinate new employee safety orientations; Coordinate, train, and lead safety teams; Assist in the development of Business Risk Management Systems, Job Safety Audits and safety related standard operating procedures; Coordinate monthly safety meeting at all locations within the region utilizing the corporate training schedule, preparing and incorporating power point presentations, instructional videos and other training methods;
• Provide the regional with CPR, first aid, hazardous communication, and respirator training as well as completing the training as needed; Establish fit test and physical requirements of the program;
• Develop and implement defensive driving program to try and reduce vehicle insurance costs; Procure certification credit approval for safety courses where possible; Run yearly safety drills

Jones & Neuse, Inc. - Texas
Senior Project Manager 1991 to 1995
Managed team of engineers in providing client emission inventories and TRI submittals and Implementation of air pollution control systems for Hazardous Organic NESHAP (HON), National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP), New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and Leak Detection & Repair plans (LDAR) for complying with EPA, TCEQ TAC and LDEQ regulations including;
• Estimated client air dispersion modeling using ISCST, COMPLEXI, and DEGADIS models for point source releases as part of EPA, NESHAP, BIF, & NSPS methodologies & regulatory source sampling
• Preparing SARA 312, 313 reporting and air pollution control systems for air emission (HON)
• Conducting comprehensive analysis of regulatory requirements related to petroleum refineries including NSPS, NESHAP’s, and Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) required for determination of facility wide HAP emissions
• Project Management of client Title V Operating Permit Applications, specific tasks include a facility audit, emission source identification and emission calculations, analysis, compliance determination, monitoring protocol, schedule preparation, operation scenarios and permit application

TRAINING

• Certification - EMS ISO 14001 Environmental auditing standards (2000-2003)
• Certification - Permit Issuer Training for Trainers (2003)
• Certification - OSHA 500/501/510/511/35 Standards Training for Trainers (1997-2005)
• Certification -Environmental Technology/ Institute of Environmental Technology (IET) (1993)
• Certification - 40 hr, 24 hr 10 hr, & 8 hr OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 HAZWOPER Training (1993-2005)
• Certification – HAZMAT Hazardous Materials Manager (2000)
• Certification - Certified Professional Environmental Auditor/Board of Environmental Health and Safety Auditors (BEAC) (1999)
• Certification – Bay Area Training Corp (2005)
• License - Air Monitoring Technician (TDH) (2000)
• Hydraulic & Hydrologic Analyses, & Modeling -HEC-RAS 3.1, Micro station, Geopak, HY-8, Hydraflow, SWMM, HEC-1, HEC-HMS, TR-20, TR-55 (1995-1999)
• Geographic Information System (GIS) (2000-2001)
• Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Database III-plus (1987-present)
• MS SQL programming (1999-2001)


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
• National Society of Black Engineers
• American Chemical Society
• American Institute of Chemical Engineers
• Toastmasters International


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

• Bachelor of Science - Chemical Engineering, Howard University, Washington D.C. (1991)
• Master of Science - Environmental Management, University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, Maryland (2003)


4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
 Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Database III-plus SharePoint, Maximo, GeoLearing
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
• Certification - EMS ISO 14001 Environmental auditing standards (2000-2003)
• Certification - Permit Issuer Training for Trainers (2003)
• Certification - OSHA 500/501/510/511/35 Standards Training for Trainers (1997-2005)
• Certification -Environmental Technology/ Institute of Environmental Technology (IET) (1993)
• Certification - 40 hr, 24 hr 10 hr, & 8 hr OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 HAZWOPER Training (1993-2005)
• Certification – HAZMAT Hazardous Materials Manager (2000)
• Certification - Certified Professional Environmental Auditor/Board of Environmental Health and Safety Auditors (BEAC) (1999)
• Certification – Bay Area Training Corp (2005)
• License - Air Monitoring Technician (TDH) (2000)
• Hydraulic & Hydrologic Analyses, & Modeling -HEC-RAS 3.1, Micro station, Geopak, HY-8, Hydraflow, SWMM, HEC-1, HEC-HMS, TR-20, TR-55 (1995-1999)
• Geographic Information System (GIS) (2000-2001)
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
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16 yrs HSE experience, Senior Safety Supervisor
CV/Resume ID no.: 87993

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