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Senior Level Environmental Health and Safety Management

Regulatory Compliance…….OSHA/PSM/NFPA…….Hazardous Waste…….Chemical Storage
 Knowledgeable, highly-trained, and respected Executive Level Environmental Health and Safety leader, with extensive knowledge of federal, state and all other regulatory compliance initiatives, regarding hazardous waste minimization, trash recycling, chemical storage, fire safety, PSM, OSHA, NFPA standards, and developing, directing and enhancing personnel training programs.
 Strategically developed hazard tracking and observation programs that identified unsafe acts, conditions, and hazards. Demonstrate strong knowledge of Title V, NPEDS, Sara 312 Tier II, Sara 313 programs, and hazardous waste disposal compliance regulations. Effectively developed hazardous waste security plan in coordination with Homeland Security, and developed emergency preparedness policies and procedures program.


 Safety/Environmental Programs
 Multimillion-Dollar Capital Budgets
 Vendor/Facilities Management
 Staff Training/Safety Orientation
 Hazardous Waste Management
 Safety Observation/Action Plans
 Leadership/ Staff Development
 Job Hazard Analyses
 EHS Programs
 Plant Management/OSHA

Corporate Safety Officer – St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Edgewood, KY 2008 – Present
 Strategically direct all Safety and Environmental programs for 5 hospitals and 39 outpatient clinics with more than 6,500 employees and staff.
 Manage Patient Lift project for 5 hospitals with a budget of $3B, and ROI of 2 years.
 Successfully lowered reportable case rate by 85% in patient moving injuries in 2-year period through superior movable patient lift equipment, best practices and staff training.
 Conceptualized and developed computer based training for safety orientation and general safety compliance for all hospital employees and staff.
 Chaired safety cross-functional team to identify best practices and to assist implementation of processes and procedures.
 Developed efficient Environmental audit and Risk Assessment for all facilities to identify potential risk and provide documentation of proposed action plans.
 Collaborate with construction companies and facility engineering regarding new projects safety issue identification and apply federal, state and local codes per AIG requirements.
 Coordinated with nursing, pharmacy and environmental staff to develop plan to collect and dispose of hazardous pharmacy waste following federal regulations.

Corporate Safety and Health Director – DAP Inc., Baltimore, MD 2005 – 2008
 Oversaw federal, state and local safety programs for 3 manufacturing facilities, an R&D facility and 3 distribution centers, and developed and delivered OSHA, and general safety training to associates and staff personnel.
 Managed and monitored Workman’s Compensation program, and effectively lowered injury reportable case rates
 By 7.8% from 9,3%, to 1.5% from previous year.
 Spearheaded a safety base behavioral program at Baltimore Plant with 96% success rate, and conceptualized return to work program that assisted in loss time injury recovery facilitating employees back to work.
 Developed observation program that identified safety concerns and developed action plans for correction, and cross-functional teams in Behavioral Safety techniques, and capital budgets for safety in all facilities.
 Talented leader, demonstrating skill in Motivating teams to peak performance.
 Appointed Acting Plant Manager for DAP s largest manufacturing facility in Baltimore, and successfully turned a negative DLV expense of $500K to a positive DLV in 6 months, and facility to favorable budget in 3 months.

Environmental Health and Regional Safety Manager – Solo Cup Co., Highland Park, IL 2003 – 2005
 Strategically directed and implemented safety programs for 3 facilities with more than 10,000 employees, while maintaining reportable case rate of 1.3% and loss time accident rate of 1.6% from 2004 through 2005.
 Ensured Regulatory Compliance with all state, federal and local governments, including written programs, record keeping, reports, inspections, and monitoring, testing, training and medical surveillance per guidelines.
 Directed, developed and delivered environmental safety and health training programs that ensured employees knowledge, understanding and adherence to safety and environmental regulations.
 Managed EHS Programs that included cost containment and accident prevention reduction.
 Verified all EHS issues were identified during internal/external audits, and provided support for 3 facilities.
 Provided support to and collaborated with Human Resources Management in administration of Worker’s Compensation and early return to work program.

Safety & Environmental Compliance Manager – Dupli-Color Products, Elk Grove, IL 1998 – 2003
 Critical Safety and Compliance Management for a Union manufacturing environment, successfully developed strategies for all safety and compliance programs.
 Liaison between Central Safety Committee and Management, developed and conducted job hazard analysis, and recommended strategic programs that reduced and eliminated waste.
 Reported Title V, Sara 312, and 313, and provided expertise consultation on safety issues to staff and management.
 Represented management for ISO 14001 Environmental Management System, and Workman’s Compensation
 Program.
 Conceptualized key indicators for Process Safety Management and Change Management initiatives, and plant compliance to OSHA(s), and VPPPA status by 2005.
 Performed Gap and Root Cause Analyses for numerous safety issues, Ergonomics, lifting, and safety equipment.
 Managed Underground Storage Tank system (UST), and adhered to accumulation time limits for hazardous waste TSD procedures, and labeling practices.
 Coordinated tanks and secondary containment certifications for state and federal compliance and ensured state permits were in order and current.
 Successfully completed Six Sigma Yellow Belt training.

B.S., Industrial Vocational Safety – University of Illinois – 1992
Board Certified Safety Health Professional
Board Certified Occupational & Safety Technician
Board Certified Environmental Health & Safety Auditor

Served as Instructor of Environmental Health, OSHA and Risk Management – Medical Law Institute , Miami, FL. Member – State of Florida, Labor and Safety Board
Served on Safety Professional Licensing board
Member – Tri-state Occupational Safety and Health council.
Member – ASHE.
Computer Skills:
Proficient in PC hardware, PeopleSoft, MS Windows, XP, and MS Office Suite.

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