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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
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Professional Summary

Detail-oriented Safety Manager with proven ability to transform safety culture for companies in th heavy manufacturing industry. Documented ability to reduce workplace safety incidents through training, auditing, corrective action, process control and trend analysis. Known for skills in development and implementation of EHS Systems mandated by federal EPA/OSHA requirements.

Specialized EHS Skills
  • OSHA Auditing
  • Continuous improvement
  • Project Planning
  • OSHA Reporting
  • Workers Compensation
  • Regulations and Compliance
  • Safety Program Development
  • Position Risk Identification
  • Risk Management
  • OSHA recordkeeping
  • Corrective Action Plans
  • Environmental Audits
  • Incident Investigation
  • Safety hazards analysis
  • Policy development
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Training Program Development
  • Accident Investigation
  • Chemical Reporting
  • DNR Compliance
Education and Training
Lakeland College Sheboygan, WI, Expected in 05/2003 Bachelor of Science : Business Administration - GPA :
Lakeland College Sheboygan, WI, Expected in 05/2003 Bachelor of Science : Marketing - GPA :
Lakeland College Sheboygan, WI, Expected in 05/2003 Bachelor of Science : Computer Science - GPA :
Midstate Technical College Wisconsin Rapids, WI, Expected in 05/1993 Associate of Science : Quality Assurance - GPA :
Midstate Technical College Wisconsin Rapids, WI, Expected in 05/1993 Associate of Science : Manufacturing Engineering - GPA :
Professional Experience
Triumvirate Environmental - EHS Consultant
Nashua, NH, 05/2016 - Current

Providing EHS support activities to third party customers thru The Acuario Group. Review the current state of the safety program to identify shortfalls as it pertains to federal, state and local mandates. Develop and implement a solid foundation and/or outline to sustain primary responsibilities to include lab clean room environment (pressure, dust, humidity), air filtration, OSHA training, documentation control, clean sanitary environment, cleaning methods instrument/material, bloodborne pathogen, biohazard waste control, sharps and sharps containers, lab risk/ergonomic assessment per position, monthly OSHA audits, environmental requirements, SARA II, lab PPE requirements, lab eye wash shower stations inspection, lab chemical control SDS, lab chemical spills/clean-up, lab emergency gas shutdown, lab ventilation, lab radiation cards/tracking, corrective action, evacuation plans, facility contractor training, OSHA 300 log review, trend analysis, accident investigation/root cause analysis and OSHA 1910 manufacturing requirements (Additional directives available)

Samuel Group - EHS / Quality Assurance Manager
City, STATE, 03/2015 - 05/2016

Senior Quality Assurance Manager developing quality program based on ISO 2000-2015 standards. I have been the internal and external quality control contact on nonconformance issues. My strengths have been in development and Implementation of quality programs along with enhanced OSHA safety programs. Implementation of the following programs would include, VOC, Customer Complaints, Competency Tests, Customer Service Programs, and Purchasing and SCAR program. A cloud based CAR system was researched/implemented along with a structured safety training/auditing process. Document control specialist: In ASME pressure vessel standards to include federal mandated welding procedures, techniques, traceability, and submission to the National Board. Safety systems were implemented based on OSHA CFR 29 General Manufacturing standards.

Mid-State Mobil Home - Safety / Quality Manager
City, STATE, 12/2011 - 12/2014

Working on warranty/insurance repairs subcontracted on module homes due to possible damage during transit. Review of stability, dry wall damage, door alignment, possible water or sewer pipe repairs etc. once the homes have been placed on a permanent location. Safety Manager and representative on all worksites based on OSHA CFR 29 requirements.

Gordon Aluminum - EHS / Quality Assurance Manager
City, STATE, 01/2003 - 04/2012

Conducted oversight of all aspects of the EHS system including implementing, training and auditing of OSHA EHS programs. Spearheaded all internal and external EHS reporting to include external government agencies.

Responsible for the entire EHS operation; this includes, but is not limited to, internal training operations, employee safety, safety suppliers, safety management system, and related investigation training. Responsible for the development of procedures and policies in relation to in-house safety control and outsourced safety activities.

Developed Root Cause Analysis program to assist managers in accident investigation process Continuous improvement project planning carried out/tracking of 26 plus improvements projects annually. Performed monthly OSHA audits per the requirements as outlined per CFR 29 General Manufacturing Audit process was performed from raw materials through shipment of final product within a production environment. Customized Preventive Action process giving a voice to production employee improvement ideas. Preventive Action process utilized ideas from production employees directly to the upper management staff.

Development / Implementation Accomplishments
  • HAZWOPER environmental containment controls for hazardous waste.
  • Accident Root Cause Investigation
  • OSHA Monthly Internal Audits OSHA
  • Safety Manual Development
  • Safety Behavioral Improvements Hazard Risk Assessments Per Position
  • OSHA Abatement Process
  • Workers Compensation Reduction Ergonomic Assessments/Improvement
  • Mech./Electrical Safety
  • Equipment Startup Analysis Training, Development, Competency
  • Fire Recovery Action Plan Senior Staff
  • Emergency Disaster Plan Mech./Electrical Risk Assessment
  • Electrical Arc Flash 70E Assessments NFPA 70E
  • Workplace Electrical Safety 70E Standard Electrical Training
  • Review the current state of the safety program to identify shortfalls as it pertains to federal, state and local mandates.
  • Develop and implement a solid foundation and/or outline to sustain primary responsibilities to include lab clean room environment (pressure, dust, humidity), and air filtration
  • OSHA training, documentation
  • Bloodborne pathogen, biohazard waste control, sharps and sharps containers, lab risk/ergonomic assessment per position,
  • Monthly OSHA audits, environmental requirements, SARA II, lab PPE requirements, lab eye wash shower stations inspection, lab chemical control SDS, lab chemical spills/clean-up,
  • Lab emergency gas shutdown, lab ventilation, lab radiation cards/tracking,
  • Evacuation plans, facility contractor training, OSHA 300 log review, trend analysis, accident investigation/root cause analysis and OSHA 1910 manufacturing requirements
  • Internal and external quality control contact on nonconformance issues.
  • Development and implementation of quality programs along with enhanced OSHA safety programs.
  • Implementation of the following programs would include, VOC, Customer Complaints, Competency Tests, Customer Service Programs, and Purchasing and SCAR program.
  • A cloud based CAR system was researched/implemented along with a structured safety training/auditing process.
  • Document control specialist: In ASME pressure vessel standards to include federal mandated welding procedures, techniques, traceability, and submission to the National Board.
  • Safety systems were implemented based on OSHA CFR 29 General Manufacturing standards.
  • Implemented /developed a "Safety System" with checks and balances to determine system effectiveness
  • Classroom training was developed and contained to half hour along with OJT training/auditing for effectiveness
  • 5Y Accident Investigation -Implemented accident investigation process to include supervisors/managers in proper root cause analysis
  • Corrective Action Assessments Submission of CARs to production departments to eliminate safety deficiencies (Reviewed weekly with CEO)
  • Integrated EHS program using ISO format Safety audit results;
  • CARs generated to produce corrective/preventive action to sustain continuous improvement
  • Consolidated/Restructured SDS program Hard copies were consolidated and provided to employees along with moving toward a full electronic system
  • Continual Improvement - Annual Safety Management Review - Safety system reviewed annually to include statistics, WCC, trend analysis, CAPA, and safety requirements per position
  • Constructed LOTO Format LOTO development to include pictures, arrows along with text to identify energy sources in proper LOTO program Safety Violation Reporting
  • Behavioral Methods - A "Safety Ticket" process was implemented to monitor safety behavior violations by ALL company employees
  • Cost Reduction - The cost of safety supplies were reduced by negotiation moving toward a single source supplier
  • Training standards were changed to a 90% pass rate, anything less would require additional retraining
  • Safety Manager and representative on all worksites based on OSHA CFR 29 requirements.
Professional Certifications

National Association of Safety Professionals,

Shelby, North Carolina

Environmental, Health, and Safety - General Industry - Manufacturing

From: 2009 - To: 2010

Final Score 83%

Summit Training

Grand Rapids, Michigan

OSHA 10 /30 Hour Certification - General Industry - Manufacturing

From: 2007 - To: 2008

Final Score 95%

Summit Training

Grand Rapids, Michigan

OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER Chemical Certification - General Industry - Manufacturing

From: 2008 - To: 2009

Final Score 91%

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School Attended
  • Lakeland College
  • Lakeland College
  • Lakeland College
  • Midstate Technical College
  • Midstate Technical College
Job Titles Held:
  • EHS Consultant
  • EHS / Quality Assurance Manager
  • Safety / Quality Manager
  • EHS / Quality Assurance Manager
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Science
  • Associate of Science

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