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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Experienced EHS Manager & GSP with a demonstrated history of working in heavy manufacturing involving petrochemicals with a BS focused in Aerospace and Occupational Safety & Aviation Law from Embry-Riddle.

Skills
  • Safety Management Systems
  • Worker's Compensation
  • RC Accident Investigation
  • EHS Training
  • Public Speaking
  • Safety Audits
  • AutoCAD Drafting
  • Policy and Procedure Drafting
Education
Bachelor of Science: Aerospace And Occupational Safety, Expected in 08/2017
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach - Daytona Beach, FL
GPA:

Minor: Aviation Law

GPA: 3.27

Certifications

Graduate Safety Practitioner: GSP-7661 (Board of Certified Safety Professionals)

Eligible for Certified Safety Professional in February 2022

OSHA 30-hour General Industry

Certified First Aid/CPR/AED (American Red Cross)

Certified Stormwater Inspector (National Stormwater Center)

Certified TWI Trainer

RCRA, GHS, DOT, SWPPP, SPCC Trained (American Training Institute)

HumanTech Ergonomics Training

Work History
EHS Manager, 10/2019 to Current
PepsicoFranklin, NJ,
  • Lead EHS programs and culture for 480+ employees at two manufacturing plants with direct and matrix reporting responsibilities.
  • Reduced OSHA incident rate from 4.4 to 3.2 & reduced DART rate from 4.0 to 1.4
  • Led $40k Capital Expenditure project for custom work platforms
  • Reduced PPE expenses by $10k-$15k/month by spearheading vendor switch
  • Supervise monthly EHS budget of $25k/month
  • Develop and lead safety training presentations/videos each week for all new hire employees in orientation (300/year).
  • Collaborated with environmental engineering firm for 120 TPY increase revision for Title V Air Permit.
  • Review safety and “Safe or Unsafe” presentations at morning production meetings at both facilities.
  • Represent Maverick during inspections with Florida DEP, Fire Marshals, County Health Department, and insurance companies.
  • Manage WC claims alongside Maverick’s WC carrier to reduce litigation risk and improve return to work rates.
  • Team up with medical providers to review job descriptions, available light duty tasks, and other areas of workers’ compensation.
  • Participate in legal proceedings, including settlements, with workers’ compensation attorneys to represent the company’s best interests.
  • Created a universal inspection template on web-based iAuditor platform and conducted inspections weekly.
  • Developed PPE database of all departments with their PPE needs.
  • Designed CAD drawings of equipment additions and building expansions for pricing and preliminary permitting needs.
  • Manage PIT program with approximately 130 PIT (forklift) operators & conduct initial and recurrent training.
  • Oversee Maverick’s safety committee and conduct monthly meetings.
  • Source, approve, and manually manage critical PPE inventory including N95 masks, non-sterile gloves, and Tyvek coverall suits.
  • Review and analyze monthly PPE spend averaging <$45,000/month and solvent spend averaging $30k/month.
  • Developed written COVID Response program, Machine Guarding Program, and various loss prevention programs.
  • Maintain Emergency Action Plan, Hazard Communication Plan, Lockout/Tagout Program, Hearing Conservation Program, Respiratory Program, and Fall Protection Program.
  • Coordinate annual on-site hearing testing and respirator fit testing.
  • Lead recurring chemical safety training for employees in various departments.
  • Coordinated First Aid Training and Bloodborne Pathogens for managers and safety committee members.
  • Review workers’ compensation performance with production and senior management.
  • Investigate injuries resulting in First Aid and workers’ compensation claims to ascertain root causes and implement corrective actions.
  • Responsible Official for Title V Air Permit and reporting, Tier II, TRI, Stormwater Permit, and Hazardous Waste Programs.
  • Ensure completion of all environmental reports per EPA regulations (including Tier II, TRI, Stormwater).
  • Coordinated Fixed Asset Audit and lead external auditors to identify tangible assets for transitioning into new ownership.
EHS Specialist, 10/2018 to 07/2019
Lippert ComponentsLancaster, TX,

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Achieved 2,400,000+ hours without a lost time incident at facility with 1,275 employees
  • EHS Leader for the Lean Six Sigma team
  • Developed the Boston Whaler - Safety Center app for employees' Microsoft, iOS, and Android devices using Microsoft PowerApps, Flow, and SharePoint

DUTIES

  • Participated in cost/benefit analysis, interviewing candidates, hiring, and on-boarding a full-time occupational RN for the facility
  • Submit reports in Brunswick's Health and Safety Suite including Worker's Compensation Claims for ESIS and OSHA Form 300, 300A, & 301
  • Ensure compliance with corporate EHS requirements, including drafting new Chemical Management Policy, Authorized Employee LOTO training, and BBP Training
  • Contribute to Brunswick's Sustainability White Paper and Sustainability Team Meetings
  • Designed an interactive map of the 800,000 sq. ft. facility, including critical fire systems for the local fire department and fire marshal
  • Drafted fire evacuation prints for 4 new buildings and supported advanced manufacturing engineering for new building expansion projects
  • Assist Brunswick in facility shutdown of Commercial and Government Products' site, ensuring environmental compliance, completing documented closure forms for DEP, and compliant asset transfer of chemicals
  • Conduct root cause analysis of incidents to identify corrective actions and detect potential worker's compensation fraud
  • Draft, review, and update safety and security policies and procedures with the EHS Manager
EHS Specialist, 02/2018 to 10/2018
Lippert ComponentsBradenton, FL,

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Supported corporate in a variety of total plant shutdown projects.
  • Implemented and lead the ergonomics committee.
  • Created a variety of behavior based safety programs and safety videos with successful metrics to promote a strong safety culture.
  • Achieved 600,000+ hours without Lost Time and maintained a DART Rate of 0.82 for 475 employees.
  • Drafted cost-benefit analysis on safety related process changes such as the Respirator Program with annual savings of $16,000.

DUTIES

  • Develop behavior based safety programs to improve safety metrics through employee participation.
  • Supervise approximately 475 employees on the manufacturing floor to guide and enforce the EHS culture.
  • Track KPI's such as 5S and Job Hazard Analysis projects to gauge the development of the safety culture.
  • Conduct daily GEMBA safety audits.
  • Participate in monthly environmental inspections.
  • Conduct respirator fit testing and respirator training for new employees.
  • Drove accountability with management.
  • Train new employees and contractors during safety orientation.
  • Audit Weekly HazMat Reports, purchase reports, and SDS Database for deviations in chemical purchasing.
  • Provide program oversight of hazardous waste management.
LEADERSHIP ROLES & VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES

Member, Volusia Manufacturing Association EHS Division January 2019 - October 2019

  • Volunteered to conduct mock interviews of juniors and seniors at Spruce Creek High School in the STEM program.
  • Speak to graduating student classes in the Aerospace and Occupational Safety Program at Embry-Riddle.

Volunteer, Halifax Humane Society May 2019 - October 2019

President, International Society of Air Safety Investigators (Embry-Riddle Chapter) August 2015 - August 2016

  • Coordinated with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to organize and attend a week-long training seminar for members in Washington, D.C., including interview techniques, blueprint analysis, flight systems analysis, and meteorological analysis

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School Attended

  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach

Job Titles Held:

  • EHS Manager
  • EHS Specialist
  • EHS Specialist

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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