Results-driven Process Safety Management professional with exceptional communication, problem solving and leadership skills. Focused decision maker with demonstrated ability to lead cross-functional teams in the design, development and launch of leading-edge solutions and processes safety applications.
Training and development
Unsurpassed work ethic
Production line management
01/2016 to Current
PSM CoordinatorWilliams – McPherson, KS
Collaborated with Operations and Tech Services to achieve Process Safety Improvements.
Planned and conducted 90 staff training's per year, with an emphasis on Process Safety Management.
Drive continuous resolution for any PSM mechanical related issues.
Oversee the Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) program which includes
preparation activities for PHA,
participating in PHA reviews and execution of PHA audit recommendations in
a timely manner.
Ensure that the PSM program is compliant with all OSHA and EPA standards, by
serving as the liaison between the Safety Department and the facilities.
Interface with federal and state agencies (OSHA, EPA, State
Environmental/Safety agencies, etc.) as required.
Participate in any OSHA or EPA audits of PSM/RMP for the plant.
02/2012 to 01/2016
Safety and Health SpecialistWilliams – McPherson, KS
Conducted safety inspections on assigned facilities.
Developed deep understanding of regulatory requirements concerning quality, reporting standards, emergency notifications, permit renewals and inspections.
Developed standard operation procedures and quality or safety standards for assigned facilities and specific work.
Performed root cause analysis on Process Safety incidents and equipment failures.
Examined accidents to obtain data that can be used to design preventive measures.
Initiated and captured product and procedural updates.
Obtained, updated, and maintained standard operating procedures.
12/2005 to 02/2012
Production SupervisorHospira – McPherson, KS
Defined manufacturing performance standards and reviewed the outcome of performance goals to set future targets.
Directed the manufacturing process and operational efficiency procedures to achieve goal of first run capability.
Supervised approx 35 personnel in the filling, labeling, and packaging of small volume parenterals, including Carpujects®, ampoules, and vials, in both liquid and lyophilized form.
Responsible for meeting product quality requirements, and worked with manufacturing quality personnel to ensure quality throughout the manufacturing process.
Tracked line performance through calculation of labor efficiency and batch profit and loss determination.
Managed personnel training to ensure conformance to FDA cGMP requirements.
02/2007 to 02/2013
Operations Officer Battalion S3United States Army – Ft. Riley, KS
Directed logistical training procedures in accordance with military regulations.
Responsible for operations, plans, training, and security for the battalion which provides logistics support to a training support brigade with eight subordinate battalions in six states.
Principal staff officer for all matters related to collective and individual training, internal operations and plans, force protection, and security.
Assist in the training oversight of over 600 RC/ARNG, CS/CSS and Aviation units for training and monitoring the administrative and logistical status of each Reserve Component unit as it transitions from reserve to active status
08/2003 to 12/2005
Infantry OfficerUnited States Army – Ft. Lewis, WA
Platoon Leader for a 46 man Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT) Rifle Platoon, consisting of three rifle squads, a weapons squad, four Stryker Infantry Carriers and a 27-man Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT) Infantry Battalion Mortar Platoon consisting of four Stryker Mortar Variant's, four 120mm Mortar Systems, four 81mm Mortar Systems while deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Responsible for the training and tactical employment of the platoon in full spectrum operations with a focus on urban operations, limited visibility and precision operations.
Accounted for more than $34 million in deployable and installation equipment.
Bachelor of Science: Biology Sterling College - Sterling, KS