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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
  • resumesample@example.com
Summary

Enthusiastic individual with superior skills in working in both team-based and independent capacities. Bringing strong work ethic and excellent organizational skills to any setting. Excited to begin new challenge with successful team.

Skills

COMPUTER SKILLS

  • Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Power-Point

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

  • 40 Hour HAZWOPER Certification
  • 10 Hour OSHA for General Industry
  • 30 Hour OSHA for General Industry
  • Green Belt Certified
  • CPR/First Aid Certification

PERSONAL SKILLS

  • Independent Self-Starter
  • Desire to learn and grow
  • Team player
  • Education minded
  • Ability to think on my feet
  • Flexible and agile in the field
  • Continuous improvement
Experience
Quality Health Safety and Enviromental Coordinator, 04/2017 to 10/2018
Navarro Research And Engineering, Inc.San Antonio, TX,
  • Responsible for the health and safety of 75 employees on a single site and six (6) QSHE associates across five (5) sites; Creating, Implementing, and Managing HSE programs for five (5) sites; train six (6) direct staff (QHSE) on programs created during my time as sole QHSE for the company; attend daily management meetings, weekly HSE meetings, and monthly SLT meetings to report on HSE initiatives, create culture that promotes safety excellence
  • Create, manage, and track HSE and Quality budgets (PPE, Vendors, etc.)
  • Maintain calibrations on all equipment on site
  • Ensure compliance of ZCL across five (5) sites in Canada and continental US
  • Conduct, manage, and coordinate regular onsite inspection to audit physical conditions and safe work practices
  • Ensure compliance with Regulatory requirements Quality & HSE
  • Led CAPEX project to mitigate presence of spilled chemical on site
  • Led continuous improvement projects
  • Maintain permitting requirements and sampling (storm water, etc.)
  • Create, manage, and conduct safety training for all employees
  • Manage and actively participate in Joint Health and Safety Committee (JOHSC)
  • Identify hazards and potential risks/led operations with the elimination and mitigation of hazards
  • Create, conduct, and manage Risk Assessment / JHA and reviews of new/old processes; created JSA review program as well as the risk assessment program
  • Build Management of Change process to initiate processes to track changes
  • Led Root Cause Analysis of onsite accidents, injuries, and property damage; collaborate with production leadership for the assignment of corrective actions and preventative actions; follow up with SLT reporting and management of corrective actions
  • Create, conduct and manage job safety analysis (JSA) program
  • Update/maintain hard copy and e-copy of Safety Data Sheets (SDS) bringing system current
  • Manage, plan, and conduct air quality testing
  • Identify opportunities for, implement, and manage 5s, Kaizen, and lean principles (CAPEX and Non-CAPEX projects)
  • Develop, implement, maintain, and administer policies outlined in the employee safety manual; train employees on use and interpretation of the manual
  • File, track, and maintain all files for workers compensation cases, as well as all related forms; directly maintain contact with worker's compensation claims company and doctors performing services
  • Launch Stop, Think, Act, a new behavioral safety campaign
  • Drive reduction in Total Recordable Frequency Rate
  • Create and manage traveling HSE binder with relevant local standards for "on-the-road" tank repair team
  • Create leading indicators program, track progression, implement across 5 sites.
  • Lead training on the program for four (4) other QHSE
  • Perform audits, drive inspections, lead Gemba walks, drive safety stand downs, hold weekly toolbox talks, manage safety committee and monthly meetings, maintain tracking documents for all of these processes
  • Create, maintain, and lead emergency action plan and first aid response plan/medical protocol, escape route plan, emergency equipment mapping, and equipment related to all emergencies; conduct drills for emergencies of every sort on site
  • Coordinate drop off and pick up of hazardous materials; coordinate training for shipping/receiving hazardous materials; manage waste manifests
  • Oversee quality of USTs made of fiberglass throughout process; Conform to company standards
  • Document and oversee repair of non-conformance issues; track quality progress throughout process, tracking each step with aid of employees; track and manage correction of non-conformity issues
  • Test and Analyze UST (underground storage tanks) for use in the field in a variety of applications; perform interstitial, barcol, thickness, hardness, vacuum, and test pressure, as well as brine fill tanks for shipment/use
Industrial Hygiene Technician, 12/2015 to 04/2017
Osi GroupBarrington, IL,
  • Maintain calibration files for equipment and records for employee monitoring
  • Conduct annual monitoring, as well as PRN monitoring
  • Send all industrial hygiene equipment in for calibration/repair; keep track of all equipment; calibrate all equipment before/after each use
  • Set my own schedule, prioritize tasks to get everything done in a timely manner
  • Led CAPEX project to install ventilation in area with high levels of carbon monoxide, and utilized Industrial Hygiene monitoring from my time as well as previous five (5) years to ensure adequate representation of lack of ventilation and affects on associates in the plant
  • Utilize Dolphin software to track, update, and maintain safety data sheets for the entire company (12 countries, 48 total locations)
  • Conducted noise assessments across the location
  • Conducted ventilation testing to manage appropriate flow across the location
  • Led job hazard analysis for NC Saw department (cutting) to propose controls based on risk assessments and hazards identified
Contractor Safety Specialist, 12/2015 to 04/2017
Midwest Compliance Consultants Inc (at Arconic)City, STATE,
  • Perform daily site audits and observations
  • Plan, manage, and conduct monthly safety meetings
  • Conduct incident and accident investigations using root cause analysis
  • Conduct, create and manage training in Lockout Tagout, Aerial Device, Fall Protection, Hot Work, and Confined Space on site
  • Conduct, create and manage training off site for various companies (Lead, Asbestos, Confined Space)
  • Inspect equipment, work sites, and books for compliance with on site program
  • Approve plans for CAPEX and Non-CAPEX projects as related to HSE Initiatives with contractors
  • Performed Respirator Fit testing on/off site
  • Conducted emergency risk assessments and wrote Emergency Response Plans
Administrative Assistant, 11/2016 to 03/2017
Midwest Compliance Consultants Inc (at Arconic)City, STATE,
  • Enter all contractor paperwork into Arconic EHS system
  • Approve contractor safety plans prior to work starting
  • Approve roof access permits for contractors to perform roof work
  • Manage on-site contractors (Roughly 2-300 people/day)
  • Conduct morning orientation to keep contractors current on Arconic HSE Manual
  • Keep track of daily Pre-Task Brief (JSA) for each contracting company
  • Keep track of all contracting company hours, safety plans, completed trainings, and incident reports
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Occupational Safety And Health, Expected in 02/2017
Columbia Southern University - Orange Beach, AL,
GPA:
  • Certificate include Occupational Safety and Health; Environmental Management
  • Awarded ASSE Scholarship Spring 2016 (Sponsored by BITCO Insurance)
  • Member of ASSE, actively attending meetings, 3.53 GPA
Associate of Applied Science: Health Safety Environmental Technology, Expected in 08/2015
Scott Community College - Bettendorf, IA,
GPA:
  • President's List - Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Summer 2015
  • Member of the ASSE (American Society of Safety Engineers), Spring 2004
  • Awarded ASSE Scholarship - Spring 2014, 2015, 2016
Activities and Honors
Certifications
40 hour HAZWOPER Certification; 10 Hour OSHA for General Industry; 30 Hour OSHA for General Industry; Green Belt Certified, CPR/First Aid Certification

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Columbia Southern University
  • Scott Community College

Job Titles Held:

  • Quality Health Safety and Enviromental Coordinator
  • Industrial Hygiene Technician
  • Contractor Safety Specialist
  • Administrative Assistant

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Applied Science

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