Shawnee, KS

Position Desired

Safety Engineering
Anywhere in the U.S.


Highly qualified Environmental, Health, Safety and Security Manager with extensive experience resolving EHS issues:

* Risk Management / Loss Prevention * Staff Training & Mentoring * Environmental Sustainability
* Accident/Incident Investigation * State and Federal Compliance * Cost Reduction / Avoidance * Site Specific Program Development * Facility Supervision * Waste Reduction / Management
* Radiation Safety / Radiological Surveying * ISO 14001 Lead Auditor * Security Vulnerability Assessment * Workers’ Compensation / Case Management * OHSAS 18001 Gap Analysis * 5 S / KAIZEN
* Hazardous Materials/Waste Management * Class 3b and 4 Laser Safety * Life Safety Code Implementation

Safety Supervisor
Atlantic Engineering Group (AEROTEK) July 2013 – Present
Kansas City, Kansas Supervisor: John Perry

• Providing innovative Health, Safety, Security & Environmental leadership for Atlantic Engineering Groups (AEG) Division of Telecommunication spearheading the GOOGLE FIBER installation in Kansas City Metro & surrounding area
• Work with senior management and Division staff to analyze, evaluate and implement a clear, distinct and comprehensive Health, Safety, Security & Environmental program which encompasses telecommunication operations both aerial and underground
• Maintain knowledge & skills in telecommunication trends & development as they relate to the goals & objectives of AEG
• Developed clear and comprehensive strategies with measureable key performance indicators, both leading and lagging
• Communicate to both internal and external constituencies the strategy, mission, issues and other imperative information as it pertains to employee safety and environmental protection
• Develop partnerships with public and private entities in order to maximize the use of resources and implement the most suitable telecommunications safety programs, policies and procedures
• A subject matter expert in Aerial Work Platforms, Fall Protection and Prevention, Traffic and Vehicular Hazards, Horizontal/Directional Drilling, Job Hazard Analysis, Cut-Off Machines, Personal Protective Equipment Selection
• Serve as a resource to Atlantic Engineering Groups employee’s for specifications regarding OSHA, EPA, NEC and NFPA
• Maintained automated and manual compliance records related to Federal, State and Local regulations
• Sound knowledge and understanding of safety and quality specifications and requirements related to: work on utility pole erection and utility installation on privately owned utility poles, drop bury and splicing crews
• Conduct on-site Health, Safety, Security and Environmental audits identifying potential hazardous work conditions, implementing immediate solutions & corrective actions for the purpose of training crews & promoting the Safety program
• Developed and implemented a Health, Safety, Security and Environmental manual specific to AEG
• Work closely with aerial, underground & splicing crews to identify safety training needs & concerns & develop solutions
• Developed and implemented in-house training modules for: Confined Space Entry, Fall Protection and Prevention, Hazard Communications, Excavation Safety, Housekeeping, Material Handling and Back Injury Prevention
• Investigated employee accident and injuries, damages to underground utility infrastructure, vehicle and property damage to identify root causes and decrease number of incident as well as the severity
• Managed injured employees worker compensation claim/case as well as return to work program
• Ensure that AEG complies with regulatory requirements to maintain Federal, State and Local records
• Coordinate day-to-day hazardous waste management activities including: inspections, labeling, off-site disposal, sampling, analysis and manifesting. Complete and file all required waste management reports
• Review and approve contractor Safety programs and ensure compliance with project safety expectations
• Provided safety information as required by collecting, analyzing and summarizing data and trends, generating reports and newsletters and fliers
• Strong managerial skills dealing with multiple stakeholders
• Conduct daily Toolbox / Tailgate meetings
Safety Coordinator
WaterOne Johnson County January 2012 – September 2012
Lenexa, Kansas Supervisor: HC Jenkins 913-895-5500

• Responsible for the development, implementation and continual improvement of a site specific and comprehensive Environmental, Health and Safety program at 21 fixed facilities and multiple transient construction projects
• Evaluated work procedures and operating practices to determine training requirements for hourly, salaried, contract personnel and visitors assigned to perform work on behalf of WaterOne
• Developed & delivered site specific training to hourly & salaried staff, in order to comply with company policies & procedures, as well as to stay current with Federal, State and Local laws and regulations. Evaluated training effectiveness
• Coordinate monthly jobsite and facility inspections with Department Directors and Management to evaluate environmental, safety and security vulnerabilities. Perform daily facility and jobsite inspections, reviews and audits, threat and vulnerability assessments as well as emergency response exercises independent of scheduled audits to determine compliance and cooperation with company policies as well as Federal and State regulatory requirements.
• Tracked site specific Key Performance Indicators as well as Leading Indicators.
• Maintained appropriate logs in accordance with OSHA, DOL, DOT, KDHE and EPA requirements
• Point of contact for all open workers’ compensation claims, case/claim management and modified return-to-work as well as work strengthening programs
• Liaison with City of Lenexa Police, State Police and Sheriff’s Department to provide WaterOne employees with subsequent training designed for second shift employees to address encounters with belligerent and hostile individuals, other physical security needs and risk mitigation measures
• Reconcile security logs against shift responsibilities and patrols, coordinate preliminary investigation of security concerns
• Worked extensively with electronic security and surveillance systems to contain potentially malicious and dangerous situations. Participated as the Security Team member in the design and response of new systems, reviewed and analyzed areas of ingress and egress for purposes of emergency preparedness
• Established site security awareness through various site specific campaigns including: videos, posters, electronic mail memos and department presentations. Identified potential security issues for second shift employees and jobsites where vehicles and equipment are left overnight
• Established a functional Safety and Security Committee. Formulated corrective actions and presented these corrective action to Directors and Managers for implementation

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