20-year career in the US Navy and recently retired from active duty.
Excellent reputation for resolving problems, developing and implementing safety programs that protect employees and comply with government regulations.
Experience in loss prevention, incident investigation, and emergency response. Prioritizes and ensures availability of hazardous material for maintenance on 80 aircraft across eight squadrons for 1,900 personnel. Manages 258 critical hazmat line items valued at $12.5 million enabling the proper upkeep of all aircraft assigned. Coordinates the collection, sorting and disposal of hazardous material used in maintenance areas. Coordinates with the Japanese local maintenance services 38 maintenance actions for the upkeep of the corrosion hangar, providing a safe corrosion prevention and treatment facility for 80 aircraft and increasing their material condition by 20%.
Briefs critical safety inputs to Industrial Hygienist to provide safe working environment to over 55 technicians operating in facility. Personally conducts over 200 weekly and monthly inspections on various firefighting equipment and eye wash stations to include deluge shower systems. Coordinates emergency response drills to ensure maximum efficiency of personnel during an actual emergency incident involving aircraft or hazardous material.
Looking for an opportunity with a great company to bring his EHS leadership experience. Able to relocate anywhere.
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