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A Safety, Health & Environmental Professional with 14+ years passionate expertise in ensuring safety in the manufacturing workplace by taking direct responsibility for development, implementation and management of safety, industrial hygiene and environmental affairs. jjaderholm@gmail.com

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  • Jaderholm Pitch

    1. 1. Jim Jaderholm Introducing… A Safety Health and Environmental Professional seeking to work for you! [email_address] Next
    2. 2. Profile <ul><li>A Safety, Health and Environmental (SH&E) Professional with 14+ years passionate expertise, ensuring safety in the manufacturing workplace by taking direct responsibility for: </li></ul><ul><li>Development </li></ul><ul><li>Implementation and </li></ul><ul><li>Management </li></ul><ul><li>of safety, industrial hygiene and environmental affairs. </li></ul>Next
    3. 3. Profile (continued) While in this role, I have applied my process improvement, ISO, and quality assurance experience and skills developed early in my career as an industrial and project engineer. Next
    4. 4. Professional Experience Corporate Safety, Health and Environmental Manager for PENFORD CORPORATION, Richland, WA 2003-2009 Global manufacturer of starch for the food, paper and specialty chemicals industries Next
    5. 5. Penford responsibility for multi-site: <ul><li>Safety (e.g. Conducted workplace audits, managed incident prevention programs and presented creative training resulting in significant incident and hazard reduction.) </li></ul><ul><li>Industrial hygiene (e.g. Performed ergonomic assessments and conducted IH sampling resulting in implementing a number of dust and toxic vapor control improvements in the workplace.) </li></ul>Next
    6. 6. Penford responsibilities continued… <ul><li>Health (e.g. Developed and implemented an occupational medical management program resulting in clear understanding of what to do in the event of an injury e.g. checklists for the medical providers as a guide in treating employee chemical exposure.) </li></ul><ul><li>Environmental (e.g. Managed air, waste water and hazardous waste regulatory compliance resulting in minimal enforcement action and a clear pathway for introduction of new processes.) </li></ul>Next
    7. 7. Penford responsibilities (continued)… <ul><li>Capital projects (e.g. Managed safety, health and environmental impacts with numerous debottlenecking projects.) </li></ul><ul><li>Regulatory interpretation (e.g. NFPA, OSHA, EPA, Homeland Security and local regulatory requirements) </li></ul><ul><li>Overall broad responsibilities for corporate Safety, Health and Environmental management </li></ul>Next
    8. 8. Penford significant recent accomplishments: <ul><li>Led the installation of a lean behavior based/incentive safety process at three manufacturing sites. As a result, the recordable incident rate has dropped from 10 to 0 in the past six years </li></ul><ul><li>Fully implemented OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) (Operating the new bulk chemical storage/delivery system under the under the PSM standard enables the facility to save $500,000 per year.) </li></ul>Next
    9. 9. Penford accomplishments (continued)… <ul><li>Fully implemented the following high risk programs: energy isolation, confined space entry, fall protection, hot work, and hazardous chemical line breaking. This resulted in a 90% reduction in high risk near miss incidents. </li></ul><ul><li>Significantly improved safety training by implementing: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>A creative game-style PowerPoint based interactive group training method and </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>A computer based safety training system </li></ul></ul><ul><li>With both methods in place, training costs were reduced by 30% and proof of comprehension quiz scores improved significantly. </li></ul>Next
    10. 10. Professional Experience (continued)… Safety, Health and Environment Specialist for GENERAL DYNAMICS, Moses Lake, WA 2002-2003 Global manufacturer of automotive pyrotechnic devices (i.e. airbag inflators) and military explosives Next
    11. 11. General Dynamics responsibility for SH&E activities were similar to above: <ul><li>Additional information on my responsibilities with this position may be accessed by clicking the big information button below </li></ul>To skip detail click here
    12. 12. Professional Experience (continued)… Safety, Health and Environmental Manager for MOSES LAKE INDUSTRIES, Moses Lake, WA 2001-2002 Multi site global manufacturer of high-purity chemicals for the semi-conductor industry Next
    13. 13. Moses Lake Industries responsibility for multi site SH&E activities were similar to above: <ul><li>Additional information on my responsibilities with this position may be accessed by clicking the big information button below </li></ul>To skip detail click here
    14. 14. Professional Experience (continued)… Safety, Health and Environmental Manager for WOODGRAIN MILLWORK, INC., Fruitland, ID 1994-2001 Global manufacturer of specialty wood products Next
    15. 15. Woodgrain responsibility for SH&E activities were similar to above: <ul><li>Additional information on my responsibilities with this position may be accessed by clicking the big information button below </li></ul>To skip detail click here
    16. 16. Professional Experience (continued)… Multi site Project Engineer and Industrial Engineer positions with the following companies: Fred Meyer, The Springfield Group, Colville Indian Confederated Tribe, Crown Zellerbach, Champion International, Strategic Weapons Facility Pacific, Pope & Talbot, Inc., and The Weyerhaeuser Company 1976-1994 Next
    17. 17. Project/Industrial Engineer responsibilities <ul><li>Additional information on my responsibilities with these positions may be accessed by clicking the big information button below </li></ul>To skip detail click here
    18. 18. <ul><li>Bachelor of Science (University of Washington, Wood & Paper Division of the College of Forest Resources </li></ul><ul><li>On-going professional training (e.g. Completed 40-hour hazardous waste spill responder training) </li></ul><ul><li>75% fluency in Spanish and Portuguese </li></ul>Education Next
    19. 19. Jim Jaderholm Thanks for your review!!! A Safety Health and Environmental Professional seeking to work for you! Return to Beginning
    20. 20. General Dynamics additional mention SH&E responsibilities: <ul><li>Hired to implement the safety requirements of a new production line (e.g. a new bomb to drop on enemy chemical warfare production sites). </li></ul><ul><li>Conducted safety training (e.g. for production line employees of this highly hazardous industry). </li></ul><ul><li>Trained a new safety committee resulting in greater employee participation in incident prevention. </li></ul><ul><li>Prepared the facility for frequent audits (e.g. automotive customer and Department of Defense audits). </li></ul>Next
    21. 21. General Dynamics responsibilities (continued)… <ul><li>Performed a job hazard analysis for each job in the operation resulting in upgrades in the standard operating procedures. </li></ul><ul><li>Tested the plant’s explosion prevention systems (e.g. grounding of conductive floors, lightning rods, etc.) </li></ul><ul><li>Managed an asbestos awareness and abatement program. </li></ul>Button returns you to Next position title and description of co.
    22. 22. Moses Lake Industries additional mention SH&E responsibilities: <ul><li>Hired in response to a business need, to prepare for a new bulk flammable chemical storage and delivery system. </li></ul><ul><li>Established a formal safety, health and environmental program (e.g. policies, programs, procedures, training, etc. to comply with PSM, WISHA and regulatory requirements). </li></ul><ul><li>Managed wastes (e.g. hazardous waste for this large quantity generator, waste water, storm water and universal waste) </li></ul>Next
    23. 23. Moses Lake Industries responsibilities (continued)… <ul><li>Developed a hazardous waste emergency response team resulting in in-house capability to respond to incidental spills. </li></ul><ul><li>Brought the facility into DOT hazmat compliance, given the new practice of unloading hazardous chemicals. </li></ul><ul><li>Implemented the OSHA Laboratory Safety standard gin a new high tech lab environment. </li></ul>Button returns you to Next position title and description of co.
    24. 24. Woodgrain additional mention SH&E responsibilities: <ul><li>Implementation of a lean behavior based safety process. Over a four year time period, this resulted in a 50% reduction in injuries. </li></ul><ul><li>Changed the safety culture by introducing “safety as a value” as a companion to the behavior based safety process. This resulted in employees “actively caring” for the safety of their co-workers. </li></ul><ul><li>Supported engineering manager with process expertise and foreign language fluency during a rapid international growth phase of the company. </li></ul>Next
    25. 25. <ul><li>Managed workers’ compensation program until this was delegated to HR management. </li></ul><ul><li>Managed hazardous waste program for this large quantity generator resulting in a compliant work site and significant waste reduction. </li></ul><ul><li>Extensive industrial hygiene monitoring with me personally conducting the sampling and training others to perform IH sampling at remote locations. This provided the incentive for installing significant exposure reduction controls. </li></ul>Woodgrain responsibilities (continued)… Next
    26. 26. Woodgrain responsibilities (continued)… <ul><li>Performed Phase I environmental site assessments and managed Phase II and Phase III remediation in response to bank funding requirements and due diligence property acquisition requirements. </li></ul><ul><li>Managed site security personnel, security program and alarm systems resulting in better-trained personnel and an improved alarm system. </li></ul><ul><li>Provided support to the company’s legal counsel (e.g. Representing the company, I provided two depositions during an employee law suit. I managed the corrective action process for: 1) a potentially costly environmental regulatory enforcement action and 2) an OSHA 6 month wall-to-wall compliance inspection.) </li></ul>Button returns you to Next position title and description of co.
    27. 27. Project Engineer/Industrial Engineer responsibilities: <ul><li>Capital projects management for manufacturing process modifications (e.g. individual machines or complete lines). These projects resulted in significant productivity and yield improvements). </li></ul><ul><li>Additional non-capital process, productivity, and quality improvements to improve yield and drive costs down (e.g. improvements to: maintenance programs, in-process quality control, and ergonomics in the workplace with high tech processes). </li></ul>Button returns you to education description

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