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  • 1. Lawrence Edward Miles•Environmental , Health, Safety and Security Professional •Registered Environmental Manager
  • 2. Personal Highlights
  • 3. Personal Highlights
  • 4. Personal Highlights
  • 5. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • As Naval Officer and later site EHS Ensure compliance with manager for several facilities, determined applicable EHSFederal, State, Local and requirements; assessed levels of International compliance and determined necessary corrective actions whenEnvironmental regulatory deficiencies were identified. requirements.
  • 6. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • Accessed and became familiar Ensure compliance with with various resources to determine local complianceFederal, State, Local and requirements included Internet- International available government websites (NZ, Australia, USA); andEnvironmental regulatory subscriptions to J.K. Keller Online, requirements. Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) and Business and Legal Reports resources.
  • 7. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • For all companies developed andDemonstrate the ability to delivered training courses in aconvey critical information wide range of topics, from Hazardous Waste Operations to through effective training Lockout/Tagout venues. • Performed various environmental surveys and assisted in environmental remediation projects.
  • 8. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • For Exide, Associated Spring, Develop and implement CRHNA, Inc., MacDermid, Inc., programs to ensure and Continental Tire, developed and implemented written compliance with programs to guide compliance in all EHS aspects.environmental government • For Associated Spring and regulations. CRHNA, Inc. guided each in obtaining ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems certification.
  • 9. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • For Exide, Associated Spring and Administer and oversee CRHNA, I developed and Company safety programs administered company safety and performance; programs, resulting in decrease in workers’ compensation costs for assume project each company; $120,000 responsibility for safety, annually for Associated Springhealth, and environmental- and $50,000 for CRHNA. related programs. • For MacDermid, I made available and disseminated these programs as requested by sites.
  • 10. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • Master’s Dissertation involvedTrain relevant personnel in curriculum and instructional strategy development for On-the- required safety and Job training programs and the value of behavioral objectives.environmental procedures; • Skilled trainer, always developing maintain and update innovative training techniques germane to company culture. safety training and • MS Excel used for tracking training performance and attendance. program documentation.
  • 11. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • For Associated Spring, engagedCoordinate and conduct engineering consultants and worked with the Michigan State detailed phases of DEQ to improve air emissions;engineering work related developed interim improvements to realize short term gains as well to safety and as long term replacementenvironmental programs. solutions for antiquated equipment. • Engineered away routine Confined Space Entry for CRHNA.
  • 12. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • For Continental Tire theCoordinate and conduct Americas, developed multi- media air pollution control detailed phases of equipment package involvingengineering work related Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers and Granulated Activated Carbon to safety and Technology systems to expediteenvironmental programs. Title V air permitting.
  • 13. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • Graduate of Environmental Serve as principal Resource Center’s Hazardous Waste course of instruction.environmental resource, • Experienced with solid, liquid and including the proper biohazardous waste disposal and various related manifestinghandling and disposal of requirements. regulated waste. • Realized a 100% recycling rate for a 3,200 employee factory.
  • 14. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • Charged with guardianship andEnsure all environmental administration of various air discharge permits in the State of permits are current and Michigan as well as a waste water relevant personnel are discharge permit in Alabama. • Compiled data and reviewed four aware of requirements. Title V air permit applications in three years due to rapid tire plant expansion.
  • 15. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • Using safety leadership at both Conduct internal safety Associated Spring and CRHNA, developed audit plans andand environmental audits conducted facility wide audits, toon a monthly basis; report include plans for correcting identified deficiencies.findings and remediation • For CRHNA and then MacDermid, plan. used KELLER Online as principal resource for 1,400+ question customized audit.
  • 16. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • For EXIDE, served as the principal liaison with Federal OSHA for Serve as liaison for administration of the courtexternal environmental, ordered Lowest Feasible Limit (LFL) agreement. health and safety • For Associated Spring, CRHNA, regulatory agencies. and MacDermid was primary contact for all OSHA and DEQ/DEM inspections, as well as local entities.
  • 17. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance Here’s the thing: enforcement of the rules is the responsibility of everyEnforce compliance to member of the team, not just “Larrysafety procedures and the Safety Guy”. programs in place. •I have developed many ways and means for enhancing the compliance posture within the corporate culture, tailored to the specific organizational needs.
  • 18. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • I have developed many automatic report generating programs using Ensure all annual or bi- MS Office products and also usedannual agency reports are AV System’s Material Inventory Report System (MIRS) for trackingcompleted and submitted and reporting chemicals on TIER II in timely manner. and FORM R reports.
  • 19. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • Over the years I have developed a Work with site Health multi-tiered incident and office representatives to investigation system that is both understand and effective and efficient in investigate incidents as determining accident root causes and appropriate follow-on they occur. Take activities.proactive steps to develop and implement systems • My system is now the standard at which shall prevent many other companies as I have shared the concept at meetings, incidents. etc. .
  • 20. EHS Management Skills Performance Factor Performance Factor Demonstrated Performance Demonstrated Performance • Over several years, and working Work with Research and with other experts, I developed a Development to procedure for quantitatively identifying and characterizing riskscharacterize new materials based on Failure Modes and upon notification of their Effects Analysis (FMEA). existence. • For MacDermid, Inc., I was the TSCA Control Officer, tracking registration of all new chemicals and imports.