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SCOTT PARTEN Engineer 2 page RESUME 4-4-16

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SCOTT PARTEN Engineer 2 page RESUME 4-4-16

  1. 1. CHARLES SCOTT PARTEN, 512 217 7260 ~ partencscott@yahoo.com CHARLES SCOTT PARTEN, CSP 512 217 7260 ~ partencscott@yahoo.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/cscottparten Environmental Health & Safety Engineer Distinguished leader, over 11 years of progressively increasing leadership influence in Health and Safety and Emergency Response. Trained and supervised multiple teams of differentlevels of experience. Planned and executed emergency response drills with local municipal agencies and local subject matter experts along with company evacuation drills. Consistently selected for challenging projects. Assisted with startup of 2 world-class clean room fabs. Professional Competencies CustomerRelationshipManagement RegulatoryCompliance &Reporting ContinuingProcessImprovement ManagementTraining/Development System/ProcessDocumentation CrossFunctional TeamBuilding Program & RecordsManagement HazardousMaterialsHandling Policies&ProceduresCreation Special EventsManagement InformationInterpretation EmergencyManagement Train-The-Trainer MaterialsManagement JobTask Analysis OSHA Safety Training Change Management Employee Training&Coaching TrendAnalysis &RiskManagement Multi-Site Operations Incentive Programs Significant Accomplishments  EstablishedatrainingprogramforeightsafetytechnicianstoattendOSHA trainingclasses.While improvingthe knowledge of the techniciansitalsoimprovedmorale asthe techniciansacquiredOSHA certifications.  Streamlinedcommunication,accountabilityandstandardizationbyaddingadayshiftandnightshiftlead. By providingleadershipandmentoring,thisincreasedcommunication,improvingsafety throughoutbothshifts.  Createdtrainingforthe securitygroup. Developed standardsforall shiftsto conductsite tours,presentations and 1:1 trainingforthe securitydispatchers. Trainingallowed teammembers tosee importance of accurate information flow and decreasedmiscommunicationduringemergencies. Career Highlights Samsung Semiconductor,Austin,Texas 1997 – Present SeniorEnvironmental Health & SafetyTechnician (EHS) 2004 – Present; Etch EngineeringTechnician1998 – 2004 Manufacturing Specialist1997-1998 Manage day to dayoperations - respondtoLife SafetySystemsequipment,dailyinspections,safetyobservations, emergencyresponse,training.Manage a45 memberEmergencyResponseTeam(ERT).Mentorand certifythe SafetyTechnicians.Leadaccidentinvestigationstodetermine rootcause.ImplementBestBusinessPracticesby creatingand refiningpoliciesandprocedures.  Devised andimplemented atechnicianscheduletomaintain24x 7 coverage while decreasingovertime by90% while beingunderstaffed.Publicizedschedule oninternalinternetsoall groupswouldknow whotocontact.  Overhauledthe restrictedworkprogramtoshow monthlyaccountabilityforreturns.Structuredemail tothose belowminimumrequirementswhichshoweda40% increase inreturns.  Developedanaccountabilitymatrix forall emergencyresponseteammembers.Beingable totrackthe individual member’saccountabilityIwasable toincrease the quarterlystipend.  Establishedanewhire trainingmatrix forall new safetytechnicians.Thisprograminvolvedintoacertification systemwith30, 90, 180 dayscertifications.  PersuadedhumanresourcestoaddOccupational SafetyandHealthdegreestothe tuitionreimbursement program.  Designedacareerpath forthe healthandsafetygroupto be able to advance theircareersintoengineeringroles.  PPE storage areawas not controlledandPPEcouldn’tbe accountedfor. Organizedanddesignaninventoryand control methodof the PPE. Thisimprovedcostsavingandtime to complete the inventory.  Proposed toreplace the currentcascade systemthat was10 years oldwitha new model andfacilitatedthe donationof the oldsystemtoa local volunteerfire department.
  2. 2. CHARLES SCOTT PARTEN, 512 217 7260 ~ partencscott@yahoo.com  Emergencyresponse teamwaslackingmedical trainingbeyondbasicfirstaid.Proposedtomanagementto provide EmergencyCare Attendanttrainingfortwentymembersof the team.The teammorale increasedandthe dynamicof the team increased.  The emergencyeyewashcountforthe site isaround500. There wasnot a clear planforrepairsand whowas responsible forthem.Assistedthe twogroupstosplittingthembyinsideandoutside ownership.Alsodesigneda bannerthat wasmore visibleforwhenthe showerwasoutof service withadate of returnto service.  The emergencyresponse truckwasnotmaintainedbyone individual.Itookownershipof itandreorganizedit and had newshelvesinstalled.Labeledall the new totesandthe shelvessoeverythingwaseasiertofind. Response time decreaseddue new layout.  Proposedtopurchase tabletsforgroupto save time.Currentlyeachmemberhastoreturnfrom the fieldtodo fill outreports.Proposal wouldsave 20hoursa week.  Assistedinrestructuringthe evacuationprogramanddrillssite wide  Assistedinthe developmentof a certificationprogramforEHSTechnicians  Facilitate developmentandreview of JSA’s&PTP’s Early Career Advanced Micro Devices,Austin,Texas WaferFab Technician1995 – 1997 IPC Security,Woodlands,Texas ShiftSupervisor,1993 – 1995 Brand Scaffold,Port Arthur, Texas Lead Scaffold Builder1992 – 1993 UnitedStates Navy, Fire Control Technician 1990-1992 Honorable Discharge Education Bachelors of Science,Occupational Safety and Health,Magna Cum Laude, ColumbiaSouthernUniversity Associate of AppliedScience,Occupational SafetyandHealth,ColumbiaSouthernUniversity Associate of AppliedScience,ElectronicsEngineering Technology, ITTTechnical Institute Associate Safety Professional (ASP) CertifiedSafetyProfessional (CSP) Bronze CertifiedinLEAN Universityof TexasArlingtonOSHA trainingCenter OSHA AuthorizedGeneral IndustryTrainer OSHA 511 – OSHA Standardsfor General Industry OSHA 521 – Guide toIndustrial Hygiene OSHA 2015 – HazardousMaterials OSHA 2225 – RespiratoryProtection OSHA 510 – OSHA Standardsfor Construction OSHA 501 – TrainerCourse inOSHA Standardsfor General Industry OSHA 2264 – PermitRequire ConfinedSpace Certifications/Memberships SpecialistinSafetyandHealth(SSH) General IndustryCertification SpecialistinSafetyandHealth(SSH) ConstructionIndustryCertification EmergencyMedical TechnicianBasic(EMT-B) since 2005 Basic FirefighterCertificationState Fireman’s&Fire Marshalls’Association NFPA 472 Hazardous Material Technician ElginVolunteerFire Departmentsince 2000 HealthCare ProviderAHA CPRcertified

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