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OBJECTIVE: As a self motivated Safety, Health, and Environmental Professional with excellent communication skills; abundant training experience, and proven leadership in extreme environments, I am seeking full time employment that would provide an opportunity to utilize my diverse skills and experience in all phases from conception, installation, and maintenance of natural gas pipelines and all facilities necessary for operations. My goals are to attain my Certification as a Safety Professional (CSP) and complete my Maters Degree in Safety / Environmental Management

Environmental, Health & Safety Manager

Checotah, OK

About Me


Engineering & Architecture


Environmental, Health & Safety Manager


At the top of my class graduating Suma Cum Laude, I accumulated an overall 3.83 GPA with a 3.9 at NSU, and 4.0 in both majors and awarded Academic Achievement Award for B.S. Safety Management and accepted by the RHO THETA SIGMA Honor Society while making President’s Honor Roll five consecutive semesters

Ideal Companies:

Natural Gas Construction Compaies

Education level:


Will Relocate:



Checotah, OK

Work Experiences

5/2008 - Present



  • In May 2008, I was one of the first to arrive to begin constructing Spread #1 of the Gulf South Expansion consisting of and Compressor Station near Sherman, TX involving over one-thousand workers and spanning across two states. Under Lead EI Ron Ladd my duties and responsibilities included Environmental Orientation Training, and monitoring compliance with rules and regulations of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), documenting non-compliance and problem areas and specializing in the monitoring of horizontal directional drilling of waterways. Also responsible for monitoring all work being performed safely and incompliance with all rules and regulations and had authority to stop all work if not in compliance.

5/2007 - 2/2008



  • My duties involved safety orientation training, conducting daily safety meetings, developing written safety and emergency response programs and compliance of all safety regulations for all workers on project including Inspectors at the Rayville Gulf South Office, workers at Delhi Warehouse, along with workers at two pipe yards. My chief responsibility was to maintain Safety as the number one priority for over seven hundred employees of the contractors and theirs subs during the construction of sixty-one miles of 42” natural gas pipeline, two Compressor Stations, and Interconnects. This was accomplished by monitoring and close observation that the contractors written safety programs sixty- four miles of 42” natural gas pipeline were being adhered to, identifying and documenting hazards, closely monitoring all excavations, tasks being performed by competent personnel especially when required by Veriforce, conducting random safety audits, collecting equipment inspections, death and accident investigations and determine root cause analysis, and documenting compliance or non-compliance with OSHA, DOT, inclusive with all local, state and federal regulations