Director / Manager of Safety and Health

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My name is Robert Brounstein and my profession is Occupational Safety and Health. I am a Certified Industrial Hygienist, Certified Safety Professional as well as possessing a masters degree in health physics. I currently work as the Corporate Director of Safety and Health for TerranearPMC, an environmental contractor at many DOE sites as well as Army Corps of Engineers. One of the aspects of my job that I take great pleasure is mentoring my junior staffed professionals within the occupational safety and health field. I enjoy working in the field while also writing corporate S&H program documents such as policies, procedures, training programs, etc. An area of expertise where I take great pride and enjoyment is training. As you may see from my resume, I have taught at the university level as well as having presented such topics as respiratory protection, HAZWOPER classes and (per 10 CFR 851 requirements) for many of the projects I have been assigned.
I have worked at many Department of Energy Sites; one of which was the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in Carlsbad, New Mexico, where I served as the Manager of Safety and Health for the company where transuranic waste from various sites throughout the US was retrieved, characterized, transported to the WIPP Facility and emplaced in an underground Category II nuclear facility. This project received the Corporate “President’s Award” for achieving approximately 1.5 million work hours for one year without a lost work day due to a work-related illness or injury. Within this time period my project worked 385 consecutive days without an OSHA recordable case.
My experiences are vast, from working at large construction projects (building a paper mill in the Upper Peninsula, MI.) to remediation, D&D operations, underground construction, indoor air quality, replacement of steam generators, examination of industrial equipment, fire suppression systems and basic life safety codes per NFPA 101. All these processes require the skilled disciplines of hazard recognition, evaluation, and controls, thus ensuring the health and safety of employees, and community, while maintaining a steady state production level.

Las Vegas, NV 89129

This example was posted: 3/1/2010 10:04:18 AM EST

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