I worked with this gentleman on his pollution prevention plan. He is very good, and saved his company a lot of money by reducing waste. Due to the bad economy he is looking for employment. If you know anyone needing a good EHS manager please let contact him. (Word version attached) Scott Johnson 11215 Research Boulevard Apartment 2078 Austin, Texas 78750 Phone 512-342-2805 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Work Experience Dec. 2002-Aug. 2003 Severn Trent Laboratories, Austin TX Environmental Health & Safety Cor. / Hazardous Materials Tech III § Responsible for all EH&S procedures, accident-prevention research, and safety improvements for environmental testing lab. § Conducted inspections to document lab compliance with OSHA, NIOSH, and internal safety protocols. § Introduced new personal protective equipment use and accident prevention practices that reduced labwide OSHA-reportable incidences. § Trained employees in safety procedures and newly developed safety improvements. § Responsible for all collection, transportation, tracking, and disposal of hazardous lab waste including: satellite accumulation, direct sampling, waste bulking, and lab packing. § Reduced overall lab waste by 35%, lowering lab into a smaller waste-production class while saving $100,000 in a single fiscal year. § Developed waste reduction plan and installation and implementation of an onsite waste treatment unit to further lower waste amounts and cut processing costs. § Developed close working relationships with both TECQ and several Austin-based waste disposal companies. § HAZWOPER, DOT HAZMAT, and OSHA certified. Professionally certified driver. § Familiar with waste classes, DOT codes, and manifest preparation. May 2001- Dec 2002 Severn-Trent Laboratories, Austin TX Sample Control Tech. III / Sample Disposal Tech. III § Responsible for intake, cataloging, and tracking of air, water, and soil samples from clients such as DuPont and Union Carbide for environmental testing. § Performed collection and delivery of samples on an ongoing basis in a company vehicle. § Oversaw sample disposal process from sample receipt through storage and final disposal. Involved in design of disposal process to ensure compliance with EPA and DOT regulations. January-December 2000 TruGreen/Rentokil, Austin TX Interior Tropical Plant Specialist § Performed all aspects of indoor tropical plant care including: installation, monitoring, maintenance, pest control, and removal. § Serviced clients such as State Farm Insurance, Susan Dell, Omni Hotel, Motorola, and LBJ Library on a weekly basis. March-June 1999 Tree Clinic, Inc., Austin TX Arboricultural Chemical Technician § Head of chemical application department. Applied foliar and subcutaneous fungicides, herbacides and insecticides to trees for homes and businesses. Intern July 1996 Smithsonian Institute, Hirshorne Museum Sculpture Research Intern and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C. § Researched environmental impacts on various types of sculpture, photodegration of acrylics and high sulfur acid rain on outdoor bronzes and stone works. Education Ferrum College Ferrum VA Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science, 1996 § Senior Thesis: Environmental impact on public and private works of art. § Ferrum College course in U.S. Virgin Islands, Summer 1992. Thesis: Current dependent coral distribution study. Tomas Vinson-Peng www.p2Plan.org Fax: 512/239-3165 Phone: 512/239-3182 Engineering Specialist Texas Commission on Environmental Quality MC112 PO Box 13087 Austin, Tx 78711-3087 email@example.com Disclaimer: Regulatory guidance e-mails are provided to quickly get you an answer to legal requirements. They are not a substitute for compliance with the regulation, but guidance based on the best information available to the staff of TNRCC at the time.