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BILL RISK, CRSP, P.GSC., ESS
1615 Quality Way S.E. Telephone: (403) 222-5555
High River, Alberta Cellular: (587) 222-6999
T2V 1T9 Email: [email protected].ca
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Professional, self driven, disciplined, highly organized Regional HSE Manager with 8+ years of progressively senior safety
experience and 20 years of combined construction experience including:
T Safety Planning & Program Management T Risk & Hazard Assessments - PHA, JHA, FLRA, GRA, SOP
T Environmental Safeguards & Ergonomics T Permit, Regulatory & Safety Compliance
T Risk Analysis & Mitigation Plans T KPI, Metrics, Lag/Lead, Project & Progress Reporting
T Site Inspections, HSE Audits & Investigations T Certifications & Safety Training
T SCAT, Tap Root & Root Cause Analysis T Committee and Senior Management Representation
T Client Relations & Communications T Subcontractor Negotiations, Contracts & Relations
Professional Gold Seal Certification (P.GSC.) 2009 - present
Member of the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (CRSP) 2007 - present
Member of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineers (CSSE) 2006 - present
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
LINEHAM CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING
Regional HSE Manager - Major Infrastructure Projects
2007 - present
Reporting to the GM, oversee the HSE Management System for Southern Alberta with 10 direct reports, 800 employees,
$2MM operations budget and up to 40 projects concurrently (e.g. Calgary West LRT, Edmonton North LRT, Calgary and
Saskatoon Ring Roads, Peace Bridge, Alberta and Ontario Wind Farms).
! Plan, execute and direct HSE Management System (MS) for major infrastructure, structural steel, earthworks,
transmission, comm ercial and industrial projects ($30M M to $500M M) within W estern Canada and Ontario
ACCOMPLISHMENTS & CONTRIBUTIONS
Z Reduced TRIF from 30% to 7% (14 % below industry standards of 21%); launched task specific tailgate
meetings and quality toolbox meetings; introduced proper hazard/FLRA/group risk assessments, improved
inspections and achieved buy-in from Operations for the HSE MS; implemented claims management, HSE control
and Foremen specific training along with proper certifications (NCSO, COR) for all management and supervisory
safety personnel
Z Raised safety standard significantly through multiple new initiatives which subsequently reduced LTIs from 16
to 3 incidents annually
Z Negotiated Operations buy-in and executed task specific PPE, substance abuse, Leading Indicator Activity
Calendar and SureFit programs to Southern Alberta which contributed to a 60% decrease in safety incidents
Z Recognized by peers as a Leader in safety and received superior performance ratings four consecutive years
based on communications, safety record, attendance and accountability
Z Worked with VP, HSE Program Manager and Regional Safety Managers to design and implement the new HSE
Management System; based on CSA Z1000 and ANSI Z10 standards, it was rolled out company-wide and led
to continuous improvement of the Plan Do Check Act (i.e. project planning, organization and execution)
KEY FUNCTIONS
Direct and coordinate strategic planning, organization and execution of the HSE Management System including resource
allocation, client relations, risk mitigation strategies, site audits, regulatory compliance, incident investigations,
governmental representation, external committee involvement, WCB reporting, budgeting, forecasting, subcontractor
pre-qualifications and training.
STAFFING & RESOURCE ALLOCATION
! Recruit, interview, select, hire, schedule and allocate safety projects to 10 direct reports (i.e. HSE Supervisor,
Senior HSE Coordinators, HSE Coordinators, HSE Administrator, HSE Trainer)
! Administer probationary, disciplinary and performance evaluations of all staff under leadership
! Plan, organize, allocate resources (i.e. labour, LOA) and execute pre-construction safety programs (e.g. group
risk assessments, project hazard assessments, project specific site safety plans, training & ERP matrix)
! Organize and coordinate training, employee orientations, certifications, audits, inspections and environmental
assessments and risk mitigation strategies; staff, projects and sites
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