Services

Environmental, Regulatory, Health and Safety Representative

Summary:

Environmental Engineering Design Compliance
Regulatory Design Compliance
HSE Compliance

Work History

Environmental & Regulatory Team Lead

Northridge Energy Development Group

February 2012 - August 2012

• Lead projects for environmental engineering design and plan: planning on permitting regulatory and environmental work
• Prepare environmental and regulatory municipal, provincial and federal applications
• Prepare Air Dispersion Modelling- AERMOD, Calpuff
• Consult regulatory inquiries on both environmental and regulatory side.
• Coordinate environmental and regulatory projects with Alberta Environment, ERCB, BCOGC and SMER.
• Check and comply engineering design with regulations of government.
• Prepare audit binder for Alberta ERCB, B.C. Oil & Gas Commission (OGC), Saskatchewan Industry and Resources (SIR) and National Energy Board (NEB) applications, along with auxiliary project applications including Industry Notification Letters, Pipeline application, facility application, building permits, development permits, code of practice, drilling water permit, EPEA approval, AUC approval, and C&R permit.
• Performing Environmental Resources Conservation Board Directives with pipeline, facility, noise impact assessment, environmental impact assessment for AB, BC & SK.
• Prepare Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ) calculation, stress pressures, partial pressure, emission rate spacing calculations.
• Prepare HAZOP, health and safety, regulations.

HSE (Environmental Health and Safety)Representative

Pace Oil and Gas LTD

August 2012 - August 2012

• Audit and manage incident reports, contractor certificate, qualification, manage Libra, ABcan, and ISnetworld, Synergy system.
• Developing HSE management system, prepare on COR
• Responsible for providing guidance on areas such as regulatory requirements (ERCB, NEB, Alberta Environment), safety and environmental issues, monitoring systems and Pace’s overall HSE operations.
• Coordinate, plan and audit environmental remediation, reclamation projects for Southern Alberta.
• Ensure systems and processes are in place for Pace’s HSE activities including management systems, incident reporting, environmental and safety training as well as regulatory and licensing compliance;
• Monitor, audit and review HSE systems and processes to ensure continuous improvement;
• Coordinate health and safety programs (contractor management, consulting companies management) where personnel are provided with sufficient training, resources and systems;
• Coordinate environmental monitoring programs (surface water, ground water, soil, air quality, vegetation, etc.) through cost-efficient methods while ensuring license conditions and reporting requirements are met;
• Analyze and interpret technical data from HSE programs and processes for trends and recommend improvement initiatives;
• Ensure regulatory compliance; if regulatory or legislative changes occur, advise on
potential operational impact to facilitate future planning;
• Plan, participate in and facilitate as required field safety meetings, inspections and
audits;
• Assist in the development, continuous improvement and implementation of internal HSE
standards, procedures and training materials;
• Coordinate license renewals and amendments;
• Participate in response to and investigations of significant incidents.
• Manage reclamation and remediation work in all fields.
• Manage Air Dispersion Modelling
Manage applications, licenses and exemptions from ERCB, Alberta Environment, NEB,

Environmental & Regulatory Team Lead

Northridge Energy Development Group

February 2012 - August 2012

• Lead projects for environmental engineering design and plan: planning on permitting regulatory and environmental work
• Prepare environmental and regulatory municipal, provincial and federal applications
• Prepare Air Dispersion Modelling- AERMOD, Calpuff
• Consult regulatory inquiries on both environmental and regulatory side.
• Coordinate environmental and regulatory projects with Alberta Environment, ERCB, BCOGC and SMER.
• Check and comply engineering design with regulations of government.
• Prepare audit binder for Alberta ERCB, B.C. Oil & Gas Commission (OGC), Saskatchewan Industry and Resources (SIR) and National Energy Board (NEB) applications, along with auxiliary project applications including Industry Notification Letters, Pipeline application, facility application, building permits, development permits, code of practice, drilling water permit, EPEA approval, AUC approval, and C&R permit.
• Performing Environmental Resources Conservation Board Directives with pipeline, facility, noise impact assessment, environmental impact assessment for AB, BC & SK.
• Prepare Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ) calculation, stress pressures, partial pressure, emission rate spacing calculations.
• Prepare HAZOP, health and safety, regulations.

Environmental Engineering and Regulatory Analyst

IMV Projects

April 2011 - February 2012

1. Prepare Air Dispersion Modelling of NO2, SO2 and H2S using AEROMOD and CALPUFF.
2. Prepare land application using GIS (Geography Information system)
3. Prepare facility application and pipeline application for ERCB approval including base map, PFD, CSA Z662, Corrosion, Pipeline checklist and Facility Checklist, ect. according to Directive 56.
4. Audit design and equipment for mechanical and process engineering. Comply design with Directive 56 and directive 60 (Double wall tank purchase).
5. Calculate H2S concentration

Environmental Engineering and Regulatory Analyst

IMV Projects

April 2011 - January 2012

1. Prepare Air Dispersion Modelling of NO2, SO2 and H2S using AEROMOD and CALPUFF.
2. Prepare land application using GIS (Geography Information system)
3. Prepare facility application and pipeline application for ERCB approval including base map, PFD, CSA Z662, Corrosion, Pipeline checklist and Facility Checklist, ect. according to Directive 56.
4. Audit design and equipment for mechanical and process engineering. Comply design with Directive 56 and directive 60 (Double wall tank purchase).
5. Calculate H2S concentration

Environmental Consultant/ Representitive

Summerhill Group

January 2008 - January 2011

Support environmental protection and waste management goals through seasonal light bulb exchange and “Mow Down” pollution initiatives. Promote recycling efforts while consulting with customers on methods to reduce energy consumption; report customer issues & survey findings to client management.
• Conducted survey interviews with customers; explained environmental policies and regulations, and advised on techniques to improve energy efficienc

Lead of Environmental Health and Safety

Compass Group Canada

November 2007 - April 2011

Train and guide employees at food services vendor to understand and comply with government health and safety regulations; conduct workplace inspections, perform hazard identification and assessments, deliver weekly / monthly training and maintain health and safety online training materials.
• Provided expertise on key topics for operating in fast-paced production environment including Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), first aid, fire prevention, accidental release response, ingredient handling and storage, material transportation and disposal exposure controls, personal protection, chemical properties, toxicology and ecology protection.

HSE (Environmental Health and Safety)Representative

Pace Oil and Gas

• Audit and manage incident reports, contractor certificate, qualification, manage Libra, ABcan, and ISnetworld, Synergy system.
• Developing HSE management system, prepare on COR
• Responsible for providing guidance on areas such as regulatory requirements (ERCB, NEB, Alberta Environment), safety and environmental issues, monitoring systems and Pace’s overall HSE operations.
• Coordinate, plan and audit environmental remediation, reclamation projects for Southern Alberta.
• Ensure systems and processes are in place for Pace’s HSE activities including management systems, incident reporting, environmental and safety training as well as regulatory and licensing compliance;
• Monitor, audit and review HSE systems and processes to ensure continuous improvement;
• Coordinate health and safety programs (contractor management, consulting companies management) where personnel are provided with sufficient training, resources and systems;
• Coordinate environmental monitoring programs (surface water, ground water, soil, air quality, vegetation, etc.) through cost-efficient methods while ensuring license conditions and reporting requirements are met;
• Analyze and interpret technical data from HSE programs and processes for trends and recommend improvement initiatives;
• Ensure regulatory compliance; if regulatory or legislative changes occur, advise on
potential operational impact to facilitate future planning;
• Plan, participate in and facilitate as required field safety meetings, inspections and
audits;
• Assist in the development, continuous improvement and implementation of internal HSE
standards, procedures and training materials;
• Coordinate license renewals and amendments;
• Participate in response to and investigations of significant incidents.
• Manage reclamation and remediation work in all fields.
• Manage Air Dispersion Modelling
Manage applications, licenses and exemptions from ERCB, Alberta Environment, NEB,

Projects

Environmental & Regulatory Team Lead

• Lead projects for environmental engineering design and plan: planning on permitting regulatory and environmental work
• Prepare environmental and regulatory municipal, provincial and federal applications
• Prepare Air Dispersion Modelling- AERMOD, Calpuff
• Consult regulatory inquiries on both environmental and regulatory side.
• Coordinate environmental and regulatory projects with Alberta Environment, ERCB, BCOGC and SMER.
• Check and comply engineering design with regulations of government.
• Prepare audit binder for Alberta ERCB, B.C. Oil & Gas Commission (OGC), Saskatchewan Industry and Resources (SIR) and National Energy Board (NEB) applications, along with auxiliary project applications including Industry Notification Letters, Pipeline application, facility application, building permits, development permits, code of practice, drilling water permit, EPEA approval, AUC approval, and C&R permit.
• Performing Environmental Resources Conservation Board Directives with pipeline, facility, noise impact assessment, environmental impact assessment for AB, BC & SK.
• Prepare Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ) calculation, stress pressures, partial pressure, emission rate spacing calculations.
• Prepare HAZOP, health and safety, regulations.

HSE Representative

• Audit and manage incident reports, contractor certificate, qualification, manage Libra, ABcan, and ISnetworld, Synergy system.
• Developing HSE management system, prepare on COR
• Responsible for providing guidance on areas such as regulatory requirements (ERCB, NEB, Alberta Environment), safety and environmental issues, monitoring systems and Pace’s overall HSE operations.
• Coordinate, plan and audit environmental remediation, reclamation projects for Southern Alberta.
• Ensure systems and processes are in place for Pace’s HSE activities including management systems, incident reporting, environmental and safety training as well as regulatory and licensing compliance;
• Monitor, audit and review HSE systems and processes to ensure continuous improvement;
• Coordinate health and safety programs (contractor management, consulting companies management) where personnel are provided with sufficient training, resources and systems;
• Coordinate environmental monitoring programs (surface water, ground water, soil, air quality, vegetation, etc.) through cost-efficient methods while ensuring license conditions and reporting requirements are met;
• Analyze and interpret technical data from HSE programs and processes for trends and recommend improvement initiatives;
• Ensure regulatory compliance; if regulatory or legislative changes occur, advise on
potential operational impact to facilitate future planning;
• Plan, participate in and facilitate as required field safety meetings, inspections and
audits;
• Assist in the development, continuous improvement and implementation of internal HSE
standards, procedures and training materials;
• Coordinate license renewals and amendments;
• Participate in response to and investigations of significant incidents.
• Manage reclamation and remediation work in all fields.
• Manage Air Dispersion Modelling
Manage applications, licenses and exemptions from ERCB, Alberta Environment, NEB,

Qualifications & Certifications

Bachelor of Environmental Science Concentration in Geography

University of Calgary

Dentistry

Medical University of Tianjin

University of Calgary

Bachelor

The University of Calgary

diploma

Tianjin Medical University

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