Mr. Jon J Pina
Evergreen Environmental Health & Safety, Inc.
368 Rt. 110
Indiana PA, 15701
Thirty plus years in Safety, Health, and Environmental for demolition, construction, coal, chemical, steel, asbestos abatement, scaffolds, hazardous waste. Safety Science faculty and an independent consultant.
BIO / Resume / CV:
SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE: Thirty plus years in safety managemen, loss prevention, consultation for demolition, construction, coal, chemical, steel, scaffolds and hazardous waste operations. Construction Manager, Chemical Plant Operator, Plant Maintenance, and Union Pipefitter. Taught environmental, earth and space science for five years in the Pennsylvania public school system. Presently Indiana University of PA Safety Science faculty and an independent consultant. EDUCATION: MS in Safety Management-Indiana University of Pennsylvania-1989 MS in Geology-Indiana University of Pennsylvania-1978 BS in Geoscience Education-Indiana University of Pennsylvania-1972 CERTIFICATIONS: Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Certified by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals, certificate #12775 Certified Professional Instructor II, certificate #75-044339.Defensive Driver, National Safety Council, Certificate # 4121503 40 hr. Hazardous Waste Protection Certificate (HAZWOPER) 8 hr. Supervisory HAZWOPER 32 hr. Asbestos Abatement Contractor/ Supervisory Certification 24 hr. Asbestos Building Inspector DOE Radiation Worker II DOT Air Shipping Dangerous Goods Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - certified 1985-1998 WORK EXPERIENCE: (Partial) 1999-Present INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Faculty, PA/OSHA Consultation Program Provides OSHA consultation services for private industry through a federal/state grant. Safety Sciences Department faculty position. 1997-Present EVERGREEN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY, INC. Performs environmental, health and safety consulting, inspections, Phase I&II Environmental Assessments, Defensive Driver training; conducts HAZWOPER and Forklift certification. Expert/consultant for plaintiff and defense attorneys. OSHA consultation. 1994-1997 INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION (formerly IT Group and now Shaw Infrastructure) Monroeville, PA Corporate Health and Safety Manager for the Engineering, Construction, and Remediation Division. Responsibilities included home office support for all programs for private industry, government, military, and superfund projects. Most projects involved the removal, encapsulation, stabilization, or incineration of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. Many of the military sites required the locating, excavating, and destruction of explosive ordnances. Support and direction provided for over thirty health and safety professionals assigned to field projects and other offices. Developed intern program for IUP safety science majors. Worked with case managers, workers compensation, and legal departments. 1981-1994 ICF KAISER ENGINEERS, INC., Pittsburgh, PA 1989-1994 Environmental Health and Safety Manager and Site Manager for the environmental and site restoration division. Managed asbestos abatement, environmental remediation, and demolition of steel mills, coke plants, chemical plants, paper mills, aluminum smelting, and other various processing facilities. Included among the large steel facilities demolished were USX Duquesne Works, USX McKeesport National Tube Works, LTV Aliquippa Coke, LTV Donner-Hanna Coke in Buffalo, NY, LTV Cleveland Coke, and several others. Managed the cleanup and demolition of the Fike Chemical Superfund Site in Nitro, WV., an infamous batch chemical plant that was built over a former ammunition plant. Conducted RI/FS sampling on 8 DEW line Radar Stations on Alaskas north shore. 1981-1988 Safety Director and Plant Operator for the Electric Power Research Institutes (EPRI) Coal Quality Development Center in Homer City, PA. Conducted monthly safety audits and safety meetings. The following were a few of the topics presented at the monthly safety meeting/training sessions: proper lifting techniques, fall protection, fire brigade training, electrical hazards, radiological exposure, electrical/ mechanical/ pneumatic lockout procedures, hazardous material handling, oxyacetylene/welding, forklift/front end loader operation, conveyor belt safety, hoists / chainfalls/rigging procedures, first aid training, "HAZCOM" (worker "Right-To-Know" ), toxicological effects of chemicals, dust hazards, chemical substance abuse, and employee attitude effects toward accident prevention. Responsibilities included administering all aspects of First Aid to plant and office personnel. Conducted preliminary design work on proof-of-concept process plant utilizing methylene chloride for coal/refuse separation. Developed safety procedures for plant layout and operation. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), - elected to Professional Member Status in 1996 - member of local Western Pennsylvania chapter of ASSE American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) American Trauma Society. FEE SCHEDULE: Expert Designation Fee:(amount charged to use expert's name, applied to case): $1000.00 Retainer Fee:(usually applied toward the last invoice): $1,500 Non-Testimonial:(consulting/analysis): $230/hr Testimonial: (deposition and in court): $230/hr Travel Policy (rates): $230/hr Misc. (expenses and other costs): Government rate for mileage and incidental expenses
Osha Safety Health Environmental Asbestos Forklifts Slip And Fall Hazards Hazardous Materials Demolition Construction Manager Fire Explosion Prevention Defensive Driver Osha Epa Dot Regulations Expert Consultant Plaintiff Defense Attorneys Scaffolds