EHS programs, training, inspection, risk assessment, and incident investigation
TaranceA 20-year environmental health and safety manager veteran
Developing and implementing EHS programs, Streamlining company procedures, Reducing injuries and property damage
Tarance is an experienced Environmental Health and Safety Manager with 20+ years of diverse experience in Environmental Health and Safety management.
He has extensive knowledge in developing and implementing EHS programs, training, inspection, risk assessment, incident investigation, emergency response, behavior-based safety, and auditing.
He’s demonstrated strong interpersonal communication skills, and adaptability to changing work environments.
Tarance has been actively involved in providing Environmental Health & Safety Compliance and Program development to several industries.
The result has been risk reduction, improvement of EHS program development, and lowering cost of company insurance premiums.
He accomplishes this by building a culture of safety, promoting observance of regulations and compliance, streamlining company procedures, and scheduling mandatory training.
While working as a consultant in the oil & gas industry, the sites under Tarance’s charge experienced annual reductions in injuries, property damage, and negative environmental impact issues.
He accomplished this through collaboration with on-site management and 3rd party contractors and safety training to promote safety awareness on site.
As Health & Safety Manager to a retail distribution center, Tarance previously reduced incident rates by 40%.
He developed and maintained required safety training programs.
He also decreased claims rates by 50% through providing incident management advice to 54 stores for associates who suffer on-the-job injuries or illnesses.
While serving as Environmental Health & Safety Director to the manufacturing industry, the company experienced a reduction in the Lost Work Day Incident Rate from 6.8 to less than 1.0 for each successive year by implementing efficiencies.
This also resulted in an Experience Mod Rate reduction from 1.23 to less than 1.0 for each successive year.