Josh DeAtley, CSP, CET

Instructor - Bowen EHS

Mr. DeAtley is the Director of HS&E, Field Services for Express Energy Services.  His experience in HS&E encompasses 25 years in varying industries including Petro-Chem, Manufacturing and Oil and Gas.  He is a graduate of Texas A&M University who has dedicated his career to protecting the health and wellbeing of his fellow workers.

Professional Experience

EXPRESS ENERGY SERVICES, HOUSTON, TX
HS&E Manager, Drilling Services, 2013 to Present

  • Facilitation of audit processes to assure adherence to quality, health, safety and environmental management systems consistent with ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 initiatives.
  • Design, development and deployment of practices and procedures for the elimination of occupational injuries and illness and environmental impact. Primary responsibilities inclusive of North America.
  • Application of practical risk assessment techniques to identify in-process work practices, hazards associated with such and the adequate control measures necessary to guard against identified hazards.
  • Assist in design and development of training protocol. Lead instructor at Company training facility.


V&M STAR, HOUSTON, TX
Sr. EHS Coordinator, 2012-2013

  • Facilitation of audit processes to assure adherence to health, safety and environmental management systems consistent with ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 initiatives.
  • Design, development and deployment of global practices and procedures for the elimination of occupational injuries and illness and environmental impact.
  • Application of practical risk assessment techniques to identify in-process work practices, hazards associated with such and the adequate control measures necessary to guard against identified hazards.
  • Comprehensive workplace inspection process design and deployment.

 

PLY GEM WINDOWS (ALENCO), BRYAN, TX
Director of Risk Management/Environmental, 2006 to 2012

  • Directly responsible for the design, development and deployment of policies and procedures exacted in efforts to minimize or eliminate occupational injury and illness.
  • Responsible for compliance with 1910 General Industry Standards for multi-state manufacturing facilities in Texas, Georgia, Virginia, Ohio, California and Washington.
  • Responsible for adherence to applicable local, state and federal air permitting, storm water permitting and spill prevention, controls and countermeasures for national manufacturing facilities including, but not limited to EPA Title V permitted facilities.
  • Responsible for multi-state worker’s compensation claims management.
  • Comprehensive root cause analysis utilization for incident investigation to determine causal factors and controls necessary to eliminate recurrence of incidents.
  • Implementation of behavior based safety techniques geared toward employee engagement in incident reduction.

 

Certification and Training

BOARD OF CERTIFIED SAFETY PROFESSIONALS
Certified Safety Professional (CSP), 2012
Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer (CET), 2013

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
First Aid/CPR/AED, 2013

CAPITAL SAFETY
Fall Protection Competent Person Train-The-Trainer, 2014

COUNCIL ON CERTIFICATION OF HEALTH, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY TECHNOLOGISTS
Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST), 2002

DET NORSKE VERITAS
Accident Investigation, Practical Risk Assessment, 2001

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH CENTER AT TYLER
Occupational Spirometric Testing, 1997

SCAFFOLD TRAINING INSTITUTE
Scaffolding “Train-The-Trainer”, 1996

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
OSHA Course 500, 1996

TEXAS ENGINEERING EXTENSION SERVICE
8 Week Environmental Technician Course, 1996

TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), 1993

 

Updated on November 11, 2016