Patrick Lee, MPH, CIH, CSP
Federal Aviation Administration, Safety & Environmental Compliance Manager
- Serves as the Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health (EOSH) Technical Program Manager for Air Traffic Organization (ATO) District Office with the overall authority and responsibility for compliance with federal, state, and local EOSH regulations.
- Coordinates and manages field EOSH technical program elements focusing on fuel storage tanks, NEPA requirements, fall protection, electrical safety, lockout/tagout, construction support, training, policy development, and accident investigation.
- Identifies and prioritizes program initiatives based upon resource availability. Coordinates with District Managers on prioritization and implementation strategies for key program elements. Identifies expert resources to facilitate EOSH requirements when necessary.
- Prepares reports and/or briefings on EOSH program status and accomplishments.
- Develops scopes of work for contract resources require to implement specific aspects of EOSH program operations.
- Monitors and evaluates EOSH programs and develops recommendations for improving compliance.
- Responds to emergencies, resolve issues, and acquires recourse for mitigation.
- Analyzes jobs processes, products, or other systems to determine the risk to employees.
- Recommends modifications to workplaces to control or eliminate hazards.
- Inspects workplaces for compliance with established EOSH policies/standards and to identify potential new hazards.
- Reviews project plans and specifications for facilities/equipment to ensure compliance.
- Develop/implement programs to reduce frequency, severity, and cost of accidents and occupational illnesses.
- Train employees in various techniques in proper environmental, health and safety practices which include but are not limited to HazCom, electrical safety, and fall protection.
New York Medical College, Adjunct Assistant Professor
- Designed and provide classroom instructions and lectures on various topics in Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene. Topics include but are not limited to biosafety, ergonomics, hierarchy of controls, environmental health and safety regulations, accident investigations/workers compensation, and personal/area surveillance monitoring.
- Lecture and communicate topics effectively with students of diverse backgrounds.
- Work closely with Assistant Professors in higher education on various college issues.