If your facility uses, stores, manufactures, handles, or moves flammable or highly hazardous chemicals on site above the threshold quantity (TQ), OSHA does require PSM implementation. Learn the facts about process safety management.
Ms. Coon is a CSP Certified Safety Professional with 32 years of experience in process safety and health, and safety and environment (HSE) management. Her extensive background includes compliance, process safety, project management, continuous improvement, quality management, and environmental
regulations. She has implemented global asset integrity and electrical safety programs, led global process safety, and audited globally for Environmental, Health and Safety and process safety. Ms. Coon is a results-driven individual with a proven ability to work well with others, plan strategically, initiate and drive change, negotiate as needed, manage multiple projects, and improve processes.
Created, trained, and led an Asset Integrity and Reliability Program for eight years; implemented at 108 facilities when the program was started.
Revised corporate mechanical integrity procedures to include LOPA independent protection layers (IPLs) for high risk scenarios as critical equipment to better identify high hazard equipment.
Updated corporate procedures to define global critical equipment to better identify high hazard equipment.
Monitored progress and performance of plants through direct contact, review of measures, and audits
to ensure compliance with the process safety regulations and process safety policies and procedures.
Led teams that were responsible for corporate-wide compliance and process management programs.
Led global efforts to implement and monitor progress on the Asset Integrity and Reliability Program.
Guided four chemical facilities in China, including two in Changzhou and two in Nanjing and Jiangmen, on compliance with the U.S. version of PSM, which is similar to regulation AQ/T 3034.
Responsible for managing quality system and overseeing implementation of applicable cGMP regulations.
Experienced in creating engineering procedures for the design, installation, and operational qualification of cGMP processes with Good Engineering Practices project workflow.
Created, trained, and led an electrical safety program for over five years for 42 chemical facilities.
Certified Process Safety Professional (CCPSC)
Ohio State University
B.E., Chemical Engineering