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Regina Kincaid – HSE

 

 EDUCATION

University of Alaska Anchorage  (August 2001 – December 2001)

Graduate Level classes completed:

  • Solid Waste Management
  • Water Quality Management

Northern Arizona University (August 1994- December 1998)

Bachelor of Science Environmental Science – Environmental Management

Nikiski Jr/Sr High School (August 1990 – May 1994)

High School Diploma

WORK EXPERIENCE

2012 to Present Contractor for PRA to BPXA

  • Project Manager of the removal of 2 miles of old Amaco oil and gas lines in Cook Inlet beach area. Managed two million dollar budget, construction crews, and was also the HSE representative on-site.
  • Currently covering the GTL remediation management postion at the GTL plant in Nikiski.

 2011 to 2012 Marathon Oil Company Environmental Coordinator

Environmental Owner of Reporting Systems to support field operations, SPCC, CERCLA, SARA, Title V, BLM, and NPDES

  • Emerging issues: Establish strategies for new or changing reporting requirements for all compliance programs and integration with the organization
  • Carry out EPA Method 9 and Method 22 visible emissions observations as necessary to facilitate reporting requirements of emissions from permitted sources
  • Provide oversight and knowledge to facilities in reporting excess emission and permit deviations to government agencies
  • Perform timely material release reporting to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
  • Knowledge of SPCC Rules and ADEC Oil and Other Hazardous Substances Pollution Control Statues and Regulations and the ability to communicate pertinent information to assets.
  • Responsible for notifications to ADEC within 24 hours of significant changes to an ADEC regulated tank secondary containment system under required ADEC regulatory framework.
    • Maintain communication with ADEC and facility for repair plans along with proper documentation.
    • Ensure compliance with Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) by assisting facilities and assets with project specific waste management guidance and planning, utilizing the concept of reuse, recycling and waste reduction as important aspects of the waste management planning process.

     

    • Ensure compliance reporting and notifications are completed and submitted on schedule with required accuracy
    • Execute due diligence around Environmental management database tools
    • Participate in incident investigations
    • Integration of professional work activities with HES Group
    • Prepare WOA facilities and assets for September 2007 EPA SPCC Inspection, based on relative pertinent past experience with EPA inspection
    • Provide Oil Discharge and Prevention Training and Redbook training to facility personnel and BPXA contractors
    • Obtain and maintain EPA Method 9 Visible Emissions Opacity Certification and supported opacity reading air compliance requirements across Cook Inlet assets
    • Participation as Environmental Representative in HES Leadership Committee meetings

     

     

    2008 to 2011 (Cook Inlet Environmental and Aware Consulting)

    2009-2011 (ConocoPhillips Cook Inlet): 

    • Third consecutive year providing environmental support for the ConocoPhillips’ Cook Inlet drilling program
    • Provided environmental support for the LNG Plant turnaround
    • Backfill for Cook Inlet Environmental Advisor position as needed beginning 2009 to current full time in position until filled
    • Certified redbook trainer, conducting all redbook training for ConocoPhillips Cook Inlet for past two years.

     

    2010-Present (Other Cook Inlet Oil Related Experience): 

    Oversight of NPDES compliance of authorized  discharges from industrial facilities identified as platforms to waters of the United States as well as non-storm water discharges.

    • Environmental remediation management at BP Gas-to-Liquids Plant (post shut-down)
    • Responsible for on-site compliance activities associated with facility’s air permit, water discharge permit, SPCC, SWPPP, and RCRA
    • Site contact for compliance and system audits and regulatory inspections
    • Participate in incident investigations/near misses, including primary responsibility for reporting, documentation, and remedial action tracking system
    • Work with onsite contractors to ensure adherence to HSE regulatory requirements and BP policies and practices
    • Hazardous waste profiling, budgeting, scheduling and shipping
    • Provide HSE support for daily operations and turnarounds
    • Waste minimization, including identification and implementation of cost-effective waste prevention and reduction measures

    2006 to 2008    BP Exploration Alaska   North Slope, AK.

     Environmental Advisor Western Operations Area

     Environmental Compliance and Oversight for Greater Prudhoe Bay Western Operations Area

    Environmental Owner of Reporting Systems to support field operations, SPCC, CERCLA, SARA, ODPCP, Title V, AOGCC, NPDES, SWPPP

    • Emerging issues: Establish strategies for new or changing reporting requirements for all compliance programs and integration with the organization
    • Ownership of release reporting, new chemicals review and their integration within the organization.
    • Comprehension of Greater Prudhoe Bay Air Compliance Reporting Procedure to provide guidance to field personnel for reporting and documentation of potential air compliance events
    • Carry out EPA Method 9 and Method 22 visible emissions observations as necessary to facilitate reporting requirements of emissions from permitted sources
    • Provide oversight and knowledge to facilities in reporting excess emission and permit deviations to government agencies
    • Knowledge and Comprehension of North Slope Spill Reporting, Cleanup, and Disposal Procedures with the ability to communicate requirements to field personnel
    • Perform timely material release reporting to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
    • Knowledge of SPCC Rules and ADEC Oil and Other Hazardous Substances Pollution Control Statues and Regulations and the ability to communicate pertinent information to assets.
    • Responsible for notifications to ADEC within 24 hours of significant incidences.
    • Maintain communication with ADEC and facility for repair plans along with proper documentation.
    • Ensure compliance with Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) by assisting facilities and assets with project specific waste management guidance and planning, utilizing the concept of reuse, recycling and waste reduction as important aspects of the waste management planning process.
    • Assist and work with all levels of the organization to identify and support activities that promote pollution prevention by developing relevant Environmental Bulletins to publicize, success stories, accomplishments, learnings, and environmental education across the North Slope.
    • Oversight of SWPPP and NPDES compliance of authorized storm water discharges from industrial facilities to waters of the United States as well as non-storm water discharges. Responsible for field management of nine facilities within the WOA along with multiple drill sites, wells, support facilities, infrastructure, and pipelines.
    • Designated responder to wildlife incidents, issues, and concerns in accordance with government agencies and BPXA Environmental Studies Team.
    • Personal commitment to team safety
    • Complete Training assignments on time
    • Complete Action Items on time
    • Ensure compliance reporting and notifications are completed and submitted on schedule with required accuracy
    • Execute due diligence around Environmental management database tools
    • Participate in incident investigations
    • Integration of professional work activities with HSE Group
    • Prepare WOA facilities and assets for September 2007 EPA SPCC Inspection, based on relative pertinent past experience with EPA inspections.
    • Provide Oil Discharge and Prevention Training and Redbook training to facility personnel and BPXA contractors
    • Environmental response and support of GC2 diesel spill to tundra. Worked closely with contractors to evaluate the spill and environmental impacts.  Developed Spill Cleanup, Sampling and Disposal Plan for BPXA and ADEC.  Carried out relevant sampling of multiple areas within the impacted area, including soil, ice, and water samples used to evaluate the extent of contamination and necessary cleanup criteria.  Participated in IMT as Environmental Field Representative and Liaison.
    • Obtain and maintain EPA Method 9 Visible Emissions Opacity Certification and supported opacity reading air compliance requirements across the North Slope
    • Participation as Environmental Representative in HSE Leadership Committee meetings

     2001 to 2006 Schlumberger Oilfield Services  NorthSlope, AK.

    Field Safety Coach/HSE Specialist        

  • Responsibilities: 
  • The Safety Coach heightens safety awareness, identifies hazards and focuses on safety behaviors to help maintain a workplace free of injury.
  • Frequent site visits to coach well work crews, perform work place inspections and participate in Pre-Job Safety Meeting activities.
  • Conduct and record Safety Audits to established BP / SLB standards on a regular basis.
  • Monitor and support the implementation of Schlumberger’s Behavior Based Safety Programs such as the Observation-Intervention process. Openly communicate with the BP Pirate Facilitators, share the trends and at risk behaviors that are recorded in the two processes.
  • Promote the use, review and development of written operational and HSE procedures and policies.
  • Assist with safety-critical operations.
  • Participate in the investigation and review of HSE incidents. This includes recording these events in the BP recordkeeping system TRACTION.
  • Share Lessons Learned within Schlumberger operations and the client/contractor community of Alaska.
  • The Safety Coach position will communicate closely with the BP Safety Advisors, BP Wells Group Supervisor, Schlumberger QHSE staff and management.
  • Assist in the implementation of QHSE programs that directly impact on HSE performance at the wellsite.
  • Attend and participate in the WS/WL welcome back, toolbox and safety meetings.
  • Attend and participate in the GPB Contractor Weekly Safety Meeting
  • Ensure compliance with Health, Safety & Environmental standards and regulations
  • Coordinate with State Environmental Agencies on remediation and construction projects
  • Conduct regular internal audits to ensure compliance with standards, policies and regulations
  • Act as contact for regulatory agencies
  • Communicate Safety and Environmental programs to clients and employees
  • Ensure compliance with required Permits to Operate
  • Ensure compliance with DOT documentation regulations
  • Update and Communicate site Emergency Response Plans
  • Facilitate Loss Prevention Meetings
  • Perform incident investigations and site assessments
  • Prepare Health, Safety & Environmental reports
  • Provide Health, Safety & Environmental training to field personnel
  • Provide regulatory required training to employees
  • Update an internal HSE website2000 Chemical Lab Technician Tesero RefineryWorked within the quality control laboratory located at the Nikiski refinery. Summer of 1997 and 1998College Intern IV Department of Environmental Conservation

    Worked within the Wastewater program.