Edward Ballo spent a significant amount of his career in the aerospace industry. He worked at several sites as an Engineer II and Sr. HSE&F manager. Both sites were complex because of their size, age, operations and locations. The sites included prototype and wet bench laboratories. Both sites included Title V air permitting, multiple wet processes locations, waste water treatment, Large Quantity Hazardous Waste generation and large scale soil and ground water remediation efforts.
The primary focus for occupational safety and health were in the areas of hand safety, pressure testing, lifting, working from heights, confined spaces, lockout/tagout, hot work permitting, chemical management and exposure, hearing conservation and contractor safety. During Edward’s entire EHS career, he has led or worked closely with occupational safety and health professionals to better understand the injuries or illnesses involved in the industry, and he has garnered experience that he has used to develop a “lessons learned” portfolio to mitigate future incidences.
Edward has spent a significant amount of time working with safety committees, teaching others the proper way of interfacing with EHS risks and auditing programs and systems. Under Edward’s tutelage, Six Sigma, Lean and Project Management methodologies were constantly being deployed to continuously improve the workplace relative to EHS compliance and behaviors.
For environmental needs in the aerospace industry, contact Edward Ballo with e3s Consulting.