Battelle Memorial Institute
Demilitarization technician 2
February 1998 — April 2013
Operate and performing daily challenges, calibrations, routine maintenance and repairs on ACAMS (Automatic Continuous Monitoring System a form of GC Gas Chromatograph), DAAMS (Depot Area Air Monitoring System), and CEMS (Continuous Emissions Monitoring System) which are specialized equipment for furnace, duct and stack sampling. This equipment is formulated and configured for compliance with local and national RCRA, EPA, Title V, and the Clean Air Act regulations. Maintained legally defensive documentation as require by local, and US government agencies. Conducted hazardous waste sampling procedures for waste characterization (i.e. F999 and P999), and processed information. Collected solid waste samples such as concrete or soil, also liquid samples from storm water and waste water ponds.
• Perform all work according to SOP’s and LOP’s.
• DPE certified for toxic area entries where the possibility of chemical agent required OSHA “C”, “B”, or “A” levels of dress to complete safe monitoring
• Work a twelve hour rotating shift working days and nights.
• Current National Security Investigation background and security clearances.
• Collect and organize data using Excel, Word, and Windows Operating Systems.
• Safety oriented with a questioning attitude. With TOCDF being a VPP (Voluntary Protection Program) Star site with more than 13 million safe man hours worked, all employees have been encouraged to work safely, offering suggestions for improvement and have a questioning attitude to ensure safety.