Veolia ES adds EHSQ staff for GOM operations
HOUSTON -- Veolia ES – Offshore Marine Division announced the addition of Theresa Purdy as their new EHS Director and Sharon Webb as their new Quality Coordinator. The additions are in response to Veolia’s growing presence in the Gulf of Mexico and to allow closer communication with customers requiring a higher standard of EHSQ.
Theresa comes to Veolia with over 22 years of experience in the areas of manufacturing, industrial services, petrochemical as well as oil and gas. Theresa has successfully designed implemented and managed health, personnel safety, process safety, security, emergency response, and environmental initiatives from local level to global level programs. With Veolia her responsibilities will cover development, implementation, audit, and maintenance of Health, Safety, and Environmental Management Systems and Programs. She currently is a Six Sigma Black Belt, Licensed Professional Engineer and Paramedic, also holding a Bachelor in Psychology and Master of Science, Industrial Engineering from Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Ms. Sharon Webb joins Veolia with 15 years of experience in Health, Safety, Environment and Quality experience. After 6 years as an Army Intelligence Officer, Sharon has held various positions supporting and implementing all types of safety programs, audit processes and training. Sharon holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Houston, Masters in Clinical Psychology/Organizational leadership from Texas Southern University, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education from Argosy University. In her current role she will be responsible for…implementation and management the Offshore Marine Division’s Quality Management System.