William J. White, CSP, CPEA


B.S., Occupational Safety and Hygiene Management, Millersville University, 1989


Qualified Service Provider, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry
Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
Certified Professional Environmental Auditor (CPEA)


Mr. White has more than 13 years experience in development of safety and health programs, regulatory interpretations, auditing, program implementation and assessments.

  • Safety and heath program development
  • Training
  • Ergonomics
  • Construction safety and health


    SmithKline Beecham Onsite Health and Safety Professional

    Responsible for the site safety and health for SmithKline Beecham at the office complex (2400 employees) in downtown Philadelphia. At this facility, Mr. White is managing their ergonomics program which includes; program development, providing awareness training, conducting assessments, making improvements to employee work stations, providing the employees access to ergonomic equipment, review of new ergonomic products, and leading the ergonomics safety team. In addition, Mr. White is currently revising their emergency action plan, hazard communication program, and contractor safety program.

    Merck-Medco Onsite Health and Safety Professional

    Responsible for development of safety and health programs at the manufacturing facility in Willingboro, NJ. Mr. White has developed several programs including lock-out tag out, contractor safety, fall protection, and roof access, and has provided training to contractor personnel. Mr. White monitors contractor’s compliance with facility health and safety rules.

    Lockheed Martin Ergonomics Assessments

    Responsible for performing office workstation ergonomic assessments at the manufacturing and office facility, with a total of approximately 600 assessments to be performed. The project started in August 2000 and was completed in January 2001

    Corporate Health and Safety Engineer

    Responsible for the health and safety of the North American manufacturer field force, which included 1400 sales representatives, technicians, and technical marketing personnel. Developed a health and safety program which consisted of: writing and upgrading a field health and safety manual that contained 20 health and safety programs and 16 health and safety guidelines, provided health and safety training that consisted of creating support material, videotapes review and recommendations, and lectures, and provided information for the safety equipment catalog which involved reviewing and approving personal protective equipment for the field personnel. Conducted audits of manufacturing facilities, laboratories, and field sites. Was instrumental in developing a Computer Based Training (CBT) program. The CBT program involved review and revision of content, working with the computer specialist so it could be accessed over the intranet, provided use instructions, downloaded results, managed the database, provided reports, and answered questions. Provide health and safety information to customers and sales personnel. This information included the hazards of the chemicals in the manufactured products, industrial hygiene sampling recommendations, personal protective equipment recommendations, safety compliance, and implementation of health and safety programs.

    Delaware Department of Labor OSHA Consultation Program
    Industrial Hygienist/Safety Consultant

    Provided health and safety program audits to small companies within the state. The health and safety audits would include wall-to-wall site inspections, review of written programs such as confined space entry, lockout/tag-out, emergency action, etc. Assisted in the development of written safety programs. The industrial hygiene audits would include air sampling of metals, dusts, solvents, acids, and several other chemicals, facility-wide noise surveys and personal noise dosimetry, indoor air quality surveys which included the use of direct-reading instrumentation for carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, temperature, relative humidity, total volatile organic compounds, total particulates, and formaldehyde, review of written programs such as hazard communication, respiratory protection, bloodborne pathogens etc., assisted in the development of written industrial hygiene programs. In addition, Mr. White provided detailed reports for all the audits, conducted follow-up surveys to assure correction abatement, provided informal training on all OSHA health and safety programs, and answered questions.

    Construction Health and Safety Audits

    Mr. White provided wall-to-wall health and safety inspections at several construction sites for the State of Delaware. The inspections were conducted during three specific phases of the building process, which included after the steel was in place, when the permanent walls were installed, and during final construction.

    Safety Specialist

    Responsible for assisting the safety director in maintaining and managing the health and safety program for a manufacturer. Mr. White provided air sampling for asbestos and other organic compounds, conducted area noise surveys and personal noise dosimetry, revised the fire safety and hazard communication programs, and conducted an assessment of the ventilation systems.


    American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
    American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)

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