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Clinton Wolfley, CSP, CHST
Position: Director-at-Large

Biography

CWolfley PhotoClinton Wolfley, CSP, CHST is UCOR’s Vice President of Safety Systems & Services in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. In this role, Clint is responsible for all environmental, occupational safety and health, industrial hygiene, radiological protection, emergency preparedness, safeguards and security, quality assurance, training, and contractor assurance system programs.

He previously worked for AECOM and its predecessor companies as a Safety and Health Senior Manager for Washington River Protection Solutions LLC, Hanford, Washington. He managed a multi-disciplinary team that provided project management, cost estimating, field operations, industrial hygiene, industrial safety, construction safety, and fire protection support to the operations and infrastructure that encompassed Hanford's 56 million gallons of highly radioactive and chemical waste.

Also with AECOM, Clint served as the Manager of Environmental Safety and Health for Sellafield Sites in the United Kingdom, where he was responsible for the development and implementation of the S&H program for the decommissioning, demolition, and heavy civil construction projects at the Sellafield Sites.

Other roles he served with AECOM predecessor companies included Construction Engineer Supervisor and Safety and Health Professional at Washington Closure Hanford, and Human Resources Technical Recruiter and Safety and Health Professional with the corporate office in Boise, Idaho.

Clint has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Boise State University and a Master of Science degree in International Construction/Project Management from the University of Florida. His certifications from the Board of Safety Certified Professionals includes Certified Safety Professional, Construction Health and Safety Technologist, and Safety Trained Construction Supervisor.

Platform Statement

My goals and vision for the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) mirrors those that already characterize the organization’s mandate – to identify hazards, protect people, prevent injuries, improve work environments and educate management that investing in safety is a sound business strategy.

 

In advocating for the OSH profession, I wholeheartedly subscribe to the four tenets articulated so well by former ASSP president Rixio Medina:

  1. I support evidence-based practices. As President Medina said, we must continue to make the case, both inside and outside the profession, that research and evidence drive problem-solving and support the practical, risk-based solutions we recommend.
  2. I believe in the importance and overarching value of communication. We must continuously strive to improve our ability to collaborate effectively with stakeholders, colleagues, employers and employees to enhance worker safety and health.
  3. I subscribe to ASSP’s long-held support for proactive risk management. As the Society continues to develop more resources to help expand risk-related skills, knowledge and abilities, our profession will benefit. By helping our organizations prevent losses before they occur, we can clearly demonstrate the business value of a safe, healthy workplace.
  4. I wholeheartedly agree with the ASSP belief that OSH professionals must be viewed as valued corporate partners who can develop and articulate business cases for protecting our employers’ internal and external assets, stakeholders and the community. We must continue to find new ways to influence the actions of individuals and work groups and to improve the output of systems so we can achieve shared goals.

As a member of ASSP and a Director-at-Large, I will make it my priority to do my part to enhance the value and benefit of ASSP membership and to increase awareness of the Society’s role in ensuring safe workplaces all across America.

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