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D. Ray Scott, CSP, PE

With 40 years of EHS experience, Ray Scott is well-versed at recognizing and addressing safety challenges at the root-level, with real-world solutions that not only save lives but bolster the bottom line for the companies that he serves.

Over the course of his career at multiple locations in Alcoa/Arconic, Inc., Ray combined his expertise in EHS management with human performance behavior strategies to ensure safety compliance in equipment design, layouts and expansion projects for the Fortune 500 company. His work has taken him from Texas to Dubai, and Ray met the unique challenges of each location. On a project in Saudi Arabia, he achieved almost 40 million hours without an LWD case on the construction and commissioning of an aluminum rolling mill.

Most recently, he provided consultative EHS oversight to plant leadership for a newly commissioned bauxite refinery and ensured that the company’s Environment, Health and Safety principles, standards and best practices were employed and executed in the completion of the Automotive expansion project at the rolling mill. Additionally, Ray has served as a past Radiation Safety Officer and Laser Safety Officer.

Having worked in both union and non-union environments, Ray understands the value of people relationships in becoming a credible resource to the management group and workforce. He is an excellent listener and able to relate to all during the course of seeking the best solution for the task at hand.

Ray possesses deep technical expertise in the following disciplines:

 

  • Environmental Health and Safety Management Systems

  • Human Performance Safety Principles

  • EHS Compliance and Audits

 

When Ray is not furthering EHS best practices on behalf of his clients, he loves spending time with his wife, Dianne, of nearly 40 years and their adult children and 7 grandchildren. He also enjoys serving his local church, keeping up with college sports and staying connected to the many lifelong friends that he and Dianne have made over the course of their travels.