Senior Toxicologist at ATL International Inc
- Washington D.C. Metro Area
- Environmental Services
Jayne-Anne Bond's Overview
- Senior Toxicologist at ATL International Inc
- Toxicologist at TNRCC
Jayne-Anne Bond's Summary
An environmental toxicologist with more than 15 years of experience analyzing the potential health and environmental risks associated with exposures to chemical substances. Her background includes regulatory toxicology with knowledge of federal regulations governing air, water, and waste, and research. She is skilled in risk assessment and analysis, occupational safety and health and in the evaluation of toxicological data sources for use in chemical emergency planning and response. She has demonstrated abilities in preparation of regulatory and interpretive documents, project management and development, training, community relations, and electronic data management. Her primary customers include the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
Jayne-Anne Bond's Experience
ATL International Inc
August 2007 – Present (7 years 2 months) Gaithersburg, MD
• Supports DOE’s Office of Emergency Management in the development of Temporary Emergency Exposure Limits (TEELs)—these are used by the DOE complex in emergency planning and response, hazard screenings, and risk and consequence assessments.
• Performs comprehensive reviews of the worldwide literature for the toxic effects of chemical substances and develops and recommends exposure criteria for these substances. This is part of the required maintenance and updates of a large database that contains toxicological and physicochemical property data, and other information used in developing TEEL values for chemicals found, used and developed at DOE facilities.
• Primary author of the current revision of the DOE Handbook: Temporary Emergency Exposure Limits for Chemicals: Methods and Practice. Several white papers were written describing the analyses I have performed in updating the TEEL development process.
• Member of SCAPA and three of its working groups: the Biosafety Working Group, the Chemical Exposure Working Group (Chair), and the Chemical Mixture Working Group.
• An active participant of the Energy Facility Contractors Group’s Chemical Safety Lifecycle Management subgroup, which reviews, gathers, shares, and analyzes all aspects of chemical safety and lifecycle management issues across the DOE complex.
• Project manager and the point of contact for the Department of Homeland Security on an occupational safety and health support contract.
• Provides technical support in developing online safety training modules, in evaluations of Component Safety and Health Programs, and in the development, implementation, and maintenance of the Occupational Safety and Health Program at DHS Headquarters.
• Managed an industrial hygiene project to characterize noise exposures to workers in mines for the NIOSH Pittsburgh Research Laboratory.
• Led the sampling team that collected noise exposure data for mine workers in several mines in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
January 1994 – January 1997 (3 years 1 month) Austin, Texas Area
Performed toxicological reviews of over 150 permit applications for facilities ranging from small commercial sites to large comprehensive projects within oil refineries.
Participated on TNRCC workgroups developing ecological exposure scenarios, human exposure scenarios, and performed risk assessments analyzing the potential health risks associated with exposures to environmental contaminants.
Participated in the development of risk assessment guidance to be used in federal and state permit applications for industrial facilities, commercial, medical waste, and hazardous waste incinerators.
A member of a team that drafted an Ecological Risk Assessment Guidance document for application to programs in the Offices of Air, Water, and Waste.
A member of the Ecological Group of the State of Texas Environmental Priorities Project. This team was tasked with performing a comprehensive ecological risk “ranking” of environmental issues in the State. The ranking process included a cost-benefit analysis of the potential impacts, possible receptors, and costs of mitigation.
Responsible for organizing and overseeing the review and results of mobile air monitoring projects performed in the state.
Reviewed and evaluated published toxicological data to assess potential health risks associated with exposure to environmental chemicals.
Interacted with federal, state, and local governments, media and industry representatives, and the general public to explain and discuss health risks associated with exposure to environmental contaminants.
Served as an expert witness in toxicology and represented the TNRCC in administrative hearings.
Jayne-Anne Bond's Skills & Expertise
- Exposure Assessment
- Environmental Consulting
- Environmental Science
- Environmental Compliance
- Risk Assessment
- Industrial Hygiene
- Environmental Management Systems
- Environmental Toxicology
- Air Quality
- Environmental Awareness
Jayne-Anne Bond's Education
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