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Leah Mejias

leah.mejias@gmail.com • cell (407) 702-0532


https://www.linkedin.com/in/leahmejias • http://leahmejias.weebly.com/

OBJECTIVE

Highly-motivated, self-starter who has a passion for sustainability while also trying to obtain a position
where I can be beneficial to your company via my knowledge in environmental science and safety skills
to further an organizations goals to sustainability.

EXPERIENCE

Bausch & Lomb Pharmaceuticals October 2017 – Current


Environmental Health & Safety
 Waste Stream Tracking
o Develop A spread sheet compiling waste data, disposal methods, DOT hazard codes, EPA
disposal codes, etc.
o Document hazardous, non-hazardous, biomedical, municipal, electronic, recycling waste. Assist
with the identification of waste consolidation and other opportunities to reduce costs and the
decrease in waste generation.
 Energy Conservation Review
o Verify past data accuracy, update information as needed.
o Compile a list of improvements to reduce energy consumption.
 Water Conservation Review
o Verify past data accuracy, update information as needed.
o Identify opportunities to reduce water usage.
 Experience with RCRA, DOT, EPA, NEPA and OSHA regulations and internal audits.
 Conduct training on safety (LOTO) and waste management in a manufacturing facility.
 Redline and update standard operation procedures for compliance.
 Working knowledge over ergonomic assessments and training.
 Knowledgeable in ISO 14001, 9001, 300 logs, ANSI, NFPA and JSA.

Valeant Pharmaceutical June 2017 – August 2017


Regulatory Affairs (Labeling)
 Create and maintained Word documents for Rx products for alignment with currently approved
package insert
 Prepare or revise Structured Product Labeling (SPL) files with FDA approved or annual reportable
changes using i4i software.
 Work in multi-disciplinary teams for multiple projects.
 Assist Regulatory Labeling Managers with proofreading of artwork for new and revised Rx and
generic drug labeling in accordance with current FDA guidance and regulations.
 Review and maintain metadata in artwork Electronic Labeling Management system created a excel
sheet for preparation in fixing and correcting the electronic labeling database.

University of South Florida Botanical Gardens January 2016 – May 2016


Ecological Restoration Intern
● Collected field samplings such as water and soil samples for the University of South Florida
Botanical Gardens.
o pH levels via pocket pH meters: ideal for measuring the pH levels of water from 0-14 pH range.
o Thermometers for water temperatures, calibration and buffer solutions for dissolved substances as
well as oxidation-reduction potentials.
o Test levels of bacteria in water samples.
o All samplings and collections were organized accordingly for further evaluation by supervisors.
● Used & cleaned laboratory equipment properly.
● Developed technical manual using research methods in technical terms for other faculty members.
o Catalog of flora and fauna species for the facility.

University of South Florida Transportation


Environmental Health & Safety Intern August 2014 – May 2015
● Environmental Health & Safety/ Parking & Transportation assistant.
● Participated in required inspections within transportation facility.
o Observed precautions for the use of hazardous materials (such as carcinogens or biohazards), as
detailed in the use authorization or other operating procedures.
o Reported all unsafe conditions to supervisor or safety committee as soon as is reasonably
possible.
o Risk assessments
 Managed the hazardous waste and made sure they were in regulations.
o Comply with applicable environmental, health and safety laws and regulations, University policy
and accepted safe work practices.
o Be familiar with emergency plans for the assembly area as well as emergency coordinators for
their building and emergency drills.
o Familiarize with potential hazards associated with the work area; know where information on
these hazards were kept for review.
o Test for any chemicals in all available running water of the facility to make sure nothing was
contaminated.
● Improved Hazardous Communication.
o Revised safety data sheet information about products, substances or chemicals that are classified
as hazardous substances or dangerous goods as well as globally harmonized system labels.

EDUCATION

● Master of Arts, Global Sustainability, Concentration in Sustainable Energy Spring 2018


University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Relevant coursework: Biological Science, Urban Planning GIS, Sustainable Energy, Biofuels,
Biological Resources

● Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science and Policy May 2016


University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Relevant coursework: Environmental Ethics, Environmental Wetlands, Public Health, Chemistry,
Environmental Science, Physical Geography

COMPUTER SKILLS
● Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook), Windows, Mac, Visio
● Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
● ArcMap: geographic information as a collection of layers and other elements in a map.

ORGANIZATIONS
 American Society of Safety Engineers
 Student Environmental Association
 National Society of Leadership and Success
o Leadership workshop – Certificate
 Tampa Bay Association of Environmental Professionals