Vice President of Quality and EHS, TestAmerica
Raymond Frederici is Vice President of Quality & EHS for TestAmerica Laboratories, Inc. Mr. Frederici is 34 years tenured with TestAmerica and its legacy companies and is responsible for establishing, implementing, monitoring and enforcing company-wide ethics, quality assurance, and health & safety programs. Mr. Frederici drives risk management systems and operational cultures to minimize system failures and promote continuous improvement for the entire company. Mr. Frederici holds a B.S. in Environmental Biology from Eastern Illinois University and a Masters in Business Administration from Olivet Nazarene University in Kankakee, IL. As a proven leader and organizational change agent, he posesses excellent abillities for policy development and enforcement, strategic planning and process improvement. He is a strong and decisive decision-maker who takes personal responsibility for ethics, quality, environmental health & safety and fostering a company culture of honesty and data integrity. He provides ethics training companywide and implements fraud prevention and detection programs.
Mr. Frederici is active in numerous Professional Affiliations including the Amerian Council of Independent Laboratories Environmental Data Integrity Initiative, the Institute for National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation, the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference and the Department of Defense Environmental Data Quality Workgroup. He has more than 20 professional publications and has been involved in the development of environmental laboratory accreditation regulations/standards through involvement in NELAC, the U.S. EPA and State agencies. His EHS responsibilities include companywide compliance with OSHA safety and EPA's hazardous material handling and waste disposal regulations. As TestAmerica's Ethics Compliance Officer, he fosters a company cultureof honesty and data integrity by providing ethics training across all business functions and implements fraud prevention and detection programs.
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