Mr. Steelman brings more than 39 years of management experience including projects within the government, commercial nuclear, aerospace and energy sectors. He has managed and consulted with large organizations within Environmental, Safety, Health, and Quality. He has supported several contract transitions within the DOE. His experience also includes performing high visibility investigations, employee concern program investigations, safety conscious work environment development/survey and analysis, root cause analysis, training, design, licensing, construction, operation, and outage planning/maintenance of commercial nuclear plants. He has worked with and is familiar with the DNFSB, NRC and DOE programs, regulations and requirements. Since 1984, he has served as the President of Steelman Associates, Ltd and has supported a variety of Fortune 500 firms globally.
Mr. Steelman was Honorably Discharged from the United States Marine Corps and is a graduate from the University of Washington.
Mr. Steelman has demonstrated performance in evaluating nonconforming conditions and prepared root cause and collective significance evaluation of problem commercial and DOE facilities including management, health and safety, and environmental aspects. As the Director of Regulatory Integration at Rocky Flats and the Director of the Facility Evaluation Board at Hanford, he instituted reviews and systems that improved the readiness of the contractors to perform work activities in a safe and efficient manner. He has supported engineering design, construction reviews, and employee concern investigations including chilled worker/retaliation and regulatory reviews and assessments for the Hanford Cleanup in Richland, Washington for several years. He supported the original development and deployment of the NRC Safety Conscious Work Environment (SCWE) initiative and has developed and given dozens of Safety Culture Training Sessions and Surveys across DOE, NRC, and the oil and gas industry. He has recently been supporting DOE-RL, DOE-ORP, MSA, CHPRC and WRPS with their Safety Culture Programs. He is supporting the DOE-RL 618-11 trench remediation for Energy Northwest’s Columbia Generating Station.