Watch for our monthly meeting announcements. We normally meet at Bob’s Burgers and Brew in Burlington on the third Wednesday of each month from 6:00-8:00PM. Due to COVID-19 our meetings are currently on the third Wednesday of each month at 12:00pm via Zoom.
Mt. Baker Section Executive Board Members for the 2022-2023 Section Year
Section Chair – Alicia Beck
Alicia Beck is a Health, Safety, and Environmental Specialist with over 12 years of consulting experience in upstream oil & gas, power, and manufacturing industries and construction. Her primary areas of expertise include OSHA & CAL-OSHA regulatory compliance, construction demolition, and site decontamination, H&S regulatory compliance, incident investigations, and reporting, H&S training program development and implementation, H&S facility planning and development of site manuals, and H&S facility compliance audits.
Alicia grew up in Bellingham and now lives in Ferndale. She is married to Rick, has two kids, Madison and Ricky, and two miniature Labradoodles. When not working at IMCO Construction as a Safety Coordinator, you can find Alicia boating, running, or watching some type of sports. And…Go Cougs!
Section Secretary – Stephanie Sedlak, CSP
Stephanie is a Health and Safety Superintendent at BP Cherry Point Refinery in Blaine, WA. She has been in the Health and Safety field for 9 years with BP, including 5 years at their Ohio facility as a Safety Advisor. Stephanie’s experience has been concentrated in Refining with exposure to LOTO, Fall Protection, Confined Space Entry, Radiation Safety, and Construction Safety.
Stephanie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health Management from the University of Findlay, a Master’s degree in Safety, Security, and Emergency Management from Eastern Kentucky University, and the designation of CSP. She has been an ASSP member since 2014.
Section Treasurer – Ryan Lancaster, CSP
Ryan is currently a Safety Technician for bp Cherry Point Refinery and was previously the Safety Manager for BAI Environmental Services, which provides a full range of industrial maintenance and environmental services to Pacific Northwest businesses. Ryan graduated from Central Washington University (CWU), with a Bachelor of Science-Major in Safety and Health Management, Minor in Business. During Ryan’s time at Central he completed two summer internships with Dunkin & Bush (now Partner Industrial). Ryan worked at Johansen Construction Company as a Safety, Health & Environmental Engineer from 2014-2019. Ryan currently holds the Certified Safety Professional certification (CSP), from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP). He has been a member of the CWU Student Section, Puget Sound and Mt. Baker Chapters of the ASSP. Over the last ten years, he has served in various roles at each chapter, most notably chapter president for the 2017-2018 year at the Puget Sound Chapter.
Member at Large – Ken Domorod
Ken is currently the Director of Safety for IMCO Construction where he has worked since 2016. Ken worked in his home state of Delaware as a career Firefighter/EMT from 2002-2012. During this period, Ken took a brief hiatus from firefighting to work on the Macundo Oil Well Blowout and Explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, where he managed safety during marine asset decontamination activities out of the Mobile, AL, Command Center. Ken moved to Whatcom County in 2012, when he was offered the opportunity to work as the HSE Manager on the Arctic Challenger, a subsea oil spill response and recovery vessel mission built for oil exploration in the Arctic circle, until the project was ended in 2016. Ken has built several safety management systems from the ground up. He has a particular interest in training and education and enjoys engaging with personnel in the field and in the classroom. He possesses an associate degree in Fire Science.
When Ken is not working, he is spending time with his dog and cat. He is a self-proclaimed amateur cigar afficionado, enjoys playing in poker tournaments, and is looking forward to the return of boating season.
Member at Large – Karma Reavis, CSP
Safety is a passion. Part of that includes learning and sharing new ideas or laws. Karma is able to find interesting speakers on just about any topic. She is happy to give another year to the Chapter as Chair.
Karma has been involved with Safety for over 25 years. Most of that time was spent as the Human Resources Manager too. Karma was previously with Samson as the Corporate SH&E Coordinator. This includes responsibility for a plant in Louisiana as well. It means she has a true generalist background.