Q Describe what you do in your current work situation? A I’m currently a Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Facilitator at Chevron. In this role, I use different tools and processes to evaluate risks in different types of operations, projects and procedures. These tools are created to align with federal, state, regional and local policies as it relates to personnel safety. I also assist with water, species and unique permitting needed at my facility. There is no “typical” day at my job and I often wear numerous hats: functioning as an engineer, a subject consultant, facilitator, a new set of eyes on a proposed design, or inheriting a pre-existing project from another engineer or specialist. What is consistent is my approach to each new task. It’s important that I gather all of the information I need to make an informed decision. I start every project by identifying the problem, and asking questions to figure out how this issue relates to the bigger picture. I collaborate with various groups and colleagues inside and outside of Chevron in order to design and find a solution to the problem at hand.