Jeannine Du Chateau is a successful technical professional based in Wellington, Florida. She completed her B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan university, Houston and is pursuing her M.B.A. in Corporate Finance from Capella University, Minneapolis.
Jeannine Du Chateau is a successful technical professional based in Wellington, Florida. She completed her B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan University, Houston and is pursuing her M.B.A. in Corporate Finance from Capella University, Minneapolis. In 1994, she started her career as a Senior Environmental & Safety Engineer with Rockwell Automation, a leading electronic components and systems manufacturing company based in Mequon.
At the company, she was responsible for managing 44 sites, with direct management responsibility of one facility for the EHC compliance, training and ISO 14001 certification. While working as an Internal Corporate Environmental Compliance Auditor, she traveled to about 14 Rockwell facilities annually, helping with the compliance activities for plants inside and outside the US.
In 1999, Jeannine Du Chateau joined Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Houston, TX as Senior Lead Auditor, and performed approximately 100 EMS/QMS/OHSAS audits annually in many industries in different states and outside the U.S. She was responsible for Consulting and auditing duties for compliance, permitting and management systems throughout the US, Mexico and Canada with many Fortune 500 companies.
Some of her clients include Will Rogers Airport, Toyota, GM, Eaton, NASA, BP, General Dynamics, etc. Owing to her had work and dedication she has been able to gain extensive knowledge of local, state and federal requirements for several locations and industries.
Jeannine Du Chateau also worked with General Dynamics in Local Emergency Planning Commission from 2005 to 2007. General Dynamics manages all Environmental, Health, Safety and Security (EHSS) regulations, permitting, waste/wastewater management and waste reduction activities for an electronics and printed circuit board production facility. She became the leader of Emergency Response Activities and Business Contingency Planning efforts and personnel for the facility.
While assuming these responsibilities, she showed an excellent example of leadership. She managed compliance with the requirements such as DOT, Large/Small/CSQ Generator, TSCA, EPCRA, SARA, Tier 1, Tier 2, Hazardous/Solid/Universal Waste, Radiation, Waste Water, Air Quality, Recycling, OSHA Requirements.
Jeannine Du Chateau have got many awards in her working life such as Governor’s Hazardous Waste Reduction Award, State of Wisconsin, March 1998, Crystal Award for Environmental Excellence, Rockwell Automation, January 1999, Crystal Award for Environmental Excellence, Rockwell Automation, January 1998, Gathering of the Waters Award, Milwaukee Metro Sewerage District, November 1997, 5 Day Dock-to-Dock Award, Motorola, August 1994 and many more.