3212 Sorento Ct, Pasco, WA 99301, USA
Through his years of experience and working at various sites, Thomas has become the Civil/Structural Engineering Discipline Lead and Crane and Rigging Subject Matter Expert. In this capacity he participates in project independent design reviews, hazard analyses, development of the Documented Safety Analysis, safety class determinations, operational readiness reviews, and commissioning and startup of DOE facilities. Similarly, he can help you with your projects by providing engineering design, analysis and Independent Design Reviews for Crane and Rigging, Lift Plans, Fall Protection and NQA-1 compliance.
Mr. Mackey has over twenty five years of experience in the design of fall protection anchor points and Personal Fall Arrest Systems. In the 1990s he worked with OSHA and other experts in developing the current 29CFR1926 Subpart M. He is currently an engineering SME for Fall Protection and is involved in program updates. He offers a training for the “Competent Person” and “Qualified Person” in compliance with OSHA requirements. The two day Competent Person and Qualified Person training classes for engineers and safety personnel for Fall Protection can be up to 20 students. Past class evaluations consistently rate this course at an average of 95% for satisfaction.
Besides training, Mr. Mackey offers a range of additional services related to fall protection including, development or independent review of plans, design or verification of new anchor points, code compliance assessment, development of custom fall protection plans, accident investigation, and litigation services.
Mr. Mackey is a Qualified SME Trainer and has received a “Toast Master” award (1995). Mr. Mackey provides a two day training session for Crane and Rigging for the Rigging Engineer and a two day training session for Fall Protection for the Qualified Person. Both courses meet OSHA regulations and are kept up to do date with the latest standards. An additional two-day course is available in both areas for the Competent Person. The class sizes for these courses can be up to 20 and satisfaction evaluations for both courses consistently average 95%.
Mr. Mackey has over 30 years of experience in the field of crane and rigging. He is currently the Subject Matter Expert for WRPS Hanford, a URS Corporation, and the Civil/Structural Engineering Discipline Lead. He provides engineering consulting to Mission Support Alliance and Washing Closure Hanford for Crane and Rigging related issues. He is involved in the development and maintenance of crane and rigging policies and procedures for the site. Mr. Mackey offers a Rigging Engineer training course for the Competent Person and Qualified Person. Class size can be up to 20 and evaluations consistently rate this course at an average of 95% for satisfaction.
Besides training, Mr. Mackey offers a range of additional services related to crane and rigging including, development or independent review of lift plans, design of below-the-hook lifting devices, design or verification of new lift points on a lifted item, code compliance assessment, development of custom hoisting and rigging plans, accident investigation, and litigation services.