2016 NAEM EHS and Sustainability Management Forum

Kimberly Jackson, Director EHS; Spectra Energy Corp.

 

Kimberly Jackson, Director EHS; Spectra Energy Corp.

Kimberly Jackson is the EHS Director for Spectra Energy, a FORTUNE 500 oil & gas pipeline and midstream company headquartered in Houston, Texas. Ms. Jackson has responsibility for providing strategic direction and oversight for Spectra's facilities in US Operations.  Her responsibilities encompass day-to-day EHS compliance, EHS Management System conformance and EHS risk management.

 

Ms. Jackson's professional career began in the oil and petrochemical industry, with the last 26 years in the oil & gas industry at Spectra Energy where she has held various safety and environmental positions Corporate and Operations EHS.  After years of EHS experience, Ms. Jackson's approach has been to evolve the culture while establishing conformance to a sound EHS Management System.

 

In addition to NAEM, she is an active member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), National Safety Council (NSC), South Gas Association (SGA) and INGAA (Interstate Natural Gas Association of America).

 

She holds a bachelor's degree in Safety Engineering from Texas A&M University.

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