HPMC President & CEO - Scott A. Brodeur
Scott A. Brodeur has over three decades of result-oriented executive leadership in the corporate and government sector. As Chief Executive of all HPMC services, including Occupational Medicine, Health, Safety, and Environmental programs, Mr. Brodeur delivers a track record of proven leadership with diverse professionals, from legal counsel, doctors, nurses, psychologists, first responders and federal employees, to engineers, environmental scientists, industrial hygienists, health physicists, radiation and laser safety officers, technical labor forces and information technology personnel, including both union employees with collective bargaining agreements and exempt personnel. He has led large comprehensive programs for major defense corporations, Department of Defense, six military installations, nationwide utility corporations, NASA, and DOE, focusing on health services, industrial hygiene, radiation safety, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and environmental regulations. As a leader of culture change, Mr. Brodeur drove policies & procedures that resulted in zero OSHA Recordables in 2015/2016 and a 0.0 Loss Time Incident Rate. Additionally, he has established Emergency Preparedness plans that received high accolades by the Department of Defense, the utility industry and the International Business Aviation Council.
His ties to NASA program leadership extends back twenty-eight years. Scott led the personnel recovery efforts of NASA’s Mode VIII exercises, ensuring that NASA was prepared to locate and recover astronauts in the event of an over-water ejection and deliver them to definitive care. His distinguished career includes over twenty-three years of active military service in the United States Air Force and United States Army as a Senior Combat Aviator in which he has been awarded the Air Medal and Bronze Star.
Mr. Brodeur has briefed local and state representatives, governors, congressional delegates, SES’s, Commanding Generals at all levels, Under Secretaries of Defense, as well as the Chair of the House Armed Service Committee in successful efforts to secure and/or save program funding.