Amplify Process Safety, LLC is a leading consulting services company focused on assisting facilities in compliance with OSHA’s Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (29 CFR 1910.119) and EPA’s Risk Management Plan & General Duty Clause (40 CFR Part 68).
Coupled with decades of experience in chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing, onshore exploration & production, midstream gas processing, and downstream refining, Amplify delivers an unrivaled product for clients.
Amplify’s consultants are experts in all aspects of Process Safety Management and Risk Management Program regulations including Compliance Audits, Process Hazard Analyses, Mechanical Integrity, and overall program development and deployment, as well as requirements related to Combustible Dusts and Pressure Relieving Devices.
Co-Founder, Principal Consultant
Rob Bartlett has nearly 30 years of experience in the chemical industry. After receiving a degree in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University in 1993, he spent five years at DuPont working in their Specialty Chemicals division as a project and process engineer.
Seeking to return to his home state of Maine, he accepted a position at Vishay Intertechnology, a major manufacturer of electronic components in Sanford, ME. The following year, Rob moved across the street to take a job at CYRO Industries, a leading manufacturer of acrylic sheet and molding compounds. In these companies, he held various positions in engineering, safety and environmental compliance, and operations.
In 2008, Rob left Corporate America to start a renewable energy company with four partners. Despite the best of intents, the start-up company lost its funding in the Great Recession. This traumatic event was the catalyst for a new consulting business. In the last 13 years, while Rob has helped companies with project management, process engineering, and occupational safety compliance, his main focus has been assisting companies in the improvement of their Process Safety Management and Risk Management Plan programs.
Molly Myers, PE, CCPSC
Senior Process Safety Consultant
Molly Myers has over 30 years of experience as a chemical engineer with over 13 years focused on process safety. Molly received a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering in 1989 and a Master’s degree in Engineering Management in 1994, both from Washington University. Molly spent the early part of her career doing traditional process engineering, process design and project management at Monsanto and Mallinckrodt.
In 2008, Molly decided to focus her career on process safety and took a job as a Safety Consultant at ioMosaic. There she honed her skills helping clients improve the safety of their processes ranging from traditional chemical processes, to oil refining, commercial bakeries, solar power, and explosives. After that Molly spent several years at a Phillips 66 Refinery as a pressure relief subject matter expert providing guidance on Code compliance and risk mitigation for over pressure scenarios.
Molly is happy to be returning to a broader process safety consulting role at Amplify where she can utilize her broad chemical engineering background to help clients bring their process safety programs up to a world class level. Molly’s goal is to help companies ensure that all of their employees return home safely every day.
Molly is currently a licensed Professional Engineer in Missouri and Texas and an AIChE CCPS Certified Process Safety Professional (CCPSC).
Jo Pastor graduated from the University of Texas in 2016, and then worked as a public elementary school teacher for two years. In September of 2018, she joined one of the companies that would later merge to form Amplify, Ampeva, to provide additional support as business grew. She later went on to join the Amplify team upon the merger of both co-founders' previous consulting companies.
She currently manages Amplify’s social media presence and is the manager and producer of our podcast, Amplify Your Process Safety. Additionally, she provides support related to project management, invoicing, business development, and marketing.