Controlled Contamination Services Introduces, Catherine McNealy, Chief Financial Officer
Controlled Contamination Services (CCS) introduces Catherine McNealy as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Catherine leads the Finance and Accounting teams and is responsible for providing timely, accurate, and reliable financial information to our partners, ownership, and leadership to serve our customers better and build on our proven operational success.
Catherine McNealy has extensive experience in accounting and finance leadership positions most recently as Chief Financial Officer for Thirty-One Gifts in Flower Mound, Texas. Prior to Thirty-One Gifts, Catherine spent eight years working for DuraServ Corp, a leading loading dock servicer and distributor starting as Controller and working her way to CFO for the last several years. Catherine has also spent time in public accounting, as well as non-profit, government and educational industries.
Catherine earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting from George Mason University and her master’s degree in accountancy from San Diego State University. Catherine is also pursuing her Executive master’s in business administration from Southern Methodist University. Catherine believes deeply in education being a lifelong journey and appreciates the growth that comes from learning whether in the classroom, boardroom, or in the field.
Catherine is originally from North Texas but moved several times growing up as part of a military family. Catherine and her husband, resettled in North Texas several years ago. On most weekends you can find her at the baseball or soccer fields, watching her children play.
Controlled Contamination Services announces the appointment of Sean Bond as its Chief Executive Officer
Controlled Contamination Services (CCS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Sean Bond as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective September 11th, 2023. His responsibilities include executing a strategy of focused growth across critical environments, ensuring remarkable partner experiences, providing differentiated service delivery, and building a team and company where people want to work and choose to stay. For nearly all of Mr. Bond’s technical and management career from the design room to the boardroom, he has been responsible for developing, producing, and supporting mission- and safety-critical systems and environments across the globe, always making a difference to save lives and protect those who protect us.
Before joining CCS, Mr. Bond led the Airborne Division for Elbit America providing real-time holistic situational awareness solutions to military pilots and aviators, and he previously served as CEO and President of HDT Global, the largest expeditionary infrastructure provider to the U.S. Department of Defense. Through 2015, Sean Bond served as CEO and President of ISS North America, one of the largest facility services companies in North America with over 30,000 employees.
Prior to joining ISS in 2010, Mr. Bond served as President of BAE Systems Platform Solutions, a transatlantic commercial and defense avionics, power, and control systems business headquartered in upstate New York. Prior to BAE, Mr. Bond led Bell Helicopter Textron’s $4.9B V-22 Osprey program.
Mr. Bond started his aerospace career at Pratt & Whitney Military Engines developing stealth technologies and was Joint Strike Fighter Program Manager. He earned his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Maryland, where he is a member of the Academy of Distinguished Alumni and studied at the United States Naval Academy. Mr. Bond completed senior executive and business management programs at Oxford University, Wharton School of Business, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Thunderbird’s Garvin School of International Management, and Indian Institute of Management Bangalore.
Married with four children, two grandchildren, and two dogs, he is an avid San Antonio Spurs and Dallas Cowboys fan, and he enjoys attending live music and sporting events across the country with his family.
To our valued partners,
As you are aware, there is currently worldwide concern over an outbreak of the virus “SARS-CoV-2” that causes the disease, “coronavirus disease 2019,” abbreviated COVID-19. As part of our preparedness plan, Controlled Contamination Services (CCS) is closely monitoring the situation and ensuring that we communicate best practices to both our clients and employees to reduce the risk of contracting the flu, and other respiratory diseases. There is currently no definitive cure, vaccine, nor eradication plan available for COVID-19, however, CCS is recommending that our partners to refer to the CDC website to determine best practices to reduce the potential risk of spreading the disease in their facilities. (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/index.html)
Per the CDC, the best way to prevent illness it to avoid being exposed to the virus. In addition to avoiding exposure, there are other preventative measures to help prevent the spread of the respiratory diseases:
- Frequent and/or increased handwashing with soap and implementation of antibacterial hand sanitizing stations
- The CDC recommends 5 steps to properly wash your hands (https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/when-how-handwashing.html)
- Wet your hands with clean, running water (warm or cold), turn off the tap, and apply soap.
- Lather your hands by rubbing them together with the soap. Lather the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your nails.
- Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds.
- Rinse your hands well under clean, running water.
- Dry your hands using a clean towel or air dry them.
- When using Hand Sanitizers, it’s important to understand that sanitizers can reduce the number of germs but it’s important to note the following:
- Sanitizers do not get rid of all types of germs.
- Hand sanitizers may not be as effective when hands are visibly dirty or greasy.
- Hand sanitizers might not remove harmful chemicals from hands like pesticides and heavy metals.
- How to use hand sanitizer
- Apply the gel product to the palm of one hand (read the label to learn the correct amount).
- Rub your hands together.
- Rub the gel over all the surfaces of your hands and fingers until your hands are dry. This should take around 20 seconds
- Encouraging sick employees to stay home, and communicate when a household member is sick
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
- Avoid contact with people who are sick
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
- Routine surface cleaning helps to eliminate the flu virus from frequently touched surfaces and objects (doorknobs, work surfaces, keyboards, remote controls, etc). These surfaces should be cleaned using disinfecting/sanitizing cleaning agents.
- Provide disposable wipes for employees to use on their frequently touched surfaces throughout the day
- Advise employees who are traveling of certain steps that can be taken to mitigate the risk of contracting the disease
Controlled Contamination Services is here to assist with implementation of any of these CDC/FDA/WHO-recommendations to prevent the spread of illness. Please reach out to your local site contact or email@example.com with any questions or concerns about assisting with executing any of the above items or other procedures.