Expert joined KELLCO in 1989 after retiring from a successful career of 22 years I the telecommunications industry. An electrical engineer, Expert has expansive experience in construction, having designed, built and maintained telecommunication systems throughout the western United States and abroad. Expert’s ability to quickly comprehend the scope of a project, including all subtle facets, has made Expert invaluable to many clients with complicated problems related to asbestos, leaded paints and other hazardous materials. Expert consistently demonstrates the knack for bringing people together into working teams. Expert’s vast experience has taught Expert the meaning of the word "service," and Ti is dedicated to providing the Customer Service, i.e., "what they want, when they want it and how they want it."
Cal EPA Registered Environmental Assessor
Hazwoper 40 hour Certified
Certified Cal-OSHA Asbestos Consultant (94-1395)
Cal DHS Certified Lead Related Construction Inspector/Assessor, Project Monitor, and Project Designer (#764).
NIOSH 582: "Sampling and Analysis of Airborne Asbestos," KELLCO Training Institute, Fremont, CA., 1990.
EPA/AHERA Building Inspector Course, KELLCO Training Institute, Fremont, CA., 1990, and subsequent refreshers.
EPA/AHERA Management Planner Course, KELLCO Training Institute, Fremont, CA., 1990.
EPA/AHERA Asbestos Abatement Supervisor Training, KELLCO Training Institute, Fremont, CA., 1989.
EPA/AHERA Asbestos Worker Course KELLCO Training Institute, Fremont, CA., 1989.
Lead Paint Abatement Contractor Course, Alameda County Housing and Community Development and Lead Solutions, 1992.
Lead Paint Abatement Supervisor Course, Alameda County Housing and Community Development and Lead Solutions, 1992.
Lead-based Paint Inspection and Assessment, University of California, Berkeley, University Extension, 1996.
Lead-based Paint Abatement Project Design, University of California, Berkeley, University Extension, 1996.
On-going in-house training programs designed to maintain and enhance educational status of KELLCO employees.
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