558 Joaquin Avenue
San Leandro, CA 94577
558 Joaquin Avenue San Leandro, CA 94577 Phone and Fax: 510.483.5802
Website: http://www.hmf2.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assist in identifying all personnel with hazardous materials responsibilities. Determine specific instructions or additional training each individual needs to meet “function-specific” training requirements. Review training on an ongoing basis to incorporate newly adopted regulations.
Member, Working Group 2003–2004
~ Involved in creation of protocols to standardize in/out gate processes (adopted 2005).
Presenter 1997, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
US Coast Guard Marine Safety and Environmental Protection Directorate
Member, Advisory Committee 1995–1997
~ Attended semi-annual meetings in Washington, D.C.
Presenter 1995, 1997, 2003, 2007
Non-Government Agency (NGO) / formerly Hazardous Materials Advisory Council
Board of Directors 1995–1997 1999–2002 2004–2007 2010–2012
Presenter 1995, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2004, 2008
Delegation Member to IMO Subcommittee 1993–1996
Delegation Member to UN Subcommittee of Experts on the Transportation of Dangerous Goods 2009
Founding Member 2008–Present
Chairman of the Board of Directors 2009–2010
Presenter 2007, 2008
Feb 2007 – Present
HMF2, LLC is a consulting firm providing compliance services to shippers and carriers. These services enable clients to meet the requirements of the "US 49 Code of Federal Regulations" and the "International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code". Some of the services that we provide are; development of company policies procedures design and deliver company specific training programs compliance audits for individual shipments review and update a company's current program.
We closely monitor changes to the regulations so that our clients are able to update their programs and/or systems in a timely manner.
Director of Hazardous Materials
Oct 1991–Feb 2007
APL is the leading intermodal and ocean transportation carrier serving North America, Asia and the Middle East. It is the world's sixth largest container transportation and shipping company, providing services to more than 140 countries, with offices in 80 countries, and a history of innovation dating back to the California Gold Rush.
Hazardous Materials, Office Support (Contract)
Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (United Kingdom certification)—1999, 2004
International Aviation Transport Association, Hazardous Materials—2002
International (European) Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail (RID) and by Road (ADR)—1995
Certificate of Advanced Training, Hazardous Materials—1992
Emergency Response, Operational Level—1992
International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG)—1992
Train the Trainer, US Office of Hazardous Materials Safety, 49 CFR—1992
Transportation of Hazardous Materials, Advanced Course—1992
In-Plant Industrial Chemical Spill Response—1991
Hazardous Materials Chemistry—1991
Incident Command System—1991
Intermodal Transportation of Hazardous Materials—1991
US Office of Hazardous Materials Safety, Basic 49 CFR—1991
Hazardous Cargo Bulletin—Contributing Columnist—Aug 1996–Jan 1998 / July 2007 / Sept 2008
~ Wrote monthly column entitled, “Expert Advice”
Hazmat Packager & Shipper—Nov / Dec 1996
Pacific Shipper—July 22, 1991
Shipper’s Guide to Hazardous Materials—Editor—1991
~ Helped launch this first-ever trade publication on Hazardous Materials for the shipping / transportation industry.
Dangerous Goods Instructors' Symposium Keystone Award 2010
US Coast Guard, Certificate of Merit 2000
US Coast Guard, Certificate of Appreciation 2000
COHMED Recognition Award 1997–1998
American Society of Safety Engineers 1996–1997
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