Qualifications Statement

 

Frederick W. Scalise

 

 

B.Sc.     1976     Penn State University     Microbiology

M.Sc.    1982     University of Oregon      Biology (neuroendocrinology)

Ph.D.    1988     Wesleyan University        Molecular Biology & Biochemistry

 

IHMM  Certified Hazardous Materials Manager           Certification No. 2543

APIH    Registered Professional Industrial Hygienist     Registration No. 04120497

 

 

 

1984          Participant:  State of Connecticut Governor’s Task Force on

                   Leaking Underground Storage Tanks

 

1984          Conducted first "Super-Lien" environmental due diligence site

                   assessment (automobile repair garage / gasoline service station;

                   Cheshire, CT)

 

1985           Supervised first contamination assessment and environmental site

                    cleanup (gasoline service station; Middletown, CT)

 

1986           Participant:  State of Connecticut Governor’s Task Force on Accidental

                    Toxic Releases

1987 -

  1990         Coordinator:  City of Eugene (Oregon), SARA Title III Hazardous

                    Materials Community Right-To -Know Emergency Response Plan

                    (planning process was conducted county-wide, and resulted in a

                    "template plan" for use by jurisdictions located throughout Lane

                    County)

1987 -

  1991         Coordinator:  City of Eugene (Oregon), Hazardous Materials Fire

                    Code Permitting Program

 

1991 -

  1996         Developer & Coordinator:  Multi-jurisdiction / multi-agency full-dress

                    disaster emergency response exercises (including a hazardous

                    materials release component) in the Eugene-Springfield (Oregon)

                    metropolitan area (four exercises total conducted)

1991 -

  2000         Co-Coordinator:  Lane County Community Emergency Notification

                    System  (CENS was the first telephone-based emergency alerting

                    system in the U.S. that (a) utilized a new, high-speed computerized

                    calling system, (b) was linked to the 9-1-1 telephone database

                    (reverse 9-1-1), and, (c) covered a large geographical area

                    (4,700 square miles, equivalent to approximately 85% the area of

                    the State of Connecticut))

1994 -

  1996         Participant:  Oregon Water Resources Department geotechnical hole

                    & monitoring well construction rules advisory committee

1995 -

  1996         Participant:  Eugene (Oregon) Area Chamber of Commerce,

                    Council Committee on Environment & Economics Task Force

                    (hazardous materials ordinances)

2001 -

  2004         Participant:  City of Eugene stormwater quality best management

                    practices (BMPs) advisory committee

2003 -

  2004         Participant:  US EPA proposed and final “All Appropriate Inquiries

                    (Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment) rulemaking process

 

2013           Participant:  Eugene-Springfield (Oregon) Metro Area Brownfields

                    Task Force  (purpose of the task force was to identify potentially-

                    contaminated properties that might be eligible for assessment,

                    remediation, and re-development for higher-value use)

 

2015 -

  present    Course Developer and Instructor:  Oregon Department of Public

                    Safety Standards & Training (DPSST) certified course (NFPA 472 /

                    NFPA 1072), Hazardous Materials and Weapons of Mass Destruction

                   Awareness and Operations Level Training for Emergency First

                   Responders

 

 

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