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PROFILE:  Emergency
Planning & Response
2015 - 2016    Expatriate Rotation to Yards and Site
Authored Security, Duty of Care and Emergency Response plans for staff working "28 on / 28 off" in three fabrication yards: Lumut, Malaysia; Batam, Indonesia; Tianjin, China and the LNG plant construction site in Onslow Australia. Plans dealt with Tier 1 response locally, Tier 2 by Petrofac.

2004 - 2005    Environmental Protection Agency
Project Manager for the EPA Emergency Operations Center A/V and IT upgrade, Federal Triangle, Washington DC. Upgraded capability to increase simultaneous videoconferencing including PC whiteboarding", application sharing and GIS/imagery. Also had secure rooms for SIPRNET, red-phone for the White House situation room, and inter-agency coordination through FBI's equivalent center.

1998 -2004     EPA Oil Spill Program
As an internal consultant to the agency, reviewed SPCC guidance for P.E.'s and provided practical comments to ensure that small business sites had in place the equipment stated in their plans e.g. bobcats, sandbags. Also, as ESRI business partner for Computer Sciences Corp  federal  geospatial center of excellence, was involved in mapping support for several ER-related projects. e.g. an intranet application locating all bulk fuel storage facilities in the US; collaboration with contractors supporting DOT pipeline safety, now known as PHMSA

1995-1997     Mobil R&D Corporation

During my 2+ years as Mobil Global Professional Services Project Manager for GENIE, responsible for the A/V and IT upgrade of the emergency operations center at Mobil HQ in Fairfax, Virginia. This upgrade focused upon media coverage and on media response, software supporting "Incident Command System", rule-based telephony supporting "call-out trees". Acted as an advisor to the Arlingon-based Chemical Manufactures Association (now American Chemistry Council) on data schema updates to their CHEMTREC system.

1985-1990   N.Z. SynFuel Technical Supervisor
Because I supervised the technical Information Management systems at this $1.2 billion Gas-to-Liquids complex, I was integrally involved in several of the full-scale emergency response drills. These included the full involvement of Medivac and hospitals in the nearby city of New Plymouth, as well as fire brigade responders to site to back up the the plant volunteer brigade. and county police for traffic management on impacted roads.