Richard Steinberg is a safety, health, & environmental professional with 17 years of experience in environmental investigations, safety and environmental compliance management and project management. His experience includes management of site assessments, regulatory compliance & permitting, remediation, due diligence, litigation support and emergency response. This experience includes 17 years in EHS related positions, including 10 years of
Richard Steinberg is a safety, health, & environmental professional with 17 years of experience in environmental investigations, safety and environmental compliance management and project management. His experience includes management of site assessments, regulatory compliance & permitting, remediation, due diligence, litigation support and emergency response. This experience includes 17 years in EHS related positions, including 10 years of EHS compliance and remediation activities or programs. Most recent experience is providing support to the Kinder Morgan Terminals Business unit for compliance with Federal, State, and Local safety and environmental regulations from Dec. 2007 – Present. Prior to 2007, provided the same support to the Port of Houston Authority and other industrial clients both domestically and internationally. In current role, Richard provides technical and regulatory compliance support to liquid and dry bulk terminals nationwide; represent each in regulatory negotiations/discussions with Federal (USCG, EPA, NOAA), multiple State and Local Agencies.
Director, Remediation and Emergency Response @ The Director of Remediation and Emergency Response for the Terminals Business Unit, reporting directly to the Terminals VP of EHS. Responsible for managing ongoing remediation reserve portfolio environmental projects; overseeing Terminals fire safety activities including development of Terminals fire safety management plan; oversight of all environmental liability evaluation due diligence activities; monitoring and coordinating all emergency response activities; Participation in significant incident investigations; Development and Lead of Incident Support Team; participating as primary Liaison with Corporate Emergency Response staff on behalf of Terminals; leading the roll out of Incident Command System and ensuring compliance with the NIMS across the Business Unit. Additionally, serves as senior technical resource for water and waste compliance in all regions. From August 2013 to Present (2 years 3 months) Houston, Texas AreaManager, Terminals Remediation @ Manage the portfolio of reserved remediation projects throughout the US for the Terminals Business Unit, provide senior technical support to compliance group related to water permitting and treatment, remediation, spill and fire reponse, due diligence, construction management, and a variety of safety committees and training programs.
Participate in ERT at 2 Terminals and as part of a national response team for emergency response and traind as industrial firefighter, through FF3 at Texas A&M University. From 2007 to August 2013 (6 years) Senior Project Manager / Scientist @ Developing program and managed $2M of EHS related liabilities in Latin America (including every Central American Country and 5 Caribbean countries concurrently) remotely from Houston, including retail stations and terminals. Program management included management of field activities, program budget, safety program management reporting and reporting requirements for client and all related international regulatory agencies. From 2003 to 2007 (4 years) Houston, TexasEnvironmental Project Manager @ Provided support to Environmental Affairs Department as direct contractor, focusing on water, waste, remediation. From 2003 to 2003 (less than a year) Technical Support @ Provided internal technical support to environmental related litigation attorneys. From 2002 to 2003 (1 year) Scientist @ Field Chemist for laboratory on project in the South Pacific. Supervised crew of seven in O&M of 60 GC based monitoring stations for real-time monitoring (ACAMS), as well as stack sampling/monitoring equipment (CEMS). Commonly worked in PPE levels D&C, including military level B. Provided emergency response support as laboratory representative on the plant HAZMAT team. From 1989 to 1991 (2 years) Johnston Island, South Pacific
BS, Environmental Science @ Stephen F. Austin State University From 1991 to 1994 Richard Steinberg is skilled in: EHS, Environmental Compliance, Remediation, Environmental..., Hazardous Waste..., Environmental Awareness, Environmental Impact..., Environmental..., Water, Environmental Consulting, RCRA, Environmental Permitting
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