Safetech Environmental Limited (SEL) has been formed and carefully shaped to be an industry leader in the provision of consulting services where environmental and occupational health and safety concerns are raised. SEL's goal is to provide comprehensive, efficient and cost effective solutions to our clients groups. This is achieved through years of experience and technical expertise of the principals and technical staff, who have a variety of academic and industry credentials such as Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Registered Occupational Hygienist (ROH), Professional Engineer (P.Eng.), Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), Applied Microbial Remediation Technician (AMRT), Certified Engineering Technician (CET) and United States Environmental Protection Agency AHERA Accredited Inspector/Management Planner.

Meet our team:

 

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D. GLENN SMITH, B.SC. (HE), CRSP, AMRT

President & Senior Project Manager


Since 1989, Mr. Smith has been providing consulting, inspection and testing services to a wide variety of institutional, commercial and industrial clients throughout Ontario and other regions of Canada.

Mr. Smith's background in Health Education has allowed him to design and implement numerous training courses that focus on occupational health and safety for engineers, building managers, maintenance technicians, contractors, and health and safety personnel. Thousands of Ontario workers have been trained by Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith's experience has bee diverse, progressive and successful over the years. His initial responsibilities within the industry included inspection and testing during remediation projects that included such occupational hazards as asbestos, mould, PCB's, lead, silica, guono and others. His dedication and commitment to this industry and area of expertise has assisted Mr. Smith with his career advancement where he is now a senior Principal and President of Safetech Environmental Limited.

Away from work Glenn enjoys, golfing, running in races, roller blading along the waterfront trail in Port Credit and spending time with his family.


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C. WESTON HENRY, M.H.Sc., CIH, ROH

Principal & Senior Occupational Hygienist


Since 1993, Mr. Henry has been providing occupational and industrial hygiene related consulting services to a wide variety of clients in Ontario, including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. Mr. Henry has extensive experience in the organization and administration of occupational health programs, with specific knowledge in chemical, biological and physical hazards. Mr. Henry has performed numerous assessments for airborne hazards in industrial facilities, including contaminants such as mercury, lead, silica, formaldehyde, gluteraldehyde, asbestos, isocyanates, etc. Mr. Henry also has significant knowledge and experience with all aspects of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and mould, as well as being well versed in all aspects of Hospital Infection Control protocols.

Away from the office Wes enjoys spending time with his wife and children and dreams of ‘getting away' to the peaceful confines of northern Ontario. He loves fast cars, his home theatre, and snow mobiling.


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ROMEO MILANO, B.A., AMRT

Principal & Senior Project Manager


Since 1989, Mr. Milano has been providing consulting, inspection and testing services to a wide variety of clients within Ontario including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. A large portion of Mr. Milano's responsibilities includes providing recommendations on identifying and abating hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing and mould contaminated building materials. Often these projects are for larger high profile projects where Mr. Milano's many years of experience is required.

Mr. Milano's activities include designing and developing mould and asbestos management programs, designing remediation programs and contract specifications, budget estimating, tendering of remediation projects, tender evaluation, recommendations and providing Project Management services.

Romeo enjoys spending time with family and friends. Loves cruising on his Street Glide motorcycle. He is actively involved in industry and community associations and is currently serving as the Past Chair of the Toronto Construction Association (TCA) and sits on the Executive Committee; He is a member of the Board of The Council of Ontario Construction Associations (COCA); and a member of the Board of the Canadian Construction Association (CCA). Romeo is also proud to be involved at his alma mater high school St. Michael's College School where he serves as Past-President of the Alumni Association and Past Chair of the Order of St. Michael Committee.


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DANIEL D'ALOISIO, B.SC., AMRT

Senior Project Manager


Since 2000, Mr. D'Aloisio has been providing consulting, inspection and testing services to a wide variety of clients within Ontario including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. A large portion of Daniel's responsibilities includes providing recommendations on identifying and abating hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing materials, mould contaminated building materials and lead abatement.

Daniel's activities include designing and developing lead, mould and asbestos remediation programs and contract specifications, budget estimating, tendering of remediation projects, tender evaluation/recommendations and providing inspection and testing services over the course of a remediation project.

His responsibilities include assigning and supervising field technicians, and ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to and to ensure our contract obligations are being met if not exceeded.


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LOUIS LETARNEC, AMRT

Project Manager


Louis joined Safetech in August 2007. Mr. Letarnec performs consulting, inspection and testing services to a wide variety of clients within Ontario including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. A large portion of Mr. Letarnec's responsibilities includes providing recommendations on identifying and abating hazardous building materials such as mould contaminated building materials.

Mr. Letarnec's activities include designing and developing mould and asbestos remediation programs and contract specifications, budget estimating, tendering of remediation projects, tender evaluation/recommendations and providing inspection and testing services over the course of a remediation project.

His responsibilities include ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to and to ensure our contract obligations are being met if not exceeded.


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JAMES GREEN, B.A., CRSP, AMRT

Project Manager & Trainer

James joined Safetech in July 2007. Mr. Green's responsibilities include the identification and reporting of hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing materials, mould contaminated building materials and lead based paints.

His responsibilities include the supervision of contractor personnel, and ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to.

Mr. Green is also responsible for in house laboratory quality control and staff training. Mr. Green performs awareness seminars and training for hazardous materials, abatement practices and procedures, WHIMS, Fall Arrest, and Confined Space Entry.


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JEREMY GORE, C.E.T., EP

General Manager Southwestern Ontario


Since 1998, Mr. Gore has been providing consulting, inspection and testing services to a wide variety of clients within Ontario including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. A large portion of Mr. Gore's responsibilities includes providing recommendations on identifying and abating hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing materials and mould contaminated building materials. Often these projects are for larger high profile projects where Mr. Gore's eighteen years of experience is required.

Mr. Gore's activities include designing and developing mould and asbestos management programs, designing remediation programs and contract specifications, budget estimating, tendering of remediation projects, tender evaluation/ recommendations and providing Project Management services over the course of a remediation project.

His responsibilities include ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to and to ensure our contract obligations are being met if not exceeded.

From an operational standpoint, Mr. Gore is involved with proposal writing, sales/ marketing and the overall decision making process for the Southern Ontario region.


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BRUCE DECKER, CET, ROHT, BSSO

Senior Project Manager / Technical Advisor

Since 1996, Mr. Decker has been providing consulting, inspection and testing services to a wide variety of clients within Ontario including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. A large portion of Mr. Decker's responsibilities includes providing recommendations on identifying and abating hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing materials and mould contaminated building materials, infection control on construction projects in healthcare facilities, training, and Radon testing. Often these projects are for larger high profile projects where Mr. Decker's twenty years of experience is required.

Mr. Decker’s qualifications as a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T) in civil engineer and Building Science Specialist Ontario (BSSO) combined with his ROHT designation and Health and Safety experience qualify him as an expert in assessing mould, asbestos and Designated Substances.  Mr. Decker has practical experience in IAQ investigations and soil vapour intrusion and soil gas studies.   Mr. Decker has also served as an expert witness for mould litigations. Bruce is a Certified Radon Measurement Provider under the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) – National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) - Cert. No. 106349 RT; and the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program (C-NRPP) - Certified Radon Measurement Provider - ID#  201017 CRT.

Mr. Decker's activities include designing and developing mould and asbestos management programs, designing remediation programs and contract specifications, budget estimating, tendering of remediation projects, tender evaluation/ recommendations and providing Project Management services over the course of a remediation project.
 


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PHILIP WARREN, P.Eng. (QP)

Manager - Environmental Services

Since 2000, Philip Warren has been providing consulting, inspection and testing services to a wide variety of clients within Ontario including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. Managerial experience includes management and mentoring of environmental technician staff in support of Environmental Site Assessments and Remediation projects, project planning, budgeting, scheduling, and control processes, as well as managing high workloads, fostering good teamwork, and providing excellent service to his clients. Mr. Warren has had the privilege to work for the Toronto Port Authority (TPA) who own and operate the Port of Toronto marine terminals, select recreational marinas, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, and several other properties along Toronto’s waterfront, including the Port Lands areas consisting largely of known Brownfields.

Accustomed to managing several projects simultaneously, Mr. Warren has been involved with both new development and construction activities as well as on-going property and operations requirements. Some examples include: Brownfields assessments, remediation, and real-property surplus disposal; a lift bridge rehabilitation program, and assisting with the BBTCA Island Airport pedestrian tunnel project valued at $85M (public private partnership).

The North American DEW Line Cleanup program was a large ($650M) Department of National Defense program involving the infrastructure decommissioning and site remediation of twenty-one (21) military sites. Mr. Warren served in the Project Management Office (PMO) for almost five (5) years as the Planning Officer where he was responsible for the program adhering to scope, schedule, and budget, and as the Environmental Officer where he managed several stakeholders including government regulatory agencies, scientific and engineering staff, and local community members. In addition, Philip worked in the U.S. as a design and site engineer for the construction of landfills, Leachate collection and recirculation piping, and their associated geomembrane and drainage layers. He was also fortunate enough to participate in a feasibility study for the New York Hudson River PCB-contaminated sediment remediation project (EPA Superfund site).


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MICHAEL MITANIS, B.A.SC. (OH&S), AMRT

Occupational Hygienist / Project Manager


Michael joined Safetech in December 2007. Mr. Mitanis performs occupational and industrial hygiene related services to a wide variety of clients in Ontario, including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. Mr. Mitanis has conducted assessments for airborne hazards in industrial facilities, including contaminants such as asbestos, lead, silica, and mould. Mr. Mitanis also has knowledge and experience with all aspects of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

His responsibilities include ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to and to ensure our contract obligations are being met if not exceeded.


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LARRY RAMTAHAL, B.Sc., CIH, ROH, CRSP

Senior Occupational Hygienist


Larry joined Safetech in November 2008. Mr. Ramtahal performs occupational and industrial hygiene related services to a wide variety of clients in Ontario, including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. Mr. Ramtahal has conducted assessments for hazardous materials in commercial and institutional facilities including contaminants such as mould and asbestos. Mr. Ramtahal also has knowledge and experience with all aspects of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

His responsibilities include ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to and to ensure our contract obligations are being met if not exceeded.


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CHRIS COLLETT, B.Sc., M.A.

Associate


Since 1995, Mr. Collett has been providing occupational and industrial hygiene related consulting services to a wide variety of clients in British Columbia, including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. Mr. Collett has significant knowledge and experience with all aspects of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and mould, as well as being well versed in all aspects of Hazardous Building Materials protocols. This includes preparation of proposals, design of assessment and sampling programs, and reviewing site work and reporting.


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RODERICK THORPE, M.Sc., MBA, CIEC

Associate

Roderick Thorpe is a senior indoor environmental quality investigator with more than 30 years of experience in indoor investigations, project management, building services and chemical analysis. He has worked in thousands of buildings in Montreal and surrounding areas dealing specifically with indoor air quality investigations and mould remediation projects.

Rod has expertise in all types of indoor environmental quality issues, including microbial contamination; Testing for all types of indoor pollutants including mould, radon, asbestos, allergens, formaldehyde, particulates, and lead; Designing and implementing microbial remediation protocols.

He has acted as a mediator in resolving disputes between parties on environmental quality issues, and has served as an expert witness in court, including Superior Court and Regie du Logement cases and accepted by these courts as a qualified expert witness.


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ROBERT FULLER, B.A.Sc., EIT

Environmental Services

Robert joined Safetech in August 2013. Mr. Fuller's responsibilities include assisting with the  performance  of Environmental Compliance Approvals (ECAs) for institutional, commercial and industrial facilities; conducting environmental assessments for tank removals, verification sampling of soil and groundwater and contaminated sites; and has assisted in the management of Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Projects and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment projects on behalf of clients.  This includes project coordination, regular communication with clients, contractors and suppliers, site supervision, Job Safety Analysis (JSA) protocols and draft reporting.

His responsibilities include inspection, sampling and reporting while upholding the highest levels of quality control and quality assurance.


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PAUL VALENTI, B.ES

Project Manager


Paul joined Safetech in February 2011.  He has worked on environmental projects in asbestos, mould, lead, designated substance’s surveys and abatements.  Mr. Valenti’s strong leadership skills and diverse experience of the industry has proven beneficial in providing clients and contractors with direction and resourceful solutions for a wide variety of projects. As Project Manager Paul can carry a project from the beginning  - budgeting, tendering, organizing and completing field work, to the end of the project including final inspections and close out reporting.


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JORDAN MILLER, B.Sc., CRSP, AMRT

Occupational Hygienist - Project Co-ordinator

Jordan joined Safetech in February 2014. Mr. Miller performs occupational and industrial hygiene related services to a wide variety of clients in Ontario, including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. Mr. Miller has conducted assessments for hazardous materials in commercial and institutional facilities including contaminants such as mould and asbestos. Mr. Miller also has knowledge and experience with all aspects of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). His responsibilities include ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to and to ensure our contract obligations are being met if not exceeded.


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PETER MILOSH

Project Coordinator

Peter joined Safetech in February 2016. He has worked on environmental projects in asbestos, mould, lead, designated substance’s surveys and abatements. Mr. Milosh’s strong leadership skills and diverse experience of the industry has proven beneficial in providing clients and contractors with direction and resourceful solutions for a wide variety of projects. As Project Co-ordinator Peter can carry a project from the beginning - budgeting, tendering, organizing and completing field work, to the end of the project including final inspections and close out reporting.


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NATALIE MARKIEWICZ, B.A.Sc.

Occupational Hygienist


Since 2011, Ms. Markiewicz has been providing occupational and industrial hygiene related consulting services to a wide variety of clients in Ontario, including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. This includes design of assessment and sampling programs, performing site investigations, air sampling, and providing recommendations based on results. Ms. Markiewicz also completes comprehensive reports associated with all on-site activities conducted.

 Prior to graduation, Ms. Markiewicz worked part-time, completing extensive training programs for Healthy Indoors Partnership (HIP), an industry organization that creates awareness and education for healthier indoor environments. Ms. Markiewicz conducted research, developed, revised and edited training programs for HIP associated with commercial and residential indoor air quality, mould and grow-op remediation. Ms. Markiewicz also played an instrumental role in completing the training manuals and power point presentations for these training courses that are geared towards providing quality continuing education to professionals working in the field of indoor air quality.


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JOSHUA CINELLO, B.A.Sc.

O H & S Technician


Mr. Cinello joined the Safetech Team in 2012. He is a graduate of the Ryerson University's Occupational Health & Public Safety program.  He has worked on environmental projects in asbestos, lead, designated substance’s surveys and abatements.


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JAMES MACKLIN

O H & S Technician


James joined Safetech in 2011. Mr. Macklin's responsibilities include the identification and reporting of hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing materials, mould contaminated building materials and lead based paints. His responsibilities include the supervision of contractor personnel, and ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to.


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STEPHEN CHOI, B.A.Sc.

O H & S Technician

Stephen joined Safetech in 2014. Mr. Choi's responsibilities include the identification and reporting of
hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing materials, mould contaminated building materials and lead based paints. His responsibilities include the supervision of contractor personnel, and ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to.


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JARED SMITH

O H & S Technician

Jared joined Safetech as a co-op student in October of 2014 and has since joined the Team full time in January 2015. Mr. Smith's responsibilities include the identification and reporting of hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing materials, mould contaminated building materials and lead based paints. His responsibilities include the supervision of contractor personnel, and ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the standard our clients have become accustomed to.


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JOHN MAZZULLI

O H & S Technician

Mr. Mazzulli joined the Safetech Team in 2013. He has worked on environmental projects in asbestos, lead, designated substance’s surveys and abatements.


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GLEB APOLONSKI, B.A.Sc.

Occupational Hygiene Technician


Since 2016, Mr. Apolonski has been providing occupational and industrial hygiene related consulting services to a wide variety of clients in Ontario, including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. This includes performing site investigations, air sampling, and providing recommendations based on results. Mr. Apolonski also completes comprehensive reports associated with all on-site activities conducted.


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KIRA MOOR, B.Sc.

O H & S Technician


Since 2016. Ms. Moor's responsibilities include the identification and reporting of hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing materials, mould contaminated building materials and lead based paints. Her responsibilities include the supervision of contractor personnel, and ensuring inspection and testing services are provided to the highest possible standard.


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JOSH HAMILTON

O H & S Technician


Josh joined Safetech in 2016. Mr. Hamilton  has been providing occupational and industrial hygiene related consulting services to a wide variety of clients in Ontario, including institutional, commercial and industrial facilities. This includes performing site investigations, air sampling, and providing recommendations based on results. His responsibilities also include the identification and reporting of hazardous building materials such as asbestos-containing materials and mould contaminated building materials. 

 


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RADA VEKIC

Office Administration and Accounts Receivable


Rada joined Safetech in October 2010. Ms. Vekic's responsibilities include administrating accounts receivable and assisting in the operations of the office including liaising with clients, suppliers, and contractors, customer service, accounting, marketing, and general office administration.

 

 

 

 


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ANGELINE TEIXEIRA, PCP

Accounting

Angeline has been with Safetech since November 2014. Ms. Teixeira handles the company payroll department, as well as collections for over 90 day accounts. Angie assists Carolyn and Rada with organizing office operations and procedures, liaising with clients, customer service, accounting, and general office administration.


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CAROLYN CAY

Comptroller


Carolyn has been with Safetech since June 2004. Ms. Cay is the company Comptroller and book keeper however, Carolyn also is responsible for Human Resources, organizing office operations and procedures, supervising office staff, liaising with clients, suppliers, and contractors, customer service, accounting, marketing, and general office administration.


 
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