MIKE BULLER ROHT, CRSP, CMI
Mr. Buller is a Registered Occupational Hygiene Technologist (ROHT) and Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) through the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals. Mr. Buller has provided environmental consulting since May of 2001 with extensive experience relating to the provision of designated substance and hazardous materials surveys as well as on-going management, indoor air quality assessments, microbial investigations, potable water testing, Legionella testing and consulting, as well as training and client relations.
Mike has worked extensively in the construction, office settings and residential over several years, therefore developing a skill set beyond his technical abilities in industrial hygiene / health and safety including the ability to work in remote areas, navigating international travel and engaging with all groups of people including executive management, contractors and various other workers. Mike has provided awareness training in asbestos, lead and silica for workers and has provided over 100 project driven information sessions on behalf of clients.
In addition to being a CRSP and ROHT, Mike is a member of the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA), is a certified asbestos fibre counter (NIOSH 582), Water Damage Remediation Technician (WRT) and Applied Microbial Remediation Technician (AMRT) through IICRC and as a “Mould Professional” through IOT.
JAMES CRICHTON, HBSc., CIH
James is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) for comprehensive practice by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) and has been practicing since 2000. James has extensive experience with qualitative risk assessments determining exposure to a wide variety of contaminants including silica, asbestos, mould, and general indoor air quality to name a few. James has also worked with many clients to address a wide variety of general health and safety concerns. In addition, James has experience with the design and implementation phase of large scale hazardous materials remediation programs, including the creation of project specifications and scaled drawings for tender packages. This work is always completed with an eye towards avoiding schedule delays and cost over runs. James also has a large amount of experience conducting and leading health and safety audits for construction sites, engineering firms, manufacturing facilities and mining sites. This experience has provided James with an excellent understanding of regulatory requirements relating to health and safety in a number of jurisdictions within Canada and internationally.
James has worked broadly in the construction, manufacturing, rail and mining sectors over a number of years. This experience has developed a skill set well beyond his technical abilities in industrial hygiene / health and safety including the ability to work in remote areas, navigating international travel and engaging with all groups of people including executive management, contractors and various other workers. James has a unique leadership style that allows him to get along with all levels of the workforce ensuring that trust is developed resulting in strong program development and fair negotiation.