Over 15 years of relevant environmental experience in hospitals, manufacturing operations, office environments, and water supply, distribution and treatment facilities.
Uniquely qualified in the field of environmental and public health by holding a Doctorate in Health Science, a Master's in Environment, and board certification in Safety.
Strong research skills, including the development of research questions with associated null/alternate hypotheses, choosing the most applicable study design, developing proper surveys/questionnaires, collecting data and conducting advanced statistical analyses to support/disclaim hypotheses.
Essentials of Public Health Course is designed to introduce the student to the multidisciplinary study of public health.
Students will explore the concepts of biostatistics, environmental health, epidemiology, and social and behavioral health.
Students become familiar with the core functions of public health, the ten essential services of public health, and common sources of data that are used in public health practice.
outcomes is provided.
The role of government and health professionals in promoting the health of the population is explored.
Description Amount Cloud-based audit and investigation modules 200,000 Environmental compliance support contracting firm 300,000 Risk management plan services for gaseous chlorine facilities 90,000 Training system database development 600,000 EHS and forensic engineering incident investigation firm 90,000 Environmental auditing firm 2,000,000 Third-party shadow auditing firm 75,000 Description Amount Cloud-based audit and investigation modules 200,000 Environmental compliance support contracting firm 300,000 Risk management plan services for gaseous chlorine facilities 90,000 Training system database development 600,000 EHS and forensic engineering incident investigation firm 90,000 Environmental auditing firm 2,000,000 Third-party shadow auditing firm 75,000 Contracts Developed and Maintained EHS Policies Coauthored Contractor Selection and Management Control of Hazardous Energy (LO/TO) Emergency Planning Environmental Permit Management Hazard Communication Hazardous Waste Management Lead Management Mercury Management Recycling and Pollution Prevention Remediation Management Stormwater and Wastewater Management Universal Waste Management Used Oil Management Advisory Board Serve as a member of NYIT's Energy and Environmental Advisory Council.
This council provides guidance to the M.S.
in Energy Management and the M.S.
in Environmental Technology programs, and promotes a continuing relationship between NYIT students, faculty, alumni and industry experts.
The goals of the council are to advise and assist the two programs on academic and professional matters; provide input on current trends in industry; identify necessary skills and areas of interest for curriculum development; promote and enhance the quality of the programs; and identify projects and funding sources.
Currently serve as the Contracts and Grants Liaison.
Provided input during NYIT Assessment Days.
Software Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Access Microsoft Sharepoint Blackboard Stata and SPSS Acrobat Pro Photoshop Journals Reviewer.
Senior Program Manager May 2014 to CurrentDEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Director of Strategic Planning; Quality Assurance; Environmental Compliance Create Standard Operating Procedures for our Capital Construction program's.
1B in annual contracts.
Develop training programs in stormwater management, scaffolding safety and hazardous waste operations in compliance with OSHA and EPA requirements.
Use advanced statistical analyses, including linear/logistic regression and ANOVA, to evaluate our key performance indicators for our ongoing metrics program.
December 2007 to May 2014
Drive the EHS Strategic Goals throughout the Agency.
Author and update environmental policies rooted in applicable regulations set forth by federal, state and local authorities.
Developed Agency Recycling Plan.
Created guidelines on how the Agency will conduct incident investigations, manage current and historical NOVs, and administer a recycling program.
Developed a series of MS Access databases that provide data through a SharePoint hosted intranet site, including the Agency's Emergency Planning and Response program.
Developed regulatory review program so Agency will maintain compliance as regulations change.
Established contracts with outside vendors, from preparing Scopes of Work to having them registered through NYC Comptroller's Office.
Developed and administered Agency's Remediation Tracking database.
Documented data and conducted trending analyses of spills, accidents, injuries, audit findings and failure to abate violations.
Compiled data into daily, monthly, quarterly and annual metrics reports in order to help improve the mission and sustainability within the Agency.
Monitored pesticide usage and prepared annual report to the Department of Health.
Served as the alternate EHS Officer on Agency's Command Staff and as an Evacuation Center Manager.
Served as Agency's Chair of the Environmental Coordination Committee and as member of several other Agency committees.
EHS Auditor May 2003 to December 2007NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY School of Engineering
Performed full regulatory environmental compliance audits at DEP facilities.
Appointed as Environmental Team Leader as of August 22, 2007 and charged with the supervision and project management of the day-to-day activities of the environmental auditing staff.
Provided guidance and recommendations for corrective actions of regulatory deficiencies.
Advised agency with solutions and remedies to environmental, health and safety issues.
Created the template for the Agency's EHS Regulatory Compliance Audit Report format.
ENVT-601 Traditional and Online.
April 2010 to CurrentENVT-601-STEM
Introduction to Environmental Technology.
Coursework includes an introduction to the various components of environmental technology, such as environmental impact, analysis, regulations, water quality, recycling and alternative solutions.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math for NYC Schoolteachers Coursework is similar to the ENVT-601 course but has been designed for NYC schoolteachers with the intent of making them stronger science and mathematics educators in an effort to help them inspire schoolchildren to choose a career path in science or engineering.
Ph.D : Health Science, 2013Trident University (formerly Touro) － Cypress, CaliforniaHealth Science
M.S : Environmental Technology, 2000Western Association of Schools and Colleges New York Institute of TechnologyEnvironmental Technology
B.S : Life Science/Biomedical Engineering, 1998New York Institute of
TechnologyLife Science/Biomedical Engineering Publications and Current
Health Sciences, Fall 2013LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY620 Introduction to Waste Management Coursework includes a survey of waste collection, salvage and disposal techniques, as well as design optimization, cost analysis, classification, storage, transportation and government regulations. ENVT-715 Pollution Prevention and Waste Minimization Coursework includes the study of pollution prevention principles, properties and fates of environmental contaminants, pollution control technology, environmental laws and regulations, and development of a sustainability program. Health Sciences HSC-101 Introduction to Health Professions Coursework provides an introduction to various professions in the health care field. Students are exposed to an overview of health care systems and major aspects of health care delivery. Students will understand health care priorities on the national and local level. Students begin to explore health career options based on an understanding of professional tasks, skills, tools, technology, abilities, work activities, work context, environment and educational, training and legal requirements.
BHE-200 : October 2015TRIDENT UNIVERSITY College of Health Sciences
Technology Accreditation Commission/Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology Nadler, D. (2013). A study of allergy development from exposure to prenatal antibiotics in the child. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, 132 Nadler, D. (2014). Modeling world health organization data to predict mor- tality based upon environmental factors. Journal of Health, Environment, Energy and Technology, 1(1). Nadler, D. W. (2016). A structural equation model of New York restaurant grades over a 2-year period. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 19(1), 11-20.
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