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Our Instructors

Our trainers are experienced consultants and contractors who share tested, practical approaches to real-world problems and concerns. Several of our instructors taught in UC Berkeley’s Asbestos and Lead courses for that program's 29 years in existence. Several have also been involved in developing and updating hazardous materials regulations and model curriculum. We learn from professionals in all aspects of the industry and share those informed perspectives in class.

Real-world health and safety experts

Peter F. Connell

Peter F. Connell is the Principal Scientist and founder of PFC Industrial Hygiene Consulting.  Pete has over thirty years' experience in environmental consulting with significant expertise in indoor air quality issues, hospital infection control, biological contamination and asbestos and lead. He has developed and revised curricula for the U.S. Navy, and served on advisory committees for the U.S. EPA, California Department of Occupational Safety and Health, New York State Department of Labor, and California Department of Health Services (now CDPH) to help write and change regulatory requirements. Pete has taught accredited Asbestos and Lead certification courses regularly since 1985. 

Scott W. Compton

Scott W. Compton began his environmental health and safety career with U.S. Steel in 1968.  He has been teaching AHERA certification courses since 1986, and was among the most highly respected instructors in U.C. Berkeley's Asbestos and Lead Training Program through 2016. Scott founded Hazardous Materials Assessment, Inc. in 1986, and has performed building inspections and environmental consulting for that firm since then. 

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