Spearheading the massive growth which placed EnviroScience in the AFR Fast 100 list for 2017, dual finalist in the 2018 NSW Woman of the Year Awards - Juliet Duffy - is the Director of Regional EnviroScience. Juliet holds a Master of Sustainable Management (USYD) and has been managing asbestos, hazardous materials and environmental issues since 1988.
Ken is a medical scientist with 40+ years experience and was previously in charge of Orana Pathology Service at Dubbo Base Hospital and has brought his wealth of knowledge to EnviroScience ensuring the appropriate standards of quality systems and controls in operations and the laboratory.
Jeff is a medical scientist previously working at the Orana Pathology where he was in charge of two departments, Biochemistry and Microbiology. These two disciplines bring a wealth of experience to Jeff’s role at Regional Enviroscience, especially in mould, bacterial assessments and water testing.
Wayne Sibley is a Senior Occupational Technician at the Dubbo Office. Wayne comes from a Mechanical Engineering background and holds a Diploma of Engineering Studies majoring in Mechanical engineering. Wayne is also a certified Licensed Asbestos Assessor.
John Lucas is engaged as a Health and Environment Professional for Regional Enviroscience. John has a Bachelor of Applied Science and has been working in the occupational hygiene industry since the late 1980’s both in Sydney and Toronto and now he is based in the Wagga office. John has also had extensive experience in agricultural research working in university research areas.
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John is the Safety Health and Environment Professional for Regional Enviroscience and is qualified with a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in Occupational Health & Environment. Over the last 15 years John has work in multi-disciplinary work environments including consulting and operations in government, mining, construction and agriculture.
Gemma holds a BSc majoring in Geosciences at the University of Wollongong, is a Licensed Asbestos Assessor and completed the AIOH Basic Principles of Occupational Hygiene. Gemma’s background in the geotechnical and environmental fields has been augmented with with Asbestos management projects including naturally occurring asbestos, noise & environmental projects and project management.
Barry Alston is the senior field occupation technician and manager of the Tamworth branch. Barry has extensive management experience. Barry obtained a Licenced Asbestos Assessor qualification and trained through Greencap on Asbestos identification and handling. Barry has training in Asbestos identification and completed the British Occupational Hygiene course.
Chantelle holds a Bachelor of Science with Honours in hydrology and water resource and is a Licenced Asbestos Assessor with several year’s experience in occupational hygiene and clandestine laboratory remediation for Queensland Dept of Housing & Public Works. Chantelle also holds a Diploma of Environmental Management, obtained while working within the construction industry.
Recently completing his degree, Michael is part of the Enviroscience Graduate Program and brings to the workplace over seven years of practical farming experience, soil science and GIS mapping skills in addition to a range of administrative and project management capabilities. Michael will be performing a range of on-site technical duties, Asbestos registers, reporting and remediation supervision roles.
Hamish has been working with Regional EnviroScience since 2015 and recently completed his Certificate III Business Administration . Hamish assists in keeping Regional Enviroscience’s office running smoothly in administration and accounts.
Danielle holds a Bachelor of Science in biotechnology with honours in microbiology and brings several years’ experience within a biology-based laboratory. Danielle assists with a range of on-site technical duties, asbestos registers, reporting and administration.