Campus Consortium for Environmental Excellence

Second Annual Campus EHS Technology Workshop

Hosted by Northeastern University
and the Campus Consortium for Environmental Excellence (C2E2)
Corporate Sponsor: Triumvirate Environmental

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Case Study Summaries
Sponsors and Exhibitors


Henry Huppert, Brown University

Henry has been the Environmental Compliance Officer for Brown University for five years. Prior to working at Brown, Henry was an environmental Consultant at Science Application International Corporation for 11 years. He has also worked in the medical products and plastics manufacturing industries. Henry received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Bucknell University (1983).

Pamela Greenley, MIT

Pamela Greenley, CIH, is the Deputy Director for MIT's Industrial Hygiene Program and is the program manager for MIT's EHS Management System Training Program. She has directed the MIT EHS-MS training program automation and content development starting first with MIT's participation in the Boston Consortium web-based training program. Pam is a long-time runner and an avid sailor.

Richard B. Lemoine, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Directs, with a dedicated EHS staff, the University of Massachusetts Lowell’s Environmental Health and Safety program. Serves on numerous, Federal, MA State and Municipal Government affiliated Committees and Advisory Boards committed for the betterment of environmental matters and the development of new programs.

Mr. Lemoine has been a member of the University of Massachusetts Lowell EHS program since 1985. As EMS champion for UMass Lowell’s EPA Pilot & EMS/ISO 14001 program, he is actively involved with all aspects of development, team building and implementation of the university’s program. Graduate of University of Massachusetts Lowell B.S. Public Administration /Legal Studies; University of Massachusetts M.S. College of Engineering Work Environment Policy.

Nick Magliano, Tufts University

Nick Magliano is Director of Environmental Health and Safety for Tufts University. His group helps to assure the University’s compliance with occupational safety, environmental protection and related regulations and standards.

Nick has been in Environmental Health since 1975 and in the administration of University health and safety programs since 1986.

Dr Peter Redfern, Nottingham Trent University

Peter moved to Nottingham Trent University in 1993 where he is Principal Lecturer in Environmental Science with special responsibility for environmental management courses.

Whilst at the university, Peter set up, and is now Managing Director and Chairman of a spin-out company, Loreus Limited, which specialises in software development, environmental consultancy and training. The company has helped a number of large businesses to develop and implement an environmental management system and introduce an environmental awareness training programme using Loreus’s latest software technology. He is currently running a research programme to develop semantic neural networks for staff training in businesses.

Peter is involved in a number of regional and national initiatives. One of which has recently won a National Award (BEST NETWORK) co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, and the private sector, the project promotes the uptake of innovation and new technologies by SME's in the East Midlands. Over 200 organisations have been assisted to implement an EMS as part of this programme. In addition, he has been actively involved in developing software for EcoCampus, a national scheme to improve the environmental performance of the Further and Higher Education Sectors. He is also involved in similar scheme to develop environmental performance indicators for private-sector organisations.

As you might imagine, Peter doesn’t have much free time, but he enjoys outside activities such as running and skiing. He likes to socialise and enjoys a pint of Black Sheep!

James Repa, MIT

Jim Repa is a Senior Technical Leader in MIT's department of Information Services and Technology and is a member of MIT's IT Architecture Group. He has been the project leader and main developer for MIT's Roles Database and the EHSWEB system for training needs assessment and reporting. When Jim is not doing IT work, he is a jazz saxophonist playing in Boston area hotels and clubs.

Craig Ruberti, UMass Amherst

Mr. Ruberti is currently the Environmental Management Systems Coordinator for the University of Massachusetts Amherst. In support of the EMS efforts he also manages Enviance, an environmental management and compliance software program. In addition to the EMS initiatives, Craig has facilitated efforts to implement a campus-wide chemical inventory program. Prior to joining UMass he was a Project Manager with the Global Environment & Technology Foundation where he promoted the adoption of EMSs within the public sector, namely local government.

Mr. Ruberti has an MS in Resource Management and Administration from Antioch University and a BA from Hobart College.

Ron Slade, Boston University

Ron is the Assistant Director of BU’s Office of Environmental Health and Safety. His primary areas of responsibility include EHS Management, laboratory safety and information systems. He is the RSO, LSO and Controlled Substance Administrator. Ron has worked in various capacities within the OEHS for 18 years.

Laurie Veal, MIT

Laurie Veal is the Assistant Chief Project Management for MIT's EHS Management System Program. She has been working on the program since she joined MIT in 2001. Laurie has a background in internet software program and project development. She enjoys gardening and biking.

Dan Winograd, Woodard & Curran

Dan Winograd is a senior regulatory specialist at Woodard & Curran. He works with the compliance group on environmental management systems, environmental compliance audits, regulatory reviews, and environmental permitting projects for colleges and universities and medical facilities. Dan has more than 15 years of experience in environmental law and regulatory compliance. He served 11 years as a senior attorney for the Boston office of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from 1989 to 2001, and from 2001 to 2004 was environmental counsel at MIT.

Robert F. Wheaton, M.P.H., C.I.H, Vanderbilt University

Robert F. Wheaton, M.P.H., C.I.H., is Director for Vanderbilt Environmental Health and Safety at Vanderbilt University with responsibility for all health, safety and environmental management programs.

Bob is a board certified industrial hygienist with more than 25 years experience in developing and managing safety, health and environmental programs for both corporate and academic research institutions. He holds a master's of public health (MPH) degree in environmental health from Boston University, a bachelor of science (B.S.) in environmental science from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. He also holds an adjunct faculty appointment at Vanderbilt University as an Instructor and is past-president of the Middle Tennessee Section for the American Industrial Hygiene Association.

Bob serves as a member-at-large on the National Safety Council, Campus Safety Division CSHEMA Executive Committee. He is also an active member in the following professional organizations: American Industrial Hygiene Association, American Biological Safety Association, Health Physics Society, American Society for Safety Engineers and Campus Safety Health and Environmental Management Association.