Alisa Kahn Klinkel began working in the environmental field in 1989, after graduating from Davenport University with an Associates Degree in Business Management. She began to work for Dr. Kahn at Environmental Evaluation and Laboratory Services, Inc., as office coordinator and technical report writer.
In 1991 she went into property management, both commercial and residential, during which time she managed renovation and/or new construction. Alisa reviewed environmental inspections and interpreted regulations as they pertain to residential and commercial properties. Alisa was the start-up manager for 4 multi-family properties and was a regional manager overseeing properties in Michigan and Indiana.
In 2004, Alisa returned to the environmental field working for EOCT in the capacity of instructor, training administrator, building inspector, management planner and technical report writer. She has continued her training in the hazardous materials field, completing courses in lead, hazwoper and asbestos including asbestos courses in Contractor /Supervisor, Building Inspector, AHERA Management Planner, asbestos project design, NIOSH 582.. Her training also included HAZWOPER 40 hr, and Lead inspection/risk assessment. In addition to being a certified asbestos building inspector, she is a licensed lead inspector/risk assessor with EBL endorsement. Alisa is continuing her formal education with American Public University majoring in Environmental Sciences and is working toward a Masters Degree.
Alisa has recently assumed the roll of Managing Director of EOCT. In addition, she currently serves as Secretary for the board of the Asbestos Consultants Partnership, a grassroots steering committee working towards better regulatory oversite of asbestos and asbestos issues in the State of Michigan. For more information on ACP and how to become a member email Alisa directly.
Dr. A. Clark Kahn, III, grew up in the Pittsburgh, PA area in the 40s and 50s, a time when steel was king and air, water and soil pollution was rampant. Clark received his BA in Chemistry (’61) and MS in Biochemistry (’63) at University of New Hampshire, and then a Doctorate in Biochemistry from Penn State University in 1966.
Following a Post Doctorate at Rutgers in the field of endocrinology, Dr. Kahn assumed the position as Clinical Pathology Laboratory Officer and BioChemist at the Staten Island Public Health Hospital. He has held the position of Supervisor of Clinical Pathology at ICI America, Director of Research and Development at Precision Systems, Director of Laboratories at New England Medical, Director of Clinical Pathology at International Research and Development Corporation.
A position as Senior Chemist at Palisades Nuclear Plant provided a new direction of study for Dr. Kahn. From the nuclear industry, Dr. Kahn went into environmental toxicology, i.e. the hazardous waste industry, and then set up Environmental Evaluations and Laboratory Services (EELS) in Kalamazoo, Michigan to serve the needs of the regulated community. Environmental and Occupational Consulting and Training (EOCT) wasestablished simultaneously to provide training resources to the same community. In 1997, the functions of both companies were merged under the EOCT banner.
Dr. Kahn currently is setting up a location for EOCT in California where he shall get involved in many interesting west coast environmental projects while continuing his work in Michigan as well.
Dr. Kahn can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Andrews began his career in Health and Safety as a chemistry-radiation safety technician on a Nuclear Submarine. After completing his military service, Dave worked for 22 years at Consumers Energy. As a Chemistry-Radiation Safety Technician, Dave was part of the start up team that put the Palisades Nuclear Plant together.
In 1988, Dave left the position of Site Environmental Coordinator at Palisades and joined Dr. Kahn’s companies as the Director of Operations for EELS and EOCT.
Dave re-entered the nuclear industry at the two unitCook Nuclear Plant in 1992 where he held positions as Chemistry Supervisor and Safety and Environmental Instructor.
Then in 2001, Dave accepted the position of Health, Safety, and Environmental Manager at MPI Research.
In 2005, Dave returned to EOCT and again provided training and instruction in the areas of Radiation, Health, Safety and Environmental concerns.
Dave can be contacted directly at DHAndrewsSr@outlook.com
Saad Hanachi began working for EOCT, Inc., in 2016 conducting air monitoring, asbestos building inspections and other field technician duties.
Saad can be reached directly at email@example.com