M.S., Occupational Safety and Health, Environmental Management, Columbia Southern University, Alabama, 2014
Environmental Health & Safety Instructor and Consultant
Kiel McClintock is a Lead Forensic and Environmental Health & Safety Instructor and Consultant for NES, Inc. (NES). Mr. McClintock is a California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI)-certified outreach instructor with over 18 years of hands-on and academic experience in the fields of environmental health & safety and emergency response. He serves as a lead instructor in OSHA & clandestine laboratory courses and as an EH&S consultant for a diverse group of clients.
Mr. McClintock has a master’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety with a concentration in Environmental Management. He is one of NES’ primary safety observers, performing third-party safety oversight for many companies throughout California. His experience working in the industrial hygiene field includes performing lab sampling, overseeing sampling procedures, and conducting product quality control and analysis. Mr. McClintock also assists in project oversight and other roles within California wildfire response efforts.
Mr. McClintock previously served as a Hospital Corpsman in the U.S. Navy with the Navy’s chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense (CBRN defense) team in San Diego, CA out of the Emergency Department at U.S. Naval Medical Center, Balboa. Following his time with the Navy, Mr. McClintock completed paramedic school in Sacramento, CA. He subsequently found a job as an on-site medic at Thunder Valley Casino during the casino’s hotel and parking garage expansion project where he performed duties as both a medic and a construction safety officer.
Further experience includes serving as a Regional Safety Officer for a nationwide services contractor to the railroads. His role with the railroads included responding to train derailments and hazardous materials releases throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Other job duties included overseeing many of the day-to-day operations and identifying pertinent control measures to be implemented for the prevention of occupational injuries and illnesses.
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