30 Forensic Engineering Strengthens Remediation Group with the Appointment of Chris Ciasnocha

30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading and fully-independent multi-disciplinary forensics firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Ciasnocha, B.A.Sc., as Senior Associate within the Remediation group.

Chris joins the firm with 10 years of experience in managing environmental projects relating to industrial hygiene, designated substances (including asbestos and PCB abatement), gas station and fuel storage decommissioning and associated permitting and reporting, throughout Ontario, Québec and the Maritime provinces for both public and private clients. At 30 Forensic Engineering, Chris will lead multidisciplinary environmental, health and safety projects.

Chris brings a robust health & safety background to the firm, including interpreting legislation, developing access and remediation protocols in complex industrial and construction settings, addressing government issued compliance orders, pre-start health & safety reviews, designated substance management programs, and providing training for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS), asbestos & mould awareness, and confined spaces among other topics. Chris received his Chemical & Environmental Engineering degree at the University of Ottawa and is fluent in both official languages.

“I am personally thrilled to welcome Chris to the team and look forward to him reinforcing our existing depth while increasing our team’s technical portfolio.” stated Jeff Reitsma, Practice Lead, Remediation.

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