Petroleum Technology in a Green Environment

Mr. Eric Goldman, M.S.P.H. (USA), is currently the Medical & Occupational Toxicologist in Neurology (Environmental and Occupational Medicine Associates, Mill Valley, USA), where he is providing consultation with regards to toxicological relevance, potential health effects and pharmacokinetics related to environmental and occupational exposures.


Before joining Neurology, Mr. Goldman worked for many companies and Governmental Agencies. He worked as a Consultant for the California Department of Health Services (Environmental Health Investigation Branch - Oakland, USA), where he was in charge of Public Health Assessments (PHAs), under a cooperative agreement with the Agency of Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), USA. Further, Mr. Goldman worked as Environmental, Health & Safety Scientist for Foster Wheeler Environmental Corporation (San Diego, USA), where he was in charge of company environmental health and safety policies and procedures. Further, Mr. Goldman worked as a Senior Staff Environmental Scientist for Cambria Environmental Technology (Emeryville, USA) where he was in charge of Risk Based Corrective Action (RBCA) and risk assessment reports for petrochemical clients. Furthermore, Mr. Goldman worked as a Health Scientist for McLaren-Hart Environmental Engineering (Alameda, USA), where he was in charge of Toxicological and Human Health Risk Assessment Evaluations.

Mr. Goldman is an Expert in Toxicology, Hazardous Waste Management, Pollution Prevention, Medical monitoring programs, Occupational trichloroethylene exposures, Water Analysis, Public Health Assessments (PHA), toxicological and risk-based interpretations, SIL, HAZOP, SIS, State and Federal regulations (OSHA, EPA, DTSC, EPA, DOT), Risk Management, Loss Control, Risk Based Corrective Action (RBCA).

Mr. Goldman's qualifications include, Masters of Science in Public Health (M.S.P.H.), Environmental Risk Assessment and Environmental Toxicology, Tulane University, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (USA), Cornell University (USA), Ithaca, B. A. Psychology (USA).



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