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Scott Kahler

Division Manager, Asbestos & Environmental Services

Years Of Experience: 
16
Education/Registration: 
Arvada Fire Academy, Fire Fighter I and Advanced Industrial Firefighting
Training: 
OSHA 29CFR 1910.120
RAD Worker I, II
IDLH Confined Space Entry and Rescue
First Responder
BNSF Railcar Responder
Asbestos AHERA Supervisor
Certified U.S. Crane Operator
7,000+ Hours Heavy Equipment Operating Experience
Advanced Highway Responder-TTCI
Methods of Mitigation-TTCI
State of Colorado Certified Firefighter I
Incident Command 40-hr - NIMS
Oil Spill Recovery Tactics and Management
Flammable Liquid Firefighting
Reactive Explosive Technician
OSHA 40-hr Hazardous Waste Operations and 40-hr Hazardous Materials Technician
OSHA 10-hr Construction Outreach Training
OSHA 30-hr Construction Outreach Training
Recognition, Treatment, and Protection for Injuries Involving Hazardous Materials
Project Management Training
Compressed Gas Transfer Techniques
Chlorine Incident Management and Response
Cylinder Specialist-Response and Identification
Anhydrous Chlorine Products Reactive Awareness
Vinyl Chloride Safety in Transportation
Advanced Methods of Mitigation for Compressed Gases
Tank Car/Tank Truck Emergency Response
Advanced Industrial Firefighting-Arvada Fire Dept
Air Monitoring Specialist
Advanced Tank Truck Response Course-TTCI
Rail Related Response-TTCI
Tank Car Specialist
Confined Space Entry and Rescue
Key Highlights

Mr. Kahler is the Manager for CES’ Denver based environmental division. He is responsible for ensuring complete safety and regulatory compliance on all aspects of company projects while overseeing field labor and maintenance of performance schedules. He also administers and implements all project documentation and related regulatory records. Other duties Mr. Kahler performs include estimating/reviewing job progress and costs, monitoring change orders and ensuring projects are maintained within scope of work, conducting building inspections/surveys and creating inspection reports, developing project designs, maintaining client contact, and assisting with invoicing and collection of accounts receivable.

Mr. Kahler previously served as Hazardous Materials Division Manager for a nationwide environmental remediation contractor where he oversaw all hazardous materials operations in 15 offices across the U.S. During his time as General Manager for an environmental contractor in Colorado Springs, CO, he managed staff and prepared work schedules, reviewed financial statements, sales activity reports, business development and AP and AR, and responded to land, air, water, explosives, and railway hazmat emergencies.

Accomplishments: 
Proven record of success completing projects on time and under budget including the management of complex environmental remediation projects in excess of $25 million with crews of 250 laborers.
Thoroughly knowledgeable in governmental compliance, regulatory procedures, and reporting. Attained top DOE security clearance while working at a nuclear reactor site.

OVER THE PAST 20 YEARS, WE HAVE RESPONDED TO OVER 3,000 SPILLS & INCIDENTS.

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