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David Moore PE, CSP
President & CEO
Mr. Moore is recognized as a global expert on process safety, chemical security, and risk management. He advises many of the world’s leading energy, petroleum, and chemical companies on how to develop, evaluate and improve risk management systems for their operations. As the founder of AcuTech, he has been a leader in the field and has been on the leading edge of developments in the field of process safety and security. He has been a pioneer on the development of industry guidance and has authored many publications for Process Safety Management, Security Risk Assessments, and Inherently Safer Technology. CONTINUE
Brad A. Fuller
Manager, Risk Assessment Services
Mr. Fuller has over twenty years of engineering and consulting experience, and is accomplished in process safety, security, facility siting, risk management and critical infrastructure protection. He is skilled in all aspects of qualitative and quantitative risk assessment. He is a trained and experienced PHA and SIL assignment facilitator, leading projects for US and international projects and facilities.
Michael J. Hazzan CPSA
Mr. Hazzan has over thirty-five years of specialized experience in process risk management. He is a senior technical leader with proven skills in all areas of process safety and risk management, process plant security assessment, business development, business unit management, and communications. CONTINUE
Martin R. Rose CPSA
Manager, Eastern Business Unit
Mr. Rose has over thirty years of expertise in the chemical process industries including process safety and security, engineering and plant operations. He has extensive consulting experience with PSM audits and PHA/LOPA reviews as well as Security Vulnerability Assessments for MTSA and non-MTSA covered chemical process facilities and fuel terminals. CONTINUE