Michael S

Hazardous Materials Specialist Manager


Environmental Science Technician

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Michael F. Schunck Employment Objective: To secure a position in the environmental field with opportunities to make significant contributions to the sustained growth, the success of a company, its clients, for the greater benefit of the environment via the utilization of my scientific expertise, professional experience, enthusiasm, initiative, and progressive insightful nature. Professional Experience: Royal Oak Fire Department, Royal Oak, MI 1986-2012 Fire Captain / Hazardous Materials “Specialist” / EMT • Field Management, Fire Suppression Operations, RP: 3 million dollars of response equipment, manpower/shifts management. • Field Response, Emergency Remediation and Environmental Disasters. Incident Commander, Specialized Response Procedures and Developing/Implementation for Incident Mitigation. • Providing public emergency medical response, treatment, transporting to medical facilities. Madonna University, Livonia, Michigan 2004-present Adjunct Faculty / Professor / Course Development and Delivery • Program creator, oversight, and student management. Modernizing University level courses for various Baccalaureate Programs in fields of study. • Coordinate; oversee daily student operations with regard to student success, and advancement. • Instrumental in the design, operations, and maintenance of University’s on-line course packages/ internet venues. • 2010 created educational web-site and text at Ferguson Harbour, Nashville, TN Inland Waters, Detroit, MI Marine Pollution Control, Detroit, MI 1988-2006 Hazardous Materials “Specialist” / Corporate Instruction • Environmental oversight: Response, Mitigations for environmental emergencies/disasters throughout MI, IN, OH, ILL, and WV. Remediation of waste sites throughout Detroit Metropolitan area. Remediation of GTRR transportation incidents, DOT transportation incidents involving highway transportation accidents. • Provider / Professional Counsel: all aspects of abatement, hazardous waste characterization, disposal, and relevant environmental cleanup/ response activities for primary DEA clandestine methamphetamine drug labs. • Lab. sample for analysis and monitoring/analyze environmental exposure, storm water, soil, and air quality samples for compliance with site safety and health applicable cleanup criteria. • Represent corporate interactions with subcontractors and regulatory agencies. • Responsible to and for reports for clients and governmental agencies. • Prepare service contracts, and cost estimates for prospective projects. MSP/HMTC, Lansing, Michigan Michigan State Police/Hazardous Materials Training Center 1987-2002 Hazardous Materials “Specialist”/Instructor • Perform on-site and remote facility Instruction for the State of Michigan MSP/HMTC. • Design/Created MSP/HMTC Training Center Secondary-Site location. • Operate, maintain, and innovated training site improvements. • Generated environmental training reports for EPA/DOT agencies. • Developed and implemented site-specific environmental health and safety plans while serving as site safety officer. • Coordinate and oversee subcontractor Instructional activities. • Represented MSP/HMTC in meetings with regulatory agencies. • Hosted, Delivered, and Created annual State Conferences off-site locations. Organizational Affiliations & Certifications: • Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) 2006 • Hazardous Materials “Specialist” (HMS) 1987 • Madonna University On-Line Instructor (MUOLI) 2012 • Michigan Fire Service Instructor (MFSI) 1988 • 40-hour OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) • 8-hour OSHA HAZWOPER Annual Refresher (per OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120)