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Environmental, Health & Safety Management in Today’s Changing World
Thursday, May 30, 2013
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Agenda
8:00 a.m.
Welcome – Daniel K. Moon, President, EBC
Introduction – Russell Schuck, Program Chair
Vice President, Haley & Aldrich
8:20 a.m.
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Michael Elliott, Corporate Environmental Director
Cabot Corporation
8:50 a.m.
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William VanSchalkwyk, Managing Director
Environment, Health, and Safety Programs
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
9:30 a.m.
Leonard Sarapas, P.E., P.H., Corporate Director
Environment, Health & Safety
Boston Scientific Corporation
10:00 a.m.
Networking Break
10:30 a.m.
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Robert Castaldo, Director
Environmental Health & Safety
Massachusetts General Hospital
11:00 a.m.
Panel Discussion
Panel Moderator: Russell Schuck, Haley & Aldrich
 Michael Elliott, Cabot Corporation
 William VanSchalkwyk, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 Leonard Sarapas, P.E., P.H., Boston Scientific Corporation
 Robert Castaldo, Massachusetts General Hospital
12:00 p.m.
Adjourn
Program Co-Chairs
Russell Schuck, Vice President
Haley & Aldrich
465 Medford Street, Suite 2200, Boston, MA 02129-1400
(617) 886-7404 // [email protected]
Russell Schuck is a Vice President at Haley & Aldrich. Russell has over 20 years experience in
environmental consulting. He serves as a client leader for the company's Industrial Environmental
Business Unit which focuses on clients in the aerospace, automotive, biopharma, petrochemical, and
general manufacturing market segments. He is also on the leadership team for Haley & Aldrich's
Contaminated Sediment Management practice. Russell acts as project manager on large, complex, sites
providing strategic advice to the client team. He provides technical support on site assessment,
conceptual site model development, contaminant fate and transport evaluation, and remedial strategy
development. His areas of expertise include site characterization techniques, contaminant hydrogeology,
metals geochemistry, limnology, and DNAPL fate and transport.
Russell is a Licensed Professional Geologist in NH and a Certified Professional Geologist. He is a
member of the American Institute of Professional Geologists and the American Chemical Society.
Russell received a B.A. in Geology from Hartwick College and an M.S. in Geology/Water Resources from
the University of Vermont.
Montgomery Lovejoy, Vice President
AECOM Environment
250 Apollo Drive, Chelmsford, MA 01824
(978) 905-2291 // monty.lovejoy @ aecom.com
Mr. Lovejoy is a Vice President and Global Sales Director, Manufacturing Sector for AECOM. He is
responsible for AECOM’s Environment business lines manufacturing key account program. We serve
over 300 manufacturing clients and generate $100 million in revenue in this sector. Growing our key
account relationships (targeting 20 multi-national corporations) by expanding the range of services
provided and global geographies served is his daily mission. Mr. Lovejoy works with the Manufacturing
Sales Leaders in Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe/Middle East/Africa and Latin America to identifying the
best resources and ensuring quality project performance for our clients is job number one.
Using his 30 years of business development and account management experience, he consults with
clients on engineering, regulatory compliance, health and safety, environmental, real estate and
construction management projects. He assists with maintaining an outward focus to anticipate and
respond to evolving needs of industry. This includes participation in industry associations and advisory
committees and presenting at professional conferences and meetings.
Speakers
Robert A. Castaldo, Director, Environmental Health & Safety
Massachusetts General Hospital
West End House, B-19, 16 Blossom Street, Boston, MA 02114
(617) 726-2425 // [email protected]
Robert A. Castaldo is currently the Director of Environmental, Health and Safety at Massachusetts
General Hospital (MGH) in Boston, MA. As the Director, Mr. Castaldo leads and manages
comprehensive environmental, health and safety programs with an emphasis on fire safety management,
occupational hygiene, hazardous materials, biological safety and environmental compliance.
Prior to working at MGH Mr. Castaldo spent 14 years at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, first as
the Safety Manager and then as Safety Director from 1996 to 2002. He received his Bachelor of Science
degree from Boston College and a Master of Science degree from the University of Vermont. Mr.
Castaldo is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers, the American Industrial Hygiene
Association, and was a member of the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Safety Council.
Michael J. Elliott, Environmental Director, Safety, Health and Environment
Cabot Corporation
Two Seaport Lane, Suite 1300, Boston, MA 02210
(617) 342-6178 // Cell: (857) 206-5779 // [email protected]
Michael is an accomplished environmental, health and safety professional who has worked primarily in
the manufacturing sector throughout his professional career. Currently, he serves as the corporate
environmental director at Cabot Corporation, a specialty chemical company based in Boston with 46
manufacturing sites operating in 21 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, Middle-East and Asia.
Prior to that he served as the EHS Director at Sensata Technologies, an electronic components
manufacturer headquartered in Attleboro, Massachusetts, and as an EHS manager at Sensata’s
predecessor, the Sensors & Controls Division of Texas Instruments, which in addition to electronic
components also included a long history in metal finishing and metal forming. During that tenure, he
managed a broad range of issues ranging from traditional EHS regulatory compliance and operational
performance matters to innovative sustainability practices and environmental management systems as
demanded by increasingly sophisticated stakeholders in a global economy.
Leonard Sarapas, P.E., P.H., Corporate Director, Environment, Health & Safety
Boston Scientific Corporation
One Boston Scientific Way, Marlboro, MA 01752
(508) 683-4083 // [email protected]
Leonard Sarapas, PE PH, is Corporate Director, Environment, Health & Safety, for Boston Scientific. In
this role, he oversees the global EH&S program and a portion of the risk management program. Prior to
being at Boston Scientific, he held leadership roles at Cabot Corporation and in various consulting
groups. He is a senior management executive with over 30 years of applied expertise in these fields, and
has demonstrated leadership through strong planning and execution skills, with a focus toward achieving
measurable results.
William VanSchalkwyk, Managing Director for Environment, Health, and Safety Programs
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue, N52-402, Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 253-9492 // [email protected]
Bill VanSchalkwyk is the chief Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) central administrator at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In this capacity he is responsible for performance of Institute EHS
management systems and for strategy development of EHS programs. He is also responsible for
programs and systems at MIT such as security of hazardous materials and campus emergency
management. Bill is a certified safety professional and certified hazardous materials manager and has
extensive environmental management experience. He has more than 25 years experience in EHS
management formerly in the corporate organization of a fortune 50 corporation and for the past 16 years
at MIT.
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