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Billy E. Webb, U.S. Navy (Ret), CHMM

Status: EMS & QMS Auditor, Instructor and Program Developer

Languages: English, French

B.S. in Chemistry
M.S. in Hazardous Waste Management
Certified Hazardous Material Manager (Masterís level)
Member International Association of Emergency Managers

Relevant Experience: Over 21 years of environmental regulatory compliance experience. 20 of these years were spent in the Navy as a Special Operations Officer with a focus on Rescue, Salvage, and Explosive Ordinance Management. Mr. Webb is considered an expert operator of environmental systems. Over half of his 20 year Naval career was spent as either the Commanding Officer or Executive Officer of his assignment, making him the responsible party for all Environmental, Health and Safety programs. Routinely inspected by EPA (Federal and State), OSHA, and DoD specialty teams. His 20 years culminated with no EHS violations ever recorded at his commands. Mr. Webb served on the Department of Defense steering committee that co-chaired the writing of the Munitions Rule and Range Rule with the EPA.

Mr. Webb initiated and completed the first ISO 9001 Certification of a Department of Defense Ammunition Production and Storage facility. This facility covers over 100 Square miles, has over 200 (explosive and machinery) production buildings, over 1800 storage magazines, and holds over 20% of all conventional munitions stored in the United States.