SESHA 2018 Speaker Biography

Daniel Hall, PE, CIH / Cassidy D. Strode / Steven R. Trammell, PE, CSP, CCPSC, CHMM
Director of Engineering Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc,, Wheat Ridge, CO (Hall, Strode) / BSI, Austin, TX (Trammell)

Mr. Hall is a licensed professional engineer (PE), a certified industrial hygienist (CIH), and is the Director of Engineering at Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc. (C&IH). Mr. Hall specializes in industrial hygiene engineering controls, statistical data analysis, and computer modeling. His engineering controls work focuses on the evaluation of local exhaust ventilation (LEV) and general dilution ventilation systems, including the design of new systems and improvement of existing systems. He utilizes computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software to evaluate workplace ventilation performance criteria for specified applications such as laboratory and industrial process environments, LEV systems within pharmaceutical laboratory settings, and other commercial, governmental, and community settings. He also utilizes CFD to aid in the development of retrospective exposure characterizations. His statistical expertise includes proficiency using stochastic methodologies for compiling and analyzing data for exposure and risk assessments, including Monte Carlo distribution analysis of retrospective exposure data. He has presented at national and international conferences on statistical analytical methodologies and computer modeling techniques utilized in retrospective exposure characterization of workers and outdoor contaminant dispersion for the purpose of risk assessment activities. Cassidy Strode is a certified Professional Simulation Engineer and works at Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc. as a Computational Fluid Dynamic Specialist and Industrial Hygienist. Mr. Strode graduated from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2007 with a Bachelorís degree in Physics. He is a member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and is an active member of the national AIHA Hazard Prevention and Engineering Controls Committee. Mr. Strode has been using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) for industrial hygiene related projects for the last eight years and specializes in the application of CFD in support of retrospective, current, and prospective exposure assessment activities. He also utilizes CFD to evaluate workplace ventilation performance criteria for specified applications in laboratory and industrial process environments. After work he enjoys spending time with his wife and two dogs and kayaking, skiing, biking, hiking, hunting, and other outdoor sports. Steven Trammell is a Professional Engineer, Certified Safety Professional, Certified Process Safety Professional and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, and works as a Principal Consultant at BSI. He has over 30 years of experience in a wide range of environmental, health and safety program and project activities, spanning the aerospace, petrochemical and high technology industries. His core competencies include technical risk assessments, compliance auditing, process safety management, explosives safety and construction safety, in addition to expertise in regulatory compliance program development, compliance auditing, technical training and standards development.