ECS uses a team approach to guarantee your project(s) has multiple professionals collaborating with one another to successfully complete your job. ECS employees hold professional board recognized certifications to substantiate our work. Additionally, we have strategic agreements in place with other professionals and companies in their respective fields, giving us a network of resources.
Ryan B Sharratt, CSP
Ryan holds certifications from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Associate Safety Professional (ASP), Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST), Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST), and a Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist (COHC). Ryan also holds an Associates and Bachelor’s degrees in Occupational Safety and Health from Columbia Southern University. Ryan has been working in the field since 1999 and has numerous advanced certifications in asbestos, lead, and hazardous materials emergency response.
Tim Shaw, CES
Tim has a B.S. in Geology and Secondary Science Education and a Masters in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Adult Ed. He has over 25 years of experience in environmental consulting, conducting Phase I property assessments, site assessments, remediation system design and operation throughout Alaska and in Oregon. He is an AHERA certified Building inspector and has conducted a number of hazardous building materials surveys, indoor air quality surveys, mold surveys, and third party construction administration oversight on environmental cleanup actions and asbestos abatement projects. He also meets the requirements as an ADEC Qualified Environmental Professional.
Jason D. Storrs, CIH
Jason is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) through the American Board of Industrial Hygiene and is expected to be a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals later this year. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health from Brigham Young University and a Master’s degree in Occupational Health-Industrial Hygiene from the University of Utah. Since graduating in 2010, he’s had experience in the environmental and occupational safety and health field within various industries, including mining, hazardous waste remediation, aerospace manufacturing and government contracting.
Frank is a long time resident of Kodiak Island and has lived in many of the communities including Akhiok, Old Harbor, Larsen Bay, and Kodiak. Frank graduated with two associates degrees (Accounting and General Business) from the University of Alaska. He’s currently working on his degrees in Accounting and Human Resource Management through the University of Alaska Southeast.
Frank is married to Shelly Roberts, another life-long Kodiak resident. Frank and Shelly have 4 boys, ages 22, 16, 15, and 8.
Frank believes strongly in community service and is a director on the Sun’aq Tribal Council, Kodiak Chamber of Commerce Board, Kodiak Lions Club and Koniag, Inc. Frank is also an elected official as an assemblyman on the Kodiak Island Borough assembly.
Monique Lewis, ASP
Monique is new to the Kodiak and new to ECS. Her educational background is in Emergency Management with a minor in Environmental Response and Recovery. She has 15 years of experience as a project manager in fields that include civil construction, disaster response and recovery, and EPA compliance. During that time she also managed a private HazMat team. Most recently, Monique has earned her Associate Safety Professional (ASP) credentials. Monique is looking forward to putting her skills to use to develop dynamic, interactive training programs for ECS employees and our customers.
James Glenn, PM