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We wish to thank all of our Exhibitors for supporting the annual California CUPA Forum Training Conference. Please take a moment to visit our exhibitor websites to learn more about their products and services.

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CUPA-2019
Booth: 47
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Allison Oliver, Heritage Environmental Srvs

At Heritage our first commitment is to safety- the safety of every employee, customer, supplier, contractor, and visitor. Nothing we do can become more important than our safety performance. Our goal is simple: the complete elimination of injuries, occupational illness, unsafe practice and environmental harm. We take pride in our health and safety record, which is among the best in the industry, but we continually strive to improve. The objective of our Health and Safety Program is to proactively control the chemical, physical and environmental hazards through proper planning, hazard recognition, evaluation, control and communication so that we have no accidents, spills or other incidents. To make that happen, we require strict adherence to our standard health and safety manual by our personnel, subcontractors and visitors at Heritage facilities and project sites. Heritages Health and Safety Program is lead and directed by the Corporate Safety Manager who reports directly to executive leadership. Our program is implemented on a corporate-wide basis with health and safety plans prepared for every Heritage project. Inspections and audits are performed to determine compliance with each site-specific plan. The major elements of our program are: employee medical monitoring; employee health and safety training; site health and safety plan development; site inspections and audits; and near miss and safety observation follow-up and corrective action. While management is leading Heritages safety initiatives, each employee is responsible for following safety rules and regulations, stopping unsafe activities, and participating to support an enhanced safety culture. To achieve the companys ultimate safety goal of zero incidents, each employee must pledge to hold themselves to the highest safety standards in accordance with our 6Safety principles: Stopping Unsafe Work Assessing the Risks Following Procedures Eliminating the Risks Taking steps to be Healthy Yielding the Rewards

CUPA-2019
Booth: 48
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Dale Kovalczyk, Modern Welding

Modern Welding Company is the largest underground and aboveground steel tank manufacturer in the United States. Our steel products include ASME pressure vessels, petroleum and chemical storage tanks, water and grease filtration systems, structural steel, mine support arches, and custom steel plate fabrication.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 49
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John Covington, Franklin Fueling Systems

Franklin Fueling Systems offer the world's most complete line of petroleum equipment including Submersible Pumping Systems, Piping & Containment Systems, Service Station Hardware, Dispensing Systems, Fuel Management Systems and Transport Systems.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 50
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Sheryl Baldwin, Cal CUPA Forum

The CUPA FORUM BOARD is the managing group for the CALIFORNIA CUPA FORUM, the statewide association of program agencies formed to effectively and efficiently implement the Unified Program by consolidating the administration, permits, inspections, and enforcement activities of local, state, and federal environmental and emergency management programs.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 51

Aaron Motes, Environmental Products Mktg

Environmental Products Marketing

CUPA-2019
Booth: 52
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Jared Blasdell, Lion Technology

Private and public organizations nationwide turn to Lion Technology Inc. for effective, engaging regulatory compliance training and ongoing support. Lion delivers more than 250 public workshops each year, in 65 US cities - including hazardous materials and Title 22 hazardous waste training in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Fresno, San Francisco, San Diego, Ontario, San Jose, Sacramento, Anaheim, Palmdale, Bakersfield, and Oakland. Can't join us in the classroom? Enroll for online training you can complete when you want, where you want, using a PC, tablet, or mobile device. You will find initial and refresher Title 22 training to meet DTSC mandates and keep you up to date on what's new in the Golden State. Or, reserve a seat for a live, expert-led webinars on emerging industry topics like pharmaceutical hazardous waste regulations, lithium battery shipping, or TSCA chemical reporting. Students come to Lion year after year not just for great training, but also to take advantage of Lion's exceptional Membership Services - downloadable regulatory updates, informative FAQ, Lion News, extensive online reference library, and fast answers to your compliance questions through the Lion Finder Service. Our goal is to provide our students with the most comprehensive training and support experience possible. Join 175,000 satisfied industry professionals and discover what sets us Lion apart.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 53
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Tim Ericsen, Tait Environmental Services

For over 50 years, we have provided Civil Engineering, Environmental, and Architectural solutions for our clients. Since 1964, family-owned TAIT has been providing land development and engineering solutions for clients, working together to build a better future. With 8 offices and 150 employees strategically located throughout the Western United States, our firm is dedicated to providing innovative engineering, environmental, and architectural services for a diverse range of project types. Throughout our history, our firm has worked with thousands of clients to design and build Retail Shopping Centers, Residential Communities, Industrial Developments, Medical Facilities and beyond. Our Environmental Services Branch, (TES) was established as a wholly owned subsidiary of TAIT, as a way to better serve the environmental needs of our clients, and to provide cleaner solutions for generations to come. Our commitment to excellence and meticulous attention to detail are just a couple of reasons why our firm has been recognized in ENRs (Engineering News Record) top 500 Design Firms and Top 200 Environmental Firms. We take pride in providing the best possible solutions for our clients At the end of the day, what makes it all come together is a talented team of entrepreneurially-minded employees whose collective expertise crosses multiple disciplines, and whose collaborative nature ensures the greatest potential for teamwork and the strongest project outcomes. Whatever the challenge, big or small, TAITs promise to Rise to the Challenge is a dependable promise to any organization that provides us the opportunity to serve them.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 54
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Andy Smith, Environmental Resource Ctr

Environmental Resource Center offers a full range of expert services to help you comply with federal and state environmental, safety, and transportation regulations.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 56
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Lindsay Stiger, Clean Earth Systems

Clean Earth Systems

CUPA-2019
Booth: 57
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Taylor Rednose, Tyler Technologies

Tyler empowers the people who serve the public by providing local governments and school districts with innovative, fully integrated software and services to help them become more efficient, accessible, and responsive to the needs of the public.