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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-2020
Booth: 1
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Matt Thomas, CGRS

CGRS began in 1987 as an environmental consulting company, providing industry- and regulatory-compliance expertise and services to owners and operators in the upstream and downstream petroleum industry. Over time we have diversified to meet the ever-changing customer needs by becoming experts in the markets of Environmental Services, Liquid and CNG Fueling, Oil & Gas, and Water and Wastewater. We are always on the lookout for the next opportunity to help our clients succeed, as evidenced by our wide range of services that include: Compliance Inspection and Testing Permitting, Engineering/Design Construction Design-Build Water and Wastewater Leak Detection Water Quality Sampling and Assessment Air Emissions Management SPCC Reclamation and Material Management As an environmental consulting company, our expertise is multifaceted: we have subject matter experts in diverse yet synergistic areas, and are truly a one-stop shop for our customers.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 2
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Mychelle Fernandez, CEA

Corporate Environmental Advisors (CEA) is a full-service environmental consulting firm with expertise in all aspects of environmental consulting, including: environmental due diligence, environmental engineering, site assessment and remediation, environmental health and safety (EH&S), industrial hygiene, hazardous building material assessments, emergency response, and multi-media sampling and related field services. CEA is headquartered in Central MA, with branch offices in New Hampshire and Maine.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 3
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Jennifer Rohde, CalEPA

Our mission is to restore, protect and enhance the environment, to ensure public health, environmental quality and economic vitality. We fulfill our mission by developing, implementing and enforcing environmental laws that regulate air, water and soil quality, pesticide use and waste recycling and reduction. Our departments are at the forefront of environmental science, using the most recent research to shape the states environmental laws. The Office of the Secretary heads CalEPA overseeing and coordinating the activities of one office, two boards, and three departments dedicated to improving Californias environment.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 4
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Josilynn Spray, DTSC

The mission of DTSC is to protect Californias people and environment from harmful effects of toxic substances by restoring contaminated resources, enforcing hazardous waste laws, reducing hazardous waste generation, and encouraging the manufacture of chemically safer products.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 5
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Samantha Lawler, DTSC

The mission of DTSC is to protect Californias people and environment from harmful effects of toxic substances by restoring contaminated resources, enforcing hazardous waste laws, reducing hazardous waste generation, and encouraging the manufacture of chemically safer products.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 6
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Jennifer Lorenzo, Cal Fire - OSFM

The mission of the State Fire Marshal is to protect life and property through the development and application of fire prevention engineering, education and enforcement. The Office of the State Fire Marshal supports the mission of the CAL FIRE by focusing on fire prevention. The Office of the State Fire Marshal provides support through a wide variety of fire safety responsibilities including: regulating buildings in which people live, congregate, or are confined; by controlling substances and products which may, in and of themselves, or by their misuse, cause injuries, death and destruction by fire; by providing statewide direction for fire prevention within wildland areas; by regulation hazardous liquid pipelines; by developing and reviewing regulations and building standards; and by providing training and education in fire protection methods and responsibilities. These achievements are accomplished through several major program elements including engineering, education, enforcement and support from the State Board of Fire Services.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 7
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Meghan Graham, Hedgerow Software

CUPA Data Management Solution Provider

CUPA-2020
Booth: 8
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Lindsay Brooks, UL Materials & Supply Chain

UL Materials & Supply Chain

CUPA-2020
Booth: 9
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Dan Jenkins, Steel Camel

Managing Water in Underground Fuel Storage Tanks

CUPA-2020
Booth: 10
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Richard Casagrande, Calif Compliance School

California Compliance School (CCS) is an innovative, activity-based training program that will teach you the basics of complying with the confusing maze of environmental regulations in a fun and interesting format Using experts in the field of adult learning principles, the team of curriculum development specialists at CCS put together a performance-based program that addresses the most common questions and practices of environmental compliance for hazardous waste generators. "Performance-based" means that, during the course of the class, you will learn what you need to know to apply these skills to your business operations. This keeps you in compliance, saves money through waste reduction, and may prevent you from getting fined As you can imagine, this format is dramatically different from sitting for eight hours in front of an instructor who lectures the whole time, without really giving you an opportunity to demonstrate that you have learned anything--or to practice what you may have learned. The credit for the CCS concept goes to employees of the Department of Toxic Substances Control. They realized the need for basic hazardous waste management training but recognized that an institution of adult learning (a college) would be better equipped to develop and provide the training than a regulatory agency. Their vision was a "Traffic School" for hazardous waste generators, which would allow fines for certain violations to be "forgiven" by the DTSC and today that vision is a reality.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 11
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Sheryl Baldwin, CCDEH

The California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health (CCDEH) membership is comprised from the Environmental Health Directors from 62 jurisdictions, including all 58 California counties and 4 California cities. Associate membership is open to all Environmental Health professionals (Membership App). Members of CCDEH are also members of the California Association of Environmental Health Administrators (CAEHA), which is the legislative arm of CCDEH. The CCDEH annually elects an Executive Committee that is comprised of four officers, seven policy chairs and four regional representatives. A Manager and Executive Director are based in Sacramento to support the association in legislative and administrative matters. CCDEH's four regional and nine Policy Committees serve at the direction of the Executive Committee (and the EHS Registration Committee that is led by the CA Department of Public Health). Meeting dates can be viewed on the CCDEH Calendar. Awards are given each year to the Manager of the Year (at CEHA AES) and Excellence in Environmental Health (at the annual conference). CCDEH holds an Annual Educational Conference at which its officers are elected and organization priorities and positions are established. CCDEH is an affiliate of the California State Association of Counties and California Conference of Local Health Officers. CCDEH also works closely with the California CUPA Forum, California Retail Food Safety Coalition and California Environmental Health Association. The Executive Committee consists of the President, President Elect, Secretary-Treasurer, Immediate Past President, the Chair from each of the four Regions and the Chair from each Committee. The CCDEH Manager and Executive Director coordinate and facilitate the various activities and meetings.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 12
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Lee Barnes, FreeRangeXR

Virtual & Augmented Reality Simulation & Training "Training for the 21st Century" FreeRangeXR is a development studio of dedicated, passionate, and seasoned creators with a commitment to the craft of making premium Virtual Reality (VR) & Augmented Reality (AR) simulations for the enterprise. After decades as a software development team, FreeRangeXR now brings that wealth of knowledge and collaborative experience to XR (VR & AR) Training. Or team enjoys the perfect combination of complementary skills in design, art, engineering and development. Our simulations are stateoftheart. We utilize the most advanced VR/AR technology to build hyperrealistic environments and randomization. Full sensory immersion provides a safe environment, free of distractions, that helps achieve higher retention rates and accelerated mastery all while minimizing risk.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 13
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Terry Gunderson, Occupational Services

Founded in 1988, Occupational Services, Inc. (OSI) specializes in radiation, chemical and biological safety for research laboratories, medical facilities, and manufacturing companies. OSI is staffed with professionals who have training and experience in Industrial Hygiene (chemical safety), Health Physics (radiation safety), Biological Safety and Safety Engineering. OSI can place an EH&S Coordinator on site to implement your EH&S program. Benefits include: Professionals with extensive hands-on experience. Supervision of projects by OSI's senior certified professionals. State of the art training programs. Increased productivity by allowing scientific staff to focus on research and development.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 14
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Bree Bennett, Trinity Consultants

Founded in 1974, Trinity Consultants is an EHS consulting company with offices across the U.S. and in Canada, the U.K., Asia, and Australia. Trinity assists organizations with environmental regulatory issues such as permitting and compliance management, air dispersion modeling, and control technology analyses. We also address broader environmental performance and risk management issues such as environmental sustainability, EHS management systems, carbon management, and auditing and verification. For assistance in any of these areas, contact your nearest Trinity office at (800) 229-6655 or 1 (972) 661-8100.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 15
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Fred Mehr, Cal OES

With over 38 million residents (12% of the population), the State of California is the most populous state in the nation and has the third largest land area among the states (163,695 square miles). California is culturally, ethnically, economically, ecologically, and politically diverse, and maintains the eighth largest economy in the world with 13 percent of the U.S. gross domestic product. California also faces numerous risks and threats to our people, property, economy, environment and is prone to earthquakes, floods, significant wildfires, prolonged drought impacts, public health emergencies, cybersecurity attacks, agricultural and animal disasters, as well threats to homeland security. Cal OES takes a proactive approach to addressing these risks, threats, and vulnerabilities that form the basis of our mission and has been tested through real events, as well as comprehensive exercises that help us maintain our state of readiness and plan for and mitigate impacts.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 16
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Jose E. Rodriguez, EMCO Wheaton Retail

Emco Wheaton Retail Corporation, located in Wilson, North Carolina is the premier manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of products to ensure the environmentally safe handling of liquid petroleum. Under new ownership since May 1996, the company continues to be at the forefront in the development of innovative retail fueling products and services for the international petroleum equipment industry. Emco Wheaton Retail products are grouped into four major categories: vapor recovery and automatic nozzles, dispenser accessories, overfill prevention and spill containment devices, and valves and fittings. Products are brought to market primarily through a global distributor network consisting of the largest and the best petroleum equipment distributors domestically and internationally. In addition, the company has twenty-seven domestic and international field sales offices.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 17
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Sheryl Baldwin, Cal CUPA Forum

The mission of the Unified Program is to protect public health and safety, restore and environmental quality, and sustain economic vitality through effective and efficient implementation of the program.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 18
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Sheryl Baldwin, Cal CUPA Forum

CUPA Kiosk

CUPA-2020
Booth: 19
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Julee Vecchio, Verisk 3E

Verisk 3E delivers intelligent compliance solutions that empower companies around the globe to reduce risk, drive continuous improvement and create new growth opportunities. Verisk 3E has set the standard for combining regulatory expertise and enriched global compliance content and transforming it into actionable intelligence to enhance chemical and workplace safety, product safety and stewardship, supply chain stewardship and research and development support.

CUPA-2020
Booth: 20
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Matt Schuessler, Franklin Fueling Systems

The world's leading provider of complete fueling systems. We are comprised of the industry's most extensive lines of fueling product solutions. With us, you can get the most comprehensive product offering from the industry's leader in total system solutions. Franklin Fueling Systems provides unparalleled simplicity in placing one order, having one point of contact, relying on one service team and receiving one consolidated shipment. A wide variety of products, a world class customer service experience and extensive technical background create a complete system solution where our services, features and products set us apart as the industry leader. Whether you want to automate your station or network, build or re-build your station according to the latest environmental laws, update a station to fulfill new regulations or intend to realize a more cost efficient site construction and operation, you can rely on Franklin Fueling Systems. Our submersible pumping systems, service station hardware, fuel management systems and complete pipework solutions can increase your efficiency and improve your business. In addition to the industry's most comprehensive product offering, Franklin Fueling Systems also provides: One order for all equipment Factory tested leak-tight equipment Reduced site downtimes 100% Bio-fuel compatible options Effective control of your fuel stocks Ensured environmental protection Solutions to keep fuel in and water out Lowest total cost of ownership Time and money savings Franklin Fueling Systems can deliver a complete package of pipework, manhole chambers, under dispenser containment, submersible pumps and intelligent fuel stock & environmental monitoring systems all designed around your exact needs and delivered in one shipment, ready for installation.