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By Michael Halliwell
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Michael Halliwell

The Green Files by Michael Halliwell

Michael Halliwell, M.Eng., CESA, EP, P.Eng., is an Associate and Environmental Engineer for Thurber Engineering Ltd. in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. During his 15-plus years with the company, he has been involved with environmental site assessment, remediation, construction inspection and supervision, and project management. He also performs hazardous building material assessments for asbestos and lead paint.

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Unstoppable Ego v. Irresistible Force

As many of you know, my involvement with the coatings industry is not on the application side. As someone in the environmental field, my most common involvement is in the assessment of applied paints for lead content.

Posted Thursday, April 30, 2015 | 0 Comments


The Big Deal about Asbestos

Once again, asbestos is hitting the headlines. There have been articles about school-board employees being exposed via sanding tiles and a potential cover-up, about an unscrupulous individual using her certified employer’s credentials to issue training certificates for workers that didn’t set foot in the classroom or take the required exam, and many more examples where this material has made news.

Posted Thursday, December 18, 2014 | 5 Comments


Confined Space:
Have We Learned Our Lesson Yet?

I don’t think we go more than a week between articles about injuries or fatalities involving confined spaces.

Posted Thursday, August 14, 2014 | 3 Comments


Who’ll Take Responsibility for Safety?

Although I am an environmental professional by trade, my work is tied into enough health, safety and environment (HSE) programs to expose me to a variety of safety programs, styles and attitudes over my career.

Posted Friday, May 2, 2014 | 1 Comment


The Hidden Hazards of Bridge Rehab

Any time that one is working bridge rehabilitation, there are certain hazards that should be pretty obvious. The first, and often foremost, is falls and fall hazards. But there are other potential hazards at bridge rehabilitation jobs that may not be quite so obvious—and can be missed, to the worker's peril.

Posted Friday, January 31, 2014 | 2 Comments

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