Technical Services Staff
Neil C. Kiely, CHP
Mr. Kiely has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Agricultural and Resource Economics from Oregon State University. He is a Certified Health Physicist (CHP), certified by the American Board of Health Physics (ABHP). He holds technical certifications as an Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST) and is a Registered Radiation Protection Technologist (NRRPT). He is currently employed as the General Manager and Health Physicist for OHS Technical Services, a small business providing radiological consulting and professional services based in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Mr. Kiely has most recently been involved in applied radiation protection program execution as the Radcon Manager on the DOE Oak Ridge National Labs (ORNL) Hotcells D&D project. Mr. Kiely is also supporting radiological and safety management activities at DOE, NRC, and USACE sites throughout the United States. He has participated in and acted as the lead on several DOE Contractor transition teams for radiological programs. He routinely conducts 10 CFR 835 audits for DOE prime contractors. Mr. Kiely is a recognized expert in radiation measurement techniques, survey design, radcon program development and execution, dosimetry program development and execution, training, and radcon program auditing. As a key function in his present and past management roles, Mr. Kiely played a significant role in the development and delivery of several large business/technical proposals for the DOE, USACE, and NRC-governed Clients.
His previous work experience includes management and technical oversight roles within the radiological organizations on the following contracts: General Manger and Sr. Health Physicist for DeNuke Services; Bechtel Jacobs M&I Contract covering Y12, X10, K25, and the Portsmouth and Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plants; Bechtel National’s Formally Utilized Sites Remedial Action Project contract covering multiple sites in the Eastern United States; and MK-Ferguson’s Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project contract covering multiple sites across the western United States.
Danny Kvam started his career in occupational health and safety performing industrial hygiene working as a Bioenvironmental Engineering Specialist in the United States Air Force stationed in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He has over twenty seven years of progressive oversight experience in a variety of environmental engineering, occupational health and safety, and industrial hygiene activities including: assessments, inspections, job hazard analysis, safety related written program and policy development & reviews, OSHA recordkeeping, training, compliance audits, and personnel and area monitoring/sampling. Mr. Kvam has provided safety management oversight for numerous construction and remediation projects throughout the United States that have produced over six million man hours without a lost time accident.
Mr. Kvam’s responsibilities have included oversight and assessment of subcontractor safety programs as the overall project Health and Safety Manager for several large (100 million dollar or more) industrial projects. Initiating behavior based safety observation program(s), Mr. Kvam has been responsible for the development and provision of all on-site orientation and associated training programs. He has been involved with maintaining and ensuring that OSHA record keeping and recording requirements are met and has performed assessment of safety program regulatory compliance. He has been responsible for the development, maintenance and implementation of comprehensive health and safety programs in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. Mr. Kvam has also performed direct oversight of site safety managers, conducted and provided oversight of accident investigations and has developed and provided reviews of site specific plans, task hazardous analysis, training programs and site audits.
He is currently employed as the Vice President of Client Relations and Corporate Safety Director for OHS Technical Services, a small business providing radiological consulting and professional services based in Knoxville, Tennessee. He also sits on the board of Tennessee Veterans Business Association as the Director of Veteran Employment Issues.
Jeff Scott, PMP
Mr. Scott is an experienced Senior Manager with over 15 years of management experience in the construction, remediation, D&D and security industries. He holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Environmental Science from the University of Tennessee and is a licensed Project Management Professional (PMP). His expertise includes providing technical and program/project management support to federal (including DOE-EM, DOE-NNSA, USACE, Air Force and AFCEE), state (including TDEC, NYSDEC, OEPA and NMED), commercial (ALCOA, Commercial Nuclear, Denso) and international (UK Ministry of Defence, UK Government Decontamination Service, IAEA, and NATO-NAMSA) clients and organizations. Mr. Scott has a broad range of management experience nationally and internationally, in a variety of settings and for a wide range of clients.
His technical expertise resides in the following areas: environmental safety and health, construction, decontamination and decommissioning, threat assessment and security, remediation and restoration, emergency/disaster response, regulatory support, environmental restoration, chemistry and engineering. His responsibilities have included: site safety, project planning, budgeting, development of technical and cost proposals, subcontractor management, project and program management, development and implementation of work controls and procedures, cost accountability for projects, client relations and client management, regulatory compliance and proposal management.
Wyman Nettles, MPH, CIH, PMP
Wyman Nettles is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and Project Management Professional (PMP) with over 26 years of experience in the practice and management of occupational safety and health. He has expertise in the development, implementation, management, and consulting support of comprehensive industrial hygiene and safety programs in a wide range of industries, including nuclear services, power generation, research and development, engineering services, environmental services, decontamination and decommissioning (D&D), environmental remediation, construction/demolition, aerospace, pharmaceutical chemical manufacturing, and heavy manufacturing. Wyman has managed projects, programs, and operations for safety and health consulting services firms, national engineering and environmental services companies, and an international environmental and nuclear services company. He has more than 20 years of experience providing industrial hygiene, safety, and related technical services for DOE contractors and subcontractors at numerous sites across the DOE complex. He currently provides industrial hygiene and safety management and technical support services for private industry and government clients.
Wyman holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a Master of Public Health degree in Environmental Health Sciences with specialization in Industrial Hygiene. His technical subject matter expertise includes chemical, physical, and biological hazard identification, characterization, exposure evaluation, and control; workplace safety and health hazard assessment and control; job hazard analysis; process hazard analysis; risk assessment, analysis, mitigation, and management; safety management systems/integrated safety management; safety and health program assessment and improvement; operational readiness assessment; safety performance improvement; and performance-based training development and delivery. He has developed, implemented, and managed programs and developed and delivered training on an array of occupational safety and health topics, including hazard communication, personal protective equipment, respiratory protection, hazardous waste operations, construction safety and health, asbestos and lead inspection and control, confined space operations, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) general industry and construction standards compliance, industrial hygiene sampling and instrumentation, lockout/tagout, hazardous chemicals in laboratories, chemical segregation and storage, bloodborne pathogens, heat stress, hearing conservation, and others.
Wyman has in-depth knowledge of the requirements and application of OSHA regulations (29CFR1910 and 1926), Department of Energy (DOE) Worker Safety and Health Program requirements (10 CFR 851), and pertinent consensus safety and health standards. He has provided OSHA compliance support and regulatory agency interface for employers in power generation, chemical manufacturing, heavy manufacturing, construction/demolition, and environmental services. Wyman has performed hundreds of health hazard assessments and conducted exposure monitoring for a wide variety of chemical, physical, and biological agents.