Michael Schluterbusch is the Vice President of AEM. His career in the environmental services spans over 35 years. His on hands experiences with asbestos mold, meth, hazardous materials are too numerous to mention. Some examples include asbestos abatement laborer, remediation, sampling, supervision, project management, industrial hygienist, emergency response team member, competent person, management planner, project designer, scopes of work that are executable with owner protecting specifications, expert witness and trainer.
He consults with clients in government and private industry, including Department of Energy, insurance companies, hospitality, hospitals, building owners, school districts, and regulatory. He has founded three successful businesses, helped several asbestos abatement startups with environmental and safety compliance processes, and is an advisor to several diverse businesses in strategic planning, project management, and development.
Michael is one of the most respected environmental trainers in the states of Colorado and Wyoming. Michael also holds a LEED AP certification.
Kathleen Flanagan is President of AEM and certified as WBE, SBE, DBE, and EBE. She is a seasoned veteran of the legal field, having assembled teams of paralegals to examine and develop research into the complex worlds of oil and gas production. She has over 14 years of experience in creating reports and sample databases specific to the environmental services industry. This vast experience includes helping develop sampling protocols, executing the event, and gathering the field and other research to develop extensive, customer-oriented, useful reports in a timely manner.
Kathleen is a certified Building Inspector, Air Monitoring Specialist, HESP Inspector
Over 30 years of experience in Safety and Risk Management, enhanced by a firm commitment to continuing education, have resulted in a career marked by successful projects of increasing complexity, with a consistent record of dramatically reduced or zero accidents. have resulted in a career marked by successful projects of increasing complexity, with a consistent record of dramatically reduced or zero accidents.
Bruce has extensive experience in the Colorado area, augmented by assignments throughout the United States and overseas, giving Bruce a unique understanding of working with diverse cultural values and disparate objectives.
Throughout a career encompassing a wide variety of projects and industries (commercial construction, infrastructure, oil & gas, schools, hospitals), coupled with an approach based on coaching rather than policing, training rather than hoping, Bruce fosters a pragmatic approach; keeping everyone safe while controlling costs, ensuring quality, and maintaining schedules.
Wendell Rahorst was chair of the American Industrial Hygiene National Technical Committee On Hazardous Waste for ten years (1995–2005) and was Chair (1998–2002) of the committee for four years.
He was the Hazardous Materials Manager for the Colorado School of Mines from 1991 to 1998. During these years he over site of several National Priority List waste site. He managed a Hazardous Materials Program for 10 years that averaged over 100,000 kilograms of regulated TSCA, Hazardous Wastes, and radionuclide waste.
Since 2002 he has been involved with cleanup actions located in Colorado, other parts of the United States and Internationally. These cleanups involved PCB, PBB, Asbestos, organic and inorganic hazardous waste, NORM and high level radionuclide waste.
He has a full range of talents and abilities to design, manage, provide over-site and provide final evidence of cleanup for sites that are contaminated with biological, radionuclide, chemical, and physical hazards.
Mr. Rahorst has been a Certified Industrial Hygienist since 1996 and has served as President of the local Rocky Mountain Section of the AIHA, President of the Colorado Industrial Hygiene Council for six years. and many national positions.