Kathryn Deneroff

Regulatory Specialist

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Kathryn Deneroff joined St.Germain Collins in 2014. As a Regulatory Specialist, Ms. Deneroff helps clients by researching environmental, health and safety (EHS) regulations that affect their operations. In addition, Kathryn has been identifying and updating these client-specific compliance tasks in Sentry EHS – the compliance tracking database we developed to safeguard workers and protect the environment.

Prior to joining St.Germain Collins, Ms. Deneroff was a Research Technician at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) in Biology and Environmental Studies, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, 2012
Introduction to Environmental Regulations, 2015
Hazardous / Toxic Waste Management Workshop, 2015

Friends of Casco Bay, Volunteer, 2014 – present

Published author in two scientific journals: The American Society of Microbiology, 2015; and PloS One,2013
Completed Senior Honors Thesis; and presented this research at the President’s Science Symposium
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship, 2011

Regulatory Review
Sentry EHS Support
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act  (EPCRA) Reporting
Hazardous Waste

Bowdoin College – Brunswick, Maine
Assist Bowdoin’s EHS department with monthly health and safety inspections of laboratories, commercial kitchens and public/residential spaces. Developed RCRA program, overseeing the universal waste storage areas and completing the annual hazardous waste report.

Dead River – Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts
Provide EHS compliance support for more than 100 sites across New England. Major responsibilities include maintaining and updating the Sentry EHS account, helping to isolate trends and ensuring that all areas of compliance are covered. Other tasks constitute Tier II reporting and stormwater assistance.

Portland Pipeline – Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and Quebec, Canada
Set up compliance tasks in Sentry EHS software system, review regulations, licenses and standards for locations across New England and Canada. Work with Portland Pipeline’s EHS Manager to verify that the company’s individual needs were incorporated.

FMC Corporation – Rockland, Maine
Help maintain FMC Corporation’s EHS department during an interim period, completing monthly reports, answering client compliance questions and creating a more efficient record keeping system.

Modula Inc. – Lewiston, Maine
Aid in the development of the Hazard Communication Plans to adopt the new Globally Harmonized System (GHS).

Evonik Cyro, LLC – Sanford, Maine 
Perform monthly air sampling in accordance with the Maine Department of Environmental Protections Air License.