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Judson Kenoyer, MS, FHPS, CIH, CHP
Project Manager, Senior Health Physicist / Senior Industrial Hygienist
Dade Moeller & Associates, Aiken, SC (803-761-2379)
2010 – Pres Project Manager, Dade Moeller Technical Services, Aiken, SC. Director of Environment, Safety and Health for the Wackenhut Services Incorporated-Savannah River Site (WSI-SRS) Team
2009 – 2009 Manager of the Augusta Division of Dade Moeller & Associates
2006 – 2009 Senior Industrial Hygienist / Senior Health Physicist, Dade Moeller & Associates, Fairfax, VA
2003 – 2006 Task Leader, Cincinnati, OH. Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) Project on Dose Reconstruction for NIOSH. Project Manager of the Crosley Tower D&D Project, University of Cincinnati. Support to the EPA Environmental Response Team
2001 – 2003 Senior Industrial Hygienist/Senior Health Physicist, Dade Moeller & Associates, Richland, WA., Assistance to the DOE Office of River Protection at Hanford, technical support to T Plant.
1996 – 2001 Battelle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). Staff Scientist
1990 – 1996 Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Division Manager
1980 – 1990 Battelle, Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNL), Senior Research Scientist
1975 – 1980 University of California, Irvine, Staff Research Associate in the Department of Community and Environmental Medicine
Mr. Kenoyer has more than 45 publications in the form of articles in peer-reviewed journals, proceedings of national conferences, chapters in books, or major reports for governmental or commercial clients. In addition, he has more than 20 presentations at national professional conferences.
Health Physics and Professional Activities
Health Physics Society (HPS) Plenary Member 1975. Past member of the HPS Support Committee and the AAHP Title Protection and Professional Recognition Committee. HPS Presidential appointment as National Liaison specifically to the Industrial Hygiene community from 1998 to 2000 and from 2008 to the present. National-level Liaison Committee and the General and Continuing Education Committee (3-year terms on each). On the local chapter level, has been members of the Savannah River, Baltimore-Washington, and Columbia Chapters. President-Elect of the BWCHPS in 2008-2009. Past President of the Columbia Chapter (1993–1994), President (1992–1993), President-Elect (1991–1992), and Board Member (1988–1990). Full member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association since 1985. Currently a full member of the national Ionizing Radiation Committee. Full member of the Aerosol Technology Committee (ATC) from 1986 through 2007 and served as Committee Secretary in 1996, Vice Chair in 1997, and Chair in 1998. He is currently a corresponding member of the ATC.