Dade Moeller & Associates has more than 20 employees with specialized experience in training and education on radiation protection, health and safety, and handling radioactive and hazardous materials. Our personnel have advanced skills in classroom, on-the-job, and computer-based training, and bring real world expertise that ensures relevance of the materials presented. We are pleased to highlight several of our staff below. If you would like to learn more about our personnel, please contact us .
Sean has more than 20 years of experience in Radiation Safety Officer services, sealed source device registrations, license applications and amendments, program audits, RAM inventory, disposal including mixed waste management, and decommissioning. He specializes in training on instruments, waste management, regulations, licensing, and the transportation, shipping, and receiving of RAM. Sean is from Rhode Island, is the father of two teenage daughters, likes to travel to new places, and enjoys golf when he has some spare time.Brian Dodd
Originally from the U.K., Brian was Head of the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) Radiation Source Safety and Security Unit until 2004, managing IAEA's efforts in dealing with orphan sources and the potential use of radioactive sources for radiological terrorism. Prior to joining IAEA, he was at Oregon State University for 20 years, most recently as the Director of its Radiation Center as well as a Professor of Health Physics and Nuclear Engineering. His fields of expertise include safety and security of radioactive sources, transportation of radioactive material, emergency response, and research reactors. Brian is a certified group fitness instructor and loves hiking the mountains and desert around Las Vegas.Joe Estey
Mr. Estey has served more than 20 years in leadership roles at numerous Fortune 500 companies, and has thrived as an executive-level trainer and keynote presenter for more than 15 years. He is featured as a subject matter expert for leadership and organizational development in various training productions. Using research based, fact-driven Human Performance Improvement techniques and tools, he has helped hundreds of companies and thousands of individuals predict when and where errors will occur, and how to eliminate "the undesirable event"—whether it is a failure to meet a customer's need, meager conformity with regulatory requirements, or poor productivity and less than adequate safety performance in the workplace.Alan Fellman, Ph.D. , CHP
Alan has more than 20 years of experience in Radiation Safety Officer services, sealed source device registrations, license applications and amendments, safety plan development, program audits, radiation risk assessment, dosimetry analysis and documentation, and decommissioning. Alan specializes in training on radiation fundamentals, regulations, dosimetry, health risk assessment, and inspections and audits. Hailing from the metropolitan New York City area, Alan tells it like it is and is popular among students for his dry wit.Mehdy Jabir
Mehdy has over 30 years of day to day practical experience and long term teaching records at many levels, including in-service continuing education, teaching at schools of nuclear medicine technology, preparing nuclear medicine residents for board examinations. In addition to working with the nuclear medicine industry. Mehdy Jabir carries four board certificates from the ABR and ABSNM.Ray Johnson, FHPS, PE, CHP
With more than 40 years of experience, Ray specializes in training on sealed sources, industrial gauges and X-ray, radiation instruments, licensing, audits, and risk communication. He has presented more than 350 seminars, workshops, and short courses on radiation safety, radiation risk assessments, risk communication, emergency response, radon measurements, and quality assurance and has written more than 300 publications on radiation protection and risk communication. With entertaining stories and anecdotes from a long career in radiation safety, Ray makes learning fun.Judson Kenoyer, CHP, CIH
Judson has worked in the Industrial Hygiene and Health Physics fields for over 35 years and has provided management, technical leadership, and assistance in several related areas His experience emphasizes line, project and program management, operational industrial hygiene and health physics, radiation protection instrumentation calibration and performance testing, occupational safety, and emergency preparedness. He has provided training in all of these areas to a variety of clients. Brought up in Southern California, Judson lived in Tri-Cities, Wash., for 25 years and is now working and living in the Oak Ridge, Tenn., area.Sandy Konerth, DABR, DABMP
Sandy has more than 20 years of experience in medical health physics and is a Licensed State Inspector for the state of Maryland. She is experienced in clinical physics and regulatory compliance and has worked in both private and university settings. She also has worked extensively in the areas of quality assurance and audits. Sandy lives in Maryland but is originally from the south, which will explain why you may hear a ya’ll now and then.Ed Maher, Sc.D. , CHP
Ed has 35 years of experience as a health physicist in the federal, commercial and university sectors. His specialty areas include natural background radiation, indoor radon, nonionizing radiation, environmental monitoring, auditing, laboratory operations, and power reactors. Ed is an adjunct faculty member at the Harvard School of Public Health, a retired USAF officer and a past president of the Health Physics Society. Ed was born and raised in Massachusetts and loves to flavor his lectures with real-world experiences (successes and bloopers) and the lessons learned from those experiences.Barry Mulkhraj
Barry has more than 15 years of experience working in the areas of Business Analysis, Systems Development, Process Streamlining, Automation, Project Management and Corporate Education. He is Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP), Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB), and Six Sigma Black Belt (SSBB). His experience has benefited organizations in the fields of Government, Technology, Manufacturing and Consultancy; including the US Federal Government, Government of Canada, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Nationwide Insurance, IBM, and West Indian Tobacco.Tom O'Dou, Ph.D. , CHP, RRPT
Tom has worked in radiation safety management programs for the Navy, Nuclear Power Plants, Department of Defense contractors, and a university since 1977. He has experience in radiation safety program audits and assessments, investigation of high personnel dose, waste management, decommissioning, and license application, renewal, and amendment. Tom specializes in training radiation fundamentals, radiation safety program management, health effects, instrumentation, operational health physics, auditing and assessing health physics programs, decontamination and decommissioning, and CHP and NRRPT exam preparation.Bill Rigot
Bill is a skilled consultant in several areas, specializing in managing risk and resilience in technical industries. Bill draws on his extensive experience with the Navy's Nuclear Power Program, and most recently with the Department of Energy's (DOE) Savannah River Site (SRS) where he managed Training, Engineering, and Plutonium operations activities. Bill went on to lead implementation of Human Performance Improvement (HPI) at SRS, and was the co-chair of the DOE HPI Task Team, which helped to assist and standardize HPI implementation across DOE sites nationally. Bill speaks and teaches regularly at national conferences. He was the keynote speaker for both the Institute for Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) Engineering HPI conference in 2008, and the Army Corps of Engineers annual safety conference in 2011. He currently serves as a corporate resource to the Fluor Corporation on HPI and Safety Culture.David Waite, Ph.D. , CHP, CHMM
David is an internationally recognized expert in Integrated Safety Management, radiological health, and waste management with 45 years of experience in health physics, environmental radioactivity, nuclear and mixed waste management, risk assessment, and large program management. He specializes in training for problem solving required for certification exams, as well as radiation program development, implementation, improvement, and management. Fulfilling a lifelong dream of getting back to teaching after retirement from the corporate world, David joined Dade Moeller to concentrate on instruction of existing courses and development of new courses reflecting the scope of the company's other offerings.