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Membership Information

Current Annual Membership Dues are: All members have voting rights

Businesses handling hazardous materials:
$50 = 50 or less employees
$100 = 51-100 employees
$200 = Greater than 100
Government agencies with direct hazardous materials concerns $50
Consultants, vendors, etc. $50
Community organizations with direct hazardous materials concerns $50
(all members have voting rights)

 

Questions?
Contact Craig Fry, at 805-690-6654 or reach him by e-mail at Craig.Fry@flir.com

CAER Code of Ethics
“A Public Commitment:”
To operate our plants and facilities in a manner that protects from “all risks” the health and safety of our employees, the public, and the environment.
To recognize and respond to community concerns about all apparent hazards associated with our operations.
To ensure that all chemical emergencies are handled in a responsible safe way and that all hazardous materials are disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner.
To participate with government and others in creating responsible laws, regulations, and standards to safeguard the community, workplace and the environment.
To share experiences, offer assistance and support planning with others who respond to regional emergencies and disasters that affect our community.

Downloads

Membership Application | By Laws | SB CAER Brochure

SB County CAER Membership Roster

Following is the listing of current SB County CAER participants. CAER participants include local industry and business, non-profit organizations, and local regulatory and administrative agencies who work together to ensure public health and safety.

To protect our members from unwarranted solicitation, contact information is available to CAER members upon request by contacting one of the members of SB County CAER’s Executive committee.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P/Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X/Y/Z

If you are looking for a member organization, the alpha links provided here will guide you to that section of the list.

Agency/Company Contact
A
American Red Cross
ATK Space Systems Sylvia Quinn
AZ Safety Jack Armstrong
B
BEGA
C
California State Office of Emergency Services Catherine Currie

Carpinteria Summerland Fire Dept.
Richard Evans
Clean Seas
Cottage Health Systems Susanna Shaw
Cree, Inc. Tod Matz
Custom Environmental Services Rosalie Skefich
D
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Devereux Foundation

Direct Relief International
Dan Smith
Dupont Displays Becky Copeland
E
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EHS Consultants
John Fowler
F
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Flir Sytems
Craig Fry
FM Global
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Goleta Sanitary District
Teresa Kistner


Goleta Water District
Greg Paul

Goleta West Sanitary District
Brian McCarthy
Griffith Environmental Mark Griffith
H
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Hunt Research Corp. Jim Hunt
I
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IMT – Innovative Micro
Technology
Pete Schneekloth
Inogen, Inc.
Indyne Barbara Johnson / Gerald White
J
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Joy Fire Protection Rick Joy
K
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Lockheed Martin Technical
Services
Karen Newson
Lockheed Martin
Santa Barbara Focal Plane
Amy Estrella
M
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McCormix Corporation Steve Olsen
Medtronic – PS Medical Heidi Niggemeyer
N
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Nusil Technology Dawn Howard
O
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Omnitek Engineering Barbara Hunt
P/Q
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The Palt Company Neil Palt
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Raytheon Company
Agustine Ortiz    Marcus Greene

Ryerson Master & Associates
Ivor John
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Safety Matters Certified Training Justin Haagen
Sansum Medical MFC Mike Dale

Santa Barbara City College
Eric Fricke

Santa Barbara County Education Office
Peggy Greer

Santa Barbara City Fire
Yolanda McGlinchey

Santa Barbara County
- OEM
Richard Abrams

Santa Barbara Fire Safe
Council

Sonatech Inc.
T
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Toyon Research Kristine Fritz
U
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UC Santa Barbara
Jim Caesar

U.S. Postal Service
Valarie L. McMahon
V
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Venoco
John Garnett
W
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Wildland Residents Association, Inc.San Marcos Pass Volunteer Fire
ASIS
Michael S. Williams
X/Y/Z
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