William Wallace, MS
William Wallace is a Licensed NJ Health Officer for Township of West Caldwell, NJ, where he is an experienced manager with over 27 years of environmental, health and safety experience. Before joining West Caldwell, Mr. Wallace worked for the Township of West Milford, the County of Morris Office of Health Management, the City of New York’s Health Department and Consolidated Edison Company of NY. Mr. Wallace has extensive experience in the developing plans for improved local public health response to Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosive (CBRNE) incidents including writing and implementing standard operating procedures for both private group and public health responses to weapons of mass destruction incidents.
He received his undergraduate degree from East Stroudsburg University of Pa in Geography\Environmental Science and proceeded to earn his Master of Science from Hunter College, NYC in Environmental and Occupational Health. Mr. Wallace holds certification as Occupational Health and Safety Technologist, Environmental Auditor and as Registered Hazardous Substance Professional and prides himself as being an “environmental health and safety practitioner”. His specializes in WMD Protocols, hazardous waste projects, health and safety plans, hazardous waste clean up specifications, industrial hygiene activities, health and safety audits for industrial facilities and construction sites, indoor air quality studies, Phase I, II, and III Environmental Assessments; and instructing environmental training programs.
Mr. Wallace lives in Boonton, NJ, where he is a Ex-Captain in the Salvage and Rescue Company of the Boonton Fire Department. He also serves as the Respiratory Protection Coordinator for the Department. Mr. Wallace is also an Adjunct Professor of Health at New Jersey City University and CUNY – Hunter College.