B.Sc. (Microbiology), Grad. Dip
Stéphane Grenon has over 27 years of experience in all aspects of emergency response for marine or land-based oil and hazardous materials incidents, particularly at the strategic and tactical levels. Stéphane has:
Stéphane is fluently bilingual in French and English and based in London, UK.
Stéphane managed the container processing operation following the Zim Kingston container fire. As part of this project, he developed innovative approaches for risk assessment. He led a team of 40 responders from multiple companies dealing with hazardous materials, burn residues, waste management, and air/water/soil monitoring and sampling.
Stéphane has completed oil spill response plans, sensitivity mapping, site-specific shoreline and tactical response plans for several offshore oil and gas projects and for pipelines and rail worldwide.
Stéphane was the subject matter expert on emergency response for a 4600 km pipeline project. As part of this project, he participated in hundreds of stakeholder engagement meetings and appeared in regulatory public hearings.
Interesting career fact
Stéphane has responded to oil and chemical spills on four continents and worked on projects in more than 43 countries. This experience has given him a deep understanding of emergency response management on a global scale.