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2018-18 August 16, 2018 New Writers Join The Journal of HazMat Transportation

By JHMT StaffAugust 16, 2018

Richard BornhorstRichard Bornhorst was most recently Manager of the Hazmat Safety Risk Management and Policy Division in the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Office of Hazardous Materials Safety. Prior roles at the FAA and in the U.S. Coast Guard’s Hazardous Materials Division included directing the development of U.S. positions and technical papers on safe transportation of hazmat for the International Civil Aviation Organization, International Maritime Organization, and the U.N. Sub-Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods. Mr. Bornhorst serves as the Chairman of the Standing Committee on Transportation of Hazardous Materials of the National Academies’ Transportation Research Board and previously held numerous leadership roles with the Committee. He now is employed by FACTOR, INC. and provides safety and risk management transportation, and system design and development consulting services to industry. 

Cherry Burke, PhDCherry Burke, PhD, spent 33 years in the Chemical Industry, most recently as Expertise Director for Supply Chain Safety, Security, Risk Management, and Sustainability for the Dow Chemical Company. Cherry’s career has been dedicated to the assessment of risks, design and implementation of risk management systems, and spearheading of risk reduction efforts to protect society and the environment as well as the enterprise. In 2016, she joined FACTOR, INC. as Chemical Industry Practice Leader. FACTOR provides risk management services to industry.

Christopher LindChristopher Lind was Director of Technology and Regulatory Affairs for Mauser USA LLC from 2004 to present. He served as chair of the Industrial Packaging Alliance of North America with its IFDI, PDI and ICPP affiliates for several years, regularly participating in the UN Sub-Committee of Experts for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods. He previously held various technical positions for 26 years with General Chemical, formerly Allied Signal now Chemtrade Logistics.