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Meet Our Regulatory and Training Staff

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200+ years of combined experience in hazardous materials and related industries.

Our regulatory team provides a full compliment of experience to aid our customers in understanding and complying with 49 CFR, TDG, IATA, IMO, OSHA, WHMIS, consumer and GHS regulations.

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Staff Member


Andrew Li Andrew Li, MSc, P.Eng
Vice President, Regulatory
Andy has an extensive background in chemical regulations and has conducted numerous training programs throughout North America for industrial customers and government organizations.
Karrie Ishmael Karrie Ishmael
Regulatory Manager
Karrie started with the company in 1988 and has worked in a variety of capacities including customer service, sales, management, and marketing. In her current role as Regulatory Manager, she manages and supports ICC's efforts in supplying value-added services including training and SDS services to our clients. She is knowledgeable in a variety of regulations. She actively participates in a multitude of associations including DGAC, COSTHA and SOCMA and is the former chair of SCHC’s OSHA Alliance Committee.
Barbara Foster Barbara Foster, BEd, MSc
Senior Regulatory Specialist
Barbara works out of our Mississauga office. She has over 28 years experience in hazmat training and specializes in transportation of dangerous goods regulations such as the Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations, 49 CFR, IATA, IMDG, and also chemical hazard communication regulations such as Hazcom 2012 and WHMIS 2015. Barbara is a past president of the the Dangerous Goods Advisory Council (DGAC).
Clifton Brown Clifton Brown, B.Sc., B.Ed.
Regulatory Specialist
Clifton Brown has over 35 years of practical experience in the Canadian chemical and manufacturing industries. He has worked in research, quality, environment, health and safety in a range of industries including explosives, pesticides, manufacturing/contract packaging, pharmaceuticals, and specialty chemicals. A common theme throughout his career has involved acquiring a working knowledge of regulations pertaining to EHSQ and related areas, such as product stewardship and dangerous goods transportation. While based in Quebec and Ontario, employer activities in other regions of North America have provided him the opportunity to become familiar with a variety of regulatory approaches. In addition to using that knowledge to evaluate compliance (auditing) and develop compliant procedures, he has become adept at assisting others in understanding and applying the regulations. Clifton has been a participant in a variety of associations (e.g. CSSE, WSPS, CropLife Canada) over the years. He continues to keep abreast of related issues as a member of the RDC Regulatory Affairs Committee and participation in Transport Canada consultations.
Emily Walter Emily Walter, B.S.
Regulatory Specialist

Emily has over 10 years’ experience in hazardous materials/dangerous goods training and specializes in 49 CFR, IATA, IMDG, TDG, OSHA Hazcom and the GHS regulations. When Emily is not training, she is authoring safety data sheets and creating label text for our customers. Her expertise extends to the OSHA Hazcom 1994 and 2012, Hazardous Products Act/Controlled Products Regulations and Canada Consumer Chemicals and Container Regulations.

Emily is active with the National Association of Chemical Distributors (NACD), recently speaking at ChemEdge along with other industry meetings regarding the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and OSHA Hazcom 2012.

Paula Reavis Paula Reavis
Regulatory Specialist
Paula Reavis comes to us with seven years of experience in hazard communications and twelve years of experience in teaching. Her past years were focused in the pesticides arena including FIFRA classifications, labels and safety data sheets. She has a working knowledge of HazCom2012, WHMIS (old and new), 49 CFR, IATA, IMDG and TDG. Paula is chairperson of the Membership Committee within The Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC) and was recently awarded her plaque for 80 hours of professional development. In her spare time she is likely reading, ballroom dancing and SCUBA diving. She works of out the Niagara Falls office, but is based in St. Louis, Missouri.
Racheal Mani Racheal Mani, EP
Regulatory Specialist
Racheal Mani, based out in our Delta, B.C. office, has over 12 years of experience working under different auspices of federal, provincial, and municipal regulatory framework. She specializes in TDG Clear Language, IATA, IMDG, and WHMIS 2015 training. Racheal’s extensive knowledge in the dangerous goods industry is driven from her hands-on experience from packaging of dangerous goods for all modes of transport and her consistent liaison with ICC clients to ensure dangerous goods consignments meet the applicable regulatory requirements prior to transport.
Suzanne Levac Suzanne Levac
Regulatory Specialist

Suzanne is fluently bilingual and works out of our Dorval office. She has over 14 years’ experience in hazardous products/dangerous goods training for the Canadian WHMIS Regulations (WHMIS 1988, WHMIS 2015), TDG Regulations, ICAO/IATA regulations, IMO regulations, and 49 CFR.

She performs on-site safety and transportation plant audits. Suzanne is actively involved with the Montreal Chapter of the Responsible Distribution Canada Association (formerly CACD).

Toni-Ann McLean Toni-Ann McLean, BSc
Regulatory Specialist

Toni-Ann McLean has over 15 years experience with writing MSDSs/SDSs for the protection of workers and emergency personnel, as well as determining labeling requirements for the protection of consumers, and of workers and emergency personnel. She specializes in Canadian WHMIS regulations (WHMIS 1988, WHMIS 2015), US OSHA regulations (29 CFR, Hazcom 2012), US and Canadian consumer regulations (US CPSC FHSA & Canadian CCCR 2001), and European regulations (EU DSD/DPD/CLP, CHIP).She is also knowledgable in US Right to Know legislation, EU REACH and Canadian Health and Safety legislation.

Toni-Ann has been an active member of the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC) for over 10 years where she has learned about upcoming changes to Health & Safety regulations, as well as maintained up to date knowledge of a wide variety of world-wide Health & Safety legislation. She was awarded an SCHC certificate for more than 120 hours of professional development training. Toni-Ann additionally has been listed as Registered Specialist # 206738, SDS and Label Authoring under the American Industrial Hygiene Association’s (AIHA) SDS & Label Authoring Registry Program.

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