Mayne Chris CroppedGLASTONBURY: GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc., has added Branford resident Christopher Mayne as an Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Project Manager in GZA’s Glastonbury office.

The company says, Mayne “has more than 20 years of experience in the EHS/compliance field, bringing a unique combination of environmental and safety expertise. Working with clients in diverse industries, he conducts risk assessments and process audits for worker health and exposure control methods. He also conducts employee training on varied EHS topics. Additionally, Mayne’s experience includes source water management for reservoirs and lakes.”

Mayne received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Creighton University and a Master of Science degree in Applied Ecology & Conservation Biology from Frostburg State University.

Mayne is a Certified Lake Manager and an Authorized Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) Construction Trainer and a Board Member of the Connecticut Federation of Lakes. Mayne is also, a member of the North American Lake Management Society and is on the Connecticut Business & Industry Association Advisory Board.