Jace Johnson has worked in the emergency response field for more than 19 years. During this time, Mr. Johnson has led teams responding to train wrecks, marine casualties, earthquakes, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, and oil spills. Jace has provided technical support, training, exercise development and response planning to Incident Management Teams (IMTs) of pubic, private and, non-governmental organizations throughout North America, Asia and the Middle East. Through his formal education, training, and experience, Jace has gained the knowledge necessary to assess, design and teach complex topics that include Incident and Emergency Response, Incident Management Team (Roles and Responsibilities), Incident Command System (ICS) and Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER). Jace has been the Lead Developer in the design and implementation of worst-case tabletop exercises for Shell, BP, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Hilcorp, ENI, AK Div. of Emergency Services/Homeland Security and, The US Missile Defense Agency.
Mr. Johnson has acted as an all-hazards emergency responder for the State of Alaska. In coordination with subcontractors, and state and federal agencies, Mr. Johnson managed the U.S. Navy Supervisor of Salvage (SUPSALV) Emergency Ship Salvage Materials (ESSM) Base-Alaska. In his role as the State On-scene Coordinator Representative for responses throughout Alaska, he provided specialized technical expertise in the oil pollution and hazardous waste environmental protection program.