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 Enrique Medina is President of Alliance Consulting International in San Diego, California. He is an environmental and occupational health and safety professional with extensive international experience. Mr. Medina has consulted for corporate and government clients, and community-based organizations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean in the areas of environmental compliance, environmental health and safety (EHS) management systems, EHS audits, process safety management, indoor environmental quality, and occupational safety and health. He has direct experience in the automotive, biofuels, chemical, construction, energy, manufacturing, mining, military, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, real estate development, and retail industries.

Mr. Medina is a board Certified Industrial Hygienist in comprehensive practice, and a Certified Safety Professional. He is a Fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association, and member of the American Board of Industrial Hygiene, the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, and the American Society of Safety Engineers.


Certified Industrial Hygienist: American Board of Industrial Hygiene, No. 6952.

Certified Safety Professional: Board of Certified Safety Professionals, No. 24023.

 Lead Verifier for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reports: California Air Resources Board, Accreditation No. H-12-123.

OSHA Construction Outreach Trainer for 10- and 30-hour Construction Safety Training: OSHA Training Institute, UCSD.

Hazardous Materials Management: Professional Certificate, UCSD.


Mr. Medina began his consulting work in the environmental and health & safety areas by assisting clients in the US-Mexico border "maquiladora" manufacturing industry. Since that time he has been involved in numerous audits, risk assessments, and site remediations at private and government-owned facilities, and has assisted US Fortune 500 companies as well as with environmental NGOs on environmental policy issues.

Mr. Medina founded MexRegs, an online provider of Mexican environmental and health and safety laws, regulations, standards and related information in English and Spanish, and was publisher of Pulse Point, a free e-newsletter providing timely regulatory reviews, news, and analysis on environmental and health and safety regulations in Mexico.

Community and NGO Experience

Mr. Medina has worked with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) on issues of food, nutrition, health care and bi-national environmental policy. He worked with migrant farm worker families in Central California in the areas of food outreach, nutrition education and health care, and helped start Salud Para La Gente, a migrant farm worker health clinic in Watsonville. He later headed a project to bring aquaculture technology to rural communities throughout Mexico. He worked with environmental NGOs in efforts to develop Mexico’s “Right-to-Know” program that became law. Mr. Medina is on the board of the Environmental Health Coalition, an environmental and social justice community organization, and is a volunteer guide with the San Diego Natural History Museum Canyoneers, leading interpretative nature hikes to promote public stewardship and conservation of the region’s unique natural resources.


Medina, Enrique. “Methanol Hazards and Safeguards: Lessons Learned from the Global Supply Chain”. Professional Safety, Journal of the American Society of Safety Engineers. Vol 59(6): 66-74. June, 2014.

Zubieta, Ingrid, Brown G., Cohen R., and Medina, E. "Cananea Copper Mine: An International Effort to Improve Hazardous Working Conditions in Mexico". International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health: 2009; 15(1): 14-20.

Medina, E & Medina-Cleghorn R., 2009. "Deconstructing Green: What Organizations Mean When They Say They're Going Green". The Synergist,  June/July 2009. AIHA.

Medina, E., 2007. “Vapor Intrusion: Environmental and IAQ Challenge”. The Synergist, February & April 2007. AIHA.

Medina, E. J., 1996. "Overview of Pollution Issues on the Mexico-US Border", in Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment: Fourth Volume. Thomas W. LaPoint, Fred T. Price and Edward E. Little, Editors. American Society for Testing and Materials STP 1262.


San Diego State University: MS Biology

San Diego State University: BS Biology


Alliance Consulting International, President

Sullivan International Group, Corporate Health and Safety Director

Levine·Fricke de Mexico, Director of Operations

Levine·Fricke·Recon, Senior Environmental Scientist

Industrial Ecology International, Principal

Consulting Health Services, Staff Industrial Hygienist


For additional information on Mr. Medina's professional experience in the areas of auditing, regulatory compliance, industrial hygiene and safety, process safety management, indoor air quality, site assessments, risk assessment, and training you may download Alliance's Statement of Qualifications, and project descriptions below.

Alliance's SOQ and Mr. Medina's Resume (PDF 97KB)

Additional Project Descriptions (PDF 136 KB)


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