Eric Pohl, NRP
Emergency Management Coordinator
- (877) NCEMSF-1 - (877-623-6731)
Eric Pohl, NCEMSF Emergency Management Coordinator, is a Federal On Scene Coordinator for the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5 Emergency Response Branch based in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a volunteer Paramedic for the City of Hudson (Ohio) Emergency Medical Services. Previously, he was a Supervisory Hazardous Materials Specialist for the Bureau of Police & Security of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection where he was responsible for managing a breadth of emergencies including toxic chemical releases and CBRNE/Weapons of Mass Destruction incidents. In 2007, Eric earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Columbia University where he also served as a Crew Chief with the campus ambulance service. Eric obtained his paramedic from St. Vincent's Hospital - Manhattan in 2008 and has provided 911 services in NY & NJ. Eric's professional interests include CBRN Consequence Management, radiological emergencies, spill control and enforcement, and environmental sustainability. He is the former NCEMSF NY Regional Coordinator.