Hazard Emergency Management International is managed by CJ Manjarres-Wahlberg. CJ spent 11 years in the military before entering the  private sector. He has worked within the maritime, construction, remote mining, offshore oil/gas , resources sectors for over 15 years in Australia and overseas providing a range of services including:

- Training & Induction program design and development;

- Behavioral Based Safety programs;

- Risk Management, Assessment & Hazard reduction measures;

- Green / Brown field site OHSE system set-up and design and implementation of site specific policies, procedures and guidelines;

- Emergency Management;

- Helideck Safety systems;

- Offshore Helicopter Safety;

- Maritime & Vessel Safety;

- Integrated Safety Management systems; and

- Integrated Safety & Emergency Management systems.

CJ has worked in the field (boots on ground) in remote locations within the mining & off-shore environments experiencing the day to day issues of remote, offshore and maritime environments, therefore understanding the unique challenges and requirements individuals and supporting organisations can face as a result. A proven communicator and solution focused professional CJ has developed robust site-specific systems to address the requirements of clients with a range of diverse needs and cultures.


CJ is a registered professional with the Australian Institute of Health & Safety, Offshore Register of Safety Professionals, International Institute of Risk and Safety Management, Institute of Leaders & Managers and the Institute of Civil Protection and Emergency Management. He has completed post postgraduate studies in National Resilience; Crisis Response and Emergency Management, Occupational Health Safety & Environmental Management, Organisational Safety & Human Factors, Strategic Leadership and Maritime Safety.


Additionally, CJ has been published in the United Kingdom ICDEM journal ALERT regarding off-shore helicopter rescue 2018, Antarctic emergency management 2019 and the Beirut Port Explosion in 2020. His article on the ship which carried the explosives which detonated in the Port of Beirut in 2020 has been re-published by the Honourable Company of Master Mariners in London the United Kingdom in 2021.