Santiago Campos Lahoz (Zaragoza, 1969).
Industrial Technical Engineer, University of Zaragoza.
European water policy and environment: application in Spain. School of Law of the University of Zaragoza. European Module Action “Jean Monnet”. Course 2013-2014
Master in Integrated Management Systems: Prevention of Occupational Hazards, Quality, Environmental and Corporate Social Responsibility. Bureau Veritas, 2008
Senior technical in occupational hazards prevention. Specializing in industrial hygiene. 2008
Systems auditor quality management according to ISO 9001:00 standard. Bureau Veritas, 2008
Security Advisor: ADR 2009 Bureau Veritas Training.
Designer and installer of solar thermal and photovoltaic. Course taught by CENSOLAR (Center for Studies of Solar Energy).
Training of energy managers of the Government of Aragon. Aragon Institute of Public Administration.
Course on Environmental Impact Assessment of Aragon Institute of Public Administration.
Course management of industrial and hazardous waste Aragon Institute of Public Administration.
Course on toxic and dangerous waste, inspection and sampling, of Aragon Institute of Public Administration.
Course VI environmental law. Taught by the Law School of Zaragoza and the Ecology and Development Foundation. 1998
From 2004 to date: Head of Technical Unit (industrial environment), Aragonese Institute of Environmental Management.
From 1997 to 2004: Technician Department of Environment (Government of Aragon).
From October 1996 to December 1997: Service Engineer in ERF Spain, SL, currently MAN IBERIA, SA in Madrid.
From March 1996 to October 1996: Assistant of production management in Gestiones Estudios y Realizaciones, SA, Cuarte of Huerva (Zaragoza)
From February 1993 to July 1995: Industrial Technical Engineer in Ainsa Automoción, S.L., and Ainsa Nuevas tecnologías S.L., Zaragoza