Jim Craner is the WS PEHSU regional consultant in Nevada. Dr. Craner is an Occupational and Environmental Medicine physician based in Reno, Nevada with a practice that covers Reno, Las Vegas, rural Nevada, and eastern California. Dr. Craner is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Medical School. He completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Brown University, followed by a residency in Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Rutgers University, where he also received his Master of Public Health degree. He serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the UCSF Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and on the Advisory Board for the UC Berkeley’s Center for Occupational & Environmental Health (COEH). Dr. Craner has over 20 years’ experience in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of occupational and environmental diseases. He specializes in medical surveillance, biological monitoring, and OSHA and MSHA compliance consultation for hazardous, highly regulated industries including commercial assay laboratories, gold and silver mining, litharge flux production, and battery recycling and smelting. He also has extensive experience in the clinical, epidemiological, and public health evaluation of indoor air problems and community exposures to acute environmental pollution chemical releases. Dr. Craner is the author of the chapter on Medical Surveillance in the LaDou & Harrison’s Current Occupational & Environmental Medicine (5th Edition, McGraw Hill Education, 2014), and the co-author of the Health Effects chapter in the ANSI-IICRC S520 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation (2008). Dr. Craner is also the creator of webOSCAR, a web-based software system that companies in hazardous industries use to automate and streamline the process of managing their health and safety compliance data and requirements.