Lech Starostin is ICCSS Expert on CBRN Security and NDE since 2012.



Lech Starostin is a graduate from the Military University of Technology in Warsaw, Poland, Faculty of Chemistry and Technical Physics. He got his MS in Chemistry in 1973, and PhD in Chemistry in 1982. Specialized in NBC Defence, Non-destructive evaluation, CBRN Safety and Security.



He has got almost 25 years’ experience as a scientific researcher in areas of radiochemistry, dosimetry, NBC protection, and detection of both ionizing radiation and chemical warfare agents. Vast theoretical and practical knowledge of operating sophisticated Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) equipment, specialized in no-destructive evaluation of conventional and chemical munitions and containers, different types of IEDs and untypical objects. Practical knowledge of treaties, laws, regulations and procedures pertaining to toxic chemicals and wastes, and to environmental protection.

His professional career includes work at: Military University of Technology as Senior Assistant of Science in Nuclear Weapons Defence Department (1973–1983); Institute of Atomic Energy in Otwock-Swierk as Head of Research & Development Group (1983–1991); Military University of Technology as Head of Environmental Laboratory in Chemical Warfare Agents Defence Department (1991-1997); Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in Hague, Netherlands as CWMS Inspector (1997–2008).