Local HazMat Response and Impact on Training

Local HazMat Response and Impact on Training

Local HazMat ResponseIn order to determine what type of HazMat Training your employees need, you need to know what services your local fire department or hazardous materials team can provide. Local HazMat services vary widely depending on the size of the city and the...
Online vs On-site HazMat Training

Online vs On-site HazMat Training

Why choose On-Site HazMat Training? When choosing HazMat Spill Response Training for you or your team, you want to make sure you’re not only meeting requirements, but also setting your team up for success should a spill happen at your facility. The most comprehensive,...
Who Needs HazMat Training?

Who Needs HazMat Training?

OSHA and the DOT require different types of training based on the regulations for the transportation, storage, and usage of hazardous materials. The requirements can be confusing. To clarify them, we created a general guide outlining the different types of hazardous...
What is HazMat?

What is HazMat?

HazMat is an abbreviation of “Hazardous material”. A hazardous material, or HazMat, is a chemical or agent (biological, chemical, radiological, or physical) which has the potential to cause harm to humans, animals, or the environment, either by itself or through...

Handling Fentanyl & High Hazard Drug Labs

I have had the privilege of helping the Drug Enforcement Administration develop and deliver 28 High Hazard Clandestine Drug Lab Training Classes which require the use of fully encapsulated Level A Suits. What is a high Hazard Clan Lab? It is an illegal drug lab which...