Quick Quiz: A Hazmat Father's Day
Late last year, the world lost a man who is thought of as “the father of modern hazmat thinking.” Ludwig Benner Jr. worked for decades to improve training and procedures for hazardous materials first responders. The advances he spearheaded, without a doubt, saved countless lives.
To celebrate Benner’s legacy, we’ve prepared a short quiz about his life and accomplishments.
We present this quiz with special thanks to author and hazardous materials specialist Robert Burke, who wrote a moving tribute to Benner earlier this year for Firehouse. His article served as inspiration and a main source of information for this piece.
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The instructor created a great learning environment.
CAD & Environmental Manager
The instructor was very engaging and helped less experienced people understand the concepts.
I will never go anywhere, but to Lion Technology.
The instructor was excellent. They knew all of the material without having to read from a notepad or computer.
I had a positive experience utilizing this educational program. It was very informative, convenient, and rewarding from a career perspective.
The instructor was very knowledgeable and provided pertinent information above and beyond the questions that were asked.
The instructor had knowledge of regulations and understanding of real-world situations. The presentation style was engaging and fostered a positive atmosphere for information sharing.
Safety & Environmental Compliance Officer
The instructor was very patient and engaging - willing to answer and help explain subject matter.
Material Control Superintendent
These are the best classes I attend each year. I always take something away and implement improvements at my sites.
This training broke down the regulations in an easy-to-understand manner and made them less overwhelming. I now feel I have the knowledge to make more informed decisions.
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