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11/2/2021The City of Jennings, Missouri declared a State of Emergency on Thursday last week when a fire at an abandoned bowling ball factory created an “extremely complex and large-scale fire and hazmat situation” for local responders. A shelter-in-place order was issued for the city school district.
8/9/2021Recognizing incidents that are “emergency releases” subject to the HAZWOPER Standard in 29 CFR 1910.120 will help employers effectively train and prepare employees who respond to emergencies and/or clean up incidental spills involving hazardous chemicals.
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Manager, Dangerous Goods Transportation
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Hazmat Shipping Professional
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I love that the instructor emphasized the thought process behind the regs.
Corporate Product Stewardship Specialist
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Permitting, Compliance & Environmental Manager
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EH&S Facility Maintenance & Security Manager
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Material Control Superintendent
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