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Engagement – By Joshua Fowler

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Engagement By Joshua Fowler   So recently I found myself reading Gallup’s State of the American Workplace. The majority of the data and information found throughout this piece (along with some random thoughts of my own) comes from Gallup in one form or another. In order to adequately give credit where credit is due, I will go ahead and cite ...

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HazMat Challenge at LANL 2019

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Are chemical suicides a ‘growing risk’ for first responders?

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Confined space welding tragedy; How can we do better?

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(The Conversation) HMN-Are we as safety professionals becoming too relaxed during situations like this confined space welding instance? Dillon Wu died alone inside a metal tank. It is believed he was asphyxiated by argon gas, used in arc-welding steel. He is the youngest employee to die in a recent run of deaths in confined spaces. Aged just 20, he was ...

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Gas Detection Checklist – by All Safe Industries

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Industrial Fire Familiarization: The Aggressive Industrial Engine Company

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Hazmat hot zone rescues: How to tell mythical monsters from real threats

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HAZMAT Leadership part IV: Shoot, Move, Communicate, Survive

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Saltier waterways creating “Chemical Cocktails”

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(Eurekalert) A recent study led by University of Maryland researchers found that streams and rivers across the United States have become saltier and more alkaline over the past 50 years, thanks to road deicers, fertilizers and other salty compounds that humans indirectly release into waterways. The team named this effect “Freshwater Salinization Syndrome.” New research from the same UMD-led group ...

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HazMatNation in Fire Engineering

HMN-The November 2017 and 2018 issues of Fire Engineering have been particularly exciting for the contributors of HazMatNation.  In 2017, HMN founder Phil Ambrose had his article “The Gray Area: Firefighter Rescue and Hazmat” (Read HERE) which segwayed into his popular FDIC classroom session by the same name. Recently, in the November 2018 issue of Fire Engineering, two more HazMatNation contributors ...

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