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By Kevin Ryan September 2001 presented a new threat that had to be learned from the ground up. Very little knowledge in the emergency response world focused on these types of threats. New techniques, equipment, methods and training had to be developed to respond to these “white powders,” We are seeing the same evolution with […]
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HazSim and Hazmat Nation hosted its 5th annual networking event at IAFC’s hazmat conference and raised money for the Firefighter Cancer Support Network More than 200 hazmat professionals attended the fifth annual Hazmat Nation networking event last week in Baltimore in conjunction with the International Association of Fire Chiefs’ hazmat conference. “This gathering has been […]
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Originally published on HazmatMag Hazardous materials that are mishandled, incorrectly transported or used with malicious intent, can pose a substantial risk to human health and the environment. How effectively hazardous materials (HazMat) incidents are managed and resolved hinges on the knowledge, training and skill of those charged with response. In this article we examine the […]
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Originally published by NBCDFW Federal regulators revealed new natural gas safety recommendations just shy of three years since a deadly home explosion in Dallas killed a child. On the morning of Feb. 23, 2018, a video recorded by 12-year-old Linda ‘Michelita’ Rogers showed her up and excitedly getting ready for a cheerleading competition when disaster […]