October 13, 2022 | Gareth Black, Senior Crisis Consultant, CHEMTREC
Anderson County, Kansas has a population of just under 8000 residents. It’s emergency services, like many across the country are largely staffed by volunteers and lack the resources of larger metropolitan departments. Despite this, the county still must contend with many high hazard industries and high hazard vehicles on its roads and railroads. This reduced capacity, combined with the potential impact of an incident was recently put to the test when CHEMTREC’s Crisis Solutions team ran a live exercise scenario in Garnett, Anderson County.
October 13, 2022 | Toby Crow, Corteva Agriscience Emergency Response and Security
We have all noticed these vehicles traversing the roadsides of the places that we live and work. They are usually referred to as roadside spray trucks or roadside spray rigs. These trucks typically operate safely, and without incident. But as with any vehicle, accidents can occur. As a first responder, these incidents can add complexities outside of the usual transportation incident based on what the truck is carrying or what is in the truck’s onboard tanks.
July 15, 2022 | George Kercher, Executive Director, PRBA
When Sony first introduced lithium-ion batteries into the marketplace in 1991, little did they know how transformative this new rechargeable battery technology would become 30 years down the road and how quickly it would displace older, more established rechargeable battery technologies in the market.
July 15, 2022 | Missy Ruff, Director of Safety & Technical Programs, Renewable Fuels Association
The Renewable Fuels Association is excited to add another tool to their toolbox. The Ethanol Emergency Response Safety training program is now able to reach new audiences, with the completion of Spanish-language versions of all materials, thanks to the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration’s (PHMSA) ALERT grant program.
June 17, 2022 | CHEMTREC
CHEMTREC® is pleased to announce we are offering two scholarships in the amount of $2,500 each for the following award recipients “Hazmat Officer of the Year” and the “Hazmat Instructor of the Year” to attend the 2022 Hazardous Materials Instructors and Commanders (HMIC) Conference hosted by Hazard3 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on November 13-16, 2022.
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