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When looking at hazmat training, it’s easy to focus only on the public-sector entities and miss out on the really cool things going on in the private sector. We sat down with Specialty Response Solutions President Scott Luciano to learn how he goes about training a wide range of clients.
Challenging students’ decision making skills and sharing teaching best practices are key to keeping a major scientific hub safe
Making students the teachers and getting hands-on is key to training rookie and veteran students. It’s not often you get to learn from a Hall of Famer, and when you do, you jump on it.
Your parents told you early on the importance of making a good first impression. At the start of your career, a supervisor reinforced that message when it came to working with potential customers. And the fire service gets it as well. Recruits are shepherded through a training program, with some departments assigning recruits specific mentors to help “on board” them into a fire life.
Elizabeth Harman, a former career firefighter and paramedic in Fairfax City, VA, has a passion for protecting first responders from hazards while on the job.
Ensuring hazmat students are engaged and learning requires breaking down material into digestible bites, fresh, realistic hands-on scenarios and verifying student understanding. Casey Jones is
Odessa Junior College in Texas typically has a student body of 16,000 and of those, 5,000 are enrolled in its occupational and technical courses. Many