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THMG140 – Tips for Responding to Mixed Loads

In this episode, we discuss a range of tips to help you respond safely to and operate efficiently at mixed load transportation incidents. Thank to...

THMG119 – Interview with David Lesak, Part I

In part one of a two-part series, Mike talks to David Lesak, who's on staff at the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, MD. Mike...

THMG118 – Functional Groups: Organic Peroxides

In this episode, Bob and Mike talk about the organic peroxides functional group. Complete Show Notes 3:45 What Are Organic Peroxides? Any organic compound having two oxygen...

THMG091 – Cylinders, Part III

In part three of this three-part series, we conclude our discussion of cylinders. Complete Show Notes 2:45 High-Pressure Regulators Most regulators are specific to certain Compressed Gas...

THMG090 – Cylinders, Part II

In this episode, Bob and Mike continue their discussion of cylinders. Complete Show Notes 4:20 Cylinder Standards and Laws Most of these laws are developed by the...

THMG089 – Cylinders, Part I

In this episode, we lay the groundwork for our exploration of the cylinder world. Complete Show Notes 2:40 Liquefied Gasses Liquefied gasses are gasses under normal circumstances,...

THMG084 – MC 331 Compressed Gas Cargo Tanker Overview

In this episode, Bob and Mike talk about the MC-331 pressurized container. Complete Show Notes 3:40 Differences Between Tankers We distinguish between different kinds of tankers based...

THMG078 – Placards and Labels, Part I

In the first episode of this two-part series, Mike and Bob explore the wonderful world of placards and labels. Complete Show Notes 3:30 Why Placards Matter Placards...

ATHMG003 – Ask the Haz Mat Guys, Episode III

In this episode, we answer the following questions: How does humidity affect our metering devices? Why can't we calculate water density using molecular weight? Can we transport...

THMG060 – Hydrogen Sulfide, Part II

In this episode we begin to explore the most common chemicals that we in the streets respond to. We begin this with Hydrogen Sulfide.