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THMG179 – Hot Wash: Paraquat Dichloride

In this hot wash episode, Bob and Mike discuss a chemical they’d previously never heard of - paraquat dichloride. Thank to our sponsors, CavCom, Inc.,...

THMG136 – Biological Facilities Intro with Jacqui Hardt

In this episode, Bob and Mike talk to Jacqui Hardt about the civilian side of biological facilities. They discuss the different types of operations...

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...

THMG117 – NFPA 1072 Unpacked, Part I

In episode, we discuss the newly-minted NFPA 1072. Complete Show Notes 1:30 NFPA 1072's Relationship to NFPA 472 Created in 2017 and designed to accompany NFPA 472...

THMG114 – Productive Communication with Superiors

We got this question from a loyal listener and thought it would be beneficial to unpack it on the show. Complete Show Notes 3:05 Listener Question “I...

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...

THMG085 – Fentanyl, Part II: Interview with Brian Escamilla

In part two of this three-part series, we discuss fentanyl with Brian Escamilla. Complete Show Notes 1:30 Background on Brian Escamilla Provides training for law enforcement and...

THMG079 – Placards and Labels, Part II

In the second episode of this two-part series, Bob and Mike conclude their discussion of placards and labels. Complete Show Notes 2:40 What Are Labels? Labels look...

THMG062 – Interview with NFPA Chairman Greg Noll

In our first interview of 2017 we interview Greg Noll who s the chairman of NFPA 472. He sheds some light on the history of this standard and where we are going to be going in the future.

THMG057 – 29 CFR OSHA PPE Selection, Part II

In this continuing series on Haz Mat Law, we explore the reasons why we have and how we should use the PPE we have.