THMG254 – Rick Emery educates us on OSHA

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0 thoughts on “THMG254 – Rick Emery educates us on OSHA”

  1. Love the podcasts, but between episodes 250 and 254 I must say this cleared up a lot of questions about responses to calls they were in that grey area. I run with an industrial hazmat team as a technician and am a volunteer firefighter running operations level with them. I am currently going through the training to become a hazmat instructor and your podcasts while giving great info also point me in the right directions for reference material

    1. I suggest setting up a meeting with your local OSHA inspector (or equivalent if a state plan). They should be able to answer any questions on this topic for you.

  2. Albert V Condello III

    Whomever is assigned the Technical Reference Specialist should have been trained in OSHA 30 Hours – General Industry.
    I know that a lot of the confusion is not having a diverse background whomever is also assigned to the role of HazMat Safety Officer.

    I personally have been pursuing professional certification on top of getting ProBoard and IFSAC credentials.
    CHMM was very helpful as it give me a background on DOT and RCRA as well OSHA Hazwoper requirements.
    CSP was my second professional certification and this provided a more informed background in Occupational Safety.
    I am currently pursuing my CIH and this is considered the hat trick of safety. Never stop learning and preparing for the big one!
    The unknown, unknowns – take training serious as you might be asked to perform and you want to be on your A game that day.

    1. I suggest setting up a meeting with your local OSHA inspector (or equivalent if a state plan). They should be able to answer any questions on this topic for you.

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