Increase in Active Shooter Response Training

As the number of active shooter events increase, so does the need for training. Read More.

Excellent Training and Response Averts Tragedy in Ohio Campus Attack

Quick response by officials to campus attacker highlights importance of solid training in these events. Read More.

Clery Act Requirements

What are the challenges large institutions have keeping people safe? Read More.

Hazmat Truck Accident: Fire, Evacuation, and I-95 Shutdown

Multiple crashes causes explosions, fatalities, and evacuation. Read More.

The intent and purpose of the OSHA Communication Standard (29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.1200) is: “To ensure that the hazards of all chemicals produced or imported are classified, and that information concerning the classified hazards is transmitted to employers … Continue reading

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently proposed three new rules which would clarify the evaluating and prioritizing of chemicals which may pose health risks for workers and the public. These new rules cover more than 62,000 chemicals. Organizations are required … Continue reading

Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) issued a report recommending a more aggressive enforcement of government regulations regarding rail shipment of hazardous materials. In the report, U.S. FRA’s Oversight of Hazardous Materials Shipments Lacks Comprehensive Risk Evaluation … Continue reading

There may be secret oil and gas transfer points in your community. Storage tanks and loading racks for products like heating oil, gasoline and propane cost big money. The siting process can be complicated and time consuming. The construction itself … Continue reading

A recent one month investigation by the Associated Press (AP) found that fears of terrorism has made it extremely difficult for the public to find out what type of hazardous materials are being stored in their neighborhoods. In many communities, … Continue reading

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