Risk-Based Response: Chris Hawley

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Chris Hawley is a Deputy Project Manager with Computer Sciences Corporation. He is responsible for several WMD courses with the DOD/FBI/DHS International Counterproliferation program, providing threat assessment, hazmat, and anti-terrorism training worldwide. Previous to this position Chris was the Special Operations Coordinator for the Baltimore County, MD Fire Department. Chris has been a firefighter and a HazMat responder for over 20 years. He is the author of several HazMat and Terrorism response texts with Delmar Thomson Publishing, and is the co-author of Special Operations: HazMat Crimes and Terrorism. In this clip, Chris discusses the development of risk analysis in hazmat incidents.

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