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4 Things to Know About the HAZWOPER Standard

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has come up with a safety standard that applies to employers and employees who are or might be exposed to hazardous waste during operations.


The hazardous materials regulations have changed significantly over the last several years.

Four Things You Don’t Know About Spills

Here’s a quiz for anyone whose company is at risk for spills of hazardous materials or other regulated substances at facilities or on the road.

Spill Not My Company’s Fault; Why Are We Still Liable for It?

Environmental liability laws relating to pollution events that require cleanup and reporting can be confusing.

Your Environmental Liability, In the Shop or on the Road

Environmental liability can be a thorny issue after the release of a hazardous substance or other pollution event.

Preparation for Releases From Tanks, Pipes, Trucks

Companies responsible for pollution events requiring emergency response and cleanup are subject to a maze of regulations.

Failure to Report a Spill Ends Costly for Oil Hauler

The US DOT has slapped a Texas crude oil hauler with two penalties after its tank truck overturned in an accident in January, spilling about 420 gallons of oil into the roadside soil.

140 Free phone apps from the Government!


There are over 140 apps provided by the government for your smartphone… most are free!

Anatomy of a Fuel Spill: Here’s What to Expect…

When is an environmental spill requiring cleanup not an emergency? Never!

Why is Spill Management in Hospitals so Important?

In a hospital, or any other healthcare setting, hazardous substances such as bodily fluids, drugs, cleaning fluids and other chemicals are in very close proximity to hundreds of people each day.

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