While preparing for a class scheduled in the next couple of weeks, I decided to look on the CSB's (Chemical Safety Board) website. They have videos featuring several different chemical accidents that reveiws what happened and how it could have been prevented. These videos are a mix of interviews with employees and experts, video footage and animation of what is believed to have happened. These videos can be a valuable tool to use for training both workers and rescue personell. You can access their website at http://www.csb.gov/
Greg is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, CHMM and is a 20-year veteran of the Manufacturing and Safety Professions. His background includes extensive experience ranging from industrial chemistry to engineering to plant management for a chemical manufacturer. His interest and passion for health and safety/environmental and risk analysis led him to pursue a way to share his knowledge of these fields with others. Greg holds a B.A. degree in chemistry and is a certified instructor with the Illinois Fire Service. He is also an authorized and certified outreach instructor/trainer with OSHA and a First Aid/CPR/AED instructor with the American Heart Association. He is a technician with the MABAS Division 25 Hazardous Materials Response Team and a professional member of the American Society of Safety Engineers. Greg serves his community as the Assistant Fire Chief with the Spring Valley Fire Department and as an Emergency Medical Technician – Intermediate. Since 2006, Greg has been President of All Risk Training and Safety, Inc. He teaches and consults with corporate management and safety professionals across the Midwest.