Hazmat Survival Tips: 10 Resolutions to be Better Prepared During 2011

Beyond the Rule of ThumbSurvival Tip 59By Steven De LisiAt the start of every year, almost everyone makes resolutions pertaining to ways they can improve their life--resolutions to eat less and exercise more are common. Perhaps your resolution is to read a particular novel or to complete the requirements for a college degree. Regardless, every New Year’s resolution is intended to have a positive outcome. After working with first responders tasked with dealing with hazardous materials incidents, my recommendation for a New Year’s resolution for 2011 is to be better prepared for these events. Although major events involving a hazardous material may be rare in a first responder&r...

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