The Price of Ignorance: Illegal DDT Dumping in Local Waters

Illegal dumping is defined by the EPA as “the disposal of waste in an unpermitted area, such as in the back of a yard, along a stream bank, in an alley, in a public right-of-way or at some other off-road area.” Unfortunately, people illegally dump waste in order to evade fees for hazardous substance transport/disposal Read more about The Price of Ignorance: Illegal DDT Dumping in Local Waters[…]

Wastewater Woes

The unique chemical structure and bonding properties of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom enables water to harbor its wondrous, life-sustaining properties. While some animals possess the ability to live without water for 30 years, most organisms on Earth cannot survive more than a few days without it. Humanity often overlooks its power and undervalues Read more about Wastewater Woes[…]

Where you get your online safety training matters.

It’s your job as a risk manager to find the appropriate training for your people. In today’s virtual, online world, much of that training is available at the click of a mouse button. While we always advocate for the value of in-person training, we understand that the convenience of online training makes it an invaluable Read more about Where you get your online safety training matters.[…]