HAZMAT KENTUCKY

The Hazmat Kentucky Training Center is the trusted source in Kentucky for effective and comprehensive occupational health and safety training courses. Our training's are specifically designed to benefit your business with reductions in employee injuries, reduce safety hazards, limit liabilities associated with hazardous material/waste handling, and ensure state and federal regulatory compliance. 

Our clients often tell us how much we have benefited their organization by providing a comprehensive and cost-effective training experience for their employees. Celebrating 20+ years of quality service, we look forward to serving you!  

Contact: Natalie Lopez
natalie@hazmatky.com
(502) 290-6121 

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Extreme temperatures are forecast in Oklahoma, Florida and Texas on Monday, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. See where it will feel the hottest.
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The climate crisis significantly endangers worker health and safety across various industries, necessitating immediate adaptation strategies and legislative support.
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Prioritizing contractor safety can significantly enhance operational efficiency, reduce costs, improve productivity, and bolster a company's reputation.
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Scientists are discovering clues to how ultra-processed food affects our brain on.wsj.com/3WOD1Mv
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Did you know that 15.5 million people driving for work may lack formal training? Driving is the leading cause of work-related deaths each year and more than 2,000 people die each year in work-related driving incidents. #RoadwaySafety #KeepEachOtherSafe
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🐮🥛Livestock can be exposed to PFAS through food and water. A @steepsuperfund study sheds light on how PFAS binds to proteins in cow’s milk at various temperatures. Results may inform ways to remove PFAS from milk, potentially reducing human exposure.