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HAZMAT Kentucky has been awarded $720,000 in a Federal Grant from the NIEHS/ Midwest Consortium for Hazardous Waste Trainings

Louisville – Over the next five years, HAZMAT Kentucky will receive a Federal Grant totaling $720,000 to enhance local emergency planning and preparedness for hazardous materials incidents and clean-up through interactive training. 

The grant will be used to improve and implement their training curricula, acquire new equipment and expand their class offerings throughout the Louisville area.  Hazardous material jobs are in high-demand, encompassing a wide range of industries including the medical, manufacturing, chemical and environmental fields.

 

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Pollution levels are down dramatically in major cities around the world during the coronavirus pandemic. But will that have a lasting effect on the environment? @BillWeirCNN reports. https://t.co/G7lhQvfDIZ
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The best way to protect your pets from the effects of a fire is to include them in your family plan. This includes having their own disaster supplies kit as well as arranging in advance for a safe place for them to stay if you need to leave your home. http://ow.ly/ugQY30qARlj
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Emerging data suggest that though people altered their habits during the first month of America's response to the pandemic, that cooperation has since leveled off and — eventually — decreased.
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Learn how you can prevent heat-related illnesses and fatalities! Join AIHA University April 23 webinar, Heat Stress: Assessment and Control, discuss the critical factors needed to assess heat stress & implement effective preventative measures. https://t.co/7BCsvUTh8i
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Social Distancing, Quarantine, and Isolation: Keep Your Distance to Slow the Spread
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RT @business: Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly said the company has to prepare for the risk of becoming “drastically smaller” https://t.co/vWnDg6rIfI