Emissions connected to large fires
Drugs labs and dumps
Transport of Hazmat
Technical University degree in laboratory techniques
Degree in radiation safety
RNBC militairy reservist
Fire dept. Hazmat training
Topics you provide training for:
all fire dept. related hazmat aspects
Areas of expertise:
silo and manure gas
Woman. Born 1962.
Originally trained for lab work, I worked at the
- agricultural university in Wageningen (plant disease and pesticides)
- Ministry of Environment (radiation inspector)
- Ministry of Defence (Head of the Radiological Protection Service)
- Fire Dept. of Amsterdam Amstelland (Hazmat Officer)
My work also is my hobby. In my spare time I
- work as a volunteer fire fighter in Soest
- am correspondent BeNeLux for Hazards intelligence (HInt, http://www.saunalahti.fi/ility/)
- and always scan the web for dangerous goods accidents to learn from.
Beside that, I love to snorkle, canoe and be a reenactor (spinning and weaving in prehistory, viking age and late middle age)
Last but not least I am a cat lover. Right now (july 2008) I have 8 cat kids - I always carry some (sometimes even many) of their hairs around, to the disgust of some colleagues.
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I was a volunteer for a local fire dept here in kansas. I have always wanted to go overseas to study different techniques. Could you tell me if there are any openings in your area. thank you, shawn robertson
Jetty, Welcome to the greatest training site in the world! I see that you are a HAZMAT Officer, feel free to join the group called HazMat Training & News. I would love to hear some of your thoughts on our discussions. I also have a few forums going and would like to know what you think. The forums are called WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS < You should love that one when you read it. The other is ERG training. Being a HazMat officer I would love to hear how often you get your folks to train on the ERG. Keep in touch Todd McKee
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