Glad to see a new quality site dedicated to HazMat information! We need these to help educate the public and gain valuable information from. I hope to be a regular contributor at this site, in my area of expertise, and learn from others.
Hey this is a great site for all of us to train and learn from. May I suggest that you change your name like everyone else has done. If you do not feel comfortable with this maybe you should try another site. There is no need to give anyone a hard time over it, follow the rules like everyone else or leave. We allow one person to do it for any reason we must allow others . It is like rules at the firehouse you may not like them but you have to a bide by them. This is our firehouse and these are our rules, again please change to your real name. Please forgive me for being blunt but we follow the rules and so should you. We are all family here and we all use our real names! Todd McKee
Thank you for taking the time to post your love for HazMat on this site. This is the greatest site in the world and is for the serious trainers that want to learn and grow from each other. Your knowledge for HazMat is awesome, but you MUST use your real name in this group. This is a tradition here that EVERYONE must follow. Could you please update your profile with your real name and title and rank. Again, thank you for what you have shared so far. Remember be safe & keeping training! Todd McKee
Everything is OK, nothing new here. I submitted my abstract for FDIC 2009 for our class. The way I worded it and explained that it was not a haz-mat class but a fire class may get us over. I haven't heard back yet but as soon as I do I will hit you up
Hey Bro! Check out my HazMat Forum called HazMat NEWS & TRAINING. I would love to hear what you have to say. BTW tradionally we use our real names along with the first and last name. Also, thanks for taking a look at the world's greatest training site. Feel free to take a look at my web site at www.hazmatohio.com. Again, thanks for joining this serious training sites. Remember be SAFE & TRAIN as training will save lives-Todd
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