Taking A Closer Look At How To Become A Hazmat Professional Here In the United States

Written by Economic Development Jobs on December 31, 2018. Posted in Army hazmat training, Hm 181, Iata training

Hazardous wastes and other such hazardous materials are incredibly common here in the United States. After all, up to three billion tons of them – if not even more than that – are moved over the course of just one year in this one country alone. Much like all cargo (11 billion tons transported from one part of the country to the next in that same span of time), hazardous waste and other hazardous materials can be shipped and transported in a number of different ways, from trains to planes to even trucks. And it is trucks, at the end of the day, that make up the majority of how hazardous materials are moved, accounting for very nearly 95% of all hazmat shipments here in the United States.

And with so much cargo, particularly hazardous wastes and other hazardous materials, being transported from one end of the country to the next, it is hugely important to have highly trained and qualified professionals actually doing the work to move this cargo from place to place. If such professi