• He served as the Hazardous Declaration NCO for the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center fly-away mission, ensuring compliance with hazardous materials regulations.
  • He developed and coordinated inspections for eight vehicles and two trailers to be loaded on a C-17 aircraft.
  • He skillfully prepared over 60 line item hazardous declarations for the transport of vehicles, successfully passing inspections without any frustrated cargo.
  • He trained four CE (Civil Engineer) members on processes, navigation, and familiarity with EESOH-MIS and HAZMART, significantly increasing the unit’s capability by 400%.
  • He efficiently packed and certified over 50 hazardous shipments for ground transportation, demonstrating skillful preparation that resulted in zero leakage or safety mishaps.
  • He responded to a chemical spill in a warehouse, effectively isolating the contamination and preventing seepage into the groundwater.
  • He voluntarily completed the Hazardous Cargo Inspector course, becoming the first certified inspector and enhancing the unit’s ability to store and transport hazardous cargo to the Area of Responsibility (AOR).
  • He received recognition for maintaining the best and only complete Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) file in the battalion.
  • He collaborated with the base environmental office to develop and implement a waste disposal program, resulting in a 90% reduction in stored waste.
  • He certified all hazardous materials and directed the loading and staging of equipment airlifted from two trans-Pacific airfields, providing vital support to an isolated camp.
  • He actively contributed to recycling efforts, recycling over 1,000 pounds of equipment and materials, including over 100 hazardous items, resulting in significant cost savings for the Army.
  • He ensured that all soldiers were properly trained in the disposal of hazardous medical waste, enforcing strict compliance and preventing mishaps, injuries, or discrepancies.
  • He conducted an inventory of the HAZMAT locker and compared existing products to the required inventory, successfully reducing the required inventory by 50%.
  • He ensured the proper handling, storage, and disposal of all hazardous materials within the warehouse’s HAZMAT storage area.
  • He reorganized the HAZMAT program to ensure compliance with all USCENTCOM directives.
  • He emphasized the safe storage of hazardous materials and promoted the safe usage of 34 different petroleum products required for 10 Little Birds and over 200 preventive maintenance checks.
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