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Hazardous Materials Preferred Package Digital Supplement, Fourth Edition

Author(s): Gregory G. Noll
Michael S. Hildebrand
Glen Rudner
Rob Schnepp
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  • ISBN-13: 9781284042382
  • Kit     pages      © 2014
Price: $102.95 US List
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The Hazardous Materials Preferred Package is a basic online learning solution for instructors using Hazardous Materials: Managing the Incident, Fourth Edition. The Hazardous Materials Preferred Package Digital Supplement offers access to a variety of management and assessment tools, including:

  • Course Management Tools (Course Manager) – a complete online classroom
  • Navigate TestPrep: Hazardous Materials – a dynamic resource to simulate certification exams
  • Companion Website for Hazardous Materials: Managing the Incident, Fourth Edition – chapter pretests and activities at www.fire.jbpub.com/hazmattech

The Hazardous Materials Preferred Package allows instructors to give students the tools they need to build a solid, knowledgeable foundation with market-leading content. Cutting-edge digital resources expand upon and reinforce this foundation, creating world-class hazardous materials technicians and incident commanders.

Note: In order to access digital resources, a student must be enrolled in a course where the instructor is using the Navigate platform.

Gregory G. Noll

Greg Noll and Mike Hildebrand have more than 40 years experience in industry and government. They have served as firefighters, hazardous materials technicians, incident commanders, and instructors. Greg and Mike are the co-founders of Hildebrand and Noll Associates, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in emergency planning and response. Their experience and expertise includes hazardous materials, weapons of mass destruction, and operations security (OPSEC). They are both Certified Safety Professionals and serve on the NFPA 472 Technical Committee on Hazardous Materials Response. In addition, they are recipients of the International Association of Fire Chiefs’ (IAFC) John M. Eversole Lifetime Achievement Award for their leadership and contributions to further enhance the hazardous materials emergency response profession.

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Michael S. Hildebrand

Greg Noll and Mike Hildebrand have more than 40 years experience in industry and government. They have served as firefighters, hazardous materials technicians, incident commanders, and instructors. Greg and Mike are the co-founders of Hildebrand and Noll Associates, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in emergency planning and response. Their experience and expertise includes hazardous materials, weapons of mass destruction, and operations security (OPSEC). They are both Certified Safety Professionals and serve on the NFPA 472 Technical Committee on Hazardous Materials Response. In addition, they are recipients of the International Association of Fire Chiefs’ (IAFC) John M. Eversole Lifetime Achievement Award for their leadership and contributions to further enhance the hazardous materials emergency response profession.

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Glen Rudner

Glen D. Rudner is the retired Northern Virginia Regional Hazardous Materials Officer for the Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Over the last 34 years he has been involved in the development, management, and delivery of many local, state, federal, and international training programs. Glen has authored numerous public safety journal articles as well as being a member and secretary for the NFPA Technical Committee on Hazardous Materials Response (NFPA 471, 472, and 473). In addition, he is the co-chair for the Ethanol Emergency Response Coalition.

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Rob Schnepp

Rob Schnepp has over 20 years of fire service experience, currently serving as the Assistant Chief of Special Operations for the Alameda County (CA) Fire Department. He is an instructor for the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency, providing hazardous materials and weapons of mass destruction training internationally. Mr. Schnepp is a current member of the NFPA 472 Technical Committee on Hazardous Materials Response Personnel, and is a former hazardous materials team manager for California Task Force 4, FEMA Urban Search and Rescue team.

With a variety of published works covering several fire service topics, including numerous articles in Fire Engineering Magazine, Mr. Schnepp is also an established author. He is a member of the Fire Engineering editorial advisory board and sits on the executive advisory board for the Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC).

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