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Mark earned a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh. He has been a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) since 2010. He also is a Class A/B/C Tank Operator in the state of Pennsylvania. Mark has been a Safety Professional for 16 years including the last 11 years with the Environmental Health and Safety Department at the University of Pittsburgh. As a Hazardous Material and Environmental Compliance Specialist his responsibilities include oversight of high hazard chemical laboratories, chemical risk assessments, chemical spill response, fuel storage tank inspections and safety training. Prior to his work in the safety field, Mark was a chemist in an inorganic industrial laboratory in which he conducted bench scale and pilot studies of industrial wastewater systems. Areas of expertise include chemical safety, spill response and safety training.
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By Joshua S. on November 4, 2019
Always wanted to know the true definition of a hazwoper area, now I know.
By George E. on October 16, 2019
Always wanted to know the true definition of a hazwoper area, now I know. Every one at a possible hazwoper site should take this training. What if for some unreal circumstance, I had to become a first responder. At least now I know the procedures and safeguards that will keep me safe and the environment. Thank you!
Very informational, great resource to keep you aware of the hazards in the …
By caleb D. on August 28, 2019
Very informational, great resource to keep you aware of the hazards in the field.
By Trieu T. on January 8, 2019