IHMM Remotely Proctored Exams Available Now

IHMM is pleased to announce that the American National Standards Institute [ANSI] has approved Kryterion Remotely Proctored Exams for IHMM’s CHMM, CHMP, and CDGP exams. IHMM has been using the Kryterion Remotely Proctored Exams for the CSHM and CSMP exams since April of this year.

About 60% of Kryterion in-person testing centers have reopened. If you prefer the comfort and convenience of taking your exam from your home or office instead of at a Kryterion center, IHMM is ready to enroll you in a remotely proctored examination.

Please contact either Kortney Tunstall at [email protected] for the CHMM, CHMP, or CDGP exams or Kaylene Cagle at [email protected] for the CSHM or CSMP exams.

Phone: 301-984-8969 | [email protected]

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

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Results of the 2020 IHMM Board Elections

We are pleased to announce the results of the 2020 election for 2 seats on the IHMM Board; one seat for a CHMM certificant and one seat for a Public Member.

With 7,829 eligible voters, Mr. William M. Diesslin of Ames, Iowa was re-elected to a second, four-year term as a CHMM with 22% of the vote. Mr. W. Morgan Hyson of Rockville, Maryland was elected to his first four-year term as the Public Member with 21% of the vote.  Congratulations to Bill and Morgan and we look forward to your orientation later this month before you take your seats on January 1, 2021.

We also want to thank Robert E. DeHart II, Rick Huckfeldt, David Onchagwa, and Kermit Rader for having run in this election. IHMM deeply appreciates your commitment to IHMM and your willingness to serve.

Last but certainly not least, IHMM thanks the IHMM Nominating Committee for their more than eight months of work on soliciting applications to be considered for nomination to run in this election. Mr. Nathan Phelan as Chair of this committee  https://ihmm.org/nominating-committee/  will face new challenges for 2021 as the IHMM bylaws will have been changed bringing new opportunities to run for and serve on IHMM’s governing Board.

IHMM & AHMP Launch 45 in 5 – National Credential Recognition – December 15, 2020

On December 15, 2020, IHMM and AHMP will be gathering the first round of state volunteers to scope out what we need to do and how we need to do it. This is just the beginning. Here is the present composition of the 45 In 5 Task Force and the states we are focusing on. More people may volunteer anytime!  https://ihmm.org/45-in-5-task-force/

In 2019 Mark Bruce from AHMP and Gene Guilford from IHMM worked on a project to get the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to recognize the CHMM and CDGT credentials. With Mark’s work on the ground in  Pennsylvania, we succeeded. We have already succeeded in 5 states.

In the two weeks since the launch, we have added Delaware, Florida, Texas, California, Washington, Georgia, Ohio, Tennessee, Alabama, Maryland, Virginia, Massachusetts, and Missouri as the next states for us to work on.

Now Mark at AHMP and Gene at IHMM has launched 45 in 5, getting the other 45 states to recognize our credentials in 5 years. If we can find a volunteer like Mark in 45 other states we can work with those volunteers on crafting the right message to the right agencies in state governments across the country. If we find enough volunteers we can get this done in less than 5 years.

Here’s what we ask each volunteer to do:

  • Take a template letter we write and send it to the right people at the right agencies of state governments
  • IHMM & AHMP will identify the agencies and the people to contact
  • Follow up after sending the letter
  • IHMM will engage all of our certificants and AHMP will engage all of its members in each state to communicate with the agencies in support of the recognition
Let’s get the rest of the country on board. Volunteer using this form > https://forms.gle/xVJ7UgwcfomWTpdR9

New rules and regulations come into force as of January 1, 2021!

Shippers, freight forwarders, airlines, airports and other key industry stakeholders should take note of these changes and follow the correct guidance by using the latest editions of the IATA Manuals. Not following all the exact air cargo rules can have significant implications on your business such as delays, fines, and other serious implications.

COVID-19 & 2021 Updates: IATA Manuals include all necessary information about new regulations taking effect as of 2021 as well as COVID-19 changes made to the regulations and how they impact shipping and cargo operations. Learn more


The Excellence in EHS Management Award recognizes an individual who has excelled in their role as an EHS manager. The Institute for Hazardous Materials Management [IHMM] will present the award at the annual National Safety Council Expo.

The honoree will receive a commemorative plaque and be recognized in a press release and in IHMM member communications. Travel expenses to the award ceremony will be subsidized. If traveling from overseas IHMM will pay travel expenses from the nearest port of entry.

Nominations will be accepted from May 20th through July 15th of each year – though for 2020 we are accepting nominations through December 31, 2020, as the award will be given during the NSC conference on March 1-5, 2020 to be done virtually.


Safety Leadership Checklist: Do You Have What It Takes?

Safety leadership is a mindset and a skill set that is essential for protecting others on the job. Do you have what it takes? Use this checklist to find out. Read more

Do Incident Rates Determine the Value of Safety?

Reported incident rates aren’t enough to measure the value of safety or effectively manage risk. Here’s how to use leading and lagging indicators to improve. Read more

Safety News You Need: Prevention Through Design

This week’s Safety News You Need highlights PTD resources that can help you create safer workplaces by mitigating or eliminating hazards before they occur. Read more

Managing Safety on Multiemployer Work Sites

The recently updated ANSI/ASSP A10.33-2020 standard sets safety and health program requirements for multiemployer projects, including establishing roles and responsibilities and confirming that team members know how to address hazards they may encounter. Read more

OSHA Issues Guidance on COVID-19 Related Inspections

New OSHA guidance provides employers insight into which OSHA standards have been most frequently cited during COVID-19-related inspections. Read more

IHMM is a member of ASSP and is pleased to provide this information to all of our certificants.

Advanced ECHO Webinar: Hazardous Waste

During this webinar, we will explore the Hazardous Waste Facility Search and Hazardous Waste State Dashboard. We will demonstrate how the Hazardous Waste Facility Search provides RCRA-specific evaluation, compliance, enforcement, and penalty data through step-by-step examples and practical use cases. We will answer questions such as:

  • How can I find Hazardous Waste compliance information for facilities in my community?
  • How can I identify facilities with TRI land releases or waste transfers?
  • How can I use ECHO to prepare for a hazardous waste facility inspection?
  • How can I use the new Hazardous Waste Dashboard to understand compliance and enforcement activities in my state?

Date and Time: Tuesday December 15th, 2020 1:30 – 2:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
Registration: Advanced ECHO Webinar: Hazardous Waste

IHMM Bylaws Updated

IHMM is pleased to announce that its bylaws were updated by the IHMM Board at its meeting on Saturday, December 5, 2020. This project was headed by IHMM’s Vice Chair, Bill Diesslin, who spent countless hours in researching the bylaws of credentialing organizations similar to IHMM. We are deeply indebted to Bill for the time and effort he dedicated to this important task.

The most significant changes in these bylaws include their having been made a great deal shorter and less complicated, as well as bringing a large measure of increased opportunities for IHMM credential holders to serve on the governing Board.

Article V, Section 1, Sub-A – Board of Directors

The Board of Directors shall have no fewer than eight (8) members. One (1) Director for each of the accredited IHMM credentials, one (1) non-IHMM certified Public Member Director, and the remaining At Large Directors shall hold any accredited IHMM credential.

This section creates a seat on the Board for each of IHMM’s accredited credentials, ensuring all accredited credentials are represented. Then there is one seat for a non-IHMM certified Public Member, and then the remainder of the Board seats are dedicated to being “at-large,” allowing all IHMM holders of accredited credentials [CHMM, CHMP, CDGP, CSHM, CSMP, at present] to run in an election for an open seat.

The IHMM Nominating Committee will receive instructions from the Board concerning these changes as the 2021 Nominating process begins next March, 2021. The full set of IHMM Bylaws may be read here.


End Of The Year Donations

One of the most important projects of the Hazardous Materials Society is our Scholarship program.

HMS wants to make it as easy as possible for those who cannot always afford to participate in pursuing certification, or keeping up with professional development, or attending great conferences and receiving outstanding training. HMS does not solicit contributions from the general public. HMS does ask IHMM’s certificants and their companies and our education and training vendors to consider a contribution.

Here, through your generosity, you can make a difference in promoting the ability of those who can afford it least to become participants in our communities of practice.

It’s never too late to make a difference, so don’t let this opportunity to make a difference pass you by. Please consider a tax-deductible donation of $250, $500 or what you can to help build HMS’s effort to help others in our communities of practice.

Hazardous Materials Society Annual Meeting – December 16, 2020

The Board of Directors of the Hazardous Materials Society (HMS) has scheduled their 1st Annual Virtual General Membership Meeting of the Society to 4:00 PM Eastern Time, Wednesday, December 16, 2020, so as not to conflict with the AHMP meeting scheduled for December 9th. This meeting date allows IHMM certificants who are active in AHMP to attend both meetings.

The HMS General Membership Meeting is your opportunity to meet the HMS Board, and to be updated on what the HMS Board and its newly formed Committees worked on in 2020 and their plans for next year. Your host will be Bob West, HMS Board Chair. We anticipate the meeting to be up to one hour in length. Access information for the meeting will be provided via future e-mail messages.

HMS Education and Training

Hazardous Materials Society now has 16,286 education and training programs on its website https://hazmatsociety.org/education-training/ with more coming every week. Certificants will note that most of these programs carry a CMP value, making it easier to know in advance what to expect. The HMS Education and Training platform also provides a wide variety of courses for professional development across all of IHMM’s credentials – and more are being developed by the HMS Education and Training Committee.

This is the center of education and training for IHMM certificants and prospective certificants. Among these more than 15.000 programs are webinars delivered online and virtually all carry IHMM CMPs values with them for your annual / 5-year CMP planning. SEE: https://hazmatsociety.org/education-training/

HMS Affinity Programs –  Meritain Health Insurance

With more than 27,000 people – here is where HMS leverages our numbers for member’s benefit. There is strength and value in numbers and that translates into lower costs for you.

Haven’t you had enough of the health insurance industry/government exchanges run-around where you have few if any, choices and ever-increasing costs?

HMS has worked with the best people in the health insurance industry to deliver a program exclusively for HMS members that solves this problem. The HMS Health Insurance Program empowers our small to medium-sized businesses with stronger coverage at a lower cost than is found in the ACA commercial marketplaces where you get insurance today.

IHMM/HMS Coronavirus Resources

In February of 2020, the World Health Organization’s director-general has declared a public health emergency of international concern over the ongoing outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus. On March 13, 2020 President Trump declared a national emergency for the United States. IHMM and HMS’ first concern is with the safety and health of all of us; our staff and families, colleagues, certificants and members. We will update this page regularly as credible, authoritative information is available.


HMS Launches Jobs Board

We invite our participating companies to post their available employment opportunities here. There is no charge for this service. HMS staff reviews each proposed posting for clarity and completeness before posting to the public view and may remove a posting without notice.

Member Benefits of Hazardous Materials Society

81% of IHMM certificants are aware of the Hazardous Materials Society, which we appreciate. IHMM established the Hazardous Materials Society in order to support and provide services to IHMM certificants.

Did You Know?
Your company’s membership dues for Associate Membership in the Hazardous Materials Society (HMS) are 100% tax-deductible and your participation directly supports scholarship and education/training opportunities for professionals working in hazmat and EHS. Joining as an Associate Member expresses your commitment and your company’s leadership in giving back to our professional community. Join today to claim your tax deduction for the 2020 tax year while expressing your company’s professional affiliation and accessing tools for your marketing and business development plans.

To learn more about what HMS is doing now and what they are planning for the future, please see the new Member Benefits page here.

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A Collaborative Culture

There are 283 different conversations going on in the IHMM/HMS Collaboration platform this week. A collaborative culture is important for every business but is especially important for our hazardous materials, dangerous goods, environment, health, and safety communities of practice. IHMM credentialed professionals are at the top 1% of their professions and their reach is global. We are at the forefront of environmental protection, health, and safety and this is where collaborating with the best people in their fields, always willing to help one another, lessens the stress of our jobs and where we strive as a team to make a difference of which we are proud.

In November HMS added the following new communities:

  • IHMM Microcredential Community
  • IHMM-AHMP 45 In 5 Community

We opened COLLABORATION to enable thousands of certificants and supporters to collaborate together. You can collaborate here> https://community.ihmm.org/home

Global leadership in DG compliance

Hazmat Safety Consulting provides dangerous goods services to assist clients navigate the complexities of the dangerous goods regulations for all modes of transport. Our staff all previously worked for the US DOT, and have international regulatory experience and knowledge to address the most challenging dangerous goods issues. For clients, a partnership with HSC means having access to knowledgeable consultants that will give you peace of mind that your DG shipping program is operating in a safe and efficient manner.


Retiring? IHMM Invites You to Become an Emeritus

You may have decided, after a long and successful career, to retire from active daily duty. Congratulations. That doesn’t mean you have to completely disengage from your profession. IHMM is pleased to offer Emeritus status to all certificants who will no longer be actively engaged in their communities of practice but who still want to stay in touch. Please let us know when you’re approaching that decision and we will assist you in the credential transition. Please contact Jim Drosdak at [email protected] and he’ll be happy to help you.

Columbia Southern University

The Hazardous Materials Society [HMS] is a partner of Columbia Southern University. Columbia Southern University is an online university based in Orange Beach, Alabama, that strives to change and improve lives through higher education by enabling students to maximize their professional and personal potential.

A subsidiary of Columbia Southern Education Group, CSU offers online degree programs at the associate, bachelor, master, doctorate or certificate levels in a multitude of areas such as occupational safety and health, fire administration, criminal justice, business administration, human resource management, health care administration and more. CSU also features undergraduate and graduate certificate programs to provide focused training in specialized areas for adult learners.

Click on the CSU graphic at left and learn more about the professional development and degree program opportunities at CSU.

National Safety Council Webinar Series

IHMM is a member of the National Safety Council and is pleased to bring this important information to all of its certificants.

Stepping Into the Unknown:

What We Learned from 2020 and What that Might Mean for Health & Safety in 2021 Without a doubt, 2020 will be remembered as one of the most uncertain, challenging and historically relevant years on record. But as we look ahead, how is our political, economic, regulatory and technology landscape set to change? What impact might these changes have on health and safety across our organizations? Register today for this Cority-sponsored webinar, scheduled for noon Central on Dec. 15, to find out.

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Welcome to the Hybrid Workplace

Where you can reach, engage, and inform employees with ease—whether they’re on-site, at remote locations, or on the go.

Lessons Learned During the Pandemic
Many lessons were learned throughout 2020—especially among businesses that saw employee communication and engagement gaps that threatened everything from COVID-19 safety measures to overall productivity, morale and so much more. See exactly what’s at stake when the key component of a successful hybrid workplace—communication—isn’t given the attention it deserves.

Read the Guide

National Safety Council Congress & Expo, March 1-5, 2021

For more than 100 years, safety, health and environmental professionals have turned to this safety event for industry-leading technology, education, networking opportunities and the tried and true products and services needed to stay at the forefront and remain competitive within the industry. We are excited to offer the NSC Safety Congress & Expo virtually while also prioritizing the safety of stakeholders during this pandemic environment.

Until we can meet face-to-face, it’s a convenient and affordable way to deliver quality educational programs and safety solutions directly to you. It’s the perfect place to come together to share experiences, to learn new ways of doing business, and explore the innovations that will drive our industry to save lives, from the workplace to anyplace.

  • A community platform to network, share lessons learned and plans for the future
  • A live and on-demand education platform for safety teams around the world
  • A trade show just like an in person expo hall to see innovations and make connections to grow sales and profitability

The cumulative experiences and learning offered are the difference between making the journey to a safer workplace and arriving at the destination, helping safety professionals get to the finish line and achieve their goals. In the fast-changing workplace, we keep you ahead of the curve.

Mark your calendars, March 1-5, 2021!



OSHA Complaints and COVID-19 Investigations – Ogletree & Deakins

Are there any industry or timing trends in OSHA complaints?  Yes. The largest number of complaints filed with OSHA or state agencies have consistently related to hospitals, nursing homes, and post offices. Retailers, grocers, restaurants, and other public-facing businesses have received the second-highest percentage of complaints with construction and warehouse facilities following closely behind.

Can an employee sue an employer for OSHA violations? OSHA does not create a private right of action that would allow employees to sue a company for injuries or illness (COVID-19) caused by a violation of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act) or OSHA standards. On the other hand, OSHA regulations do not affect employee rights under state workers’ compensation laws to pursue lawsuits based on alleged violations of rights created by state statutes or common law. Evidence of OSHA violations, however, may be admissible as evidence in such suits depending on the jurisdiction. In tort lawsuits, evidence of an OSHA violation is normally allowed to show “some evidence” of negligence, while other courts have held that an OSHA violation constitutes “per se” negligence.

Can an employee bring a complaint relating to safety issues in the workplace? There are two types of employee complaints under OSHA:

  1. Section 11(c) retaliation complaints under the OSH Act, which the U.S. Department of Labor can enforce through a civil enforcement action in federal district court; and
  2. A safety or health complaint by an employee where OSHA can dispatch an inspector to investigate and potentially issue a citation against the employer for any violations.

What is the OSHA General Duty Clause and what is the risk of a violation based on safety policies that are not followed? The General Duty Clause is found in Section 5(a)(1) of the OSH Act, 29 U.S.C. Section 654(a)(1), and it requires each employer to (1) “furnish to each of [its] employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees,” and (2) “comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under” the OSH Act. State OSHA plans have similar requirements.

There have been a handful of general duty clause citations in some jurisdictions based on violations of social distancing and other general infection prevention guidance. OSHA’s Revised Enforcement Guidance for Recording Cases of COVID-19 describes the factors a CSHO needs to consider before issuing a COVID-19 based General Duty Clause citation and the use of CDC guidance to assess potential workplace hazards as follows:

General Duty Clause. If deficiencies not addressed by OSHA standards or regulations are discovered in the employer’s preparedness for controlling elevated occupational exposure risk for SARS-CoV-2, and guidance is available (e.g., CDC), follow the FOM guidance for obtaining evidence of a potential general duty clause violation, including the four required elements:  (1) The employer failed to keep the workplace free of a hazard to which employees of that employer were exposed; (2) The hazard was recognized; (3) The hazard was causing or was likely to cause death or serious physical harm; and, (4) There was a feasible and useful method to correct the hazard.

Unless the case file evidence establishes that all four of the above elements, the Area Office should issue a hazard alert letter (HAL) recommending the implementation of protective measures that address SARS-CoV-2 hazards. For example, if there is no evidence that an employee was potentially exposed to the virus in the workplace, then the first element is not met. See Attachment 3 for a sample HAL.

Use of CDC recommendations. The most current CDC guidance should be consulted in assessing potential workplace hazards and to evaluate the adequacy of an employer’s protective measures for workers. Where the protective measures implemented by an employer are not as protective as those recommended by the CDC, the CSHO should consider whether employees are exposed to a recognized hazard and whether there are feasible means to abate that hazard.

OSHA’s burden of proof on a General Duty Clause citation is rigorous and each of the four required elements described above must be satisfied to sustain a General Duty Clause citation.

Also, there may be some risk to employers for a General Duty Clause citation for a failure to implement a company’s safety procedures. In May 2020, , the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued a decision that should be of concern to every employer and safety professional. The case, BHC Northwest Psychiatric Hospital, LLC v. Secretary of Labor, 951 F.3d 558 (D.C. Cir. 2020), involved an employer that had ambitious but unimplemented requirements in its written safety procedures—the lack of implementation in large part caused the employer to be found guilty of a violation of the General Duty Clause. This decision is a reminder to employers to be vigilant in following through on safety procedures adopted in the workplace.

Beltway Buzz – Ogletree Deakins

Following the Thanksgiving break, federal legislators have been back in Washington, D.C., this week as the 116th United States Congress—which will likely end on January 3, 2021—sprints toward the finish. Tops on the congressional to-do list is avoiding a government shutdown, which will happen on December 12, 2020, if Congress does not act. (Incidentally, the 35-day record-breaking federal government shutdown that took place between December 2018 and January 2019 began right around this time two years ago—on December 22, 2018.) Of course, with COVID-19 cases spiking and the expiration of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act’s unemployment provisions looming, there is yet another push for further economic relief from Congress. Here is how that effort is shaping up.

  • A bipartisan group of senators and representatives recently introduced a compromise stimulus package that would provide $908 billion in funds for unemployment insurance, Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) money, and aid to state and local governments. It also would provide for certain short-term liability protections from COVID-19–related lawsuits to allow states time to come up with their own responses. The bill enjoys the support of Democratic leaders Senator Charles Schumer and Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
  • In the U.S. Senate, however, Republican leaders have their own ideas regarding an appropriate response, which does not bode well for the compromise legislative vehicle. Their proposal is a trimmed-down package with a smaller price tag that is similar to the bill that was twice blocked in the Senate in September and October of this year.
  • The legislative roadblocks appear to be unchanged from what we have seen previously: liability protections (viewed by opponents as harmful to workers and consumers) and money for state and local governments (viewed by opponents as bailouts that might be used to address non-COVID-19–related fiscal matters).
  • That all being said, it appears that the parties are closer than they have been in months to striking a deal. The Buzz will be monitoring the negotiations and will notify you of developments as they happen.

Senate Passes Immigration Bill. On December 2, 2020, the Senate passed by unanimous consent the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2020 (S. 386 / H.R. 1044). The bill, which would eliminate the per-country caps for employment-based immigrants, passed the U.S. House of Representatives in July 2019 by an overwhelming vote of 365–65. Now, however, Congress must reconcile the existing differences between the two versions of the bill. Accomplishing this, in addition to securing President Donald Trump’s signature, all before the 116th Congress adjourns, will be a challenging task. If this doesn’t happen, the entire legislative process must be restarted in the new Congress.

H-1B Regulations Struck Down. This week, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California struck down both the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) H-1B reform rule and the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) prevailing wage rate rule. Brian BumgardnerCeridwen KoskiMelissa Manna, and Samantha Wolfe have the details on the decision. The order was issued by U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White, who also recently struck down DHS’s proposed increases to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) fee schedule, as well as President Trump’s June 22, 2020, proclamation suspending the entry of H-1B, H-2B, J-1, and L-1 visa holders into the United States.

H-1B Wage Prioritization Proposal. December 2, 2020, was the deadline for stakeholders to submit comments in response to USCIS’s proposal to scrap the H-1B lottery in exchange for a process that prioritizes selection of H-1B applicants with the highest promised salaries. An extremely quick review of the comments could result in finalization of the rule prior to January 20, 2021, but whether the rule can become effective within that timeframe is doubtful.

The Last Opinion Letters? This week, the DOL’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) issued two opinion letters, one dealing with the calculation of the regular rate for employees paid on a piece-rate basis and the other dealing with the agricultural exemption of the Fair Labor Standards Act. With a change in presidential administrations due to take place in just a matter of weeks, could these opinion letters represent the WHD’s final opinion letters, or will there be more to come? Whether it is these two letters or subsequent letters that might issue prior to January 20, 2021, these could be the last opinion letters we see in quite some time, as it very possible that the incoming administration could end or alter the opinion letter process.

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DailyCE 1106: Coronavirus Facts: Understanding the CoronavirusColumbia Southern University


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