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.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2021

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HMS Launches Professional Liability Insurance Program

HMS is proud to have partnered with RCM&D to be able to offer an outstanding comprehensive professional liability insurance program to IHMM certificants. Here, you will find information about this important program offering Environmental Consultants and Engineers Professional Liability coverage. This coverage is intended to add protection for loss stemming from actual or alleged negligent acts, errors and omissions in performing professional services.

Learn more here > https://hazmatsociety.org/professional-liability-insurance/

IHMM & AHMP Launch 45 in 5 – National Credential Recognition – 20 States Targeted

On December 15, 2020, IHMM and AHMP gathered the first round of 31 state volunteers to scope out what we need to do and how we need to do it. For their next meeting in January, we begin outlining the strategy to go after 17 states.

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, Missouri, Iowa, North Carolina, Colorado, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska 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
The Task Force meets on January 25, 2021, to begin laying the foundation of the strategy to work with these states.

IHMM Certified Hazardous Materials Practitioner (CHMP®) Scheme Committee Update

The Institute of Hazardous Materials Management (IHMM) conducts a Job Task Analysis (JTA) to validate all certification examinations every five years, or more often if circumstances warrant.  The job analysis identifies the performance areas and associated knowledge, tasks, skills, and abilities relating to the credential.  During the JTA process, a new blueprint is created that reflects the consensus of the profession validated by survey participants.  The blueprint provides the areas of competency that a minimally qualified candidate must have to be deemed competent.  The IHMM CHMP Scheme Committee comprised of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) completed the JTA.  The Specification Blueprint states each domain and competencies with tasks given under each domain.  A percentage label accompanies each domain in the Specification Blueprint, and the percentage represents the proportion of the CHMP examination devoted to that domain.

The CHMP Scheme Committee Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) are now working on item development. IHMM works with the SMEs and Psychometrician to develop high-quality items (exam questions).  The items on the exam must be well-written questions requiring meticulous review and revision.  The items have two parts: the stem and the distractors.  The term stem refers to the question itself or scenario, the distractors refer to the response options (plausible answers) and the key (answer).  Distractors should be reasonable and plausible, similar level of complexity and grammatical parallel. The SMEs will review the items for:

  • Alignment to the knowledge or skill statement
  • Level of difficulty
  • Validity of Content
  • Validity of correct answer

All items must provide a peer review supported reference.

If you have any questions on the CHMP exam, please contact M. Patricia Buley, IHMM Director of Certification and Accreditation.

ISO/PAS 45005:2020(en) Occupational health and safety management — General guidelines for safe working during the COVID-19 pandemic

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies (ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through ISO technical committees. Each member body interested in a subject for which a technical committee has been established has the right to be represented on that committee. International organizations, governmental and non-governmental, in liaison with ISO, also take part in the work. ISO collaborates closely with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) on all matters of electrotechnical standardization.

IHMM is a member of ASSP and is pleased to bring this information to all of our certificants. IHMM further wishes to recognize and thank the hard work of Thomas J. Slavin, CSHM, who made significant contributions to this work. Well done Tom.

Read more here.

IHMM News Recent Updates


HMS 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.

HMS Education and Training

Hazardous Materials Society now has 18,415 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 –  RCM&D Professional Liability 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.

HMS is proud to have partnered with RCM&D to be able to offer an outstanding comprehensive professional liability insurance program to IHMM certificants. Here, you will find information about this important program offering Environmental Consultants and Engineers Professional Liability coverage. This coverage is intended to add protection for loss stemming from actual or alleged negligent acts, errors and omissions in performing professional services.

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 307 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.

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

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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.

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

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

Safe + Sound 2020 Year In Review 

Safe + Sound 2020 was a successful year! 1.9 million workers from 3,452 businesses participated in Safe + Sound Week. 68,590 participants regularly received safety and health messages via the listserv. Download the Safe + Sound 2020 End-Of-Year Infographic and share how you were #SafeAndSoundAtWork on social media. Thank you for your support!

Safety Walk-Arounds for Managers

Learn how to keep workers safe! The Safety Walk-Arounds for Managers document provides guidance to help managers and business owners conduct safety walkarounds to identify hazards in the workplace and communicate with workers about hazards in their jobs.


IHMM will attend and support a number of conferences and trade shows throughout 2021, virtually as well as in-person as COVID issues allow. Below are the first few conferences we have coming up early in 2021.

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!


Ohio Safety Congress & Expo 2021

March 10-11, 2021

This year we’re offering online learning sessions and a digital expo, allowing participants to learn remotely and chat virtually with presenters and exhibitors.

As always, attendance is FREE, and registration for the virtual event opens in December.

COSTHA 2021 Annual Forum

April 2021

Greenville, South Carolina

This event is expected to be run entirely virtually.


Congress Passes New COVID-19 Relief Legislation

On the evening of December 21 and the morning of December 22, the Congress passed and sent to the President fiscal year 2021 appropriations to fund the federal government as well as new provisions for COVID-19 relief. The President signed that legislation on December 27, 2020.

You may read more here >> https://rules.house.gov/sites/democrats.rules.house.gov/files/BILLS-116HR133SA-RCP-116-68.pdf

The synopsis of this new law is found below.

Why You Will Hear About the Congressional Review Act

The Congressional Review Act (CRA) enables Congress to disapprove a final rule issued by a federal agency. A rule disapproved using this mechanism is not only nullified; the agency is also prevented from reissuing a “substantially similar” rule in the future unless Congress authorizes it to do so via subsequent legislation. Congress generally has 60 days to review rules, but there is a provision that also allows an incoming Congress to review the last 60 days of rules issued during the previous Congress.

Question: Which agency actions issued during the Trump Administration can the new Congress disapprove using the Congressional Review Act?

Answer from Daniel Pérez: “Our best estimate is that all regulatory actions issued on or after August 21, 2020, are subject to expedited disapproval under the CRA. The definitive date is pending a formal opinion issued by the House and Senate Parliamentarians.”

Factsheet on the Congressional Review Act

Beltway Buzz – Ogletree & Deakins

Chaos in the Capitol. The calendar may read 2021, but in Washington, D.C., it sure feels a lot like 2020. The spectacle of rioters laying siege to the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, was horrific. Arising from this attack on the Capitol the House of Representatives will vote on articles of impeachment of the President on January 13, 2021. As such, President Trump will become the first President in American history to have been impeached twice. The House Impeachment Resolution is here.

2021 Labor and Employment Policy Forecast. As this is the first Buzz edition of 2021, we invite you to review our 2021 Labor and Employment Forecast for additional policy analysis.

50–50 Senate. Democratic victories in the two U.S. Senate runoff elections that took place in Georgia means that the 117th United States Congress will get underway with the U.S. Senate evenly split: 48 Democrats (and the 2 independent senators who caucus with them) and 50 Republicans. Of course, once inaugurated, Vice President Kamala Harris will give Democrats a tiebreaking 51st vote in the Senate. Set forth below are some of the ways that this change could influence federal policy developments in the coming months.

Legislative agenda. The Senate legislative filibuster means that 60 votes are effectively needed to pass legislation in the Senate. As long as the filibuster remains—and multiple Democratic senators have indicated that they are not keen on scrapping it—bills such as the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act likely will not become law.

An opportunity for bipartisanship? Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) will control the legislative agenda in the Senate and might look to pass legislation that has the support of some Republican senators (i.e., at least 10), but which would not necessarily have been brought to the floor under Republican leadership. This could include bills addressing individual stimulus checks, unemployment insurance extension/expansion, protection for DREAMers, pregnancy accommodation, LGBTQ protections, and multiemployer pension reform.

Nominations. “Personnel is policy” in Washington, D.C., and who is in charge will greatly impact the regulatory agenda. With 50 (plus 1) votes in the Senate, President-elect Joe Biden may be less likely to compromise on his choices of nominees, and he may be able to get them confirmed more expeditiously.
CRA: Back in play. The Congressional Review Act (CRA) allows Congress—with simple majority votes in each congressional chamber—to rescind “midnight” agency regulations in certain circumstances. Regulations eligible for CRA treatment include, but are not limited to, the final independent contractor regulation (see “Independent Contractor Rule Finalized” below), the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’ (OFCCP) final TRICARE rule, nondiscrimination procedures and religious exemption regulations, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) rules on H-1B reform and prevailing wages.

Oversight/Investigations. With Democrats controlling the agenda, Senate oversight of the administration could be minimal, which will allow administrative agencies to regulate with less fear of being called to testify before Senate committees to justify their actions.
Biden Selects Secretary of Labor. President-elect Biden announced this week that he would nominate Boston mayor Martin Walsh to be U.S. secretary of labor. Walsh was a former union president and state representative before becoming mayor. Assuming Walsh is confirmed, his top priority will likely be the development of an emergency temporary standard to protect workplaces from COVID-19 (though such a standard may issue even before he is confirmed). If history serves as a guide, former secretary of labor Hilda Solis was confirmed on February 24, 2009—about one month after President Barack Obama’s inauguration.

Independent Contractor Rule Finalized. On January 6, 2021, the DOL’s Wage and Hour Division finalized its independent contractor rule under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The regulation reaffirms the “economic dependence” test when determining whether a worker is an independent contractor or an employee. Steve Pockrass has the details. The effective date of the rule is March 8, 2021, which will obviously be well into President-elect Biden’s term. The rule is eligible for rescission under the CRA, and if Congress does not act, expect the new administration to delay the regulation before repealing it altogether and advancing its own independent contractor proposal.

Immigration News. On the last day of 2020 and in this, the first full week of 2021, the Trump administration advanced two significant immigration-related initiatives.

Visa bans. On December 31, 2020, President Donald Trump extended two separate bans on certain nonimmigrant and immigrant visas that he instituted in the spring and summer of 2020. Tina Ho has the details.

H-1B prioritization rule. On January 8, 2021, USCIS published in the Federal Register its final H-1B wage prioritization rule. The regulation replaces the visa lottery system with a wage-based process that prioritizes the selection of H-1B applicants with the highest promised salaries. USCIS reasoned that “prioritizing registrations based on wage level within each cap will incentivize H-1B employers to offer higher wages, or to petition for positions requiring higher skills and higher-skilled aliens that are commensurate with higher wage levels, to increase the likelihood of selection and eligibility to file an H-1B cap-subject petition.” The rule goes into effect 60 days after its publication in the Federal Register, but it is likely to be tied up and reviewed by the incoming administration.
EEOC Issues Wellness Proposals. The workplace wellness policy debate that picked up steam in 2014 took another turn this week. On January 7, 2021, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced proposed regulations implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act to address “voluntariness” concerns surrounding workplace wellness programs. In 2017, a federal court ruled that the EEOC’s 2016 wellness regulations did not provide a sufficient explanation to justify its 30 percent wellness program participation incentive cap. Accordingly, this time around, EEOC is proposing—with certain exceptions—that only de minimis incentives be permitted to encourage employee participation in workplace wellness programs. Comments will be due 60 days from the date the proposals are published in the Federal Register.

House Rules. On January 3, 2021, Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was elected to her fourth (and second consecutive) term as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. Pelosi, the only woman to have been elected Speaker of the House, earned 216 votes—two more than the 214 votes she needed to retain the speakership (she needed a majority of the 427 voting members present)—and Congressman Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) received 209 votes. But what if nobody had earned a majority of the votes? Well, then the representatives would have kept voting until someone had received a majority. Multiple balloting to determine the Speaker of the House has happened 14 times, most recently in 1923 when Frederick Gillett (R-MA) finally prevailed with a razor-thin majority on the 9th ballot. But the election of Speaker for the 34th Congress in 1855 holds the record: it took 133 ballots and two months before Nathaniel Banks of Massachusetts was finally elected.

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