This page provides links to sites of interest to environmental and safety professionals. We hope that this is useful for you and if you have a favorite site which is not listed here or to please report dead links, please send its url to: email@example.com. (Since these linked sites are not under our control, MI-AHMP is NOT responsible for their usefulness or accuracy.)
For details about obtaining a credential in the hazardous materials management, dangerous goods transportation, environmental protection, or health and safety fields, visit the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management (IHMM).
As the premier association devoted to the professional advancement of the hazardous materials management field, visit: Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals™ (AHMP).
The federal government provides one stop shopping for government information, at usa.gov. This allows both browsing and a search of federal and state government information.
For federal regulations, MI-AHMP recommends e-cfr.gov. This is updated daily. In addition, pending changes are flagged with a link to the “Federal Register” citation. It is also searchable. DON’T DEPEND ON THE BOUND VOLUMES. They’re more than 6 months old by the time they’re available.
For information on virtually any regulated substance go to the EPA’s Substance Registry System.
For information on EPA compliance, go to the EPA’s Enforcement and Compliance History Online.
The Michigan Guide to Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations provides a comprehensive overview of Michigan and federal environmental, health, and safety regulations.
The RCRA Orientation Manual – 2008 edition provides an introduction to these complex regulations.
The “WISER” (Wireless Information System For Emergency Responders) software provides a link to information on a wide range of hazardous substances. This can be downloaded at:
If you can’t get away from the office to attend training, consider these online training modules.
OSHA Safety Training – Scott Selasky, a former Chapter member, maintains this website with an excellent selection of courses.
OSHA Hazcom Training – These are useful for “right to know” training.
FEMA Training – FEMA offers a variety of training modules for emergency responders.
EPA – ERT Virtual University
Case Studies Environmental Medicine – The Case Studies in Environmental Medicine (CSEM) are a series of self-instructional courses designed to increase the primary care provider’s knowledge of hazardous substances in the environment and to aid in the evaluation of potentially exposed patients. Continuing medical education (CME) for physicians, continuing nursing education (CNE) for nurses, continuing education units (CEU) for other professionals, and continuing education contact hours (CECH) for certified health education specialists (CHES) are offered in support of this series.
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) offers an excellent series of workshops on environmental topics. These are available at a nominal cost. For an up-to-date schedule and registration information, click here.
(Commercial software links are provided for your convenience. No product endorsement is implied.)
EZ Hazmat provides software for DOT compliance when shipping hazmat by highway. www.ezhazmat.com
If you need a Safety Data Sheet, check out SDS Online at https://chemicalsafety.com/sds-search/.
The Campus Environmental Information Resource Center (campusERC) provides information useful for achieving environmental compliance at a college or university. Go to: www.campuserc.org