Responsible for identifying, removal, packing, transporting, or dispose of hazardous materials, including asbestos, lead-based paint, waste oil, fuel, transmission fluid, radioactive materials, or contaminated soil. Coordinating with the base environmental office to develop and implement a waste disposal program, also trained personnel on the proper method of disposing of hazardous medical waste, ensured strict compliance, resulting in zero mishaps, injuries, or other discrepancies. Packed and certified over 50 hazardous shipments for ground transportation; skillful preparation resulted in zero leakage or safety mishaps.
Organized and supervised three instructors
and testing drivers on safe driving techniques, preventive maintenance, documentation, and the loading and
securing of cargo, environmental laws and regulations, civil
laws and military regulations governing the operation of individual motor
vehicles and Standardization agreements affecting motor vehicle
operations. Maintained a file of unit accident reports and recorded safe
driving mileage accumulated by unit drivers and advises the company commander
of personnel eligible for safe driving awards.
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