Mr. Ron Snyder, MEd., CSP, CET, CIT, serves as the Director for Environmental Health and Safety Training for the National Partnership for Environmental Technology Education (PETE). Recognized as an expert in emergency response and environmental health and safety, Mr. Snyder designs, coordinates and delivers programs across the nation to state and local governments, military Civil Support Teams, as well as to public and industrial sector first responders. He has developed national training programs for the Department of Homeland Security that focus on response to foreign animal disease outbreaks through either natural events or terrorist events, Disaster Response, and Mass Fatalities and Mass Casualties for Rural Communities.
Ron played a significant role in the development of the OSHA Disaster Site Worker program modeled after his curriculum designed for response to CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, energetic/explosives) terrorist events.
Ron has a master’s degree in adult education, is a Certified Safety Professional, Certified Environmental Trainer, an authorized instructor for all OSHA and MSHA training programs, an authorized instructor in FEMA Incident Command/NIMS and an authorized instructor for the Department of Justice Weapons of Mass Destruction program.
Dive into this episode where we discuss disaster workers. Preparedness is key to surviving. Learn how to survive and prepare for a disaster event. We talk about all the different hazards presented in a disaster. Be sure you are aware of these and learn how to stay safe during this time.
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