The Essentials of Hazardous Materials Management
The RMC-CHMM actively supports environmental professionals in Colorado and Wyoming by providing environmental training and professional development opportunities. The RMC has held numerous Essentials of Hazardous Materials Management (EHMM) courses along the Colorado Front Range in Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver. The EHMM is the premier review course for the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management (IHMM) 1) Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM), and 2) Certified Hazardous Materials Practitioner (CHMP) certifying examination.
The 2017 EHMM course will be held April 24, 25, and 26, 2017
Location: LT Environmental, Inc., 4600 W. 60th Avenue, Arvada, CO 80003
(Please do not contact LT Environmental for information about the course, see contact below);
Cost $695; includes annual 8 hr HAZWOPER Certification.
Download the 2017 RMC EHMM Registration Form.
Past RMC EHMM Courses
- LT Environmental, Arvada, CO 2016
- Weston Solutions, Lakewood, CO, 2013, 2014, 2015
- Red Rocks Community College, Lakewood, CO, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2006, 2002
- EPA Region 8 Office, Denver CO, 2008
- Pueblo Community College, Pueblo, CO, 2007
- Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO 2003
The Value of the CHMM Certification
Douglas J. Schlagel, P.E., CHMM, RMC Past President
As CHMMs, we recognize the importance of certifying our profession. We acquired the CHMM certification to demonstrate our technical knowledge, to represent our ethical standards, and to signify our dedication to a reputable professional body. CHMMs encompass a wide variety of professions.
H. Thomas Brown II, ACHMM Government Affairs Committee Chair, described this relationship in his article, Defining Our Niche, as follows:
"The CHMM additively complements all of the other professional designations by providing multi-disciplinary scientific specialty expertise wherever hazardous materials may be or are anticipated to be an issue. We would hope that our recommendations are also given due consideration when other professionals are involved in multi-faceted projects. Ideally, the various specialists work together to develop a viable and responsible solution. When the workplace demands that Environmental, Safety, and Health professionals take on more and varying responsibilities, the best qualified individuals are likely to be those who hold several of the recognized credentials, including the CHMM."
RMC-CHMM supports the AHMP by promoting our certification and value to the hazardous materials profession, while understanding the necessity for complimentary skills and related certifications as a whole.