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You can take your studying anywhere and have fun with the CHMM Quiz Game app for Android, iPhone, and iPad. This app is a fun study tool designed to help HazMat experts prepare for the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management's (IHMM) Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) exam. Test your knowledge with short quizzes and find out if you are a HazMat Genius or if you need to keep studying.
We have updated our FREE Quiz Game apps to include more questions, more features, and direct links to the solutions in the Bowen EHS® Member Center. These free apps are designed to help you prepare for your ASP, CSP, CIH and now the CHMM certification exams with short quizzes taken on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device.
Each quiz contains 10 random questions sourced from the Bowen EHS® Free Study Question Program. Instantly see the correct choice(s) after each answer. Review all questions after each game and access the full solution via direct links (Bowen EHS® Premium Membership access required).
What's New in Version 2.0.0
- New - user interface
- New - Automatic question updates (requires internet connection)
- New - Text resizing
- New - Direct links to full solutions (requires internet connection and Bowen EHS Member Center Premium Membership)
- Improved - Audio controls
Search for Bowen Learning, ASP-CSP Quiz Game, CIH Quiz Game, or CHMM Quiz Game. Learn more about our apps here: Bowen EHS® Quiz Games.
Available for Android phones and tablets, iPad, and iPhone.
Join us in July for two new LIVE webinars. Find out why nobody expects heavy metals in their chocolate or how to identify hazards associated with working in potential H2S environments. Earn credit to sit for your certification exam or to maintain your EHS certification. A Bowen EHS® Premium Membership is required to attend/view webinars. Course participants who have Premium Member access are considered Premium Members.
Mr. Shamsipour has over 15 years of experience which cover the four pillars of Compliance: Safety, Environmental, Risk Management, and Industrial Hygiene. Mr. Shamsipour’s professional experience expands many industries: Municipalities, Light & Heavy MFG, Petroleum, Airlines, and Consulting to name a few. Right out of college, he started his professional life as the Facilities Engineer and the EHS Manager in a foundry.
Currently, Mr. Shamsipour is a Regional EHS&T Manager for Synagro Technologies and is responsible for coaching, developing and mentoring of their line supervisors and middle managers in all of their locations in North America. Mr. Shamsipour has also conducted training sessions on a variety of EHS, Risk and Industrial Hygiene subject matters for both Caterpillar and Wisconsin Safety Council.
Josh is the Director of HS&E, Field Services for Express Energy Services. His experience in HS&E encompasses 25 years in varying industries including Petro-Chem, Manufacturing and Oil and Gas. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University who has dedicated his career to protecting the health and wellbeing of his fellow workers.
This webinar will provide attendees with the basic knowledge necessary to identify hazards associated with working in potential H2S environments, the common methods of detection, signs and symptoms of exposure at benchmark concentrations, and appropriate control measures to be taken to reduce the risk of illness or death.
Join us LIVE on July 22, 2015 at 2:00 pm ET.
This webinar is a 1 hour lecture and 30 minutes of Q&A.
Nobody expects heavy metals in their chocolate! We will discuss the source and the rationale for this statement and how it relates to toxicology. Heavy metals have the well-earned reputation for being carcinogens and reproductive toxins. This webinar will expose you to a small segment of the toxicological landscape; heavy metals. While navigating this toxicological landscape, we will first briefly explore the history of toxicology. Secondly, we will discuss what makes a metal a heavy metal in the first place. Thirdly, we will discuss the toxicological mechanisms by which the body detoxes itself after exposure to chemicals. This process is called biotransformation and, conversely, bioactivation. Finally, we will discuss the toxicology behind the opening statement above and explore a few case histories of the effects of heavy metal exposure on the human organism.
Join us LIVE on July 15, 2015 at 2:00 pm ET.
This webinar is a 1 hour lecture and 30 minutes of Q&A.
Marlon Trigg started his career after college as a coatings and surface chemist. Mr. Trigg entered the field of safety and environment over 20 years ago and has worked in both consulting and manufacturing. In consulting, Mr. Trigg worked on petroleum management planning, site safety planning, asbestos testing and lead risk assessment as well as conducting environmental due-diligence projects for various clients. In manufacturing, Mr. Trigg worked as an Environmental Safety and Health manager in the stained and the container glass industries and the wire manufacturing industry. Mr. Trigg's experience in toxicology started back in the 1990s when he started a biological monitoring program for a glass manufacturer. The manufacturer used a variety of heavy metals as colorants in glass formulations.
Do you need additional high-quality practice problems to help you prepare for the CHMM exam? Consider our NEW 3-Volume packages of the Bowen EHS® CHMM Exam Practice Problems workbooks. Available in both hard copy and download versions. These workbooks are the perfect supplement to your preparation for the Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) certification exam. Each volume is comprised of 50 questions originally emailed from our free study question program. Solutions and explanations to all questions are provided in the back of each book.
Hard-Copy 3-Volume Set is only $54.95.
eWorkbook 3- Volume Set is only $35.95.
Purchase through the Bowen Learning Network Bookstore >>>