Perform Safe® Announces Next Quick Studies™ Course for Tabletop Exercises

March 19, 2012

Perform Safe® continues to provide improvement for Incident Management Teams in the private sector.

Perform Safe® Announces New Quick Studies™ Course for Tabletop Exercises

November 16, 2011

Perform Safe® provides continuous improvement for Incident Management Teams in the private sector.

Perform Safe, LLC announces ICS Train-the-Trainer for Private Sector

June 10, 2011

HOUSTON, TX ( Perform Safe, LLC announced a new ICS-449 Train-the-Trainer class today for private sector. This proprietary course is the first program of its kind because it has been specifically designed and developed to provide practical and relevant Incident Command System (ICS) training to private sector businesses. Classes are currently scheduled for July and […]

Incident Command System Training Proves Relevant for Private Sector

March 11, 2011

Houston, TX ( Perform Safe, LLC, announced today that it is the recipient of a 2010 IMAP Award in the Getting Compliance Documentation Under Control category for their ICS 300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents course. Perform Safe has seen great success with their ICS (Incident Command System) courses, which have been specifically designed to […]

Mercury found in canned tuna samples

February 11, 2010

High levels of mercury were reportedly found in samples of canned tuna. U.S. ( – High mercury levels have reportedly been found in canned tuna samples from top selling brands. As reported by HealthDay News, the results showed that of over 300 samples tested, 55 percent contained mercury levels that were higher than safety levels […]

Greenhouse gases a threat public health

December 8, 2009

The EPA recently stated that pollutants contributing to climate change can affect public health. Washington, D.C. ( – The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently made an announcement on the potential effects of greenhouse gases on public health, which may prove significant in the implementation of regulations concerning environmental pollution. As reported by the Associated Press […]

Decades of Asbestos Contamination in Montana Town

June 29, 2009

A Montana town is now working on a massive cleanup after decades of asbestos contamination. Mesothelioma Cancer News (Libby, Montana) – After a declaration by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of a public health emergency for the town of Libby, Montana, a massive cleanup is now in the works to repair 70 years of asbestos […]

Lawmaker Seeks Unity in Libby Asbestos Cleanup

May 21, 2009

Senator John Tester is calling for agencies to work together on asbestos cleanup in the small town. Mesothelioma Cancer News (Libby, Montana)– A Montana senator is calling for more agency unity in the cleanup of asbestos in the town of Libby, Montana. As reported by the Missoulian, Senator Jon Tester is seeking closer communication between […]

Chemical Found in Powered Baby Formula

April 5, 2009

Baby formula samples were found to have traces of a chemical used for rocket fuel. Wired PR News – Baby formula samples were found to contain trace amounts of a chemical used in rocket fuel. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a study last […]

Alaska Gold Mine Dispute to be Heard by Supreme Court

January 13, 2009

Supreme Court justices hear arguments regarding waste disposal of gold mine. Wired PR – The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments regarding the issue of a gold mine in Alaska disposing of wastes in a lake close by. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the case may be one that sets a […]

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