IHS ON-SITE SUPPORT PERSONNEL (Computer Technicians). Challenges. What are some of the Challenges you face in running HMMS? Understanding HMMS Increased work load on existing manpower Entering/maintaining the data Training new users …. Challenges.
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“My CT at Eglin AFB, FL, is an integral part of our Hazmat Cell Team. She has learned not only how to load MSDS’s, which at one time was all they were supposed to do, but she has the knowledge base to answer any and all questions about our Hazmat Program. She goes into the field and does audits on our Issue Points, and does training when required. She is competent to run the day-to-day business operations of this office when others may be absent. She is competent, and looked to as an expert on HMMS. Having worked in this office for almost eight years, her dedication, loyalty, and trust are her best attributes. With only three personnel assigned to this office, losing her would be like losing an arm, or leg.”
Thomas O. Prier
HazMat Program Manager
Eglin AFB, FL
“I'm sure every other Program Manager out there will say this. My CT is the program hub. Her ability to take care of business, keep the data input up to speed, train the users and troubleshoot the problems allows me, the program manager, the ability to work the non-computer related issues having to do with running a HazMat Cell and the Hazardous Materials Management Process Team (HMMPT). Her ability to learn chemicals and their placement in our system allows her to make decisions without consultation.”
Hazardous Materials & Solid Waste Program Manager
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