Jim Poesl is an environmental health and safety expert with 31 years experience in the environmental health and safety field. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Studies from Richard Stockton College of NJ, and a Masters in Environmental Policy from New Jersey Institute of Technology. He has spent his career in the environmental cleanup, construction, and disaster response field managing risks to both people and the environment.
His experiences include the Anthrax cleanups in NYC, explosive cleanups, and countless environmental emergency responses. He is a board certified Certified Safety Professional, and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, along with credentials from the Department of Labor in Health and Safety. He manages JCP Technical Services and Safety Wars, a regular program on the Safety FM Network along with video channels.
Historian Daniel Friedman discussed Jack the Ripper and how the killings attributed to him may be connected to Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In the first hour, safety expert Jim Poesl gave an update on 30 tons of explosive chemical that disappeared from a train.More »
Author Ernie LaPointe talked about his grandfather, Hunkpapa Lakota chief Sitting Bull, and Native American spirituality and issues. In the first hour, industrial safety expert Jim Poesl will give an update on train derailments and accidents.More »