Cheryl Cross
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  • Hermosa Beach, CA
  • United States
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Cheryl has a passion for first responder safety. She is a former member of the Southern California Emergency Services and Injury Control caucus for the American Public Health Association where she co- designed and developed internal health and awareness programs for one of the largest fire departments in the state of California. Her role as Director of Sales enables her to work with potential customers on fulfilling their training device needs with a variety of HazSim products and services. Cheryl’s territory expands to all industries, including Fire, Police, Chem/Rail/Transport, Military, and Industrial. Along with serving multiple public agencies as a public health and safety consultant for the past 10+ years, she has extensive sales experience and an understanding of most HSE and training environment’s. She is eager to help you create a system for your municipality, agency or company. Call or text at 310-303-9328 or email
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Heads up! HazMat in Scottsdale Arizona

Posted on October 8, 2015 at 1:03pm 0 Comments

Scottsdale AZ – Interesting call worth sharing to keep everyone safe.  Jeff Zientek, HazMat Captain and author of the very easy to use HazMat Field Operations Guide  shared the following information. The dispatch was for a hazardous situation and this is what the Engine Company found. - See…


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