Build Resiliency with UT CIS Safety Training Programs

Natural disasters, such as the recent tornado and flood activity in our part of the country, can cause significant disruption to your facility operations and increase the number of safety risks your facility's personnel encounter.  UT CIS can provide safety training programs for employees and managers at your facility to keep workers - and even first responders - safe.

Walter Idol and Chuck Gluck are your UT CIS highly-trained consultants with decades of experience in emergency response and hazardous materials management. They can work with your team to identify training programs that will help your facility develop a business continuity plan, which will help improve resiliency in the event of a natural disaster. Our training programs include:

  • Emergency Building and Shoring
  • Emergency Salvage (Loss Minimization)
  • Machinery Rescue
  • Crisis Communication Training
  • Hazardous Materials Handling and Disposal

Contact Walter Idol or Chuck Gluck today to learn more about how UT CIS training programs can positively impact your facility and organization. 

Meet the Experts

WALTER IDOL / Emergency Response Expert

Walter Idol is a Program Manager and Safety Consultant at UT CIS, for which he manages the Emergency Preparedness Program. His tasks include developing and delivering safety and emergency response training programs and audits to manufacturers, first responders, public works, and healthcare organizations. As an OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer, he specializes in training responders for confined spaces, trench and structural collapse, and machinery rescue in compliance with OSHA regulations.

Idol’s background consists of 40 years in emergency response with additional experience in Company Officer and Chief of Department roles. He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree and is a Licensed Paramedic. Contact Walter

CHUCK GLUCK / Hazardous Waste Operator Worker (HAZWOPER) Expert

Chuck Gluck is a Safety Consultant at UT CIS. Gluck assists industries with all phases of occupational safety training and inspection, including generating and interpreting fire and OSHA codes for emergency responders. He provides instruction for OSHA General Industry Outreach, 40-Hour HAZWOPER, 16-Hour DOT, and refresher training programs.

Gluck holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Safety management and ICS, 100, 200, 30, 400, 700, and 800 certifications. He has served as a professional firefighter for 37 years and Fire Life Safety Consultant for 25 years. His other roles include Hazardous Materials Specialist and Incident Commander. Contact Chuck

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