Special Report: What We Have Learned From The Oil Spills

The Gulf Oil Spill has taught us that a spill is not a singular event but a series of poor decisions; lax regulatory enforcement or maintenance;a lack of qualified/well-trained people and bottom line thinking. One question that I have been asked about this situation is “What have we learned that can help combat future oil spills” . Here are some of the things we have learned from the oil spill.

America has received “crash” courses in petroleum


Special Report: The Long Term Oil Spill Jobs Come Into View

Once the oil well is fully capped and the relief well is in production, we should expect a major ramp up of clean up operations to begin. When I say “major” I mean that I expect more people and equipment to get involved in the clean up process to get the spill cleaned up as quickly and thoroughly as possible. Once the cleanup has stopped, the “shovel based” cleanup jobs will wind down and the restoration and monitoring focused jobs will start appearing. These jobs will go forward for a long time and may require people with specialized skills. Let me explain further.

Job Alert:Project Manager,Asbestos/Mold Remediation-Atlanta

Hinton Human Capital, an emerging leader in Climate Change, Environmental and Infrastructure markets is currently seeking an experienced Asbestos/Mold Remediation Project Manage

Job Alert:Oil Spill Cleanup Jobs in New Orleans, Louisiana – TRADESMEN INTERNATIONAL

Hinton Human Capital has joined the effort to refer all who are interested in Oil Spill cleanup jobs to the appropriate places. Here is a posting from Tradesman International, a company who is hiring cleanup workers.

Q&A: Are Oil Spill and Other Disaster Recovery Related Jobs Green?

Are Hazmat jobs considered green jobs? Who hires people with hazmat backgrounds? Let’s find out