BENNER'S
GENERAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS BEHAVIOR MODEL

Presented at
INTERNATIONAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
RESPONSE TEAMS CONFERENCE
JUNE 8, 2001, TOWSON, MARYLAND

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Table of Contents

Title slide
Topics for Today
Introductions
ěLearning these ideas calls for thoughtful
   study on your part.î

Part 1 - the Model
What the heck is a GEBMO and who invented it?
Benner's Archives
Summary Of Bennerís Conclusions
Predicting HazMat Behavior (The Better Way)
Every emergency has an outcome.
Stages of HazMat Emergency
The GEBMO Model
The GEBMO Model
Applying GEBMO To Risk Assessment
Applying GEBMO To Risk Assessment
Applying GEBMO To Risk Assessment
Applying GEBMO To Risk Assessment
Applying GEBMO To Risk Assessment
Applying GEBMO To Risk Assessment
Apply GEBMO To These Incidents
Apply GEBMO To These Incidents
Part 2 - Applying GEBMO
Believe it or not
Dunreith
Laurel
Crete
Crescent City
Crescent City 2
Crescent City 3
Crescent City 4
Houston
Houston 2
Houston 3
Benson
Benson 2
Oneonta
Oneonta 2
Decatur
Wenatchee
Houston II
Glen Ellen
Houston III
PHouston III-2
Houston III-3
GEBMO ANALYSIS OF HOUSTON
Houston III-4
Houston III-5
Houston III-6
Pensacola
Youngstown
Waverly
Waverly-2
Waverly-3
Waverly-4
Waverly-5
GEBMO ANALYSIS OF WAVERLY
Waverly-6
Waverly-7
SUMMARY
History lesson
Guess what. . .
Nobody has been killed, so-

Authors:

Michael S. Hildebrand CSP
Hildebrand and Noll Associates
Port Republic, MD
 

Ludwig Benner, Jr. PE,
Oakton, VA

Email authors:
hildebrand@chesapeake.net
luben@starlinesw.com

Home Page:
http://www.starlinesw.com/lbjr/

Updated Sunday, March 7, 2004