COLLEGE STATION - The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) a half-million dollar grant to provide instructor training to reduce shipping incidents involving undeclared hazardous materials. The goal is to protect the health and safety of employees and carrier operators, as well as to protect public health and …

COLLEGE STATION - There's nothing computer programmers like better than a challenge. And that's exactly what Tony Alotto offered TEEX's Knowledge Engineering Center when he met with the team in December 2014.

A looming federal deadline was approaching for changes to OSHA Outreach cards issued for students and trainers. It was going to require …

Water, TEEX, COLLEGE STATION - When it comes to water, even a short, temporary disruption of service can create major problems. When problems happen with water system pumps, the heart of a water system, or when routine maintenance is needed, the focus is getting the system back online …

I didn’t get to say thank you before I left class so I wanted to take a moment and say thank you. Your class was excellent and I really appreciate the effort that you put into it. The material presented was effectively put together to ensure that we got the most out of it. I could really tell that you enjoy what you do. I have been training for quite some time and can tell that your passion is extremely high.

— Ryan Taylor, Student, Witt
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