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Safety Consultant Recognized for Managing Hazardous Materials

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Safety Consultant Recognized for Managing Hazardous Materials

Lafayette, Colo. – November 12, 2020 – On the heels of receiving the 2020 Business Assistance Providers Environmental Leadership Award, KPA EHS consultant Glorianna L. Corman, REM, CHMM, CSP, has earned three more industry honors.

The honors include the Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals’ (AHMP) Hazardous Materials Professional of the Year Award and the Distinguished Service Recognition Award, as well as Distinguished Chapter Recognition for the AHMP’s Central Ohio Certified Hazardous Materials Managers Chapter, of which Ms. Corman serves as President. The first two awards salute an individual, while the third commends a local chapter of the organization.

Ms. Corman, a KPA Senior Risk Management Consultant, was selected for the individual awards for her “myriad of efforts” in EHS, according to Charles W.L. (“Chip”) Deale, FASAE, CAE, AHMP Executive Director. Mr. Deale also praised Ms. Corman’s leadership of the Central Ohio Chapter, commenting that “[i]n achieving its results, Central Ohio has established itself as a model for other AHMP chapters!”

A Year of EHS Industry Recognitions

The Hazardous Materials Professional of the Year Award given to an AHMP Professional Member in recognition of that member’s “extraordinary technical, professional, educational, training, and/or administrative contributions to the EHS&S field and to AHMP and/or its chapters” in the calendar year prior to when the award is presented.

The Distinguished Service Recognition Award honors AHMP members who achieve at least seven criteria, such as making a hazardous materials presentation or publishing a paper on a hazardous materials management topic, within the previous calendar year. The full list of the AHMP’s criteria for the award can be found here.

Finally, the Distinguished Chapter Recognition is awarded to a chapter of the AHMP that has made outstanding achievements in the previous calendar year.  You can visit the Central Ohio Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (COCHMM) website here (

The recent AHMP selections aren’t the first EHS industry honors for Ms. Corman in 2020. In July, she was chosen for the 2020 Business Assistance Providers Environmental Leadership Award by the National Steering Committee (NSC) of Small Business Environmental Assistance Programs (SBEAPs) & Small Business Ombudsmen (SBO’s).

“Glorianna has demonstrated extraordinary leadership and expertise, as well as an unwavering commitment to excellence in EHS,” said Zach Pucillo, CSP, CHMM, KPA District Supervisor. “Here at KPA, she goes above and beyond for our customers every day. We’re immensely proud of her accomplishments and very fortunate to count her as a member of our team.”

Exceptional Safety Consulting

At KPA, Ms. Corman is part of the environment, health, and safety (EHS) team of risk management consultants who analyze workplace conditions and workforce safety programs, conduct on-site EHS compliance training and safety committee meetings, and assist with the management, tracking, and reporting of EHS issues. Ms. Corman says the key to her success is

“remaining diligent about ongoing regulatory updates and industry changes and responding swiftly to keep clients ahead of potential issues—thinking proactively rather than reactively.”

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About KPA

KPA provides Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), and Workforce Compliance software and services for mid-sized businesses. KPA solutions help clients identify, remedy, and prevent workplace safety and compliance problems across their entire enterprise. The combination of KPA’s Vera Suite platform, EHS consulting services, and award-winning training content helps organizations minimize risk so they can focus on what’s important—their core business. For over 30 years, KPA has helped 10,000 + clients achieve regulatory compliance, protect assets, and retain top talent.

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