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What does HMER stand for?
HMER stands for Hazardous Materials Emergency Response (various locations)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of HMER
We have 2 other meanings of HMER in our Acronym Attic
- Harvard Middle Eastern and Islamic Review (journal)
- Hazardous Materials Exposure Information Service (Washington Poison Center; Seattle, WA)
- Heavy Motor Equipment Operator (state classification)
- Hull, Mechanical, Electrical, Ordnance & Electronic
- Hazardous Materials Emergency Plan
- Hazardous Materials Emergency Planning
- Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (US DoT)
- Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme (UK)
- Houston Municipal Employees Pension System (Texas)
- Hackensack Meadowlands Ecosystem Restoration (Water Resources Development Act; New Jersey)
- Hull Mechanical Electrical Readiness Assessment
- Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Plan
- Harbour Marine Engineering Services (UK)
- Hepatic Microsomal Enzyme System
- Homicide and Major Enquiry Team (West Yorkshire, England, UK)
- Hutt Mana Energy Trust (New Zealand)
- Hak Memesan Efek Terlebih Dahulu (Indonesian: Rights Issue)
- Hepatic Microsomal Electron Transport System
- Hungarian Ministry of Environment and Water
- H. Martin Foundation
Samples in periodicals archive:
The bill--which was approved by the state House of Representatives in March and went through a Senate hearing earlier in April in Concord--would impose fees as high as $1,000 to fund, through the state Department of Safety, a hazardous materials emergency response team, which is about to lose its federal funding.
In 1987, his work took him to Pueblo where he developed a highway emergency response course for the Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Training Center.
Title III of SARA is intended to improve the overall preparedness of communities throughout the Nation by encouraging the development of comprehensive hazardous materials emergency response plans.