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By Compliance Solutions, Inc.
For Registrations, Contact: Victor Ferrer at (800) 711-2706 ext 326. This course meets all the federal requirements for Training under 29 CFR 1910.120(e) - HAZWOPER (40, 24, 16 & 8 Hour).
By B.F. Environmental Consultants Inc
Safety Training Courses - These are accepted training courses taught by an authorized trainer. B.F. Environmental Consultants is facilitating online training courses to meet the Oil and Gas and general industry training requirements.
By William Perry
The number of hazardous material accidents in American workplaces dropped substantially between 2008 and 2009. The compelling question is why. And is this drop a trend or an aberration?
By George Guidarelli
Hygieneering, Inc. signed a contract to assist a large US food manufacturer with safety and health consulting services that include (PSM) Process Safety Management and HAZWOPER- Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response training services.
By SAFETY GUIDANCE SPECIALISTS INC.
Safety Guidance Specialists Inc. Celebrates 10 years in Business and launches a new blog on safety training and compliance.
By Thomas Gorham
Why many companies offering OSHA required HAZWOPER training should be scrutinized carefully, and should be asked pertinent questions before you decide to use their services. Many of these companies are doing it wrong, and YOU will pay the price!
SafetyOnlineNetwork.com offers web-based course in disaster clean-up
By Dustin Marshman
The BP oil spill is quickly becoming one of the worst oil spills in history. In an attempt to aid in the cleanup efforts. Easy Safety School has discounted all online HAZWOPER training for cleanup volunteers.
By Business Chasers
J&M Safety, an online safety training website which launched October 1, 2009, offers OSHA and other Safety and compliance training at very competitive prices. J&M Safety caters to both individual students as well as large corporations.
By B.F. Environmental Consultants
This course was designed as a cost-effective way for contractors to train workers that are working with or removing asbestos. During this course, the student will learn the OSHA requirements that regulate the industry.
By Environmental Resource Center
Hazmat Training Comes to Louisville Jan. 13 - 15, 2009