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Simplify 49 CFR, IATA DGR, and IMDG Code hazmat shipping by ground, air, and vessel.

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Meet annual EPA & State hazardous waste training mandates and learn new RCRA rules.

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Initial and refresher training for site cleanup personnel and emergency responders.

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Protect workers and prevent on-the-job injuries with effective OSHA safety training.

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Confidently navigate the EPA air, water, and chemical programs that affect your job.

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  • Leaders in hazmat and safety compliance learning for over forty years
  • Dynamic, expert instructors who keep training interesting and fun
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A well-prepared, confident workforce is the key to compliance with the environmental, hazardous materials, and safety regulations that impact your facility. Set your team up for success with engaging online courses that cover what workers need to know to protect themselves and keep your site in compliance.  

We make it simple for managers to enroll a group, monitor progress, get support, and download certificates.

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US DOT requires hazmat training for all employees who can affect the safety of hazardous materials in transportation, called "hazmat employees." DOT hazmat training must cover specific topics laid out in the 49 CFR Hazardous Materials Regulations or HMR, and recurrent hazmat training is required once every three years. (49 CFR 172.704)

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The 2021 EH&S Quiz Gauntlet
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DOJ Sounds Warning on Environmental Enforcement
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Post-Holiday EH&S Wrap-up Blog
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Major RCRA Updates Coming to Texas in 2021–22
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New Year's Weekend EH&S News Wrap Up
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In Effect Now: 2022 IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations
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"I have over 26 years of environmental compliance experience, and it has been some time since I have attended an environmental regulations workshop. I attended this course as preparation for EHS Audits for my six plants, and it was exactly what I was looking for."

Frank Sizemore

Director of Regulatory Affairs

"The course was very informative and presented in a way that was easily understood and remembered. I would recommend this course."

Jeffrey Tierno

Hazmat Shipping Professional

"The instructor was probably the best I ever had! He made the class enjoyable, was humorous at times, and very knowledgeable."

Mary Sue Michon

Environmental Administrator

"The instructor was very engaging and helped less experienced people understand the concepts."

Steve Gall

Safety Leader

"The instructor was energetic and made learning fun compared to dry instructors from other training providers."

Andy D’Amato

International Trade Compliance Manager

"Very well structured, comprehensive, and comparable to live training seminars I've participated in previously. I will recommend the online course to other colleagues with training requirement needs."

Neil Luciano

EHS Manager

"I had a positive experience utilizing this educational program. It was very informative, convenient, and rewarding from a career perspective."

John Gratacos

Logistics Manager

"The instructor made the class enjoyable. He presented in a very knowledgeable, personable manner. Best class I've ever attended. Will take one again."

John Nekoloff

Environmental Compliance Manager

"Lion courses always set the bar for content, reference, and practical application. Membership and access to the experts is an added bonus."

John Brown, CSP

Director of Safety & Env Affairs

"Far superior in terms of detail and instructional/support materials. The depth of instructor knowledge is always beyond any other training I have participated in."

Linda Arlen

Safety & Environmental Compliance Officer

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Nobody likes to be rejected. When a receiving facility cannot accept a shipment of hazardous waste, the RCRA regulations lay out a specific procedure that must be followed. This guide covers what happens when a hazardous waste shipment gets rejected. Knowing what to expect will limit uncertainty and confusion, giving you more confidence to ship hazardous waste for proper treatment and disposal.

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