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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.

Why Over200,000 Industry Pros Choose Lion
 
  • Leaders in hazmat, hazardous waste, and safety training since 1977
  • Dynamic instructors who simplify complex compliance topics and make learning fun
  • Trusted workshops, online courses, and live webinars to fit any schedule or learning style 
  • Course content updated year-round to cover new & changing regulations
  • Comprehensive resources and ongoing support to inform on-the-job decision making
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WHO NEEDS DOT HAZMAT TRAINING?

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. Recurrent hazmat training is required once at least every three years (49 CFR 172.704). 
 

March 21

EPA Enforcement Roundup: Week of 3/21
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Coast Guard Issues Lithium Battery Safety Alert
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March 14

EPA Enforcement Roundup: Week of 3/14
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March 08

Chicago Hazmat & RCRA Training Starts April 4
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April 25

EPA Enforcement Roundup: Week of 4/25
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April 25

CERCLA Hazardous Substance List Now Includes 1-bromopropane
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PHMSA to Host Lithium Battery Safety Advisory Committee Meeting
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"Course instructor was better prepared and presented better than other trainers. Course manual and references were easier to use as well."

Marty Brownfield

Hazardous Waste Professional

"The instructor was great, explaining complex topics in terms that were easily understandable and answering questions clearly and thoroughly."

Brittany Holm

Lab Supervisor

"Lion is my preferred trainer for hazmat and DOT."

Jim Jani

Environmental Coordinator

"I have attended other training providers, but Lion is best. Lion is king of the hazmat jungle!!!"

Henry Watkins

Hazardous Waste Technician

"The instructor was very knowledgeable and provided pertinent information above and beyond the questions that were asked. "

Johnny Barton

Logistics Coordinator

"Very good. I have always appreciated the way Lion Tech develops, presents and provides training and materials."

John Troy

Environmental Specialist

"Excellent job. Made what is very dry material interesting. Thoroughly explained all topics in easy-to-understand terms."

David Hertvik

Vice President

"I really enjoy your workshops. Thank you for such a great program and all the help Lion has provided me over the years!"

George Chatman

Hazardous Material Pharmacy Technician

"If I need thorough training or updating, I always use Lion. Lion is always the best in both instruction and materials."

Bryce Parker

EHS Manager

"Lion provided an excellent introduction to environmental regulations, making the transition to a new career as an EHS specialist less daunting of a task. Drinking from a fire hose when the flow of water is lessened, is much more enjoyable!"

Stephanie Weathers

SHE Specialist

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To record or not to record? That is the question when an employee gets sick or injured at work. In most cases, injuries that occur at work are work-related and must be recorded to maintain compliance with OSHA regulation. That said, OSHA provides nine specific exceptions to this general rule.

9 Exceptions to OSHA Injury Reporting

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