Most Lion courses provide continuing education units (CEUs) to help today's compliance professionals maintain various professional accreditations. If you do not see your association listed here, please check with your association to see what is needed for approval.
Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) —Lion Technology is a Registered Provider (RP) of continuing education training for Registered Environmental Health Specialists (REHS). Many of Lion's most trusted public workshops, online courses, and webinars will now help you maintain your REHS certification.
See the full list of workshops, online courses, and webinars approved for REHS continuing education contact hours.
American Board of Industrial Hygiene — Any Lion workshop, online course, or webinar in an appropriate subject area that includes CEUs and a certificate may be counted towards ABIH continuing education requirements.
National Environmental Health Association —To receive credit for course participation from NEHA, complete the online Continuing Education submission form on NEHA's website or print and mail this PDF version of the submission form.
Institute of Hazardous Materials Management — Any Lion workshop, online course, or webinar in an appropriate subject area (managing hazardous materials risks, regulatory compliance, etc.) that includes CEUs and a certificate may be counted towards IHMM continuing education requirements.
See Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) Recertification Handbook. Note that IHMM no longer pre-approves training courses for CHMM continuing maintenance points.
Board of Certified Safety Professionals — Many Lion courses qualify as “safety-related” for the BCSP. If a Certified Safety Professional determines that a Lion course qualifies, BCSP guidelines indicate that 1 day of training, or 8 CEUs, equals 1 COC maintenance point. Note that the BCSP does not pre-approve continuing education courses.
BCSP awards maintenance credits for the Certified Instructional Trainer (CIT) certification based on NEHA CE contact hours.
New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs) — A number of Lion workshops and online courses are approved for continuing education with the New Jersey Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board (SRPLB).
See the full list of workshops and online courses approved for LSRP credit here.
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Hazmat Shipping Professional
I like Lion's workshops the best because they really dig into the information you need to have when you leave the workshop.
Tom Bush, Jr.
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Safety & Environmental Compliance Officer
The instructor was very engaging and helped less experienced people understand the concepts.
More thorough than a class I attended last year through another company.
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Environmental, Health & Safety Regional Manager
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Registered Environmental Health Specialist
Lion was very extensive. There was a lot of things that were covered that were actually pertaining to what I do and work with. Great Job. I will be coming back in three years!
Hazmat Shipping Professional
Excellent. I learned more in two days with Lion than at a 5-day program I took with another provider.
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