Lion Technology is a Registered Provider (RP) of continuing education training for California Department of Public Health Registered Environmental Health Specialists (REHS). Choose a course below to help maintain your REHS certification.
Important: To award REHS continuing education (CE) credit, NEHA requires your training provider (i.e., Lion Technology Inc.) to provide details about the course completed and issue a specific certificate of completion. If you take a Lion course as part of your REHS continuing education, please contact us at info@Lion.com when you complete the course so that we can document your training with NEHA and provide you with your NEHA certificate.
Note: Many of our courses are available in multiple learning formats; in-person workshops, online courses, and live webinars. When a course is available in multiple formats, all formats are approved for REHS continuing education.
"Energetic/enthusiastic! Made training enjoyable, understandable and fun!"
Hazardous Waste Professional
"Excellent class, super instructor, very easy to follow. No rushing through material. Would like to take his class again."
EH&S Facility Maintenance & Security Manager
"The course was very informative and presented in a way that was easily understood and remembered. I would recommend this course."
Hazmat Shipping Professional
"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."
"Convenient; I can train when I want, where I want."
"The instructor created a great learning environment."
CAD & Environmental Manager
"Lion's information is very thorough and accurate. Presenter was very good."
"I chose Lion's online webinar because it is simple, effective, and easily accessible. "
Environmental Health & Safety Technician
"Lion is at the top of the industry in compliance training. Course content and structure are updated frequently to make annual re-training enjoyable. I like that Lion has experts that I can contact for 1 year after the training."
"The instructor was very engaging and helped less experienced people understand the concepts."
Your hazmat paperwork is the first thing a DOT inspector will ask for during an inspection. From hazmat training records to special permits, make sure your hazmat documents are in order.