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"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
"I tried other environmental training providers, but they were all sub-standard compared to Lion. I will not stray from Lion again!"
"Course instructor was better prepared and presented better than other trainers. Course manual and references were easier to use as well."
Hazardous Waste Professional
"The instructor was energetic and made learning fun compared to dry instructors from other training providers."
International Trade Compliance Manager
"The instructor was very dedicated to providing a quality experience. She did her best to make sure students were really comprehending the information."
Inventory Control Specialist
"This was the 1st instructor that has made the topic actually enjoyable and easy to follow and understand. Far better than the "other" training providers our company has attended!"
Process & Resource Administrator
"Best instructor ever! I was going to take my DOT training w/a different provider, but based on this presentation, I will also be doing my DOT training w/Lion!"
"I attended training from another provider and learned absolutely nothing. Lion is much better. Hands down."
"Lion's course was superior to others I have taken in the past. Very clear in the presentation and the examples helped to explain the content presented."
"The course is well thought out and organized in a way that leads to a clearer understanding of the total training."
Hazmat Shipping Professional
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.