Compliance Archives - January 2013
1/29/2013Any person who produces hazardous waste or causes hazardous waste to become subject to regulation is a generator of hazardous waste. Waste can be produced by industrial processes or through recycling and waste treatment. Wastes can become subject to regulation without actually being produced through the closure of a process or facility or the cleanup...
1/8/2013EHS managers nationwide have just three more weeks to complete and post their organizations’ annual OSHA 300-A Summary Forms. Formally known as the Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, this form must be completed no later than February 1 and posted in...
Very witty instructor, made the long times sitting bearable. One of the few training courses I can say I actually enjoyed.
Senior EHS Engineer
The instructor did an excellent job presenting a very dry subject; keeping everyone interested and making it enjoyable.
Hazardous Waste Professional
I used the IT support number available and my issue was resolved within a few minutes. I don't see anything that could have made it better.
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
Convenient; I can train when I want, where I want.
Hazmat Shipping Professional
The instructor's energy, enthusiasm, and knowledge of the subject make the class a great learning experience!
More thorough than a class I attended last year through another company.
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Registered Environmental Health Specialist
Excellent course. Very interactive. Explanations are great whether you get the questions wrong or right.
Environmental, Health & Safety Regional Manager
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
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