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7/25/2020Rhode Island recently added a new COVID-19 training requirement to its Safe Activities By Covered Entities During the COVID-19 Emergency standards. Under this new requirement, all employees must be trained “to follow the standards and requirement in the Safe Activities standards.
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I have over 26 years of environmental compliance experience, and it has been some time since I have attended an environmental regulations workshop. I attended this course as preparation for EHS Audits for my six plants, and it was exactly what I was looking for.
Director of Regulatory Affairs
The instructor clearly enjoys his job and transmits that enthusiasm. He made a dry subject very interesting and fun.
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!
Hazardous Waste Professional
The workshop covered a lot of information without being too overwhelming. Lion is much better, more comprehensive than other training providers.
The instructor does a great job at presenting material in an approachable way. I have been able to save my company about $30,000 in the last year with what I have learned from Lion!
Given the choice, I would do all coursework this way. In-person courses go very fast without the opportunity to pause or repeat anything.
Chemical Laboratory Manager
I can't say enough how pleased I was with this course! Everything finally makes sense.
These are the best classes I attend each year. I always take something away and implement improvements at my sites.
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 course instructor I've ever had. Funny, relatable, engaging; made it interesting and challenged us as the professionals we are.
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