9/21/2023With its list of forty-six hazardous materials topics to consider, PHMSA's July 5 request for comments offers something for just about everyone—including shippers of aerosols, lithium batteries, ethyl alcohol, IBCs, or hazmat limited quantities.
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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 probably the best I ever had! He made the class enjoyable, was humorous at times, and very knowledgeable.
Mary Sue Michon
Having the tutorial buttons for additional information was extremely beneficial.
I think LION does an excellent job of any training they do. Materials provided are very useful to my day-to-day work activities.
Lion's information is very thorough and accurate. Presenter was very good.
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
The online course was well thought out and organized, with good interaction between the student and the course.
Material Release Agent
I tried other environmental training providers, but they were all sub-standard compared to Lion. I will not stray from Lion again!
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
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
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