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Lion makes it easy to provide the right training at the right time to keep your operations ticking. Below, check out courses that EH&S professionals rely on to help satisfy hazardous materials, hazardous waste, and OSHA safety re-training mandates.
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Required OSHA Safety & Health Training (Lion.com/OSHA)
OSHA requires training for employees under many workplace health and safety Standards for general industry in 29 CFR Part 1910.
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Required Annually: OSHA HAZWOPER Training (Lion.com/HAZWOPER)
Many OSHA Standards require training and annual re-training for employees, including the HAZWOPER Standard in 29 CFR Part 1910.120 for hazmat emergency responders (e.g., hazmat technicians and others) and employees performing cleanup at sites contaminated with hazardous substances.
Required Annually: Hazardous Waste Management Training (Lion.com/RCRA)
US EPA requires annual training for hazardous waste personnel at large quantity generator facilities (40 CFR 262.17(a)(7)).
Required Every 2 Years: Hazmat Air Shipper Training (Lion.com/Hazmat)
To ship hazmat/dangerous goods by aircraft with most major carriers, shippers must comply with all requirements of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations or "DGR." The IATA DGR requires training every 24 months for employees who prepare, handle, or offer air shipments.
Required Every 3 Years: Hazmat Ground & Vessel Shipper Training (Lion.com/Hazmat)
The US Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) require training at least every three years for "hazmat employees," whose actions affect hazmat transportation safety (49 CFR 172.704). For vessel or ocean shippers, the IMDG Code regulations defer to US DOT's three-year re-training rule.
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The instructor was very knowledgeable and provided pertinent information above and beyond the questions that were asked.
Excellent course. Very interactive. Explanations are great whether you get the questions wrong or right.
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I have been to other training companies, but Lion’s material is much better and easier to understand.
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