Hazardous Materials HAZMAT Manuals
Environmental Education Associates Training Course Manuals
Environmental Education Associates is a proud leader in environmental health and safety training in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Here at EEA we offer accredited courses and training which fullfills federal, state and local requirements with the U.S. EPA, HUD, NYSDOL, OSHA, and NYC. In some cases, EEA has reciprocity agreements where accredited NYS training courses can be recognized in other states. We also provide the necessary refresher courses required to maintain your certification over time. Below are some of our course manuals in the fields of lead, asbestos, mold, and hazardous materials. When you register for and attend one of our courses, specific course manuals will become available to you in print form. The course manual is your guidebook and is rich with the history, facts and technical information needed to safely and responsibly work with these dangerous materials and substances. Feel free to view our manuals on our website. If you have taken a course with us before and would like to print any of the documents below, call 888-436-8338 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
US EPA/OSHA Accredited Hazardous Materials Training Course Manuals
We maintain the necessary credentials to present the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-hour and 30-hour Construction Safety courses, the OSHA 40 General Site Worker I (HazMat) and OSHA Haz-Mat Supervisor training. EEA also offers specialized, on-demand Safety Training in Hazard Communication, Permit Required Confined Space, Fall Protection and Fire Prevention.
Hazwoper Hazardous Waste Site 40-Hour Student Initial Course Manual Register
This course provides occupational health and safety training to technical/field personnel involved in site activities including; initial site characterization, field investigation, and remediation operations. The basic components of the program are designed to provide workers with training specific to the types of health and safety hazards present at typical renovation sites. Meets OSHA & EPA requirements. Those working in hazardous waste cleanups, including removal of PCBs, should attend. This five-day course satisfies the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120, Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response.