Environmental Education Associates’ training approach involves a blend of classroom lectures, PowerPoint and video presentations, equipment demonstrations and practical hands-on activities. Students are presented with life-like scenarios in which to apply skills learned during the course. These hands-on training and practice sessions are essential elements of any complete training program. The opportunity to use newly acquired skills in practical situations reinforces lecture and classroom lessons, and promotes a more thorough understanding of the subject matter.
In matters dealing with worker and public health and safety, the need to ensure in-depth understanding of the proper techniques is critical. It is for this purpose that our programs integrate hands-on sessions whenever possible, including realistic situations developed to challenge students’ thinking and analytical skills. It is the experience of the course instructors that such scenarios play an important role in how well students will retain and apply lessons learned.
Students are quizzed on a regular basis to assure their understanding of the material presented. At the conclusion of the course, students may be given a final exam or quiz, dependent upon the course.
A comprehensive, yet easy to read text is supplied to each course participant. The course texts have been specifically designed or selected by EEA to provide up-to-date guidance in the administration, management and field application of respiratory protection, medical monitoring and protective clothing programs, as well as detailed information on work area preparation, air monitoring requirements, asbestos project notifications, waste handling, OSHA compliance and other topics.
All asbestos textbooks are designed by Environmental Education Associates. Each initial course attendee is also provided a copy of NYS Industrial Code Rule 56, with additional regulations and references from the USEPA, OSHA and NIOSH.
Lead course textbooks are based on EPA and HUD curriculum, as applicable. Lead awareness and lead combination courses have been designed by EEA.
Mold assessment & remediation course curriculum have been selected by EEA and approved by NYS DOL.
Texts supplied to each 40-hour HAZWOPER course participant include the DOT Emergency Response Guide Book, a comprehensive 600+ page manual including extensive reference materials from the USEPA, OSHA and NIOSH and other sources as well as original material prepared by EEA. The manual is specifically designed to provide guidance in the administration and management of respiratory protection, medical monitoring and protective clothing programs, as well as detailed information on health and safety planning and enforcement, OSHA compliance and other pertinent topics.
EEA offers a variety of training schedules to meet the needs of our clientele. Courses can be held during weekdays, evenings, or on the weekends to meet the work schedules of your staff.